Male Servants Toilet

Designed by William Burgess and built for Lord Carrington located in the North West corner of the main house. Pevsner compared this circular building with the Abbots Kitchen at Glastonbury. The structure displays the heavy Arts & Crafts style which is a feature of much of Burgess' work

Circular stone perimeter wall with leaded light windows. Conical, plain tiled roof with four dormer windows having steeply pitched roofs.

The apex of the roof is crowned by a stone figure of Cerebus (The three-headed Griffin dog of the underworld, at the gates of Hades). Originally this creature had red glass eyes