By Thomas Ramsden
Stamford Living Spot
Pick up a copy of this months Stamford Living to see a double page spread on a project of ours that you may or may not have heard of, but the grounds upon which it is set however are known far and wide .
The Grade II Listed Dairy Farm is located within the grounds of Burghley House, one of the greatest Elizabethan country houses in England. Set in the Capability Brown parklands, The Dairy Farm is widely recognised as part of the cross country course for the internationally acclaimed Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
The Dairy had lain derelict for some 30 years with a string of undeveloped schemes waiting to bring the building back into use when Harris McCormack Architects was commissioned to work on the building.
Our Brief was; ‘Create a multi-functional space that can accommodate private fine dining for patrons or corporate events such as seminars or meetings.’ The building also had to offer flexible, multi / sole occupancy accommodation that could be rented out to the public for short or extended breaks. Read on:
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