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Champagne tea to celebrate my birthday was excellent. We sat in the lovely gardens by the lake in the sunshine. The staff were attentive without being intrusive and everything of the highest quality. Lovely.
Extremely happy we visited yesterday, this was an end to our 2week holiday and my future father in laws birthday.
The service was excellent, and the food was delicious. The setting is beautiful with lovely views into the gardens. Thank you to Christian and the...More
This elegant former hunting lodge is the most beautiful place for your special day, as i found out, it is stylish, polished,well presented, in the most breathtaking of surroundings, with landscaped gardens, ornamental pond, where an outside ceremony is given the specialty treatment.
Had a lovelly tea here the surroundings are beautful and the service is first class,nothing was to much trouble. Even went round there immaculate gardens . A beautiful place ,will definatly go again ,well worth a visit.
Beautiful grounds and really good food and extensive wine list. Good central location for touring round. Very welcoming and friendly service. Nice and quiet. Only possible negative was with it being midweek, the restaurant was quiet and we rattled around a bit (as it's probably...More
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US$155 - US$337 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated... More
The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated by Dr Beeching in 1966 since the line from Bakewell to Buxton (The Monsal Trail) is now a brilliant walking track with all the tunnels open to make a fascinating experience. The express bus into Buxton and then the train would be the simplest way to get to Manchester. Alternatively the local bus to Sheffield and then the train.