shooting lodge

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a small country house used by hunters during the shooting season


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A TRIUMPHAL ARCH IN HEREFORDSHIRE This unusual cottage at Berrington Hall in Leominster, Herefordshire, used to be the coachman's home and was, more recently, used as a shooting lodge.
"Rowan Atkinson was up staying at a shooting lodge. He came off the hill and sat drying his boots in the kitchen, having a cup of tea and a chat.
Occupying an impressive Victorian building which was once, perhaps unsurprisingly, a shooting lodge, this refurbished four-star luxury hotel proved to be the perfect base to explore everything this picturesque part of the world has to offer.
A shooting lodge on the farmland was turned into a pub with sinister name, The Severed Arms.
Woolsington Hall is thought to date from the late 17th century, originally built as a shooting lodge with wings added in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Website: Tyddyn Llan, Corwen: Attractive former shooting lodge in a pleasant valley location, surrounded by lovely gardens and run by a husband and wife team. 9 VICTORIAN FARM, SHROPSHIRE Three nights from [euro]113pp The Shooting Lodge is on the Acton Scott estate, used to film the BBC history series.
It stood for many years at the junction of Merton Road and Hawthorne Road, near Lord Derby's former shooting lodge, before being moved to its current location in 1989.
This one-time shooting lodge was jazzed up to the tune of PS647,000 last year and now has five glorious 'glamping' pods (sleeping up to four) in its grounds for those who want a night under the stars, plus en suite bedrooms and even a honeymoon suite complete with roll-top bath.
Retail floor space is being provided in the school's existing shooting lodge, and a website will soon go live (
The grand turreted former shooting lodge set in 58 acres of parkland on the shores of a stunning sea loch has 19 individually designed bedrooms with views of the ever-changing Highland scenery.
Huw's grandfather Sir David Evans-Bevan originally bought Felin Newydd as a shooting lodge and it was completely redecorated during the '50s under the watchful eye of Lady Eira and with the help of the well-known interior designer at that time, Mrs Monro of 11 Montpelier Street, London.
Set in 17 acres of its own grounds and woodland, the former shooting lodge, which also specialises in luxury spa breaks, sits in the middle of a network of busy roads and motorways including the A45, the M6, and the M45.
In April, Orvis, the outdoor equipment and clothing outfitter, named Highland Hills its wing shooting Lodge of the Year for the 2003-2004 hunting season.