We have both stayed in a number of hotels and bed and breakfasts throughout the years and have to say this is up there with the best. The welcome was warm and friendly after a very long journey. Not only was the accommodation cosy and clean but the original pieces of art on the walls gave it a very boutique feel. The milk in the fridge, tea, coffee and a barrell of chocolate biscuits was a welcome and personal touch that set this a cut above most other bed and breakfasts.
As we are two men of large proportions the breakfast did not dissapoint not only was it healthy (although it didn't feel it) the fruit and home grown/made raspberry sauce set us up for a day in the outdoors.
If you are travelling in Derbyshire please give this place a try, you will not be disappointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This B&B sits in acres of gardens and hundreds of acres of open fields which overlook the softly wooded Derwent Valley. We provide a range of rooms, private suites, and self catering cottages to suit every requirement. The accommodation is well placed for visiting all the attractions of the Peak District and the many museums and houses of the Derwent Valley. It is also situated only 30-50minutes from the major cities of Derby, Nottingham and Sheffield making it an ideal retreat for business related accommodation. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Avista B&B At Penrose Crich, Derbyshire