Bed and Breakfasts in Derbyshire

Derbyshire mainly consists of The Peak District which is the famous walking area with some of the most stunning scenery in the whole of England.

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The Old School, Lower Hartshay, Ripley, Derbyshire

PPPN £30
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Countryside B & B in converted School on Chatsworth Estate land bought for the building in 1884. The main building is full of character having two bedrooms; one family room with en suite, with the double in the gallery and the twins can be separated for 2 children or kept together as a large double on the ground floor. The second is a small double which can be used for single occupancy with access to the main bathroom. The third bedroom is separate from the School sleeping two, en suite, with it's own sitting room cum. kitchen/diner. There is direct access to the garden, with secure off-road parking, hot tub and barbecue area for use of all guests. The large living room in the school is also for everyone's use and has a log-burning stove, breakfast and dining table (take-away food orders allowed here), self catering is available. internet wireless broadband. The baby grand piano and musical instruments available to encourage visiitors to create their own music or prepare for recording sessions at Meadow Farm Studios (01773 740264) in Bridle Lane nearby. There are also table games and another room which is for crafts such as Pottery, Painting and Printing. Tuition is available on request and at an additional cost. Hartshay is a friendly, small community close to Ripley in the Amber Valley area. Walking Routeways 5 and 8 pass along the Cromford Canal nearby. Crich Tramway Museum, The Midland Railway Centre and Heage Windmill are some of our local attractions. The George Inn within a few hundred yards (01773 742597) serves food at the weekends. Other food outlets within walking distance are The Devonshire Arms (01773 688825) and The Excavator (01773 744400) which also has live bands and discos at weekends. Pentrich, the next village, is the centre of Pentrich Revolution fame (1817). The leaders were the last to be "hung, drawn and quartered in the U.K. and 14 men were sentenced to transportation...on the "Tottenham" and the " Isabella", eventually settling in Sydney, New South Wales. Here there is the Dog Inn (01773 513360) St. Matthew Church and the Village Hall, originally built as a school to replace their cottages. Rates: From £30 per person per night. Children are welcome by arrangement. Pets are allowed by arrangement, Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

The Moon Inn, Stoney Middleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

PPPN £45
PR2S £50
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
The Moon Inn offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation located in the village of Stoney Middleton near Hope Valley in Derbyshire. The local area is great for walking. There are a total of four bedrooms at the B&B, one twin, one luxury double and two standard doubles. All of the rooms offer the following facilities: Tea & coffee making facilities. TV. Fresh milk. Spacious sharing bathroom facilities. The luxury double room is a large spacious room that also offers a sofa bed for any extra guests making this room great for families. Breakfast at the B&B is served in the restaurant and can be arranged for anytime, if you would prefer you can have breakfast in bed. There is a wide range of food available including cooked and continental. Guests are more than welcome to dine in the restaurant in the evening where there is an a la carte menu available with all of the food being home cooked. There are vegetarian options available at breakfast and in the evenings. The Hope Valley is a large wide valley that runs between the moors and the edges of the Deak Peak. It offers beautiful walks and is great for bikers, horse riders, trekkers, hang gliders and rock climbers. The Hope Valley is also a haven for artists and birdwatchers. Rates: From £45 per person per night. From £50 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets are welcome by arrangement - £10 per night. Off street parking. Food available. Wi-Fi/internet access. Please check us out on TripAdvisor.

Peak District Spa At Rivendale, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

PR2S £66
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Peak District Spa At Rivendale enjoys a secluded location over looking Alsop Dale only 1.5 km from the upper reaches of Dove Dale, Peak District Spa Bed and Breakfast lies within the heart of the most spectacular limestone scenery of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park, in between the picturesque villages of Tissington, Hartington, Parwich and Alsop-en-le-Dale. Converted from a charming stone barn overlooking Alsop Dale in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District, the four luxurious Peak District bed and breakfast rooms feature en suite shower or bathrooms, solid oak floors and doors, flat screen TV’s, wireless internet access and private parking. The bed and breakfast rooms have an uncluttered contemporary ambiance with all the facilities required by people on business, or holiday, looking for accommodation in Derbyshire or accommodation in the Peak District. Each room includes a full breakfast menu created and served by our on-site professional Chef. The bridal room (B&B 1) benefits from a large first floor balcony with fabulous views over Alsop Dale – the perfect location to sit out and watch the sun go down over the Derbyshire moors. In common with the other first floor room, it has a bath with shower over in which to enjoy either an invigorating shower or a long relaxing soak. Both first floor B&B rooms benefit from solid oak bedroom floors, luxurious en suite bathrooms with underfloor heated marble floors, thermostatic showers, designer radiators and raised ceilings. B&B 1 is only a double. B&B 2 may be a double or twin – please specify at the time of booking. The two ground floor rooms have wet room power showers with shower seats en suite. These rooms have been designed with both ambulant and disabled clients in mind. Our aim has been to provide a minimum of useful supports whilst maintaining the ambiance of a hotel room rather than a hospital ward. The main entrance doors on the ground floor rooms have level thresholds and minimum 800mm clear widths for ease of use by wheelchairs, switches and sockets are located at more heights and hard-paved, wide parking is located a few metres from the entrance door. Both ground floor bed and breakfast rooms have under-floor heated Travertine floors. B&B 4 has only a double bed, B&B 3 has either a twin or double bedroom - please specify at the time of booking. All of our guest bedrooms benefit from flat screen TV’s with digital freeview channels, high quality beds and bedding, Wi-Fi (at additional cost) additional sound and thermal insulation installed, ventilation systems with pollen filters for the benefit of hay fever sufferers, power showers and secure card access systems for your comfort and security. The bedrooms themselves have toilets fed by rainwater and domestic hot water heated using waste heat from the beer cellar cooler. They are insulated in excess of current building regulations, fitted with oak windows with argon-filled double glazing, space heated using a “Sedbuk A rated” (most economical) gas condensing boiler. Nearly all illumination is provided by low-energy lights and the rooms are ventilated with a system that mechanically recovers heat from the stale room air. There is bike storage, a boot cupboard and a drying cupboard for walkers. Please visit our website for more information or contact us on 01335 310100. Rates: From £66 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. The garden is specifically for B&B guests. Children are welcome. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. Disabled facilties by arrangement - M1, M2 disabled. please enquire for details. Lodges also available with M1 & M2 disabled facilities - please enquire. Fly fishing lake available by prior arrangement. Pets are welcome by arrangement. 4 Star Visit England Silver Award.

Sandpiper Hotel, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

PR2S £40
3 Star3 Star3 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
The Sandpiper Hotel comprises 45 en-suite bedrooms, a self catering one or two bedroomed apartment, two Conference & Banqueting Suites, private dining facilities, Fanshawe’s Restaurant and Henry’s Café Bar. The Sandpiper Hotel has a variety of rooms to cover all tastes, including: Wheelchair friendly rooms. Family rooms to sleep 2 adults and up to 3 children. Family triples to sleep 2 adults and one child. Adjoining twin rooms to sleep up to 4 adults. Four poster. Twins. Doubles. All rooms are en-suite with baths and overbath showers, TV's, free WiFi. hairdryers, tea/coffee making facilities/ Be it a surprise party or special celebration, or simply a sumptuous meal for two Fanshawe's Restaurant is the perfect choice. Fanshawe's offers British cuisine with a modern twist. Chef focuses upon locally sourced ingredients and freshly produced dishes, served in a relaxed and friendly environment. We don't sell fast food, we don't sell ready meals, we don't sell microwave meals. We do offer good value, quality food, prepared and cooked in our own kitchens by professional chefs, served to your table by professional waiting staff. We are conveniently located near to J29/30 of the M1 Motorway and less than 3 miles from Chesterfield Town Centre, with its famous crooked spire. Chesterfield boasts one of the largest open air markets in the country. Market days are Monday, Friday and Saturday all year round. The flea market is every Thursday and there is a farmers' market on the 2nd Thursday of every month. The hotel is a short drive from Sheffield City Centre and Meadowhall with its 280 shops all under one roof; not forgetting the glories of the Peak District National Park. Chatsworth House, Bolsover Castle and Hardwick Hall are all just a short drive away. The hotel has ample free and secure parking. Rates: From £40 per room per night. Some of the rooms can be converted into family rooms. Children are welcome. Pets are welcome by arrangement. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Licensed for weddings. Off street parking. Dinner available. 3 Star AA.

Devonshire Lodge Guest House, Buxton, Derbyshire

PPPN £40
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Devonshire Lodge Guest House is a substantial Victorian detached house retaining many original features yet sympathetically modernised to provide all the comforts you could wish for amidst space and elegance. Set in attractive gardens it is within a few minutes’ walk of the centre of Buxton, on the edge of the Peak District, with all this lively country town has to offer and yet a few minutes in the other direction brings you into open countryside and glorious views. We have three spacious bedrooms beautifully decorated furnished with pine furniture and all are en suite. The bedrooms have remote controlled colour TV's and clock radio alarms. Hair dryers are provided and ironing facilities are available on request.Tea and coffee making facilities are provided as well as a range of toiletries for your convenience. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in our delightful dining room where you have your own table and can enjoy pleasant views of the garden. We can offer a full English or Continental breakfast. Vegetarians are catered for and we will be pleased to cater for special dietary requirements. Devonshire Lodge is within a few minutes’ walk of Buxton town centre and all the attractions it has to offer. Leave your car with us and save yourself the hassle of parking in the town. Buxton is well known for its fine Victorian and Edwardian architecture boasting a fine Crescent and Pumproom bearing witness to the Buxton's history as a Spa Town - the thermal springs first drew the Romans to the area. The Opera House is nationally known for the annual Opera Festival and associated Festival Fringe though there is a full programme of entertainments throughout the year. The Pavilion Gardens - an 18-acre park - offers many delights for both adults and children and the Octagon has a regular menu of collectors fairs and other events. Buxton has a good range of shops, many in stylish period arcades, and there is a twice weekly street market. It is but a few minutes from the centre of this thriving town to open country and the beauties of the Peak District. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £40 per person per night. Sorry, no pets. Children over 7 are welcome. Off street parking. Garden.

The Bulls Head, Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

PR2S £70 - £85
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
The Bull's Head is a family run inn offering excellent food and drink and comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Castleton near Hope Valley, Derbyshire, in the heart of the Peak District National Park. At the B&B we have 5 extremely comfortable bedrooms, all with en-suite shower, TV, hair dryer, tea & coffee making facilities. Each room enjoys the beautiful views that surround the hotel. Your stay with us includes a hearty full English breakfast. Whilst staying at the bed and breakfast relax on our leather settees, or dine in front of our open log fires during the winter months. We have a courtyard garden, with views over Losehill Tor. The majority of our food is locally sourced, and prepared by our chefs. We try to cater for all tastes, serving high quality traditional food as well as more adventurous fayre, with menus changing regularly using seasonal produce. Sunday is special as we offer ‘Sunday Roasts’ along with the menus we serve throughout the week. To complement your meal, we offer a wide range of fine wines, draught and cask ales along with specialty coffees and teas. We run a variety of specialty themed evenings. Individual private parties are catered for throughout the year. These can of course be tailored to your exact requirements. Situated in the beautiful Hope Valley, we are surrounded by some of the most breathtaking natural views in the whole of the UK. This makes us an ideal base for exploring the many different attractions the Peak District has to offer. We are located in the centre of the village of Castleton with fine views of Mam Tor and Peveril Castle, which overlooks the village of Castleton. The four major caverns of the area - Peak Cavern, Speedwell Cavern, Treak Cliff mine and Blue John Mine - which are major tourist attractions, are all within walking distance. 2 holiday cottages are available close to the B&B. Rates: From £70 to £85 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome by arrangement. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Dinner available. Wi-Fi/internet access.
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