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We had a one night stay at this property, booked through Secret escapes and enjoyed our stay. We arrived at 4pm and met Lolly who gave us a quick tour of the house and showed us to our room 4, which is an attic room...More
We’d planned a 2-day mid week break at Lea Hall in response to a Secret Escapes promotion. In the event we only stayed the first night.
On arrival we were very warmly greeted by Lolly.
Following a short tour of the ground floor we were...More
My wife and I wanted a quiet place to stay for a couple of days and fancied something a little unusual. We found Lea Hall on the internet and, as it looked wonderfully historic and period perfect, we gave it a try. What a gem!...More
Arranged by `Secret Escapes' we booked a 3 night stay at Lea Hall. We were greeted on our arrival by Steve who quickly brought us a chilled bottle of champagne and an attractive box of chocolates. Our room was beautiful; a huge bed and crisp...More
Just got back from a 3 night break with my husband at Lea Hall. We had a wonderful time! Our hosts - Lolly & Steve were so friendly & welcoming & the Hall itself is quite amazing - very quaint & full of lovely antiques...More
You do know there has been a recent fire at Lea Hall and the fire sevices are investigsting? If you google the Matlock Mercury and search for fire at Lea Hall you will read the story of 20 guests who had to flee for their... More
You do know there has been a recent fire at Lea Hall and the fire sevices are investigsting? If you google the Matlock Mercury and search for fire at Lea Hall you will read the story of 20 guests who had to flee for their lives in October2015. I think logs are the least of your problrmd
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"The two rooms on the first floor at the front of the house definately get my vote!"