Temple of Diana

The Temple of Diana, built in the 1760’s for Sir Henry Bridgeman, is located within 1,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland on the Weston Park estate and has been refurbished to the highest of standards by an internationally renowned interior designer.

orangery

The Orangery lets the outdoors in, with breathtaking views over the Capability Brown Parkland, yet still with a cosy and homely feel.  

 

tea room

The circular ‘Tea Room’ with ornately painted ceilings is a wonderful space to relax and unwind. 

 

kitchen

Downstairs in the former dairies there is a high specification bespoke handmade kitchen, luxurious bathroom and comfy snug to relax in. 

 

bedroom

The Temple will sleep 6 in three double bedrooms, set over three floors with two being en-suite. 

On arrival your welcome hamper from the estate’s Granary Deli  awaits including fresh bread, butter, eggs, milk and a bottle of wine.

If you don’t feel like cooking why not take a wander to the Granary Grill on the estate which serves up lunch daily and dinner from Wednesday through to Saturday.

To book your stay at the Temple Diana please visit Rural Retreats