Waltham House was built in 1929 by Toby Greenall, 2nd Baron Daresbury as a hunting lodge, it being situated in the famous Belvoir country. The house was built in the 'Arts and Crafts' style that was popularised by Edwin Lutyens and was very much in vogue at the time. The house and gardens are a classic example of the late period of the style and the house is adorned in oak paneling and wood carvings. The house is now the home of Lord Daresbury's great-grandson who has refreshed both the house and gardens which had been largely untouched since the 1930's until recent years, while still staying true to the original style and character of the historic house. This stunning venue combines the modernised communal area's of the kitchen and lounge/snug, with traditional dining room and long room, providing the perfect mix of modern comfort with traditional period style.
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