Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Higham, Santo's Higham Farm Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants, Santo's Higham Farm Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Higham.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Santo's Higham Farm Hotel offer a flat screen TV.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Guests of Santo's Higham Farm Hotel are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Greyhound. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Greyhound.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Santo's Higham Farm Hotel is sure to make your visit to Higham one worth remembering.
We called here on the 13-03-2022 for afternoon tea . The sandwiches and cakes were fantastic ,we spoke to one of the waitresses and she told us all the cakes were made in house and they were gorgeous . We would highly recommend a visit for afternoon tea . We have decided to try out the Sunday roast one Sunday as we have heard they are lovely .
We as a family had a fabulous night celebrating my mums 80 th birthday .. we had a lovely large table set up in a private area of the the sports bar it was perfect for us … the food was delicious & in these testing strange covid times want to thank the staff for making our celebration a lovely night .. nothing was too much trouble and very friendly service from reception to bar to waiting on the table … can’t wait to come back to sample some more delicious food 😊
Having spent Christmas (5 nights) at this excellent Hotel, one can only praise all aspects of our stay. The Sherwood suite, perfect for our needs; food, including Christmas & Boxing Day lunches both first class and plentiful, and lastly (but certainly not least) was the Staff. Given the challenging times that the hospitality industry currently faces, and without exception, all members of Staff were prompt in service, extremely courteous, and always ready to assist when asked.
Beautiful Christmas meal served to 16 of us. The soup and mushroom starter were both lovely. The turkey and accompaniments were so tasty. Without being asked, staff came round to offer us extra gravy. I couldn’t fault a thing! Great venue, great food, great staff!
After a look at the menu for this Hotel and Restaurant and seeing some tempting main courses listed, I looked at their booking system. I didn't find any details of simple B&B prices, but Dinner B&B was offered from £163 a night for a double room. The main courses on their menu were around £28 (with a shared side dish of vegetables included), the starters were around £6, desserts the same. A quick calculation suggested that we would probably order around £35 of food each if we had our usual two-course dinner, making £163 a night attractive. I booked two nights. On arrival, we checked into our twin-bedded room (14), which was comfortable, quiet and beds a little firm for my wife but fine for me. There was a decent television and the usual tea, coffee and biscuits. The bathroom was a little tired, but a good shower and bath with ample hot water. Rather oddly, the bedroom window opened into their conservatory which fortunately was not being used during our November stay. WiFi was available in our room, but temperamental. We went for a drink in the bar before dinner where we found they had excellent real ale, Peak Gold I think and we took a look at the menu. I explained that we were on their dinner B&B package and asked if there were any supplements or restrictions on our choice. I was told we could spend up to £20 each, not enough to have even one main course (apart from a vegetarian choice). There was a choice of "pub grub" Classics such as Soup, Pie & Chips, etc which could allow 2 courses for £20, but no restaurant-style main courses which I had looked forward to. Our dissatisfaction was made clear to the night manager. That night we had pie & chips which was good and portions generous. A decent bottle of Chilean merlot cost a reasonable £17. Breakfast offered a good choice of cereals, yoghurts, pastries etc. and a spectacular Full English plate with enough on it to satisfy the largest appetite, all freshly cooked and top quality. Kippers and Smoked Salmon were available at a supplement of £5.50 and £7.00 respectively if I recall accurately. On our second night, we paid an additional £16 and chose one main course each with a shared side of vegetables. The food was good. Overall we enjoyed our stay, the staff were friendly, the location gave us a chance to take a good 10-mile hike straight out of the hotel's car park (Cocking Tor, west of the hotel) and travel from North Wales was straightforward and much of the latter part, scenic. National Trust Hardwick Hall is nearby and remains open during the winter. The dispute over the menu choice did, however, leave a bad feeling and in my opinion, amounted to a misleading description of the service available. If such a draconian interpretation of "dinner" is to be applied it should at least be made very clear on their website.…
We hired the Crystal room and bedrooms for our special occasion. The staff and Roma couldn’t do enough for us. We had afternoon tea and an evening meal. The service was excellent the rooms were great and the whole event was brilliant. Can’t thank the hotel and staff enough.
Overall a nice well located hotel with friendly service and good food. We stayed in a classic room called Great Wall. The furniture was far too big for the space available leaving us to squeeze between the bed and the wardrobe, stubbing toes on the ornate bed legs due to lack of space. We had made a special request in the booking for a room with a view which was confirmed in an email from the hotel. They subsequently sent another email withdrawing the confirmation. So the outlook was to a row of garages with the car park to one side. As it was a ground floor room with no limiters on the window opening, we had to keep the windows closed too. Overall disappointing. We will go elsewhere next time.
An awful experience, The Churchill suite was shabby, bathroom is awful, spa bath doesn’t work, had to ask for towels, bottom sheet not tucked in and looked as if the bed had been slept in. The noise from the road outside was horrendous, no secondary glazing so for the 2 nights we stayed we literally got no sleep. Very over priced for the standard of rooms and no communication reply from management about our complaints. We had to book into a premier inn to enable us to be safe to drive home, this was far nicer than the overpriced suite and we wish we had stayed there for our trip rather than the Santos. The food at the hotel is excellent but the accommodation really lets the place down.
We called without booking after a day in The Peak. A warm welcome & a meal in the Sports Bar were experienced. Lovely food served within 15 minutes. Pleasant cheerful waitress. A nice pint of Chatsworth Gold Real Ale washed down scampi & chips. Sue had the gammon. Nicely presented. Very clean throughout with an impressive foyer. A visitor from Coventry was sat at the bar. He was full of praise for the room he had been allocated. Thank you. Will call again.
We drove to Higham yesterday to explore the village, as we were considering buying a new build property nearby. It is like a ghost town, and the only signs of humanity were at this hotel, so we thought. We went to the reception desk to enquire about afternoon tea, and were met with a very abrasive response "you have to book 24 hours in advance". Reception staff should be friendly and welcoming, not make you feel as though you are being a nuisance!