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  • VisitEngland 5 Star Self-catering
  • VisitEngland Gold Award
  • VisitEngland Rose Award
  • VisitEngland Cyclists Welcome
  • VisitEngland Walkers Welcome
  • VisitEngland Families Welcome
  • VisitEngland Pets Welcome
  • Member of Cumbria Tourism

Self-catering with 1 unit £5346-£9204 pupw sleeps 24

Blencowe Hall

Blencowe Hall

Blencowe Hall

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Blencowe Hall offers weekly bookings starting on any day and sometimes short breaks.

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18 Jun 2019

Children are not accepted.

Blencowe Hall
(house sleeps 24)
£3744.00
Reserve

12 double bedrooms, 10 ensuite, 2 share a family bathroom.

Linen and towels included.

Blencowe Hall offers weekly bookings starting on any day and sometimes short breaks.

Facilities: Accepts pets, Bath, Ground floor bedroom, King-sized bed, Non-smoking unit, Scenic view, Shower

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Availability last updated 17 Jun 2019 13:06

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A 14th-century castle renovated for modern living.

Crenellated towers rise up as you approach. Buttressed walls silvered with lichen welcome you through an archway to a cobbled courtyard. Blencowe has impact. After drinks on the terrace, summon guests with the castle gong to a banquet by glittering candlelight in the claret dining hall overlooking the gardens and Cumbrian bluffs beyond. The kitchens and butler’s pantry are ample for whipping up feasts or bringing in caterers on a lavish scale. Catch up for quiet conversation in the Oak Room snug or shoot the breeze in the Billiards Room under the glow of a Tiffany lamp.

Blencowe Hall is licenced for weddings and is perfect for any gathering or occasion.

All self-respecting castles have a story. Blencowe’s no exception. So gather your guests around roaring log fires in the Solar Room that spans an entire wing, crack open wine and delicacies from your welcome hamper and regale. When Cromwell’s men attempted to storm Greystoke, they stumbled on Blencowe instead. Cannon fire split the North Tower in two. Their idiocy is your gain. The dramatic V-shaped chasm, now shored with glass, is an award-winning architectural feature of the multi-million pound restorations, allowing light and modernity to flood inside.

As bats swoop the dusk outside, climb the wide spiral staircase to five-star comfort in the tower bedrooms. Unwind in a claw-footed bath, rest a while on a chaise longue or sink into your four-poster. With carved beds, stone fireplaces, Elizabethan beams and mullioned windows, you feel the history at every turn. If you don’t do stairs, choose from the ground floor bedrooms with chandeliers and private gardens. And if you don’t do antique, there’s the cutting-edge renovations of Cromwell’s Folly suite or glass-screened bathing area of the West Range Master Bedroom. Wherever you choose to drift off, it’ll be under feather down duvets and Egyptian cotton and accompanied by the soft bleats of Lakeland sheep.

Beyond the labyrinthine stairways and passages, explore the rolling countryside with your hounds at your heels. (Dogs are always welcome at Blencowe.) Along the Eden Valley, ancient stone circles and Lacy’s Caves keep the mystery alive. Or get down to earth and muddy, hiking and biking the hills and fells. Mess about in boats on the Lakes – Ullswater’s a ten-minute drive away. Take a spin along the A66, voted top in The Telegraph’s Five Most Beautiful British Drives. Shoot grouse on the moors and fish for brown trout along the Pettrill River. Stroll into Greystoke village to tour the castle Cromwell’s army missed and enjoy a local brew at The Boot and Shoe.

Facilities

  • TelephoneTelephone
  • TelevisionTelevision
  • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
  • Travel agent bookingsTravel agent bookings
  • Snacks/afternoon teaSnacks/afternoon tea
  • Private parkingPrivate parking
  • GardenGarden
  • Building of historical interestBuilding of historical interest
  • Disabled facilitiesDisabled facilities
  • Central heatingCentral heating
  • Laundry facilitiesLaundry facilities
  • FreezerFreezer
  • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
  • DishwasherDishwasher
  • Linen providedLinen provided
  • Telephone (public)Telephone (public)
  • FishingFishing
  • Pony trekking/horse-ridingPony trekking/horse-riding
  • ShootingShooting
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Snooker/billiards/pool onsiteSnooker/billiards/pool onsite
  • Cycles for hireCycles for hire
  • Cleaning serviceCleaning service
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
  • DVD playerDVD player
  • Single sex groups welcomedSingle sex groups welcomed
  • Evening mealsEvening meals
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • High chairs availableHigh chairs available
  • Cots availableCots available
  • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
  • BarbecueBarbecue
  • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
  • Breakfast availableBreakfast available
  • Washing machineWashing machine

Minimum Age for Children - 1 month Children welcome from any age.

Contact

Blencowe Hall,
Blencowe,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0DF

Directions

Plan route to Blencowe Hall using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: NY 447322  Lat: 54.68226 Long: -2.85844

- From the South; leave the M6 and take the 3rd exit onto the A592
- From the North; leave the M6 and take the 1st exit onto the A592
- Stay in the left lane. At the mini roundabout take the 1st exit onto Haweswater Road.
- Follow the road for approx. 0.8 miles (2 mins) through the industrial estate to the next T-junction / mini round about.
- Turn left onto the B5288 (Newton Road). Follow for approx. 2.5 miles (4 mins).
- After approx. 2.5 miles fork right (in front of The Clickham Inn public house) and follow Park View Road for approx. 1.6 miles (4 mins).
- Drive into Blencowe village, over the small stone bridge and turn immediately left and then left again.
- Follow the road for approx. 0.3. miles (1 min) and turn right into The Rowley Estates Blencowe Hall & Cottages.
- Blencowe Hall is via the gateway on the right (An access code is required to open the gates.) Cazenovia Hall, Riverain and Wythburn Cottage are via the open gateway on the left.


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