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The Country House takes its name from the novel by Sir Walter Scott, with the oldest part of the building dating back to the 1830s, and enjoys a stunning location in the quaint Peak District village of Thorpe. The Country House has 11 acres of manicured gardens and grounds and the towering hill of Thorpe Cloud as a backdrop. A footpath leads directly from the house to the famous stepping stones on the River Dove, on the Derbyshire and Staffordshire border
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Excellent location for a 4 night self guided break. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Usual high standard of HF attention to detail. Meals were varied and enjoyable, especially the local produce evening. The heated boot room was well used to dry out our...More
We were arriving late in the night. Called the number and it was manager Gabriela who answered it. She was very helpful and provided complete instructions on what to do on arrival. Even upgraded us to a triple room since our 6 year old decided...More
Called in for a drink to sit outside and found they don’t welcome non residents anymore.
There was no one on reception and the person when I did find someone to ask was rude. The place was empty and I’m not surprised.
A shame as...More
We plus 24 others from our walking club had a great walking experience in The Peak District with HF. The volunteer guides were very good not just on the walks but providing different entertainment each evening for those who still had energy! The meals were...More
Along with 30 other Ramblers we spent 3 nights at this hotel.It is ideal for walking trips.The hotel provides a packed lunch The rooms are very comfortable. The dinner portions were on the large size but they expected you to build up an appertite from...More