Blencowe Hall with accommodation for 24 Guests
Ground floor: Breakfasting kitchen which leads to utility rooms
Ground floor: Breakfasting kitchen which leads to utility rooms
Ground floor: Formal dining room
Second floor: South Tower Master Bedroom is accessed via a private stairwell and has a dressing room and a bathroom with walk in shower
First floor: Cromwell's Folly occupies the first floor of the South Tower and has its own bathroom with a cast iron roll top bath and separate shower. It also benefits from a private juliette balcony overlooking the fells
Second floor: Accessed by a spiral staircase leading to the North Tower: The North Tower Master Bedroom (5' four poster bed) with en suite bathroom with a separate shower and a vanity unit
First floor: The Greystoke Room: Twin bedroom with 3' single beds with private en suite includes a shower bath room
Ground floor: The Garden Bedroom (5' double bed) has a private en suite with a wet room
First floor: The Petteril Room (6' double bed).
The Lady Jane Grey Bedroom (two 3' zip and link beds which can convert to 6' double) with en suite bathroom with separate shower
Ground floor: The Adam de Blencowe Bedroom (6' double which can also be configured as 2 x 3' single beds) with a private en suite with a bath and separate shower
First floor: The West Range Master Bedroom (double 6' bed) with en suite walk through shower, freestanding roll top bath, separate cloakroom and double vanity unit
Blencowe Hall won an English Heritage Construction Conservation award
The two embattled Peele towers have been brought back into use for the first time in more than 300 years
Blencowe Hall sits on a bluff above the small river Petteril and is encompassed by its own gardens
Blencowe Hall sits on a bluff above the small river Petteril and is encompassed by its own gardens
Blencowe Hall sits on a bluff above the small river Petteril and is encompassed by its own gardens
The stunning Blencowe Hall by night
Views to the nearby Lakeland fells and across the rolling Eden Valley fields
A perfect winter scene
The Boot and Shoe, a 6th century coaching inn serving meals
Blencowe Hall with accommodation for 24 Guests
First floor: Spacious sitting room
Ground floor: Oak beamed billiards room
Ground floor: Breakfasting kitchen which leads to utility rooms

Blencowe Hall

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from £3021

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At a glance

Sleeps 24
Property type Villa
Changeover day Flexible
Bedrooms 12
Bathrooms 11
Min # of nights 2
Pet friendly
Arrival time 16:00
Departure time 10:00

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This multi award-winning exceptional Grade I listed fortified manor dating back to the 1400s has undergone extensive renovation. It has views to the nearby Lakeland fells and is just four miles from the Lake District National Park.

A multi award-winning exceptional Grade I listed, fortified manor dating back to the 1400s that has undergone extensive renovation, bringing the two embattled Peele towers back into use for the first time in more than 300 years. Blencowe Hall sits on a bluff above the small river Petteril and is encompassed by its own gardens, grounds and fields incorporating access to the river. It has views to the nearby Lakeland fells and across the rolling Eden Valley fields.

Blencowe Hall won an English Heritage Construction Conservation Award which was accorded to the 20 most outstanding projects undertaken with their supervision in 2008, an Eden District Design Award, the NWDA Conservation Award and the RICS National Conservation Award. It is 5 Star Gold Award rated by Visit England.
This holiday at a glance

Sleeps 24 guests.
12 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and one wet room.
Two open fires.
Lawned gardens with patio.
Onsite parking.
Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog).
WiFi.
Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

Oak panelling and beams.
Ancient masonry walls and doorways.
Spiral stone staircases.
Ancient garde robes.
Juliette balconies.
Four poster beds.
Sustainable wood chip central heating, the Billiards Room has a gas fired open fronted cast stove.
Four door oven gas Aga, a separate Bosch hob, Bosch electric oven. Two American style side by side refrigerators, microwave, two Bosch dishwashers.
Bosch washing machine and tumble dryer.
The utility area has a second sink, extensive storage and another ground floor cloakroom.
LCD TV, DVD player, iPod docking system.
Telephone.
Catering service available, please contact Lynn Hilditch 07775 733608.
Large Weber barbecue with locally sourced charcoal provided for guests use and sustainable plantation outdoor furniture.
Bicycles may be rented for use during guest visits.
Hot tub available to hire on request. (please see notes)
PLEASE NOTE: Any wedding enquiries must be directed through the office.

Attractions and nearby amenities

You can enjoy brown trout fishing along the river, arrange for clay pigeon shooting within the grounds or take a cycle out for the day along the C2C which runs through Blencowe village.
There are some great walks and runs in the local area.
Located on the edge of the Lake District, about four miles from the Lake District National Park and seven miles from Ullswater.
Just over a mile walk from the village of Greystoke which is dominated by Greystoke Castle and its 3,000 acre estate, accessible for public walks. Greystoke has a heated village swimming pool, a local post office/shop, a cycle cafe and a 6th century coaching inn serving meals (The Boot and Shoe).
Close at hand is the Aira Force National Trust waterfall offering a scenic walk up to the peak of Gowbarrow Fell.
As a Rowley Estates guest you can enjoy a free swimming session at nearby Greystoke village Pool, a great heated outdoor community facility.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.


Facilities/Accommodation

Changeover day notes

Location information

Amenities

  • Pet friendly
  • Child friendly
  • Heating
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Open fire
  • Pub close by
  • TV

Activities & Attractions

  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Games room
  • Golf
  • Walking

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Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
2 nights 04 Nov 2019 18 Dec 2019 £5647
2 nights 19 Dec 2019 26 Dec 2019 £9356
2 nights 27 Dec 2019 02 Jan 2020 £10081
2 nights 03 Jan 2020 01 Mar 2020 £5702
2 nights 02 Mar 2020 02 Apr 2020 £6964
2 nights 03 Apr 2020 26 Apr 2020 £7863
2 nights 27 Apr 2020 06 May 2020 £6964
2 nights 07 May 2020 10 May 2020 £7863
2 nights 11 May 2020 21 May 2020 £6964
2 nights 22 May 2020 31 May 2020 £7864
2 nights 01 Jun 2020 09 Jul 2020 £6964
2 nights 10 Jul 2020 03 Sep 2020 £7864
2 nights 04 Sep 2020 22 Oct 2020 £6964
2 nights 23 Oct 2020 05 Nov 2020 £7476
2 nights 06 Nov 2020 17 Dec 2020 £5780
2 nights 18 Dec 2020 27 Dec 2020 £9543
2 nights 28 Dec 2020 31 Dec 2020 £10283
2 nights 01 Jan 2021 03 Jan 2021 £10282
2 nights 04 Jan 2021 28 Feb 2021 £5816
2 nights 01 Mar 2021 31 Mar 2021 £7103
2 nights 01 Apr 2021 25 Apr 2021 £8020
2 nights 26 Apr 2021 02 May 2021 £7103
2 nights 03 May 2021 06 May 2021 £8020
2 nights 07 May 2021 27 May 2021 £7103
2 nights 28 May 2021 31 May 2021 £8021
2 nights 01 Jun 2021 08 Jul 2021 £7103
2 nights 09 Jul 2021 02 Sep 2021 £8021
2 nights 03 Sep 2021 21 Oct 2021 £7103
2 nights 22 Oct 2021 04 Nov 2021 £7625
2 nights 05 Nov 2021 16 Dec 2021 £5895
2 nights 17 Dec 2021 26 Dec 2021 £9733
2 nights 27 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 £10488
2 nights 01 Jan 2022 02 Jan 2022 £10488

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