Scalford Hall Hotel, situated in Leicestershire, is a former hunting lodge and is the former home of Colonel Colman, founder of Colman's Mustard, rumour is the game Cluedo is based on Scalford Hall. The Hotel offers a restaurant, free Wi-Fi access and free parking. The 79 en suite guestrooms at Scalford Hall, some of which are located in the Georgian Manor House, feature flat-screen TV, iron and ironing board and tea and coffee facilities. The property has several halls and dining areas as well as 10 meeting rooms and 10 syndicate rooms suitable for interviews, functions and weddings from 2 up to 500 people. Set amongst the 9 acres of Scalford Hall, there is a garden, terrace and on-site activities including a high ropes course for team-building exercises. Other facilities offered at the property include a games room and gym. Scalford Hall's mini gym, equipped with a selection of equipment, is a free of charge service exclusively for guests. The games room features table tennis, a darts board, foosball and a pool table.