The Reception is housed in the Old Lodges. Historically this was the gatehouse entrance to Burton Constable. In the old days you would have driven your carriage through the gatehouse, up to the lake and over the bridge, then through the park to Burton Constable. Now that the entrance to the hall is from the east, the Park is very fortunate to have this eighteenth-century building to welcome guests. 

The twin neoclassical pedimented buildings mentioned earlier are two cottages that look out onto the Walled Garden. Historically named Garden Cottage and The Bothy, they are a pair of Thomas Lightoler-designed houses built around 1775 which illustrate William Constable’s eye for design. 

The Bothy has now been refurbished into our very first holiday cottage, available to book for an atmospheric getaway.