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A very well equipped cottage. Also well equipped for dog. Location not perfect and bed rather small. Handy for dog walks. All fittings very new. Local info good. Owner very helpful. An expert on local walks.
The service was absolutely excellent and I couldn't fault the waiting staff. However the food was extremely average and wildly overpriced. Coffee with" petit fours" at £4 consisted of bland coffee with one square of fudge per person. I live locally and there are much...More
This was my second experience of an afternoon tea at East Lodge- a place local to me .
The garden on a sunny day was a lovely venue & my friend & I were celebrating our birthdays . I really hoped it would be a...More
Wow, what a lovely place. Relaxing atmosphere, attractive gardens and tastefully decorated room with thoughful additions like tv above the bath and quiet aircon. Both dinner and breakfast were delicious, fresh local ingredients, beautifully presented.
Ian and his team are perfect hosts, attentive and friendly,...More
Called for Sunday lunch with family. My second visit to the restaurant today after about 2 years. Venue fantastic staff really friendly and polite. Very disappointed with the food. I asked for vegetable soup to start with which was very bland and tasteless. Main course...More
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US$146 - US$332 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated... More
The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated by Dr Beeching in 1966 since the line from Bakewell to Buxton (The Monsal Trail) is now a brilliant walking track with all the tunnels open to make a fascinating experience. The express bus into Buxton and then the train would be the simplest way to get to Manchester. Alternatively the local bus to Sheffield and then the train.