An exceptional Grade 1 listed fortified manor that has undergone extensive renovation bringing the two embattled peele towers back into use for the first time in more than 300 years. The discovery of Roman ruins, gold coins dating back to the reign of James I, numerous other artefacts and, reputedly, the oldest indoor toilets in Cumbria point to the historical interest of this property. Blencowe Hall sits on a bluff above the small river Peterill and is encompassed by its own fields incorporating access to the river across the road from Blencowe Hall. It has views to the nearby Lakeland fells. Blencowe Hall is a short walk from the small hamlet of Blencowe. It is just over a mile from Greystoke with it's excellent pub 'The Boot and Shoe' and Greystoke Castle with it's 3000 acre estate (now open to the public for field and woodland walks).