8. 4 in adjoining converted barn, 3 on ground floor.
All year except Christmas.
2 sitting rooms, dining room, meeting room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), large walled garden, parking.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B £150–£295. Supper platter £18.95. 2-night min. stay on Fri, Sat.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Busy hens and the occasional tractor are as much traffic as there is to be found at this ‘lovely’, rustic B&B, on a 150-acre working farm in the Derbyshire Dales. Joan and Martin Slack are the ‘charming, welcoming’ owners. ‘Spacious, beautifully clean bedrooms’ each have their own style and character. There are split-level suites, four-poster rooms, a cottagey space for a family; if the fancy strikes for a spa bath on a private terrace, you have only to ask. The Slacks can help with restaurant recommendations for dinner (and can arrange transport as well); alternatively, supper platters of meats, cheeses, fish, salads, home-made bread and puddings may be ordered in advance. ‘Breakfast is delicious’: ‘plentiful’ award-winning black pudding, locally made sausages, grilled Manx kippers, eggs from the farm’s hens. 2 miles from town.
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