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Lovely hotel in a quiet setting in immaculate, peaceful gardens.
Staff are very friendly and welcoming. Nothing is too much trouble.
We chose to dine in for the evening. Wise choice as the menu is impressive and is cooked to a very high standard.
Booked last minute would have stayed longer if available but they had a wedding on, room very good gardens very good food excellent staff very nice and polite, nothing was any trouble to them could not fault.
Stayed here for a couple of nights. Lovely welcome from staff member who showed us to our room and was on hand during our first evening. This continued throughout our stay with everybody very friendly and helpful. The location is good for accessing Chatsworth and...More
A gem of a hotel. Warm welcoming professional staff. Gorgeous room with massive comfortable bed and spacious bathroom. Its the little touches that made this a fab place to stay. The torch on the bedroom for the walk back to the hotel. The random spectacles...More
Attended for a retirement get together for approx 30 people, that's £20 each= £600 for the hotel. The sandwiches were poor, mine stuck together I think that it was on cheap supermarket value bread. Scones were lovely but not very big. Cookie style biscuits and...More
Response from loxleybottom | Reviewed this property |
The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated... More
The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated by Dr Beeching in 1966 since the line from Bakewell to Buxton (The Monsal Trail) is now a brilliant walking track with all the tunnels open to make a fascinating experience. The express bus into Buxton and then the train would be the simplest way to get to Manchester. Alternatively the local bus to Sheffield and then the train.