Use this luxury hotel as a base to explore the breathtaking Derbyshire Dales and the Peak District countryside.
Aside from its unfeasibly idyllic location, in the middle of the Peak District, there are other details that make this hotel the real English country house deal.
Maybe it’s the stags’ heads on the walls, or the iconic oak staircases leading up to 16 traditional rooms; or perhaps it’s the adventurous, locally-sourced menu that will get your juices flowing – with many of the vegetables coming from the hotel’s own Victorian garden. Who knows? One thing’s for sure, though: you’d be hard pushed to find anywhere more quintessentially English to spend the night.
Whether you’re checking in for afternoon tea or spending your days wandering the estate’s 35 acres, one thing you will wonder about is where all the noise went.
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