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My wife and I have just come back from a 3 night stay at this hotel. It was an enjoyable experience. The room was a good size, nice decor and clean. The restaurant was fine with a reasonable variety of food at breakfast but it...More
Stayed in the Lodge (wood cabin) on site for few days. Great retreat hidden away. Hotel looks ok. Breakfast was ok but they seem to run out of stufd everyday which is weird. I think this place needs a proper path from the hotel grounds...More
We spent two nights in the converted outbuildings which are reserved for dog-owners. It was fairly basic decor-wise but spacious, clean, very comfortable, and peaceful, so we slept well. The hotel owners are friendly and helpful, and breakfast is good.
We wished to cycle the Tissington Trail and found this to be an ideal location - with safe bike storage. It was a very friendly hotel and we rented the self catering apartment. The food was good for us when we were too tired to...More
I stayed here last month while doing an afternoon hike starting at Hartington in the Peak District.
Overall, it looks quite nice from the outside. The inside is lovely also especially the foyer/check in area. There are some nice seats to relax, have a chat...More
US$77 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some... More
I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some traffic noise from the main road from 5 am onwards. It had a decent shower room.requirements. I to found the staff very helpful. John
That depends on where you are walking. The Bluebell at Tissington, just of the trail is closing shortly. there are two pubs in Alstonefield . We did not walk the Trail North so not aware of any that way.