What’s not to love about a glass house. The floor to ceiling sunlight; the feel of bringing the outside in. And, of course, glass houses make for beautiful dining venues.
In Scotland, Glenapp Castle’s Victorian glass house is popular for weddings, cocktails and private dining. Set in the heart of the castle’s walled gardens, it is also home to grape vines, fig and peach trees.
While in Ireland, Ballyfin’s painstakingly restored, all-glass conservatory overlooking the gardens, offers the perfect lunch spot. And can be reached through a secret door (hidden in the library).