I can endorse the comments from recent visitors. This is an excellent farm B&B.
Our bedroom was large and light; the bathroom was larger than any room in my own (modest) home and had both roll-top bath and walk-in shower. There was far more cupboard and drawer space than any travellers could need, much of it in period furniture.
The bathroom always had apparently unlimited scalding hot water, though it can take a little while to 'come through'. A good selection of classy toiletries is provided - including a basin of bath salts with a ladle for scooping. There were more towels than we needed, cotton buds, cotton wool. The only minor thing missing was a box of tissues, which I always like by the bedside (especially in hay fever season!).
The bedroom had digital TV/radio, a kettle and tea/coffee/tisanes/hot chocolate and there was a chocolate biscuit bar when we arrived. The 4-poster bed was very comfortable, though it is, I think, standard double size so that tall people used to a king size may need to curl up a little.
Once the heating comes on in the morning (at about 630), it makes almost continuous soft but audible knocking sounds which can keep one awake. While my heating at home does the same as the pipes expand, it stops after 5 or 10 minutes, whereas at Park View it continues for an hour or more. Not a major issue, but reported in the interests of completeness. I can't say if other rooms have the same issue.
Breakfast is as others have described: excellent fruit selection, muesli, yogurt, cooked breakfast including eggs from the farm. Decaffeinated ground coffee was available - a must for me.
As keen birdwatchers, we enjoyed seeing the many hosue sparrows, house martins and swallows nesting around the farm buildings. We also had a very nice 3 hour walk on farm land, seeing some interesting birds and insects and also brown hares. Michael lent us his detailed Pathfinder OS map for this. We walked as far as Kedleston Hall, whose parkland, lake and woods are also worth walking in for a few hours.
Now that many B&Bs are refusing cheques, preferring the instant confirmation of card payment, it is worth noting that Park View Farm accept payment by cheque or cash only.
Michael and Linda are friendly, helpful and informative.
Ample parking in the farm yard, though, as others have commented, take extreme care when leaving onto the road as visibility to the right is very limited.
We would have no hesitation staying at Park View Farm again and hope to do so if we are in the area in future.
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