Take a look inside the historic house turned luxury holiday let on the Harewood estate

Turning Oak House into a holiday let on the Harewood estate uncovered hidden works of art.

Saturday, 3rd August 2019, 6:00 pm
Oak House on the Harewood estate is a holiday let designed by Ben Lascelles and Mark Hinchliffe

Ben and Eddy Lascelles are building on efforts by their father, David Lascelles, the Earl of Harewood, to give the family’s 4,000-acre estate a sustainable future. Turning estate homes into holiday lets is the latest venture. Oak House is the latest and best.

The sitting room is full of original Georgian features, along with vintage and antique finds
The new kitchen is big enough for a professional chef to cook a meal for guests

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The dining area in the kitchen with table that can seat 10 people
This vintage drinks trolley adds an elegant touch to the sitting room
This chandelier is made from antlers shed by the red deep on the Harewood estate
A Georgian mural found behind boarding in the alcoves either side of the fireplace. The artist stayed at Oak House while working at Harewood House
The main bedroom has glorious views over the estate
Ben Lascelles specified a standalone copper bath to add wow factor to the bathroom
The second bedroom with wallpaper designed by Mark Hinchliffe who owns The Chapel, Harrogate, which starred on C4's "Restoration Man".
Lamps with a coffee pot base are a quirky feature in the second bedroom
The front garden with views over the Harewood estate.