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Blencowe Hall

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Blencow, Cumbria
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24 Guests| 12 Bedrooms| 11 Baths
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Book your midweek break nowA 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 grounds.

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)

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.

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Price Info
Price per night (from): £ 1,104
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Country: United Kingdom
Details
Property ID:
17960
Bedrooms: 12
Bathrooms: 11
Features
Pub within walking distance
Convenience store within walking distance
Dog Friendly
Wifi
Parking
Bed linen provided
Towels provided
Golf
Fishing
Games Room
Garden
Balcony
Non Smoking
Child Friendly
Hot tub
Open fire or wood burner
Award winning property
Ground floor Bedroom and Bathroom
Wedding venue
Corporate venue
Large properties
BBQ

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