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Blore Hall

Peak District, England


Eleven traditional-looking stone cottages surround a courtyard in the grounds of Blore Hall, a Grade II-listed house dating from the 16th Century. Two further cottages, for four or six guests respectively, are standalone properties, slightly separate from the others, offering that added degree of privacy. Both of these, as well as six others, are pet-friendly, and one cottage has been adapted for wheelchair users.

The cottages facing east look out to lovely green views over rolling fields and distant hills – leaving you in no doubt that you are ensconced in the heart of the very best of British countryside, while those to the west of the complex enjoy patios and garden views as well as access to the terraced courtyard. After a day exploring your glorious surroundings, repair to the splendour of your ancient Peak District home. The properties are all beautifully renovated and furnished with modern facilities and comforts.

Dine in style on a meal you've prepared yourselves from foodstuffs procured from local farmers markets (rounded off with a Bakewell Pudding, naturally); though it's worth bearing in mind that dinner is served twice-weekly in the majestic baronial hall. Blore's cottages are carefully furnished for a comfortable, homely feel, some featuring four-poster beds and original timber beams to add to the charm of their historic setting.


Cottages are either one or two-storey, and they range in size from one to three bedrooms. The largest property can accommodate six people in two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Some of the other cottages come equipped with a sofa bed, meaning that one of the two-bedroom units can also sleep up to six. As well as bathrooms, many of the larger properties also feature an en-suite, and all properties are fully furnished with comfortable living rooms and kitchens packed with everything you need to knock up a snack or prepare something more substantial. The cottages also have access to the courtyard, for those evenings when you want to sit out and enjoy the pure Peak District air.


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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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