Caroline Burnaby-Atkins has lived at Manton Lodge Farm since the mid-seventies, raised her family there, and is now a doting grandmother to Eddie, Gabriella, Rollo and Sophia, all of whom enjoy visiting from their homes in London from time-to-time. Caroline is devoted to the maintenance and improvement of the large and beautiful garden at Manton Lodge Farm and welcomes guests to share the tranquillity and beauty of the rural location and its surroundings with her.
Caroline Burnaby-Atkins purchased this apartment in 1976
Manton Lodge Farm offers comfortable and well-appointed accommodation providing tranquility and peace within a most beautiful location, being set in the middle of more than 100-acres of rolling grassland in lovely rural Rutland. It is midway between the charming market towns of Uppingham and Oakham and just a few miles from glorious Georgian Stamford.
It is a short distance from the many leisure activities of Rutland Water.
A wonderful feature is the house's acclaimed garden. Created by the current owner, who has been at the property for 35 years, and with an evolving design it boasts a wide variety of plant species and is regularly open to the public. Both apartments overlook the garden and guests are invited to explore its intimate surroundings, or simply sit and look out from the terrace and enjoy the stunning views beyond it of sheep and horses grazing calmly on the landscape.