RE-OPENING ON 4TH JULY

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naomi@stanshope.co.uk

Stanshope Hall

"A friendly warm welcome"
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Stanshope Hall

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2020 RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE HotelsCombined
9 Rated by Guests

We are delighted to confirm that we will re-open on Saturday 4th July.

We will be following Covid 19 secure guidelines for hospitality businesses. This will include rigorous cleaning regimes, and social distancing at breakfast times, whilst this is still recommended. We only have three rooms, so we can do this by agreeing different time slots for breakfasts, and for light suppers if ordered.

Don’t hesitate to contact us on naomi@stanshope.co.uk or on 01335 310278 if you have any queries, or would like to make a booking, or you want to change an existing booking.

We are looking forward to welcoming guests back to Stanshope Hall!

Naomi Chambers

23 June 2020

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.

COVID-19

We are currently open, whilst following government policy and guidelines. In particular we have now instituted social distancing at breakfast times. We only have three rooms, so we can do this by agreeing with our guests different times for eating. We also offer light suppers by the fire in the evenings at £12 per head, again with specific separated time slots to ensure social distancing can be maintained. Light suppers comprise home-made soup, a selection of open sandwiches using our own bread rolls baked in the Aga oven, and cake. We are also licensed.

 We are in a remote rural area with a low population density so we’re hopeful that this position won’t change. We will let you know immediately if it does.

Naomi Chambers

21 March 2020

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

Reviews

“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 the location was perfect for visiting the best of what the Peake District has to offer.
We were lucky enough to visit when the snow drops were in full bloom and it was a lovely treat.
The room was immaculate and the breakfast was everything you’d hope for with cereal, a selection of lovely fruit and then a fried breakfast with tea and toast.
We couldn’t fault the place and will definitely be back.”

Paul F

02/2020

Lovely accommodation. The breakfast cooked to perfection. The scenery is brilliant. The hospitality was great – Naomi even cooked some cheesy biscuits to enjoy with our wine – who else would do that? Three couples travelled there using the 3 rooms, so we were able to use the lounge in the evenings.

failteCoventry

02/2020

A warmest welcome from the housekeeper with a filled tea tray in front of an open fire. A lovely warm room, perfect shower and bath, all set the scene for a perfect break. A cosy bed gave a good sleep before a simply amazing fresh and plentiful breakfast. We were blessed with a beautiful morning walk, finding lovely friendly local pubs so close. We had a truly lovely break and will be booking again very soon.

Neil Curling

12/2020