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Blore Hall

Peak District, England
Blore Hall Things To Do

Twenty cottages and apartments, all centrally heated, beautifully furnished and equipped - as you'd expect. But modernity starts and ends there. To step into Blore Hall is to step back in time.

Though perhaps not quite. It's unlikely that the denizens of Blore enjoyed the use of a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, tennis court, snooker room et al - facilities available to today's holidaymakers.

But to dine in the main banqueting hall is to have a taste of life as lived in the 14th century - though the food is, we fancy, much improved!


Blore Hall's 13 cottages have been beautifully converted from original outbuildings that surrounded what was once the 16th-Century Blore Manor House. These holiday properties now form part of a large quadrangle, the east-facing cottages having been converted from the fine old barn that faces what would have been the ancient moat (and is now a duck pond). Dotted all around this complex of buildings, the cottages range in size from one bedroom to three bedrooms. Each boasts carefully designed interiors that mirror the scenic splendour of the surrounding Peak District, whilst maintaining the medieval charm of their previous incarnation.



The site features three two-bedroom apartments, two of which are in the original 16th-Century Hall. These are spacious and good for families. All three offer a comfortable, homely living/dining area, ideal for relaxing after an energetic day exploring the magnificent Peak District National Park.



Four one-bedroom studios complete the complex. These neat little single-storey properties sleep two guests and are an ideal base for a romantic holiday, exploring dramatic scenery and stunning landscapes. Each studio has been well designed to maximise comfort, with an open-plan living and kitchen area. All studios except one are located on the ground floor and most include access to a terraced courtyard.


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Blore Hall is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.

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