The Treasury is a cosy self contained cottage which makes the perfect retreat for two people. It has a comfortable sitting room with open fire, luxurious bedroom and a unique vaulted brick bathroom and a solid oak handmade kitchen which is well equipped and contains an AGA Rangemaster cooker. It has a large enclosed garden.
The Treasury was historically the building in which the money was kept and where Lord Walpole and his butler kept the accounts and cash. It was designed by Thomas Ripley and forms the south side of the entrance lodges and is also listed grade II*. On the ground floor, it has 4 rooms and large south facing private garden with views over the horse-pond.
It is furnished with the luxurious use of period furniture, Persian carpets, tapestries and contemporary and traditional paintings.
Accommodation for up to 2 guests. Prices from £376 for a three night stay.
LIVING: Open fire and comfortable seating and furnished in a country period style.
OUTSIDE: South-facing private lawned garden with outside table and chairs
BATHROOM: Vaulted exposed brick bathroom with cast iron bath, Hans Grohe rain-shower and twin Starke basins with Venini wall-lights.
BEDROOM: Double Vi-Spring mattress with Egyptian cotton sheets and goose-down duvets and pillows.
KITCHEN AND EATING: Solid hand made oak kitchen with Rangemaster cooker, Miele dishwasher, refrigerator, Table for two. This room has double aspect views over the garden and horse-pond.