Scalford Hall Hotel

Scalford Hall Hotel
Melton Road, Scalford, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 4UB

Located just five minutes from the famous market town of Melton Mowbray, Scalford Hall Hotel is a picturesque Edwardian country mansion originally built at the turn of the 20th century as a weekend hunting lodge for Major Mann Thompson, who was a close friend of Edward VIII. Their friendship was symbolised by Edward VIII s gift of an ornate fireplace that remains in Scalford Hall to this day. In 1944, Colonel Colman, the founder of Colman s Mustard, purchased Scalford Hall and lived happily with his family until 1969. Set amongst 8 acres of carefully landscaped gardens in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside, our magnificent country house complements the relaxed surroundings with excellent service and hospitality. Our hotel provides a refreshing change from contemporary venues, enabling our guests to enjoy uninterrupted relaxation, restful surroundings and a peaceful night s sleep All of our 77 en-suite bedrooms are spacious, well-furnished and impeccably maintained. Each room comes fully equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, ample desk and seating space, telephone, hairdryer and complimentary hospitality trays. Single, Double, Twin and Family options are available and many rooms feature stunning views of the surrounding gardens. Edwards Restaurant offers a delectable blend of classic and contemporary cuisine with a dash of continental influences. The Chef and kitchen brigade pride themselves on creating good wholesome food made from fresh seasonal produce, with home-baking and traditional favourites being a particular speciality. The restaurant itself provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere perfect for both family meals and meeting with friends and colleagues. For those seeking just a quick bite to eat, the bar menu offers a range of light snacks.

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