MORE details about plans for the mansion overlooking Huddersfield's first natural burial ground have emerged.
Owners Michael and Susan Brook have submitted new plans for grade two listed Rose Hill in Birkby.
Mrs Brook said the plans aimed to enhanced the facilities already offered at Rose Hill Natural Burial Ground.
She said dining rooms in the Victorian house could provide funeral teas for wakes following burial in the grounds.
She said parties of between 60 and 100 people could be catered for in the £1m-plus building.
The new plans for functions rooms will be discussed by Kirklees planners later this month.
The burial ground, set in six acres of parkland off Birkby Hall Road, opened in April this year.
Mrs Brook said there had already been four burials in the grounds and people were pre-booking plots every week.
"We have been amazed at the number of people who are pre-booking plots. It's such a wonderful setting and such a contrast with ordinary burial grounds," she said.
Around 8,000 plots could be marked at Rose Hill.
Plans are also underway to create an area where cremated remains can be buried.
The natural burial ground has bodies interred in traditional wooden coffins and plots are marked with horizontal green slate plaques.
These include a name and dates. One or two bodies can be interred in one grave.