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Set   within   its   own   private   Estate,   Thornton   Watlass   Hall   is mentioned   in   the   Domesday   Book   and   has   been   in   the   same family   ever   since.   It   holds   a   fine   collection   of   historic   paintings, by   artists   such   as   Reynolds,   Cotes,   Beechey   and   Van   Kessel;   a substantial    library    of    over    2000    books,    including    Soane's Sketches   in   Architecture,   1798,   and   volumes   of   De   Moleville's Costume    books,    dated    1804,    as    well    as    many    other    first editions,    with    some    dating    back    to    the    16th    century;    and furniture,    including    a    William    and    Mary    cabinet    on    stand, Queen   Anne   bureau   and   the   bed   of   Katherine   Parr.   All   these pieces   are   not   just   "on   display"   but   are   part   of   the   family   home and   so   can   be   viewed,   touched,   read   etc   by   guests,   which makes Thornton Watlass Hall such a unique place.

Facilities

Internet access (wireless) Ironing facilities Library Billiard / Snooker Room with full size snooker table Extensive Gardens Shooting Parties Private Dinner Parties Non-smoking (throughout) Pets welcome Accessibility Information Number of Floors: 2 (no lift)

Parking

On-site parking  

Policies

Opening Times: April - October Check-in: 4:00 PM till 9:00 PM (unless by prior arrangment) Check-out: 10:30 AM Children Policy: Children welcome Pets Policy: Well behaved pets welcome Smoking Policy: No smoking Cancellation Policy: Please advise at least 48 hours before arrival if you no longer need the room
© Thornton Watlass Hall 2018
Thornton Watlass Hall

Facilities

Set   within   its   own   private   Estate,   Thornton Watlass   Hall   is   mentioned   in   the   Domesday Book   and   has   been   in   the   same   family   ever since.    It    holds    a    fine    collection    of    historic paintings,   by   artists   such   as   Reynolds,   Cotes, Beechey   and   Van   Kessel;   a   substantial   library of     over     2000     books,     including     Soane's Sketches   in   Architecture,   1798,   and   volumes of   De   Moleville's   Costume   books,   dated   1804, as   well   as   many   other   first   editions,   with   some dating     back     to     the     16th     century;     and furniture,     including     a     William     and     Mary cabinet   on   stand,   Queen   Anne   bureau   and   the bed   of   Katherine   Parr.   All   these   pieces   are   not just   "on   display"   but   are   part   of   the   family home   and   so   can   be   viewed,   touched,   read etc   by   guests,   which   makes   Thornton   Watlass Hall such a unique place.

Facilities

Internet access (wireless) Ironing facilities Library Billiard    /    Snooker    Room    with    full    size snooker table Extensive Gardens Shooting Parties Private Dinner Parties Non-smoking (throughout) Pets welcome Accessibility Information Number of Floors: 2 (no lift)

Parking

On-site parking  

Policies

Opening Times: April - October Check-in:   4:00   PM   till   9:00   PM   (unless   by prior arrangment) Check-out: 10:30 AM Children Policy: Children welcome Pets Policy: Well behaved pets welcome Smoking Policy: No smoking Cancellation   Policy:   Please   advise   at   least 48   hours   before   arrival   if   you   no   longer need the room
© Thornton Watlass Hall 2018
Thornton Watlass Hall