Mid 19th century. Single storey, 3-bay, rectangular lodge with rear and later lean-to additions. Coursed ashlar to front, random rubble to sides and rear. Pink sandstone ashlar rybats and projecting (painted) sills
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: to central bay, (painted) stone base supporting open timber piended porch: open gable end with plain barge boards, crossed joists above arched top entrance; diamond-pattern trellising to each return flanking panelled timber entrance door, window flanking.
E ELEVATION: later wallhead stack to centre of lodge matching stack on rear piend, rest of elevation hidden by vegetation.
W ELEVATION: supporting lower wallhead stack, rest not seen, 2001.
N (REAR) ELEVATION: later lean-to extension hiding original elevation.
12-pane timber sash and case windows to front. Paired piended grey slate roofs with zinc ridging. Wallhead stacks with rectangular bases leading to square or octagonal stacks, projecting architraved neck copes, single can with roll moulded neck detail, rest later plain cans.
INTERIOR: not seen, 2000
BOUNDARY WALLS, GATEPIERS AND GATES: rubble walls with shaped coping heading S, adjoining heavy square ashlar gatepiers. Pair of gates to vehicular access, single gate to left for pedestrians: painted, wrought-iron with speared tops to lower gate bars. Large pal stone to left of vehicular gate.