THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED The Temple of Diana at Weston Park, noted as one of the most important garden buildings in Britain, was built in the 1770s as a place for Sir Henry and Lady Bridgeman to entertain guests. Set over three floors reached by two stone spiral staircases, the Temple features a vast glazed orangery to the front and with stunning views across the Shropshire parkland is a beautiful spot to relax.
The Grade I listed 18th century building sleeps six guests across three double bedrooms, each one individually designed to maximise the original architectural vision. Guests can enjoy walks around the Pleasure Grounds, call into the estate’s Art Gallery and visit the Granary Deli and Grill. The Temple kitchen itself has a wonderful aesthetic, with its bespoke contemporary design set against a gorgeous stone vaulted ceiling.
This month Period Ideas has teamed up with Weston Park to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a two night stay in the Temple of Diana for up to six people. The prize includes a hamper of locally sourced produce, a bottle of Prosecco on arrival, and a bespoke guided tour of Weston Park House by the estate Curator Gareth Williams. Booking is subject to availability and must be taken between May and November 2018, excluding weekends. Find out more at weston-park.com or call 01952 852 100.