Lily Hill Lodge
Lily Hill Lodge is a charming 19th century period building based in the beautiful grounds of Lily Hill Park in Bracknell. The former residential property is available to hire as a training facility, unit base or film location. The lodge is accessed off London Road (A329M) and has easy access to Ascot, Bracknell, London and several major film studios.
Lily Hill Lodge has the following facilities:
- kitchen/utility room with white goods (electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine)
- 3 moderate sized rooms
- bathroom with shower, sink and toilet
- electricity points throughout
- modern central heating
- large garden at the rear, with front and rear access
- parking for up to 5 vehicles, with more available upon request
Lily Hill Park (including the house and park lodge), were originally formed as a 19th century 'gentleman's residence'. William Vincent built Lily Hill House between 1849 and the early 1850s with the park developed in phases over the next 30 years.
Lily Hill Lodge is one of the major elements of the park that still survive from the late 19th century, along with the areas of woodland, the carriage drive and woodland paths.
Location and how to get there
Lily Hill Lodge
Vehicular access is via a white (unlocked) gated entrance off London Road (A329), which is also used by park staff to access the site.
Nearby bus stop along London Road (A329). Go to the Traveline website for timetable information.
Accessible via the cycleway that runs along London Road (A329).
Accessible via a public footpath that starts at the pedestrian gateway to Lily Hill Park, 5 metres west of the lodge.
The nearest train station is Martin’s Heron (postcode RG12 9YY) which is a 10 minute walk away. This is the main line between Reading and London Waterloo.