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Buxton Road, Alsop en le Dale, Peak District National Park DE6 1QU England
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#2 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Alsop en le Dale
Enjoying a secluded location overlooking Eaton Dale only 1.5 Kilometres from Wolfscote Dale, Peak District Spa lies within the heart of the most spectacular limestone scenery of the Peak District National Park, in between the picturesque villages of Tissington, Hartington and Parwich. With the Tissington Trail cycle way just a few hundred metres away and footpaths leading directly from our rooms into Eaton, Alsop, Wolfscote and Biggin Dales, this is the ideal location for walking, cycling, climbing and other outdoor pursuits. We also offer fly fishing on our lake with the possibility of tuition and excellent fishing opportunities on some of England's most famous limestone rivers such as the Dove & the Wye. However, if the weather is poor, there is loads to do with Chatsworth, Alton Towers, the National Tram Museum, Gullivers Kingdom, Buxton Opera House, Derwent Valley World Heritage Site, Ashbourne, Matlock and Bakewell all within easy reach. With its own landscaped gardens, hot tub and cobbled parking area, Peak District Spa's bed and breakfast rooms offer luxurious accommodation in which to relax and unwind in a tranquil location overlooking Eaton Dale. Our guests also benefit from a WiFi cafe, bar and licensed restaurant on site just a 100 metres or so away from the accommodation serving simply-cooked excellent local produce (please see our web site for details of opening times). Rivendale caravan park is about kilometre away, offering caravan and tent pitches, holiday caravans, Yurts and luxurious lodges for hire the ideal solution for groups of friends or relatives with different accommodation preferences. Accommodation Converted from a picturesque stone barn overlooking Eaton Dale, the four bedroom suites all include showers, or baths with showers ensuite. Despite the traditional external appearance of the building, the suites have an uncluttered contemporary interior and are technically superior to many hotel suites charging twice as much. The two ground floor rooms are graded M2 wheelchair accessible suitable for occasional & accompanied wheelchair users.
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LoneAngel13 wrote a review Mar 2017
Blackpool, United Kingdom15 contributions15 helpful votes
Booked for two nights for my partners birthday for a fishing weekend, on arrival allowed to check in early, ate in the cafe and the food lovely, the room (2) very nice indeed, quality accommodation and all to a hi standard, very comfy bed, lovely decor and peaceful, green, scenery all around. The bar also lovely quaint decor, excellent food, good prices, great atmosphere, we used local fisheries for course fishing and found the area beautiful and tranquil. Staff all Friday and helpful, would recommend this for a place to stay if wanting to explore the urrounding area. Quality throughout. Only thing I would add, is that wifi should be free, signal only available in parts due to location, but paying for wifi anywhere these days is a no no.
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Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Room 2 recommended
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Sarah B wrote a review Nov 2016
Louth, United Kingdom2 contributions
The room was lovely, comfortable bed, nice views out of (very small) window, slippers and dressing gown were a nice touch. Left a couple of bags in the wardrobe ( admittedly my fault!) And was very disappointed with the lack of help in retrieving them. I was more than happy to pay for sending them back and even tried to arrange a courier to collect them for me. They couldn't do it until they were boxed up, which the staff refused to do for me. Ended up in a 6 hr round trip to pick them up, which turned a fairly pleasant stay into quite a disappointment. Also the "spa" part of the name is very misleading, as it is a normal B&B with the option to hire a hot tub, which you have to hire for a full day, at quite a cost!
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Tim H wrote a review Nov 2016
2 contributions1 helpful vote
We booked to stay here after looking on booking.com, the place looked good however on arrival it led us on to a camp site (which wasn't obvious from the website) and to a very poorly lit car park. I had travelled for 4 hours to get there with my pregnant partner who was desperate for the toilet on arrival. We went to the reception which was locked as were all the other doors and the place was in complete darkness. Check in was between 14:00 and 20:00, we arrived at 17:00. We rang the reception and got no answer and then rang the number on the door that was left on a note. This was also not answered! after an hour and a very distressed partner we managed to luckily find a room in a hotel down the road (the Charles Cotton which was very good). Since this incident we have had absolutely no apology from them or explanation as to why they left us with out anywhere to stay. Shocking customer service.
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Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Responded 9 Nov 2016
It would indeed be shockingly bad, were it to be accurate - but it isn't. Our managers & assistant managers were in reception until 5.20 p.m. on the Sunday evening in question, after which time they posted a notice on reception door referring arrivals to a mobile phone number and the staff members on duty - who were in a mobile home overlooking the main car park about 30 metres from the reception door. It's hard for them to miss car arrivals as the car headlamps shine straight through their large lounge window as vehicles pull into the car park; no cars did so that night. However, we do share a site entrance off the main road at Rivendale Holiday Park, so if you had continued up the road to the holiday park, turned around & then driven out without spotting the sign indicating our drive down to the rooms, we may well not have spotted you - for which you have our sincere regrets and apologies. The suite was made up ready for you, having turned other bookings down in good faith - there were no missed calls recorded on the mobile contact number left in reception.
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zxcvbnm6 wrote a review Sep 2016
2 contributions3 helpful votes
Call themselves a spa but are not. No pool, treatments etc - just hot tubs which they need a days' notice for ,and cost £80 to hire! Claim they will be a spa "soon" but they've had this misleading name for three years now with no progress, I don't think they will ever become a spa. Apart from that, fine. Annoying to hear "waste" from the room above draining down the pipe as it came through our room (room 4). Breakfast was good, good location for walks. Wifi is not included and is expensive (£10/day).
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Avoid room 4
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HaroldMidlands wrote a review Sep 2016
Midlands4 contributions2 helpful votes
Great location, modern clean rooms, good breakfast but a bit lacking on the Spa element. Very nice camp site wih yurts. Good local walks from the site. There was a hot tub you could hire! Was that the spa?
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Peak District Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Peak District Spa?
Nearby attractions include Edward and Vintage (2.6 miles), Thor's Cave (4.1 miles), and Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail (2.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Peak District Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Peak District Spa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Peak District Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Peak District Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Old School Tea Room, Staffordshire Knot Inn, and Carriages Bar and Restaurant.
Is Peak District Spa located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the centre of Alsop en le Dale.
Are there any historical sites close to Peak District Spa?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tissington Hall (2.8 miles) and Arbor Low Stone Circle & Gib Hill Barrow (4.8 miles).
Is Peak District Spa accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.