Stay in the Triumphal Arch
Book a stay in the formal archway entrance to Berrington Hall, designed by the famous architect Henry Holland which was formally the coachman's home.
This unusual cottage still forms the entrance to the estate and has views across the 'Capability' Brown parkland and its own private garden. As guests you also have access to the formal gardens and parkland after hours. The cottage sleeps 5 and has a large sitting room with an open-plan kitchen/dining area and a wood-burning stove. There is one single and two double bedrooms, plus a bathroom with separate shower and a roll top bath.