Lovely swimming pool
Magnificent Blore Hall
Medieval banqueting hall
Comfortable interiors
Rural setting
Lovely gardens

Blore Hall near Dovedale and Ashbourne

MAIN FEATURES

  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Courts

20 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.

First of the UK's National Parks, the Peak District actually comprises two equally beautiful, yet utterly contrasting landscapes. The softer, gentler landscape of the 'White Peak' occupies the centre and the south and is formed primarily of pearly-white limestone. It is here that you will find Blore Hall, a magnificent historic house now renovated and converted as holiday apartments and cottages.

·         A magnificent medieval mansion

·         20 apartments and cottages 

·         Stunning gardens 

·         In the heart of the Peak District 

·         Great for walking 

·         Peace and quiet

20 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!

The Peak District is a naturalist's paradise with a wealth of wild flowers, birds and butterflies – many of which are peculiar to only a few acres of deciduous woodland. Those seeking a more relaxing holiday may choose to follow in the footsteps of the stars on the Film Tourism Trail (which celebrates the many period dramas that have been shot in the area) and sample the area's renowned food, drink and local produce.

Other pursuits include bird watching, canoeing, sailing, horse riding, coarse and game fishing. The River Dove, dubbed 'Princess of rivers' by Izaak Walton in his book The Compleat Angler runs just half a mile from Blore Hall

 

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Contact Details

Blore Hall
Blore
Ashbourne
Derbyshire
DE6 2BS
T: 01638 674 424

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