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 and a BBQ.
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.