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The Temple of Diana

The Property

The 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.

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

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

The Estate

A stay on the estate gives guests the chance to truly enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the country life, with 1,000 acres yours to explore throughout your visit.

Stroll around the formal gardens, take a ramble into the parkland, say hello to our resident herd of deer and wander round the woodland, spotting wildlife as you go.

The Granary Brasserie is in walking distance of all of our holiday properties, so you can treat yourself to a delicious meal out without even leaving the estate.

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During your Stay 

Welcome 

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

Prepared by Weston

Don’t fancy cooking on your first night away? Our Head Chef can prepare you a warming meal ready to eat when you arrive – all you need to do is pop it in the oven!

Take a look at the menu here: Prepared by Weston

The Granary Brasserie

The Granary Brasserie is our on site restaurant, within walking distance of all our holiday cottages.

1,000 acres to explore

During your time with us, the estate is yours to enjoy and explore. Take long walks from dawn until dusk, spot nature and relax into your surroundings.

Booking your Stay 

To book your stay visit Rural Retreats

The Temple of Diana

Take a sneak peek inside the stunning Temple of Diana.

Stunning views, 5-star luxury, mod cons, picture perfect places to relax and unwind – all the ingredients for a holiday you will never forget.