Innkeeper's Lodge Hathersage, Peak District

Longshaw, South Yorkshire
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 9
  • From £39 per room per night

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Just three miles from the historic village of Hathersage, this charming country lodge dates back to 1773 and is one of the cosiest hotels in the Peak District.

The lodge, which you'll find within the Longshaw estate, offers 9 comfy, characterful rooms, a menu of hearty, seasonally inspired food, and a wide range of regularly changing cask-ales and well-chosen wines.

Longshaw is a lovely place with many hidden gems: spectacular views, ancient oak woods, sleepy meadows, heather moorland, archeological treasures and millstone quarries. Locals will proudly tell you that it's also home to the oldest continuous sheep-dog trials in the country.

If you've brought your walking boots, head for Hathersage - a great place to start your exploration of the area's intriguing rock formations. The area is a haven for walking and climbing, but it's also a popular with swimmers. That's because it's lucky enough to have its own heated outdoor swimming pool, set within a lawned enclosure and usually open from March through to September.

There are plenty more pursuits to keep you busy, with Chatsworth House, Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Sheffield Ski Village and the ancient village of Eyam all on the doorstep.

Ratings

  • AA 3 Star
National Rating
AA
3 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £39 per room per night

An en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in these rooms.

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    Family Room En-Suite 

    Family (Sleeps 4)
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £39 per room per night

An en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in our family rooms.. A double sofa bed is provided for children.

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