- Sleeps: 20
- Bedrooms: 8
- Bathrooms: 7
- Minimum stay: 2 nights
Rich in fascinating history, approaching Blaisdon Hall’s sweeping driveway will make you feel as though you’ve just arrived at your very own version of Downton Abbey… what a way to celebrate a special event with your loved ones!
Sleeping up to 20 guests in elegant luxury, you’ll find the Grade-II listed house nestled on a Gloucestershire estate that spans almost 90 acres of mature gardens, soothing woodland, ornamental ponds, and even a shimmering lake. There’s plenty of wildlife for you to spot, too, from wild orchids to over 40 species of birds.
Built during the 1870s, Blaisdon Hall itself is a grand example of classic Victorian architecture, and you’ll find plenty of ornate period features to enthral your senses as you relax with a freshly-mixed cocktail.
Where you enjoy those welcome drinks is entirely up to you: with multiple reception rooms to choose from, you can simply select your favourite ambience. With its intricate stained-glass windows, delicate furniture, and beautiful lake views, The Orangery is perfect for summer, while the Great Hall cuts the most magnificent of dashes for a dress-up occasion.
Not to mention the exquisite first-floor Ballroom, which measures an impressive 85ft and is ideal for grand celebrations washed down with plenty of chilled Champagne.
There’s also a comfortable, high-ceilinged drawing-room to relax in, as well as a music room and a snooker room for those in the mood to exercise their competitive spirits. For those who’d just like to exercise, there’s even a well-equipped gymnasium – ideal for burning off the calories from all those grand banquets!
Sleeping arrangements are beautifully covered by eight individually-styled bedrooms spread across three floors. The rooms are expertly configured to accommodate couples (there are four superking rooms and one double) and small families (three rooms feature a superking or kingsize bed with one or two singles).Keep reading
At a glance
- A grand, Grade II-listed Victorian country house set amongst a 90-acre rural estate in the village of Blaisdon, Gloucestershire.
- The house sleeps up to 20 guests in 8 bedrooms, set across three floors and configured for couples and small families.
- Choose your favourite celebration space, including The Orangery and the Great Hall to the 85ft ballroom on the first floor – ideal for lavish events!
- There is a full kitchen and 7 bathrooms.
- Explore the sumptuous, wildlife-rich estate grounds or head out to explore the local area. Blaisdon is nestled on the edge of the Forest of Dean, with plenty of pubs, museums, and attractions in the surrounding area.
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Large Groups
Entrance hall with oak staircase, Great Hall, drawing room with TV and seating, Wi-Fi, well-equipped kitchen, music room with piano, snooker room, well-equipped gymnasium, orangery, first-floor ballroom. 8 bedrooms: 1 double room, 4 superking rooms, 2 kingsize rooms with 1 single bed, 1 kingsize room with 2 single beds. 7 bathrooms with bath or shower, 5 toilets. Furnished garden grounds with woodland, ponds, and lake. Spacious on-site parking.
Walking, cycling, wildlife-watching, picnic spots, village pubs, shops, museums, heritage sites, farm parks, family attractions.
There’s a gleaming, sociable kitchen for whipping up hearty breakfasts devoured all together in your choice of space, and then, how about taking a turn around those glorious green grounds? You’ll feel like lords and ladies of the manor, so you may want to make sure you dress for the occasion!
If you’re leaving the sumptuous confines of the estate, you’ll find there’s plenty to take in. The village of Blaisdon is nestled on the edge of the Forest of Dean, and the Dean Heritage Centre is a perfect introduction to the forest’s unique history, with exhibitions and galleries to explore across its impressive five-acre site.
There are museums aplenty too, including the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum and the National Waterways Museum, as well as family attractions ranging from escape rooms to farm parks… and of course, pub and café-stops along the way!
Yet you may well decide that spending time at your very own country estate beats everything else hands-down, as you sup another cocktail and gaze out at that incredible rural scenery.
Things to note
Check in between 4pm – 10pm, check out by 10am. Check in and out any days – no bank holiday changeover dates. Pets are not permitted to stay. Please note that the caretaker lives in a self-contained apartment on site and will provide a daily housekeeping service of the Hall’s communal areas (not including bedrooms and bathrooms).