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All reviews tiny hamlet steeped in history local pub peak district longer visit garden room wet room derbyshire countryside the perfect host nothing is too much trouble couple of nights hardwick hall local area homemade jams stayed longer places of interest beautiful house
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Reviewed 22 November 2017

Stayed at Manor Farm for one night on our way to York but wished we’d had time to stay longer. It is in a beautiful rural setting and steeped in history. Gilly was the perfect host and we immediately felt “at home”. The room was spotlessly clean, well equipped, had a comfortable bed, a view over countryside and was full of charm. Breakfast was excellent served in Gilly’s wonderful farmhouse kitchen. Would return for another stay in a heartbeat and would certainly recommend Manor Farm to others.

Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
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Gilly G, Owner at The Manor Farmhouse Dethick, responded to this reviewResponded 15 May 2018

Thank you for taking the time to write such a positive review about your visit to Manor Farm. We are really pleased that your experience left you "wanting more"and hope you return again soon.

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Reviewed 5 November 2017

We stayed at The Manor Farmhouse on a visited to the Critch Tramway Museum. On arriving at the Farmhouse - I thought 'wow'! and on entering I was not disappointned. It was quirkey but very classy and not a speck of dust anywhere. The room was big, white and beautiful furniture, with a lovely spotless en-suite to match. The owners were away, but we were served by Freddie and Tim, who were the perfect hosts and served up the most healthy and delightful breakfasts. The history of the Farmhouse was a bonus and I just had to have a photo of where 'der plot was planned to 'do in' Elizabeth 1st!' I certainly will be back in the future and yes Freddie and Tim when in France will come and see you x

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
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Gilly G, Owner at The Manor Farmhouse Dethick, responded to this reviewResponded 15 May 2018

Thank you so much for your review of the Manor Farmhouse. We are really pleased - although we had every confidence - that you were very well looked after by Tim and Freddie who were holding the fort for us. I'm sorry we did not get to meet you, but hope you will
return to us one day.

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

The Manor Farmhouse Dethick was the birthplace of Sir Anthony Babington in the 15th century. Dethick is a tiny hamlet of three farms and a church. The oldest part of the house is the kitchen where we were treated to a delicious breakfast. The house is fascinating and Simon and Gilly are excellent hosts with lots of local knowledge and very good on clear directions. There are plenty of places to explore to suit all ages and tastes , and several pubs and restaurants for meals in the area. We would definitely return!

Stayed: October 2017
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Gilly G, Owner at The Manor Farmhouse Dethick, responded to this reviewResponded 15 May 2018

Thank you very much for your review of your visit to The Manor Farmhouse at Dethick. We are really pleased that you enjoyed your time here and we really hope that you will return one day. Again, many thanks for your review.

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

Manor Farm is a historically significant house in the smallest hamlet in the quiet Derbyshire countryside. Anthony Babington of Babington Plot fame lived here. One cannot help but imagine the goings-on in this house all those centuries ago. Within easy access to Bakewell and Matlock, the tiny hamlet of Dethick is close to the edge of the Peak District and affords hundreds of walks / cycle rides.

The B&B experience was very special indeed. Gilly is a most welcoming host; nothing is too much trouble. She provides you with printouts of walks you might want to embark on and is a font of information in the local area and its history. The room and en suite bathroom were spotlessly clean and very tastefully furnished. The double bed was huge, sumptuously comfortable and the room even had plenty of space for an extra bed for our teenage daughter.

And the breakfasts are to die for! They are specially ordered from the night before and Gilly prepares them herself in the enormous kitchen / breakfast room with immensely thick stone walls, dating back to 500 years ago or more.

We were in awe of the place and would love to go back at any time of the year. A fantastic place to explore from, to relax in the gardens, snuggle up indoors on snowy days, then to go back home all refreshed and recharged. Thank you so much, Gilly.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
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Gilly G, Owner at The Manor Farmhouse Dethick, responded to this reviewResponded 15 May 2018

Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review of your visit to The Manor Farmhouse at Dethick. We are really pleased that you enjoyed your visit - so much that you want to return to us. We try really hard to give our guests a memorable experience and we hope that you will return again soon.

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Reviewed 21 October 2017

Stayed with my wife just over a week ago - very pleasant stopover and would certainly considering returning on next foray north.

As a bonus we were able to pop into Kedleston before arriving (30 mins to the south) and then to Hardwick Hall the following date before going to Richmond.

Breakfast excellent in all respects - my wife particularly enjoyed the vegetarian platter option - and we had a very good supper at the Plough at Brackenfield.

Do not leave without visiting the church nearby

Room Tip: had the upstairs room with view of garden - they all look good
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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groomg, Owner at The Manor Farmhouse Dethick, responded to this reviewResponded 31 March 2018

Thank you very much for your review of The Manor Farmhouse. We were really pleased to read your complimentary comments about us and the information on places to visit. It's good to know how much you enjoyed your stay with us - it gives us all a boost - and we do hope you will come back to us. I apologise for the time it has taken to respond to the review you took the time to write - I usually respond very quickly.

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