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Blenheim House Hotel
56 Main St
Etwall
Derbyshire

DE65 6LP | View map
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The Blenheim House has nine en-suite bedrooms from the classic rooms in the courtyard to the two feature suites. The Samuel Sleigh Suite has a king size four poster with original oak beams, and the Thomas Gerard Suite has a king size sleigh bed and exposed wooden floor.

All the rooms have flat screen Freeview televisions, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and bathroom toiletries. Full English breakfast and complimentary wi-fi are also included in the nightly rate. With open fires in both the bar, restaurant and private dining room, rich plush dining furniture mixed with the contemporary style décor; finished with a superb menu with locally produced ingredients, excellently kept real ales from our local Burton brewers and a fine wine choice you will be welcomed in by friendly and informative staff.

Private, Romantic and unique the Blenheim House provides an ideal backdrop and a wonderful atmosphere in which to celebrate with family and friends those occasions that will remain with you. From large family lunches, birthday celebrations and business entertaining to small wedding receptions the choice of rooms can offer wood burning fires to make it cosy in winter or double doors open to the courtyard to extend the space available in summer.

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