WOLTERTON PARK
 

The Garden house


 

A fine independent house designed by Thomas Ripley, listed grade II*, the Garden House is thought to have been the Head Gardener’s or Steward’s house.  It has its own walled garden with views over the main walled garden from its huge south facing windows. 

 

The Garden HOUSE

A fine independent house designed by Thomas Ripley, listed grade II*, the Garden House is thought to have been the Head Gardener’s or Steward’s house.  It has its own walled garden with views over the main walled garden from its huge south facing windows.

It has high corniced ceilings and is furnished with the luxurious use of period furniture, Persian carpets, tapestries and contemporary and old traditional paintings.

Accommodation for up to six guests 

BEDROOMS:  3 double bedrooms with Vi-Spring pocked sprung beds, Egyptian cotton sheets and goose-down filled pillows and duvets.

BATHROOMS:  3 en-suites including the luxurious marble master bathroom and two Hans-Grohe rain-shower rooms.

KITCHEN AND EATING:  fully equipped, hand made and hand-painted kitchen with Rangemaster cooker and kitchen table for 6 people.

LIVING:  Sitting room with discreet TV. Sir John Soane marble fireplace and pineapple cast iron register grate for open fires, 

OUTSIDE:  Large walled garden with dining area, barbecue leading into the main walled gardens.

 
It was such a lovely place to stay this could be a quote from a person that stayed in the East wing
— Mrs Smith