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Scalford Hall
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire

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At the heart of Leicestershire’s picturesque countryside, Scalford Hall Hotel, offers 88 en-suite bedrooms, restaurant, lounge and leisure facilities, is set amongst twelve acres of carefully landscaped gardens. This coupled with the fact that Scalford Hall is an ideal base to explore a host of attractions from exploring the magnificent Belvoir Castle with its glorious gardens and fascinating magical castle, or taking off at the National Space Centre, makes Scalford Hall Hotel a great choice for a leisure break. This unique venue is complemented by comfortable bedrooms, welcoming private dining with gourmet menus and exceptional service.

Relax with all the comforts of home. Unwind in one of our 88 bedrooms, with ensuite bathrooms, finished to provide an escape with a host of modern comforts and traditional touches.

Scalford Hall provides an excellent management training centre and the extensive grounds give a colourful backdrop to banqueting events and weddings. With our comprehensive range of meetings and training rooms, Scalford Hall often becomes host to company themed events and product launches. The flexibility of the Hall and surrounding grounds makes an ideal venue for all your business and leisure needs. A selection of Health and Beauty Treatments are now available

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Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England 3 Stars
Condé Nast Johansens Winner Awarded Hotel with the “Most”
Number of Rooms: 88
Number Ensuite: 88

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Price Includes: Breakfast
Single: From £78
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