This was our second weekend stay at Breach Farm, positioned nicely near several of the Peak District's attractions. There are two rooms in the bed and breakfast part of the house (and some nice looking holiday cottages on the other side of the yard, but we haven't been in those), both with en-suite shower rooms and a handy built-in wardrobe as well as the usual chest of drawers and other furniture. The rooms are decorated very nicely and are comfortable and cosy, the en-suite is well finished and always sparklingly clean! We have stayed in both the double and twin rooms and I had no problem with a good night's sleep. Breakfast is served in the combined lounge and dining room. This is well appointed with a nice wood burning stove and bookshelves full of books for all ages. Breakfast is very nice with a wide variety of options and is a good start to a day of activity! The excellent hosts are always ready to recommend different eating establishments, although the only one in easy walking distance is the Miner's Arms at Carsington. This does good pub food and decent real ales, although you do have to walk up some dark lanes and a couple of hundred yards down the main A road without pavement. Take a torch and it's fine if you're going out on a dark evening.
Local activities include water sports at Carsington with hire available (Canadian canoe for us) mountain bike (we hired bikes from Middleton Top) or walking trails along the High Peak trail, Matlock and Bakewell are not far away by car and Breach Farm is centrally placed for a whole variety of activities.
Well worth a visit and we shall be going back again!