The Gloucester Lodge is situated at the Lullington entrance to the Estate. This impressive pre 19th Century castellated lodge is a Grade II* listed and of particular special national importance being one of only 4% of buildings in this category.
A picturesque gothic-style building with 3-storey towers to each side of the portcullis latticework wooden gates. There is a landing area with ladders to the tower in the Lodge. The forecourt is surrounded by a semi-circular castellated curtain wall, flanked by machicolated towers forming giant gate piers that envelope the landscaped gardens.
The impressive and opposing Square Tower that pinnacle the Gloucester Lodge provides a breathtaking roof terrace, perfect for entertaining. The tower gives a glorious view of the surrounding landscape.
On the ground floor the Lodge has a magnificent Oak paneled living room with gigantic inglenook fireplace, beautifully appointed kitchen, dining room, utility room and a Victorian-style bathroom.
Double doors open onto beautifully landscaped gardens with furniture.
Sleeping up to ten guests, there are two double bedrooms on the ground floor and one twin and one double bedroom on the first floor, along with a luxuriously decorated Victorian-style bathroom. A further two guests can sleep on the sofa bed located in the lounge.