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Prested Hall
Prested Chase

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Prested Hall is a comfortable, listed privately owned country house hotel. It has 10 lovely ensuite rooms,as well as conference and function facilities, and an adjacent health club. Hidden discreetly in 75 acres of Essex parkland, it is conveniently located just off the A12, a mile from Kelvedon Station and 30 mins from Stansted Airport. The Hall was discovered in a near derelict state by the current owners in 1994, and, following many years of restoration, has been given a new lease of life. Hotel accommodation can be booked for overnight stays, for day or residential functions, or the whole house is available for exclusive hire. Prested is a perfect choice for conferences, corporate retreats, residential courses, weddings, naming ceremonies, anniversaries, retirement, christmas, house parties and other gatherings. The extensive grounds are available to trainers and course leaders for team-building events and for specialist outdoor activities.

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Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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