Group of 8 of us visited for 3 nights in May and had a really good stay.
We were there for mountain biking in the Peak District and this was a really good spot for exploring the area.
We had a mix of rooms in the pub and in the annex. All worked well for us being clean, spacious and generally well appointed. Only slight disappointment was that we paid for twin rooms and in reality they were doubles with a sofa bed as the second bed and for the price you pay I would expect two proper beds.
This said breakfast was great, staff very friendly and beer was excellent.
Very good place to stop in the Peaks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you're looking for a hotel in the Peak District, Innkeeper's Lodge in Castleton occupies a magical spot in a beautiful corner of Derbyshire.Nestled amongst the hills of Hope Valley, and surrounded by stark limestone crags, wild moors, sheer rock edges and intriguing caves, it's clear to see why Castleton is known as the honey-pot of the Peak District.A coaching inn since the 1800s, The Castle is tucked underneath haunted Peveril Castle, from which it takes its name. Country pubs don't come much cosier. Here you can refuel with heart-warming pub-food, well-kept cask ales and well-chosen wines, before retiring to one of the comfy, characterful rooms.The Castle is close to four show caverns, where you can explore vaulted chambers, bottomless pits, gemstone mines and underground canals via boat. There's plenty more to see and do nearby, with some of the country's best footpaths winding through the stunning scenery of the Peak District National Park. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Castle Hotel Castleton
- Innkeeper's Lodge Castleton, Peak District Peak District National Park