History Dumbleton Hall dates back to 1536 when it was the home of the Cocks family for 200 years. However, during the 18th century the Hall fell into disrepair and was demolished. In the 19th century the hall was rebuilt using the classic honey toned Cotswold stone, becoming home to the Eyres family. Throughout the 1930's the hall was part of a thriving social scene with lavish parties and many famous regular guests. It then became a prospective alternative space for the House of Lords during the Second World War. Becoming a hotel in 1959, this stunning space can now be yours for your lavish wedding celebrations.