- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 2-4
- Bathrooms: 2-3
- Minimum stay: 2 nights
Occupying 10,500 acres of immaculate landscaped gardens, soothing parkland, ancient woodland, and award-winning farmland, Euston Estate comprises a rich tapestry of settings.
It’s no wonder that a wealth of eclectic events are held in these magnificent Suffolk grounds, or that the Estate is regularly publicised as a striking photography, film, and television venue.
The striking, ornate Temple is perfectly set within the scenic heart of the Estate… ideal for a luxurious and magical break away from it all.
Built in 1746, by the celebrated landscape architect and designer William Kent, the octagonal Temple was originally a banqueting house used by the 2nd Duke of Grafton. As such, the surrounding views are truly breath-taking; leading your gaze across lush parkland, the shimmering river Blackbourne, and Euston Hall itself.
Inside you’ll note plenty of stunning original features, all of which have been carefully preserved, alongside contemporary luxuries that set the scene for a relaxing and indulgent holiday.
Sleeping 4-8 guests, you’ll discover an elegant kingsize bedroom on the ground floor, complete with an original Kentian cabinet. There’s a historic brickwork dining space here, too, along with a traditional Aga, and a stylish modern kitchen.
Throw open the French doors and head out to the stunning garden, or take the spiral staircase up to the first floor, and savour those sweeping views from the domed, octagonal living space.Keep reading
At a glance
- A striking octagonal Temple folly, built in 1746 as a banqueting house for the 2nd Duke of Grafton, and secluded in the heart of the vast, scenic Euston Estate in Suffolk.
- Accommodation is spaced over two floors, both of which boast a blend of original and modern features.
- There is a kingsize bedroom and bathroom facilities on each floor, sleeping up to 4 guests.
- A further 4 guests can choose to stay in the Temple’s garden cabin, which features a double and a single bedroom, plus living and bathroom facilities.
- Guests may use the Duke’s tennis court on request, and there is a wealth of things to see and do in the surrounding area.
- The Estate is home to a 17th century hall and gardens, which feature tea rooms that are available on public open days only (please check the website for dates/times).
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
If you enjoy a bedroom-with-a-view, the second kingsize bedroom showcases the dramatic scenery to perfection, from huge windows that feature intricate original cornicing. From the moment you wake up, you’ll feel like a character from a lavish period drama!
Both floors feature wonderful freshen-up facilities; an inviting shower room on the ground, and a bathroom with a heavenly free-standing bath on the first.
Bringing additional guests? You’ll also have use of the Temple’s delightful garden cabin, which along with living and bathroom facilities, boasts a double and a single bedroom.
What to do once you’ve settled in? Take a stroll around the parkland and local footpaths, or enjoy a round of tennis on the Duke’s own court – available on request.
By prior arrangement with the church warden, you could also pay a visit to the Church of St. Genevieve; a beautifully-preserved 17th century church that forms part of the view from the Temple.
As you might expect, there is an incredible array of ways to spend your time in the surrounding area, which the Estate team is happy to advise on. However, you may find yourselves so captivated by the peaceful charms of your Temple, that you decide not to move as much as a muscle!
Things to note
Minimum stay 2 nights. Check in from 2pm, check out by 11am. Well-behaved dogs are welcome at the property if declared at time of booking (additional cleaning fee applies).
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