Enter a magical wonderland of light, lighting and modern beauty in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The Curved House is a glass-walled palace inviting the outside in to a world of oak, limestone and ever-changing neon. There are spaces to be social, to chill and to be entertained in a shimmering spectacle of sparkle, glitz and glamour.
Get 24 of your nearest and dearest together and celebrate great occasions in style. Catch a movie in the media cinema, share cocktails, soak in the hot tub, play ping-pong on the patio or pool in the games room. There’s an XBox Fanatic for competitive X-Men and even a passenger lift for the disabled.
Pad barefoot across heated floors, sleep the sleep of the just in spacious en-suite bedrooms wrapped in fine linens and luxurious fabrics. Luxuriate in the master Romanesque bathroom with bath that beckons the views. The Curved House is a rural retreat by day and a little bit of Hollywood by night.
At The Curved House, the lights don’t end on the far side of the glass walls. A rural retreat by day whose silence is shattered only by the call of the curlew, The Curved House’s outdoor spaces light up at night in a spectacular neon display that delivers a little bit of glitz, a little bit of glamour and a whole lot of Hollywood.
For drinks and dining without the dazzle, take to the patio during the day. Set the steaks to sizzle and uncork something crisp and cold in the clear Lincolnshire air, where the skylarks swoop and the greenery stretches all the way to the horizon.
For a sense of real wonder, hit the hot tub, gaze at the sparkling stars and toast the high life. For kids, there’s grass aplenty for racing, running and mini-rioting.
Inside The Curved House, all is bright, light and funky. You can thank Kelly Hoppen for that. Together with Italian leather, abstract artwork, bright colour accents and funky lighting, The Curved House’s oak and limestone interiors come clad in contemporary cedar. The natural curve tracks the arc of the sun, so you feel toasty even in winter.
Spaces here are futuristic and unique, with radial and curved walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound limestone terrace, gullwing zinc roofs and LED spot lighting. See it to full effect when relaxing en masse in the large sitting room or make merry in the 26-foot atrium party area with high table and funky bar stools.
Magic up some movie time in the in-house cinema with full Sky HD package and professional sound system. Grab some games-room action on the American pool table; get excited about the Xbox with Pro racing steering wheel and pedals. Not wow enough? Try the recording studio used by Paul Weller and the Arctic Monkeys.
The Curved House is an eco house, a creature of many moods, expressed through ever-changing lighting. But healthy-house living systems, smart home technology and biomass underfloor heating put you in control. There’s even a passenger lift, to make The Curved House as inclusive as it’s incredible.
Cooking is NEFFortless in the gleaming new, neon-lit, open-plan kitchen and dining room. It comes with space for 24 and the chance to wander over to the balcony between courses to be wowed by the Wolds through the floor-to-ceiling glazing.
Dishwashers? We’ve got three. Plus a tumble dryer, two American fridge/freezers, one larder fridge, microwave, wine cooler, Kenwood mixer and two double NEFF ovens. There’s an induction five-plate hob, one ceramic four-plate hob, one filtered water sink and all the ovenware you’ll ever need. It’s practically perfect.
But if you tire of rustling up roasts and conjuring up casseroles, why not call up our chef for a special celebration or fully catered holiday? Surrounded by glowing neon, eclectic touches and bright colour accents, it’ll be an occasion you won’t forget fast. We’ll even wade into the washing-up.
For contemporary cuisine, plus the chance to catch the match on the big screen, The Greyhound pub in Louth comes recommended for fresh fish and exotic meats.
The Curved House is a party palace for 24, with eleven en-suite bedrooms. Most come with superking or king-size beds and all are dressed to kill in fine linens and luxurious fabrics and cushions. There’ll be a race for the Romanesque bathroom with bathtime views over the sweep of the Wolds, or the refreshing gush of a Matki shower.
Fold back the doors to your private terrace or balcony and soak up the rolling views of the Lincolnshire Wolds. In the morning, your croissants and coffee will taste all the better in the rural air; in the evening, you’ll sip a sundowner with a smile.
Sleep with your balcony doors or window cracked open to the crisp rural air and the hoot of the owl in the copse. If more is merrier, you can extend the party with additional single beds in two of the bedrooms.