A beautiful 300 year old house in a Derbyshire village setting. Private access to your accommodation. A lovely en-suite private bathroom with bath and shower adjoins the bedroom and a cosy sitting room beyond. Off road parking. Circular pub walks from the doorstep. Within easy reach of Alton Towers, Chatsworth, Kedleston Hall, Crich Tramway, and the Derbyshire Peak District. But you really don't need to drive anywhere if you just want to chill out, as there are lots of things to do nearby.
The smaller of the two 18th century conversions, the Wash house being the other, but no less charming. Beautifully designed & warmly welcoming - a little boho bolt hole. Double bed is on a sleeping platform. Wet room, & kitchen facilities including microwave, toaster & kettle with access to fridge and freezer. Use of courtyard and garden and new this year our cosy garden room with record player, books and seats with sheepskin throws to chill out in.
A unique opportunity to stay in one of Derbyshire’s historic country homes; Riber Hall Manor. Riber Hall dates from the 1400’s. This beautifully restored Elizabethan manor house is situated in Riber, a tiny hamlet in the Derbyshire Dales. It is alleged Mary Queen of Scots was detained in Riber Hall. In 1724, the hall was split it into two halves. Here is your opportunity to stay in the hidden secret side of Riber Hall with its deep history and authentic English country charm.