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Maker Lane, Yoxall, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 8QS

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Maker Lane, Yoxall, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 8QS

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Hoar Cross Hall is set in 50 acres of quintessential English countryside, a Grade II listed stately home retreat that has both period style and modern luxury.

The focus at Hoar Cross hall is on balancing the body and mind, restoring a sense of calm and promoting a general feeling of well being. You can relax in our spa, using the pool, saunas and heat and ice treatments or book in for one of the many massages we have on offer from our expert therapists.

If you are looking for a slightly more adventurous break, we have beautiful walks around the grounds, a gym with an array of classes or borrow a bike and ride out through the woods.

Whatever you decide to do at Hoar Cross Hall you will be met by our friendly staff and treated to delicious food, whether it is lunch on your spa day, afternoon tea in the Long Gallery or a three course meal overlooking the gardens.

Hoar Cross Hall also has a Spa:

Hoar Cross Hall Spa Resort (Spa Section)

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10 Hotels to Live Like a Lord in 2019 by Adrian Mourby

"The original Hoar Cross was a moated Tudor hall in Staffordshire’s Needwood Forest with a real, functioning drawbridge. That was demolished in 1740 and in 1793 the owner of the Hoar Cross estate, one Hugo Meynell built himself a hunting lodge on the site. This lodge descended through the Meynell family until 1863 when Hugo’s grandson, Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram decided to build an impressive new Hoar Cross Hall to celebrate his marriage to Lady Charlotte Wood, daughter of the Lord Chancellor.

Given his august in-laws, Meynell Ingram recruited a top Victorian architect, Henry Clutton. Clutton’s specialities were aristocratic houses – he also worked on Cliveden and Grosvenor House in London – especially in historical style.

Clutton came up with a pastiched design that featured 48 chimneys in the Tudor style and a Long Gallery 114 feet long with a private chapel is its east end. There was also a wood-panelled library and dining room off the gallery.

When Meynell Ingram died in 1871 Lady Charlotte built the local church in his memory. She remained in occupation of the hall until her death in 1904 when her nephew inherited the estate. After World War II when the fate of so many of these English country houses hung in the balance because of death duties, the Meynell Ingram family moved to a smaller house in a local village, leaving a caretaker to look after the hall as best he could.

After a long period without occupation the hall was bought in 1989 by Walsall businessman Stephen Joynes. He refurbished it, creating a new health spa in the basement and inviting the likes of Catherine Zeta Jones, Clive Owen, and Robbie Williams to visit and be photographed. In 2012, Hoar Cross became a hotel and in recent years it has undergone a sympathetic refurbishment as part of the Barons Eden Group. The Long Gallery and rooms off it are much closer now to the Hoar Cross that the Meynell Ingrams would have recognised. The spa created by Joynes continues in the basement and is a major lure but the hall itself is looking more like its Victorian self these days."

Ten Historic North Midlands Hotels by Adrian Mourby

"The first Hoar Cross Manor was built here during the reign of Henry VI. It was demolished in 1740 and the land sold to Sir Hugo Meynell, the godfather of modern fox-hunting. In 1793 Meynell built a hunting lodge at Hoar Cross and in 1806 his son Hugo spent many years extending it to create the current mock Tudor mansion with its 48 chimneys and Elizabethan-style long gallery. The Meynells spared no expense. Both the plasterwork by George Frederick Bodley and the wallpapers by William Morris are greatly admired today. In 1990 the flamboyant self-made millionaire Steve Joynes restored the hall and converted into a hotel by adding its spa wing."

Information on Hoar Cross Hall hotel , Maker Lane , Yoxall , Burton upon Trent

No. of bedrooms: Total: 96        
Types of room: Superior, Master, Suites, Penthouses, Royal Suite
Room rates guide: Single from:  £149.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  No children
Dog Friendly:  No
Smoking Permitted:  Yes (designated smoking area)
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Accreditation: Winner of England’s Leading Spa Resort at the World Travel Awards
Room facilities: All rooms have satellite TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, En-suite bathroom, Tea & coffee making facilities
General facilities: Gardens & grounds, Choice of over 50 treatments, Salt water pool, hydrotherapy pool, water grotto, Saunas, Spa, Steam rooms, sanarium, Whirlpool, 4000 sqft gymnasium, exercise classes, relaxation room, meditation rooms, yoga & aerobic suites, Bar, coffee bar, Restaurant, 3 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 150 delegates, Heli-pad
Indoor activities: Games room with pool table and board games
Outdoor activities on site: Boules, Croquet lawn, Tennis courts, Bicycles, Happy Trim Trail
Local directions: Please see our website for directions & Map.
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Hoar Cross, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire
Birmingham , East Midlands
Lichfield Trent Valley (20 mins)
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