Dumbleton Hall

Dumbleton Hall
Dumbleton, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 7TS
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The original Dumbleton Hall can be traced back to 1534 as the home of the Cocks family. In the late 18th century the hall fell into disrepair and was demolished.

Rebuild in the mid 19th century, the hall became home to the Eyres family who later played host to guests including John Betjeman and the Mitford sisters.

During WWII the hall was allegedly considered as an alternative venue for the House of Lords.

In 1959 Dumbleton Hall became a hotel. It is served by Evesham Railway Station, 15 minutes by taxi, or Cheltenham, 35 minutes by taxi. The nearest airport is Birmingham International, approximately 65 minutes by road. Free onsite parking is available.

Dumbleton Hall Hotel is a beautiful 19th century Cotswold stone manor house situated in 19 acres of rolling Worcestershire countryside. Dumbleton Hall offers guests an 'away-from-it-all' feel, but is ideally situated close to a wide array of local attractions.Broadway is only 6 miles away offering charming shops, antiques galleries and tea rooms. The riverside towns of Tewkesbury, Evesham and Upton-on Severn are close by, and we are only 10 miles from Cheltenham its Racecourse, excellent shopping, theatres and restaurants. Go further afield, and within 1 hour's drive discover Malvern, Worcester, Gloucester and Stratford-upon-Avon. For our more energetic visitors, Dumbleton Hall provides an excellent base from which ramblers and cyclists can explore the countryside. All 34 rooms are non smoking are ensuite with colour television and teacoffee making facilities and lovely views over the gardens. Pets are accepted at a small charge, please inform the hotel prior to arrival.

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