An 18th-century manor house in secluded grounds: luxury and style
This glorious listed Grade II Georgian manor house offers hospitality in a grand yet accessible style, with private, walled grounds set in the heart of the charming village of Breedon on the Hill. The rooms have been lovingly restored by the current owners, offering comfort and considerable style. There are five guest bedrooms, all en-suite with either a shower, bath or both, and each individually furnished and decorated. Two bedrooms are huge, one large, and two compact – but all are comfortable with a good spread of prices to suit most pockets.
There’s lots of space. A large drawing room is available with an open fire for winter evenings, and an adjoining dining room if dinner is requested. The grounds are beautifully kept, with a croquet lawn and, as it’s in the centre of the village, it’s an easy walk to its two pubs and shop-cum-Post Office. Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be vaccinated and non-aggressive. Breedon Hall is actually in the National Forest too, and electric*/manual bicycles are available for those who wish to explore further.
* a fee is charged for the e-bikes.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Children by Arrangement
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Adventure Park
- Bird Watching
- Local Park
- Museums & Galleries
- National Park
- Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
- Opening Times: Closed Christmas and New Year; closed 2nd week of Jan to 2nd week March.
- Tel: +44 (0)1332 864 935
- Mob: +44 (0)7973 105 467 / +44 (0)7779 666501
- Price Range: from £85 - 165
PricingPrice per room per night based on two sharing, including breakfast, and is variable depending what time of year you are wishing to stay. Please check our availability via our website. Wolsey Lodge guests get a 10% discount. 2 superking en-suite rooms - from £130 1 kingsize en-suite room - from £110 1 twin en-suite room - from £95 1 single en-suite room - from £85 Two nights minimum stay includes a full English breakfast. (A single night minimum stay is occasionally available by prior arrangement.) Evening meals, traditionally a Breedon Hall highlight, are currently only being served by specific arrangement and must have 4 or more diners.
LocationBreedon Hall is just off the M1 on the Leicestershire/Derbyshire border and is close to the borders with Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire and Warwickshire: it's easy to explore five counties in just one day! It is in the National Forest that protects 200 square miles of scattered woodlands, but the trees shelter several cultural treasures. The town of Melbourne attracts foodies from far and wide and Ashby de la Zouch is known for its regular farmers' markets. Donington Park Race Track is five minutes away, as are several National Trust properties, including the magnificently unrestored Calke Abbey. East Midlands Airport is five minutes away by car, East Midlands Parkway rail station that connects to Sheffield or London St.Pancras is 15 mins by car.
Reviews"I was staying the night to break a long journey with my 5 month old baby and my dog - Breedon Hall couldn't have been more welcoming. Fantastic friendly service, lovely breakfast and a great dog walk straight from the garden." Elizabeth, Kent
AccreditationsWinner of Alastair Sawday 'Special Place to Stay' in 2015 Trip Advisor 'Certificate of Excellence' Awards 2017, 2018, 2019 Booking.com Traveller Review Awards 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, rated 9.7 each time.
Charles and Charlotte Meynell
- Bio : Your hosts here were born and bought up in the area and are always on hand to advise what to see and do. Charlotte Meynell is a professional caterer and in normal times ran all sorts of events at the Hall. They both love entertaining and welcoming guests. Socialised and well-behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement, though they'll have to be gentle with the resident spaniel.