A masterpiece of the 18th century architect, James Paine, The Temple of Diana dates from the late 18th century and is set within 1000 acres of Capability Brown parkland on the Weston Park estate. Several of the rooms are circular in shape and other key features include an orangery, fully fitted kitchen, Freeview TV and two bath/ shower rooms.
The accommodation set over three floors will comprise of:
Spiral staircase to: Lower ground floor: Kitchen, utility room, bathroom with walk in shower. Games room.
Spiral staircase to: Ground floor: Dining room, circular lounge, orangery. Double bedroom with 6' bed.
Spiral staircase to: First floor: Circular bedroom with 6' bed and en suite shower room. Double bedroom with 6' zip and link can convert to 3' singles upon request. En suite shower room.
Self catering facilities in the kitchen include a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/ freezer, electric hob, oven and microwave.
iPod docking stations can be found in various locations.
There are lovely lawn gardens and parking.
Wi-Fi service. Oil fired central heating.
Short breaks of two nights or more may be available. No pets.