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    Underleigh House

    Underleigh House has 5 Star Gold Award status (from Visit England) as a B&B.



    About

    In the heart of the Peak District National Park and surrounded by glorious Derbyshire scenery, Underleigh House has 5 Star Gold Award status (from VisitEngland) as a Bed and Breakfast. Converted from a cottage and shippon (longhouse style) built in 1873, it is now the lovely home of Vivienne who is more than happy to share it with her guests. A genuine welcome and (if required) advice on what to see and where to go, is always on offer.

    Underleigh’s Hope Valley location, near Edale, is as tranquil as it is stunning and appeals particularly to walkers wishing to explore Losehill, Mam Tor, Win Hill and even Kinder. For others there are the heritage attractions of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Lyme Park and Hardwick Hall to consider, not forgetting the charms of Castleton (and its caves), Hathersage, Eyam (the 'Plague Village'), Tideswell, Bakewell, and Buxton.

    As soon as you enter the stone-flagged breakfast room, with its cosy atmosphere, original beams and communal table, you sense that this is a place where you can relax and enjoy traditional English hospitality. Evident pride is reflected in Underleigh’s memorable breakfast which has achieved both the AA and VisitEngland coveted breakfast awards. Homemade bread, Aga-cooked porridge, granola, muesli, compôtes and preserves, together with locally sourced premium produce, all contribute to a recipe for success. With its comfortable, homely and country house style, the guest lounge offers a spacious area in which to relax and take tea, whilst the colourful garden might serve a similar purpose in the summer. The en suite bedrooms - several with stunning views – are named after local hamlets: Aston, Townhead, Thornhill and Derwent. They are charmingly decorated and well equipped - showing great attention to detail - with three of them having their own sitting rooms for extra privac

    £145.00 per double room per night (to include breakfast for 2 people) depending on the room chosen and the number of nights.

    Accessibility

    • Audible alarm system
    • Braille or large print menu and information

    Sustainability

    • Eco cleaning
    • Plant-based menu options or vegetarian or vegan friendly options
    • Environmental certification/awards
    • Recycling on-site
    • Electric vehicle charging
    • Local produce or homegrown food
    • Renewable energy

    Our Facilities

    • Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
    • Central heating
    • Real log/coal fires
    • Private parking
    • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
    • Lounge for residents' use
    • Totally non-smoking
    • Bath
    • Ground floor bedroom
    • Hairdryer
    • Scenic view
    • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
    • Garden

    Awards and accreditations

    How To Find Us

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