Gatekeeper Lodge benefits from a multitude of exclusive features including underfloor heating on the ground floor, piped music throughout ground and first floor, handmade bespoke oak kitchen and a utility room based on arts and crafts most famous new York furniture maker.
In the kitchen there is a large AGA fridge and freezer, seperate double drawer, AGA fridge, LPG AGA four door range cooker, seperate AGA on demand and an LPG cooker with gas hobs, ideal for use in the summer when range AGA can be switched off. Water filtration at the two kitchen sinks.
The utitlity room offers: Bosch washing machine, Bosch Dryer, Leiberr dual zone wine cooler and seperate beverage fridge.
In addition there is a central broadband server with wall points in all bedrooms, a handmade oak fireplace with log burner in the main living room. There are solid oak floors throughout the main house and stone floors in kitchen and utility room.
There are three en-suite double rooms on the first floor, two King size and one double. There is also another 'Double en-suite room' on the first floor with a King size bed. The top floor has two bedrooms, one with a King size Bed and the other is a flexible room which can be set up as two singles or as a Super King double. These two rooms have a shared family bathroom.
Furniture includes: handmade copper lamps from Bishops Castle Galleries, handmade massai figures from Africa, a collection of handmade glass chickens from China, lighting from Portugal, flowers from Ruckley and oak furniture from Canada.
The Estate provides a wonderful playground for nature lovers, with some amazing wildlife and plant life. There are some extremely exciting features within the Estate. There is a beautiful ravine which, through the wetter winter months, turns into a glorious waterfall.
There are also the Tinkerborough Caves, that used to be part of the Tinkerborough Cottages. Located by David's Rock these caves have panoramic views and look back towards the Idyllic village of Salt. There is also a great cave to explore around the corner from the Tinkerborough site. The grotto like cave provides a lovely place to sit and have a drink, enjoying the peace and quiet and beautiful surrounding countryside.
The Lodge is surrounded by some fabulous walks. There are a plethora of footpaths available and a huge stretch of bridleway available for horse lovers. The river and Canal are both extremely close for great walks. The Estate enjoys the sporting and fishing rights along a huge stretch of the river.