16th Century Stone & Masonry Inspired Orangery in Jersey
Case Study Details
This charming orangery was designed for one of the island’s most important buildings, with sections dating back to the 16th century. It was imperative that the orangery would respect and complement its architecture. This was achieved by constructing solid walls using local stone which matched the main building, and topped with the same coping stone. These stones concealed the glazed roof of the lantern, which was dressed with powdered coated aluminium. The walls were then inset with bespoke Hampton windows, manufactured to seamlessly replicate the originals throughout the building.
The interior of the orangery entails a feature wall showcasing the original stone, along with a Wiltshire white finish to give the room a grandeur, yet warm feel. The perfect area for the owners to relax and take in the beautiful landscape surrounding the property.
This award-winning pool enclosure was designed and manufactured by Hamptons, with curved glass to replicate the detail of two mid-19th century glasshouses on the property.
Tucked away near the beautiful Connemara town of Letterfrack, just fifteen kilometres from the buzzing town of Clifden, the Manor has been discreetly converted into a first-class hotel with the help of a Victorian style Hampton conservatory.