This eye-catching thatched round structure forms exciting auxiliary accommodation to a Grade II listed building.
It has an oak frame, exposed internally. The main relaxing area is open to the roof with exposed oak rafters, and a circular central balcony below a hidden central rooflight, which sends a shaft of light down the curving staircase.
The round floor is surprisingly roomy, with a kitchen type area opening off the main space, and a separate study and shower room. Upstairs there is a luxurious bathroom tucked under the curving peep-dormer.
Externally, the vertical oak boarding blends the whole into its setting between six oak trees fringing a stream.
With all the double doors open in the summer, it brings the interior space out into the landscape.
The space is an extremely versatile pool-room or gazebo, entertaining area, work-from-home space or even as the surprise venue for a wedding night.