Losehill House Shortlist*

At the end of a leafy lane, this ‘beautiful’ hillside spa hotel has winning views across the Hope valley. More

Contact details

Losehill House
Losehill Lane, Edale Road,
Hope
Derbyshire
S33 6AF
England
01433 621219
See hotel website

Good Hotel Guide Review

At the end of a leafy lane, this ‘beautiful’ hillside spa hotel has winning views across the Hope valley. The secluded white-painted Arts and Crafts house is run by Paul and Kathryn Roden, with ‘attentive’ staff. Choose among well-equipped, individually decorated bedrooms, each with comfy seating, plush bathrobes and locally produced biscuits; a complimentary newspaper is provided. Head off on walks across the valley, then come back to soak in the terrace hot tub as the sun goes down. Afterwards, take pre-dinner drinks and canapés in the lounge or bar. In the restaurant, chef Darren Goodwin serves ‘excellent’ modern dishes using Peak District produce whenever possible. ‘Superb’ breakfasts. Drawing room, bar, restaurant. Lift. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV. Background music. Civil wedding licence; function/conferences; exclusive use. 1-acre garden; terrace. Spa (indoor swimming pool, outdoor hot tub, treatment rooms; open to non-residents). Parking. Children and dogs (in 2 rooms) welcomed. 23 bedrooms (4 with external entrance). Per room B&B from £160. Dinner £39.50. 2-night min. stay at weekends.

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Special offers

Losehill House, Derbyshire Special Offer

Enjoy a complimentary return visit for a Spa Special worth £300 per couple for a three night reservation. Prices for a three-night stay based on two sharing. Double Rooms (small)- £562.50 per person. Kings Rooms- £637.50 per person. Executive Kings Rooms – £675.00 per person.
To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide.

Map

Losehill House
Losehill Lane, Edale Road,
Hope
Derbyshire
S33 6AF

Guest comments

'A beautiful hotel set in a beautiful place. Staff are superb. From start to finish of the visit, they were more than helpful. The Spa girls were excellent. The food is excellent: seven-course taster menu was enjoyable, and breakfast was superb. Excellent black pudding. ' - Jason Edwards - March 2015
'Well kept, with wonderful views of the Derbyshire hills. A haven of peace, to be enjoyed from the conservatory-style restaurant, from the terrace or from the hot tub. A friendly welcome: help offered wirth bags. A reasonable sized bedroom with a comfortable kingsize bed. Thoroughly enjoyable dinner; service prompt and attentive. Staff spirit seems strong. ' - Robert Gower - August 2013
'The setting is magnificent, I have rarely been happier than when sitting in their outdoor hot tub watching the amazing view, even in winter! This hotel exudes quality and style but we genuinely felt at home. The staff were brillianfand the food was excellent. ' - Rachel Farrier - February 2009

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