Shrubland Hall is an historic country house near Needham Market, Suffolk. The house was designed by James Paine and built in the 1770′ for the Bacon family. With Italian style gardens by Sir Charles Barry and parkland designed by Sir Humphrey Repton. The large opulent Georgian mansion with Regency additions, is now used as a luxury boutique hotel and health clinic.
Pair of gate lodges at west entrance to Shrubland Park, built circa 1870. Central carriage gateway surmounted by Italianate tower and flanked by a pair of single storey lodges. Each lodge is constructed of brick with rusticated quoins and a single sash window. Large oversailing Roman pantile roof with widely spaced modillions. Central archway with giant voussoirs and carved keystone. Square tower with twin recessed open arches.