Stayed for 2 nights in the Hayloft room. The host Karen was very friendly and attentive.
The room was of a high quality. The directions to the farm given by Rumbers in his review are helpful (thanks Rumbers). I would add that Stoop farm is on the left as you approach and is signposted so you will know when you are on track.
The farm is a working one and that comes with it's own potential drawbacks. We did have one of the sheepdogs bark constantly for an hour at around 10pm on the first night. The setting is beautiful though and was very peaceful apart from that.
My cooked breakfast did unfortunately come with one of Karen's hairs. I though the sausage that came with the full breakfast was a bit average (and i would have liked 2 rather than the solitary 1) and i would have liked the option of beans or black pudding. The toasted bread was excellent.
The location is remote, you will need to drive to the nearest pubs. The Royal Oak comes recommended, it's about 10mins away and serves good pub grub.
Overall a very nice stay and comes recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury farmhouse B&B situated in a very private and peaceful location in the heart of the Peak District. 2 ensuite double rooms, 1 ensuite double/twin room, all beautifully decorated and furnished. Many walks straight from the farm. Large breakfast menu with locally sourced ingredients. ... more less
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