Architectural Tour of the UK: The Orangery at Frampton Court
I saw this image on Pinterest and have been dreaming about it ever since. I am such a sucker for a good folly, country house and anything with gothic architecture. This orangery is just perfection.
‘the prettiest garden building in England’ Countrylife Magazine
The exquisite 18th century Orangery sits in the grounds of Frampton Court and is the perfect place for discerning holiday-makers seeking elegance and an idyllic setting.
Guests range from family parties requiring space to sleep up to 8 people and lots of room to entertain, to romantic couples desiring a secluded hide-away.
The Orangery has been converted into a charming holiday retreat from its original use as a garden house. It is set at the end of the striking ornamental Dutch canal at . The stunning setting provides fine views over the ornamental canal, the romantic woodland walk and stunning surrounding parkland. Click here for the history of Frampton Court.
The Orangery has recently featured on the cover of Country Life magazine as ‘the prettiest garden building in England’, and is described in Pevsner’s Buildings of England as one of the most unusual examples of ‘Strawberry Hill’ gothic architecture in the country.