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12.09.2021

Sun in the sky, indulgence on our mind, and a welcomed sense of familiarity

This summer, we eagerly welcomed a return of normality to our historic hall.

As we all know, life over the past 18 months has been far from ordinary. So as summer dawned, the easing of Covid restrictions ensured that we were finally able to carefully return to life as we knew it, albeit with a few carefully considered precautions remaining in place.  

And with the sun shining down on our glorious gardens, longed-for reunions with loved ones finally becoming a reality, and our loyal guests enjoying an escape from the norms of everyday life, a much-welcomed sense of comforting familiarity returned to Hoar Cross Hall.  

Here at the hall, we consider ourselves your tranquil home-from-home. A place where indulgence is encouraged and your only concern need be restful rejuvenation. Whether you are joining us for a relaxing spa day with your friends, spending a night (or two) in one of our stylish rooms, or joining us for a special occasion, we strive to ensure a truly unforgettable experience is enjoyed by all.  

And what a summer it has been. A summer for catching up on lost time, making memories, and enjoying all of life’s little moments. We have watched with joy as jubilant couples have said ‘I do’ surrounded by their nearest and dearest. We have served well-rested guests delicious food in our spectacular restaurants. And most importantly, we have once again provided a sanctuary of blissful calm.  

Now, as we prepare to bid a fond farewell to summer, we look ahead to the future and eagerly anticipate one of our favourite times of the year; Christmas. 

A time made for celebrating with your nearest and dearest. Where every occasion calls for food made for feasting. When there is no better time to spoil yourself with a little ‘me time’. If like us you like to plan ahead, you can now take a peek at our Christmas offering which promises magical festive escapes and fabulous party nights, here: https://bit.ly/Christmas-Hoar-Cross-Hall