Perched on the edge of the famous Lake Windermere, this Grade-II-listed Georgian mansion is surrounded by 17 acres of neatly trimmed grounds – plus the obligatory folly (in this case a temple).
Inside things get even more luxurious, with sweeping views of the famous lake through the floor-to-ceiling windows and cleverly-placed mirrors. And at the award-winning Terrace restaurant, you can dine on grilled langoustines and wild rabbit ballotine (that’s meat which has been boned, stuffed and rolled).
Meanwhile, if money is no object, why not ask Head Chef, Will Jones, to knock you up the ultimate picnic hamper – with delicacies like beluga caviar, Scottish lobster and Louis Roederer Champagne – a mere snip at £1,566 (gulp). Mind you, it wouldn’t be luxury without a hefty price tag, eh?
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