The bothy was used, as the name suggests, as a workshop for the team of gardener’s who worked in the glass houses providing pot plants and cut flowers for the House. Benches would have been full of clay pots on work benches, bamboo canes and equipment that the team would need from soil sifters and planting out trays – all of which are referenced in the interior design.

Taking inspiration from its former use the design scheme weaves in gentle nods to its heritage with white washed walls and quirky features but with all the home comforts that you would expect.

 

Potting Shed Kitchen

Entering the property through large glazed doors the open plan living space features a hi-spec kitchen, wood burning stove, sheep skin rugs and a comfy sofa.  

 

Potting Shed Lounge

Comfy lounge with wood burning stove 

 

Potting Shed Bedroom

King size bedroom 

 

Potting Shed Bathroom

Luxurious en-suite bathroom with a bath made for two, heated floors, twin sinks and soft lighting. 

A secret door leads into the historic walled garden for you to explore and enjoy at your leisure.

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.