What a stunning location- we arrived at night so had a lovely surprise in the morning with the views from our room (hollins hill). It is rural but so worth it when you get there! If arriving later on might be worth taking a picnic- thats what we did for the first night!
Room was really tastefully done, comfy bed, lovely luxurious bath, with great selection of luxury toiletries.
Very yummy breakfasts both days- karens stewed fruit and homemade granola was well worth gettingout of bed for, also the cooked breakfast, eggs and smoked salmon and pancakes! We tried the lot! Proper thick-hand cut toast... yum!
We did the circular walk to longnor over chrome hill- not for the feint hearted despites us being relatively young and fit! Fortunately the pub in longnor was a good halfway house!
Karen really is lovely, very welcoming and helpful- can't fault her!
We ate at the packhorse inn in crewdicote on the saturday- we went a 6pm so was okay not to book but any later you definately would need to. Yummy food, and friendly staff, shame we were in a hurry!
If the weather is dry the hot tub is well worth a try- such a lovely experience+ I'v never seen so many stars!! even though it was chilly outside (october) we were nice and warm!
Overall- you MUST stay here! Just a shame we didnt have longer to explore the peaks- we will certainly be back!
PS- go to chatsworth- you need a whole day to explore fully! Is fab!
- 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