WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED

We will amend our website when we have information about when we are allowed re-open. Click here for further information.

We have a new email address:

naomi@stanshope.co.uk

Stanshope Hall

"A friendly warm welcome"
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Stanshope Hall

"A friendly warm welcome"

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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2020 RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE HotelsCombined
9 Rated by Guests
Stanshope Hall Booking.com Award of 9.6
Stanshope Hall Booking.com Award of 9.6

Winter Warmer offer

1 November 2020  – 25 March 2021

2 nights B&B – £120 – £140

(excluding Fridays & Saturdays and Christmas/New Year period and 14th – 18th February 2021)

In line with government restrictions, we are currently CLOSED.

We will amend our website when we have information about when we are allowed re-open.

We know it is difficult for everyone at the moment, so we have a very flexible policy for short notice Covid19 related cancellations for bookings made directly with us, which includes either a simple transfer of your booking or a refund.

Meanwhile we are taking bookings for stays from 19 February 2021 onwards – please contact us via email on naomi@stanshope.co.uk or phone on 01335 310278 or 07973 858398 to check availability.

Until the risk from Covid19 has gone, we have put a number of measures in place to ensure the safety of staff and guests. We organise different arrival times and staggered breakfasts. We wear face coverings when interacting with guests. We ask that you also wear a mask when moving about the public areas, although it’s not necessary when eating and drinking in the dining room or drawing room. We only have 3 letting rooms and the house is large, airy and spacious, so it’s good for adhering to social distancing. We have a strict daily cleaning regime, and between guest departures and arrivals.

 If you book to stay with us, we recommend booking ahead at one of our local pubs for your evening meal. Suggestions include:

www.wattsrussell.co.uk

www.royaloakwetton.co.uk

www.themanifoldinn.co.uk

www.coachandhorsesfennybentley.co.uk

 www.thegeorgeatalstonefield.com

www.thegreenman.co.uk

and there others too, a little further afield, if you want to search on Google

Naomi Chambers

January / February 2021

Stanshope Hall offers comfortable and imaginative licensed Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

The B&B is close to Dovedale and the Manifold Valley with lovely views high in the green hills of the Peak District National Park.

Our recipes are prepared using local produce and fruit and vegetables from our kitchen garden.

Ideal for walking, cycling, visiting Chatsworth House, Alton Towers and Alstonefield, the market towns of Bakewell, Buxton and Ashbourne and the Potteries. 45 minutes from Derby.

Please note that we do not accept pets.

Reviews

  •   Really recommend this cosy b&b.The owners were so friendly from the moment we arrived. The house itself is a quirky old building with lovely features. We loved breakfast both mornings... read more

    GraceFi
    10/10/2020

      Our stay at the hall was such a pleasure. The owner Naomi and her team couldn’t do enough for us. We had tea and home made flapjack in the garden... read more

    alexalex58
    9/19/2020

      We enjoyed a lovely few days at Stanshope Hall. Annabelle looked after us really well. All the staff were so friendly and welcoming. The breakfasts were very good. The room... read more

    N1261FPclareh
    8/16/2020
  •   Selected this hotel because of its great location and attention to detail.
    Booking was easy and the staff very friendly and helpful.
    Despite just coming out of lockdown the hotel... read more

    DebbieG289
    7/21/2020

      On arrival Naomi will provide tea/coffee and cake, arrange breakfast and ask about evening supper which is most unusual for a B&B so this is a unique experience from the... read more

    Hanxs
    7/11/2020

      We were welcomed with a piece of homemade cake and tea in front of an open fire, and immediately felt at home.
    The staff couldn’t have been friendlier and... read more

    PaulF80
    2/18/2020