The Pavilion is the creation of Nick Groves-Raines and Kristin Hannesdottir. Having restored the early 17th Century Lamb’s House and built the new office extension in the style of the late 17th Century, the Pavilion is the last building on the site to be completed. The Renaissance garden was completed in 2016 and is open to all guests of the pavilion. Nick, an award winning conservation architect and Kristin, an architect and painter, decided to create a dream house, based on early an 18th Century garden pavilion design. This little building has taken three years to complete and every detail has been meticulously designed and executed. The furniture, mainly antique, is elegant and perfectly in keeping with the house.
Kristin was brought up in Iceland, where standards of comfort are paramount, and Nick in Ireland, amongst fine classical buildings. Having travelled extensively staying in accommodation of every type, they have drawn upon their experience to create the perfect place to stay, well equipped to meet the modern traveller’s needs. Living on the site they can welcome their guests providing practical support and advice.