Dumleton Hall Hotel is a traditional 19th century Manor House set in acres of private garden and woodland. The hotel has stunning views of the Vale of Evesham and across to the Cotswolds.
The original Dumbleton Hall can be traced from around 1534 as the home of the Cocks family for over 200 years. After the death of Sir Richard Cocks in the late 18th Century the Hall fell into disrepair and was eventually demolished. Rebuilt in the mid-19th century using Cotswold stone, Doubleton Hall became home to the Eyres family and in the 1930’s the Hall was well known for its popular house parties with regular guests including John Betjeman, later to become Poet Laureate and the popular Mitford sisters. The Hall became a hotel in 1959.
Dumbleton Hall’s bedrooms have spectacular views over their beautiful garden or the Vale of Evesham and due to the layout of the building all rooms vary in size and layout giving each one its own unique character.
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This break is a one night stay for two people and includes breakfast.
Minimum age is 18 years old. This break is available Sunday to Thursday, subject to availability, excluding Christmas, New Years and Valentine's Day.
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