We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This venue is just perfection personified. I have been to two weddings here now and both fantastic and very different.
One was a few years ago outside in the fabulous grounds and a fantastic silver service meal held inside. The most recent wedding was last...More
Exceptional lunch, well cooked and beautifully presented. The hotel is set in immaculate surroundings with wonderful views. Thank you to your staff on duty for making us very welcome, we are already planning our next visit.
Very friendly welcoming staff. Historic building with well kept grounds, excellent dining and wonderful breakfasts cooked to order. Room cramped, carpet tired, but comfortable and well appointed, good free wi-fi. Plumbing makeover needed, basin hot water luke warm although shower was hot. Stained silicon around...More
Stayed here for my birthday had a lovely room (room 4) had dinner can’t fault anything except the bathroom not the best for me
Have to say the staff excellent didn’t catch his name but the young Irish guy serving breakfast was brilliant and the...More
We organised a birthday lunch for 17 people and East Lodge couldn't have been more helpful. We had a private room and were able to decorate this for the occasion. There were plenty of choices on the menu and everyone enjoyed their food which was...More
Response from loxleybottom | Reviewed this property |
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.