Wallingwells Lodge

The last time I saw this cottage at Wallingwells two years ago it was in a bad state of repair.  It’s now looking much better.  I nearly bought a house near here two years ago, the reason for knowing about it.  Park at the end of Long-lane Carlton in Lindrick if you want to find this cottage and Wallingwells.

Wallingwells cottage
Wallingwells cottage

All the best

Tim

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4 thoughts on “Wallingwells Lodge

  1. Its the old Gatehouse Lodge to Wallingwellls Hall, both of which were built using reclaimed stone and materials from the Wallingwells Benedictine Priory which was on the Hall site before the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1539. The stone is Kiveton Limestone and the roof Wesmorland green slate. The Lodge was virtually derelict 4 years ago although was still lived in. It is now looking a lot healthier and well on the way to being restored, the beautiful chimneys are once again working chimneys. The Lodge is an non-designated Heritage asset.

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