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Horsleygate Hall
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Reviewed 22 April 2013

We've just had a w/end walking in Peak district. Margaret & Robert's hospitality in Horsleygate hall was perfect. lt is a comfortable classy old stone house with 3 let bedrooms only & open feel to use of lounge & dining room, full of interesting old pieces. Gardens fit for the NT top-ten gardens in derbyshire book.. a truly wonderful woodland garden, sculptures, sweeping lawns with herbacious borders & veg garden all ready to plant-out. lt was a very beautiful environment to return to after a days walking, & they strike just the right balance between warm hospitality & freedom to do ones own thing. thankyou.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 November 2012

From the time you go through the gates, you feel as though you've entered an enchanted world intoxicating your senses with scents & sights from the flowers to truly transport you to another world. The house, and its occupants - Robert & Margaret, are both warm & welcoming. Their openness to let you explore their exquisite gardens & indulge you with fantastic jams etc made with fruit from those very gardens.......mmm. We stayed with them in June 2012 and yes, when it got cold, there was a crackling fire & piping hot cuppa tea waiting for us. If you are visiting these parts, then this is definitely the only place to stay. If not, go visit...to rejuvenate your senses & be one with nature again.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 October 2012

This is the ideal place to stay if you're visiting Chatsworth House and the Yorkshire Sculpture Garden in Wakefield. A real treat. Only three roooms in this late 18 century farmhouse, so we were lucky to have booked in advance. The breakfast is home-made, and people come from afar just to look at the garden. Margaret and Robert made us feel as relatives who came to stay and not as paying guests. We went for dinner at The Angel Inn in Holmsfield, and the food was fabulous and the servce superb.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 June 2012

A friendly welcome from both Mr and Mrs Ford and a cup of tea in the sitting room where a fire was lit for us (in June!). The house, which is part Georgian and part Victorian is full of interesting objects and feels very comfortable. The bedroom was good and the gardens are stunning.A nice breakfast to start the day and I recommend this B & B if you want to explore the Peak District.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 April 2009

After slip-sliding our way down the approach road due to the snow and ice, we were welcomed with a lovely cup of tea and cake - just what the doctor ordered.

Our room was large with a seating area in the window from which we could see the snow lying on the hills. We were supposedly sharing a bathroom, but there was no evidence of any other sharees.

Breakfast is in the old schoolroom on an old round table and was tasty. You do have to drive to any pubs to eat but they are nearby and provide goo dwholesome food.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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