Millstone Country Inn
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Millstone Country Inn

Sheffield Road, Hathersage, Peak District National Park S32 1DA England
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Country Inn set in the heart of the peak district ideal base to explore the Hope Valley offering a friendly family run inn with 9 rooms great beers and good home cooked food in a comfy relaxed setting.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Restaurant
Patio
Walking tours
Children's television networks
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Wifi
Breakfast available
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Rooftop terrace
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
First aid kit
Room features
Blackout curtains
Desk
Housekeeping
Seating area
Sofa
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Room types
Mountain view
Non-smoking rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Family
Great View
Languages Spoken
English, Urdu

Location

Sheffield Road, Hathersage, Peak District National Park S32 1DA England
Getting there
Car recommended
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Manchester Intl Airport
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politicsandrew wrote a review Jan 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom155 contributions116 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This pub/hotel has so much going for it: in the heart of the Peak District with great views, reasonably priced and good food and a friendly welcome. As others have said it seems to have recently changed hands and the rooms have been refurbished, particularly the bathrooms to a high standard. Plenty of free parking across the road and a hearty cooked breakfast is included in the price. There are a few niggles: the rooms are on top of the bar and the sound from the PA system bleeds through, there is only a narrow window for breakfast and the cleaning of rooms was a bit erratic. But ths is good value accommodation in a hghly sort after area. You sense that the new owners are trying really hard, I hope they succeed and wish them well.
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Date of stay: December 2019
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Olivia S wrote a review Mar 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom40 contributions36 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Had a lovely break away at Millstone Country Inn. We stayed for two nights in a twin room which was spacious and recently refurbished. We received a warm welcome from Jackie on our first day and enjoyed a delicious two course meal where the portions are huge and value for money. We had a choice of full breakfast both mornings kindly prepared by Richard on the first morning and Georgina on the second. All staff were friendly and welcoming.
The pub welcomes dogs and it was nice to see them relaxing by the fires (there are two).
On arrival we had cake and coffee and then our evening meal here as mentioned above. We enjoyed it so chose to eat at the pub the second night too. The rooms were warm which was welcoming in chilly March.
There is a large car park opposite for visitors which boasts exceptional views. We found the location great travelling by car as we were able to visit Castleton (for the Caverns), Buxton, Eyam and return to the inn comfortably in one day.
Chatsworth House and quaint Edensor are only 20 mins away by car. If you are hoping to visit particular attractions check opening times online as most aren’t open in winter months as you would expect. This wasn’t an issue for us as we just wanted to walk around.
The local town of Hathersage is only 15 minute walk down the road and has all the basic amenities (Petrol station, local shops, pharmacy etc) should you need them.
Overall we really enjoyed our break away and the comforts of Millstone Country Inn.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Tim Hudspith, Owner at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 13 Oct 2020
Lots of lovely comments to read regarding the Millstone and the local area, so many thanks for taking the time to review. Fabulous to read that you managed to get out and about and enjoy the many attractions that are on offer in the Peaks District. Hope to see you again soon
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Lodge Life wrote a review Oct 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom12 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our third year visiting in the first weekend of October. We originally chose this hotel because it is dog friendly and having three of them it was important. We have usually booked the family room but it had increased in price by £40 from last year which I couldn’t justify paying so we booked the double ‘Stanage’ room which would have been perfect had we not had three dogs! The room was spotless and there are tea and coffee facilities. Clean towels and a lovely view over the valley. We arrived about 6pm and booked a table to eat at 7pm. The pub/restaurant was very quiet even though the hotel was fully booked but the staff were very attentive and although a limited menu, the food was very good. Apparently the normal manager was taken ill a few weeks ago and a team from Wales has had to be brought in so they were learning the ropes over the past few weeks which may account for the poor reviews. Breakfast was left at the foot of our stairs which consisted of a continental breakfast - yoghurt, toast, croissant, bread, butter, jam and a carton of juice. Very very limited but due to Covid this is not the fault of the hotel although I can’t understand why they can serve evening meals but not breakfasts? My only gripe is that the staff left for the night at 10pm leaving nobody on site should there have been a problem ... nobody to check us out the next morning, we just had to pay after we had eaten on the Saturday night. For £120 a night, I would expect there to be at least a member of staff on the premises .... what would have happened if there had been a fire or a break in! It won’t stop us from returning again next year though. Faulty Towers it is not but neither is it The Ritz! If you want something top notch then perhaps you ought to be looking at The George down the road!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Tim Hudspith, Owner at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 13 Oct 2020
Thanks for the review jennygW6029JQ, Glad that you had a enjoyable stay with us once again and many thanks for your repeat custom. These are certainly challenging times, but great to read that the team looked after you so well and that you enjoyed the dining experience. Hopefully we'll be welcoming you back for another visit again next October. Thanks again for the review
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Hamish F wrote a review Jul 2021
6 contributions5 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
A group of six of us stayed for two nights across three rooms in July. I will start with the positives, breakfast was very good both mornings and the basic amenities within the rooms were perfectly acceptable.

The most frustrating thing about the stay was the service. Members of the group arrived at 11:45 and were told that they could not use the toilets at the hotel did not 'open' until midday.

There is a terraced area with beautiful views that is designated for residents only. If it wasn't for the nonsensical service arrangements to this terraced area that we received on our first night it could have been a really nice spot and we would have no doubt gone on to spend the hundreds of pounds on food and drink within the Millstone rather than at other establishments within the local area. We were told that table service could not be provided in this location even though it was to all other areas of the bar and restaurant. Instead we had to go to the bar, place our order, sit on a sofa in the bar whilst we wait for the drinks to be poured, have the drink brought over the the sofa on a tray and then carry six drinks at a time up to the supposedly 'exclusive residents area' past all of the tables that were benefiting from table service. I did ask the bar maid why it was this way and the answer was 'I do as I'm told' - quite the frustrating response. A different barmaid joined us on the terrace during our drinks for I assume a cigarette break (good to see that they knew were this terrace was!) and proceed to talk to her friend on the phone with language that would make the most hardened terrace goer wince.

On the second night we returned to the hotel at 21:45 to find that the front doors were closed and the bar no longer serving. We thought this somewhat disappointing. We also noticed that our empty glasses from the night before on the terraced area were still there on the table yet to be cleared!

Upon check out we were told from afar to just place our keys on the desk , no question of 'was everything ok?' or anything of that liking where if I had been asked I would have discussed the items above (I'm not one to post reviews however felt inclined to in this instance). When we go away as a group for these weekends / weeks in the country the walking is of course important and the Millstone Inn is perfectly placed to accommodate this - no doubt about that. However, what is equally if not more important is the food, drinks and comradery which unfortunately the Millstone Inn was miles away from providing the environment for.
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Date of stay: July 2021
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Tim Hudspith, Marketing at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 10 Aug 2021
Good morning Hamish, many thanks for the feedback & apologies if you were disappointed with the service offered. This is something that the team pride themselves on, so we'll review your comments & action where appropriate Kind regards
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Jojo Langers wrote a review Feb 2020
Upholland, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I did the Stanage Edge
walk in horrendous conditions on Friday 21st Feb. It was a fab walk but we arrived at our overnight accommodation, The Millstone, freezing and soaking wet. Richard the manager couldn’t have been more welcoming. He immediately sat us on the Chesterfield in front of the very impressive log burner and brought us our drinks. The Millstone has recently had a refurb and has a really cosy and welcoming feel to it. After showering and getting changed we came back down to the bar and asked Richard if he could call us a taxi as despite the food there looking amazing we fancied a curry in Hathersage. Richard explained that taxis were hard to come by and grabbed his car keys. He not only dropped us off in the village but he picked us up later on. The room we stayed in at The Millstone was called Longshaw. To be honest it was fairly basic and not as cosy as the pub itself but it didn’t matter...Richard and his jokes and hospitality more than made up for this and we will definitely be back...hopefully in better weather next time!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jerry Buckingham, Owner at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 3 Mar 2020
you two are the reason I do this job. It was a great pleaseure to welcome you to our Inn. It was a pleasure to ferry you to and from the village. Great banter and chat. Love to see you again. Thanks for the great review.
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Happytraveller22 wrote a review Sept 2020
St. Helens, England83 contributions49 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Millstone on a miserable, wet Thursday night. This meant there were few other people in the pub and we were unable to use the terrace overlooking the valley, which was a shame.
From the start, staff tried hard to make us welcome and we were given clear information on changes to normal procedures caused by Covid. This included an explanation of breakfast arrangements.
Our room was basic, but very clean and recently refurbished. We ate in the pub that evening and enjoyed a good meal from a typical pub menu. Staff were constantly cleaning when not dealing with customers, which was reassuring.
Breakfast the next morning was a takeaway bag of croissant, muffin and bread for toast. A toaster was available for use. A carton of orange juice was included and there were tea and coffee making facilities in the room. In decent weather we could have sat on the terrace to eat breakfast, but continued rain meant we had to sit in our room.
Overall we felt that staff were trying hard to make the best of difficult circumstances.
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Date of stay: August 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Tim Hudspith, Owner at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 12 Oct 2020
Good morning Happytraveller22, A very positive review to read. Many thanks for taking the time to feedback your comments. These are challenging times and it is good to read that we made you feel safe and secure. Kind regards,
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Barrington M wrote a review Jan 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom115 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I booked a Groupon voucher for Sunday lunch, which included two carvery' and a bottle of wine £25.00. The carvery was very nice, choice of 3meats and good choice of vegetables. The food was hot and the plates were also hot. The staff were very pleasant. The Inn is in the process of a refurb. In the bar and restaurant area's which should be completed early Feb 2020. The Inn is open whilst referb. Is completed. Well worth a visit.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Angela W wrote a review Aug 2021
Leeds, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Firstly the positives. The meals we were served were nice. My pie and mash was very good. My husbands sausages and mash were ok but the sausages weren't brilliant apparently. The breakfasts we both had next morning were good too. The room we stayed in for the most part was very clean.
However there is a long list of negatives. On being shown to our room I could immediately see that one of the blinds had the hem coming down and the curtains needed rehanging on the pole. Tatty! In the bathroom, which I gave to say was mostly very clean and had obviously been recently refurbished, there was a very dirty, rusty toilet roll holder, with a hole for a toilet brush which was no longer there!! This didnt impress. Then when we came to use the shower the next morning neither of us could get the main head to work despite fiddling with it for 10 minutes so we had to put up with the diffuser alone so we could get a shower.
Back in the hotel itself during the course of the evening before a huge pile of dirty washing appeared to have been dumped on the floor in the restaurant/bar area while I was sat there and wasnt removed certainly before we left. Also the door to a staff preparation area with visible dirty pots and a dustbin was propped open all the time we were there.
Then on visiting the balcony a large outdoor storage box was left only partially closed with visible linen in (dont know whether it was dirty or not but it looked it) It would certainly have been wet though and it was left like this all night.
But the absolute star disaster of the evening were the beds in our room. First of all every time you tried to move the springs in the mattresses made more noise than the drum section of the Halle Orchestra and even worse they were not secured to the wall or even had the castors taken off so as the floor was covered in some form of laminate, sleeping became like some weird roller disco with them constantly moving about!!! By the time we discovered this we had both had a few drinks otherwise we would have packed up and gone home but we had to tough it out. Amazingly or perhaps due to the amount of alcohol we did manage some sleep!!
The pure lack of attention to detail and care shown in the accommodation part of this place was truly quite shocking and not acceptable. Even in the bar area, we were shown to a table for breakfast next to stacked up chairs under dust sheets.
I certainly will never ever stay here again and wouldn't reccomend it to anyone. I have worked in catering and hospitality throughout my life and I know what is and isn't acceptable to paying guests. We have also stayed in different types of accommodation all over the UK, Europe, Australia and the USA and I'm afraid this has to be one of the worst. Sorry!! I know COVID has hit the industry hard but there is no excuse for this.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Richard Morgan, General Manager at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 25 Aug 2021
Hi. Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed the food. A little confused re the sausage. We use the same sausage for breakfast as we do for lunch and dinner. The blind has been measured for a replacement and is still on order. Like most things need to be made to measure! The loo roll and brush holder is a point well made and has now been removed. I have checked the shower myself and found it works perfectly. We would have been very happy to show you if asked. Unfortunately during your visit we had to clean our only downstairs bedroom which is accessed through the left side of the restaurant. Unfortunately it seems the staff were a little slow at packing the bedding away. This has been addressed. Personally I have seen and love the Halle Orchestra. We are sorry if the mattress was not to your liking. As you point out Covid. Unfortunately with the regulations we had to move some tables and chairs and with storage at a premium that was the only place to put them. We are lucky to have two sides to the restaurant where you could have been seated away from the unsightly sights. We are sorry you would not consider a future visit. Once again thank you for your review.
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FinnytheFish wrote a review Nov 2021
Cheltenham, United Kingdom46 contributions57 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I was very shocked to read the recent review saying that the owners are new as we were all sure that they had been there for years and were thoroughly fed up with the place. We stayed on a Saturday for one night and it was very quiet. The decor everywhere is really tatty and desperately needs sprucing up - fresh paint, new carpets, new furniture. The bedroom was very basic, not at all what I would expect for £129/night! The wardrobe unit was very strange, the bed wasn't attached to the head board and so slid around, there were cardboard cups instead of proper ones, the duvet was lumpy and the bed was shoddily made, and the whole place just generally looked grubby and sad. The only good thing was the shower. The place seems to be owned by a couple whose toddler son was running around the bar/restaurant with his toys everywhere, it felt like we were in their living room and intruding. We had booked a table for dinner but the menu did not look good so we went into Hathersage. The laundry cupboard was open the whole time we were there with the contents spilling out into the hallway and the tables in the restaurant were grubby. We asked the lady to clean ours and she did a very bad job, basically just spread the crumbs around!
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Hannah C wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom4 contributions7 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sadly this hotel was a real let down and we ended up checking out a day early. Staff were absolutely fine, welcoming & polite - no problems there whatsoever. However, it was the room that was the real disappointment. Cold, sterile, & actually a bit depressing to be in. The mattress was rock hard and in all honesty we hardly slept for the one night we stayed.😞

Definitely not 4* standard and for the price we paid we were really quite shocked at just how basic the room was. As others have mentioned breakfast was bagged up and left on a table outside the rooms with a communal toaster to share amongst other guests. Completely understand the Covid situation but somehow this again felt very underwhelming considering the price paid for the accommodation.

The pub itself lacked atmosphere & charm which is also a real shame. We didn’t eat there so can’t comment on the food.

In fairness to the hotel, the man at reception was really understanding and helpful when we said we wanted to leave early and offered us a refund for the night we didn’t end up staying which was really good of them.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Tim Hudspith, Marketing at Millstone Country Inn
Responded 4 Jun 2021
Thank you for the feedback & apologies if you were disappointed with your stay. We do hope that you may have the opportunity toi visit us again when full normality has returned and the Inn is fully open. We're positive that you would depart with a far more favourable impression of the Millstone as a destination. Kind regards
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Helen C asked a question Mar 2024
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Is there any secure storage for bicycles
janmobile asked a question Sept 2020
Knaresborough, United Kingdom230 contributions70 helpful votes
We booked understanding that there was a full English Breakfast. Is this not the case?
Answer from Happytraveller22
St. Helens, England83 contributions49 helpful votes
No. When we booked via a booking website it did say there was a takeaway style continental breakfast. On checking in, we were told that due to the pub undergoing a deep clean each morning they couldn’t offer the usual breakfast.
Brian C asked a question Aug 2016
Sheffield, United Kingdom1 contribution
i would like to see your evening menu
Answer from Richard Morgan
Hathersage, United Kingdom1 contribution
Hi Brian Please visit our website and the full menu is on there. We also do a steak night on a Friday. we have bow stop doing the Italian night.
Jimbo2011_11 wrote a tip Apr 2024
Amersham, United Kingdom44 contributions67 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms all have names and are different. Little John room was excellent with a great view!"
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David G wrote a tip Mar 2024
Nottingham, United Kingdom5 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Village about 20 minute walk down / up hill. Public transport rubbish. "
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Jo Miller wrote a tip Feb 2024
Doncaster, United Kingdom1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Perfect for dogs and families"
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Cambs50 wrote a tip Jan 2024
March, United Kingdom265 contributions114 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Plenty of free parking opposite"
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Dawn wrote a tip Dec 2023
St. Neots, United Kingdom38 contributions10 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Free parking opposite. Good base for walking to Stanage edge or into Hathersage. Nice cooked breakfast."
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PRICE RANGE
£99 - £135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandPeak District National ParkHope ValleyHathersage
NUMBER OF ROOMS
9
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Frequently Asked Questions about Millstone Country Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Millstone Country Inn?
Nearby attractions include Bike Garage (2.5 miles), Ringinglow Archery (3.9 miles), and Stanage Edge (1.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Millstone Country Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Millstone Country Inn?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, blackout curtains, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Millstone Country Inn?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Millstone Country Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Millstone Country Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Hidden Gem, Village Green, and Stella's Kitchen.
Is Millstone Country Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the centre of Hathersage.
Are pets allowed at Millstone Country Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Millstone Country Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Urdu.
Are there any historical sites close to Millstone Country Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Eyam Parish Church of St Lawrence (3.1 miles), Eyam Museum (3.0 miles), and Eyam Hall & Courtyard (3.0 miles).
Does Millstone Country Inn have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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