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How Lane Castleton Hope Valley, Castleton, S33 8WJ, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9/10! (score from 135 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Fern Cottage.
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Fern Cottage's staff speak: English
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
12:00 - 18:00 hours
06:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 1 year stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 5 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 135 reviews
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This former coaching inn has a beautiful location less than a minute’s walk from Peveril Castle, which you can climb to enjoy breathtaking views over the Hope Valley.
Score from 243 reviews Very good
Opposite the Pavilion Gardens, Buckingham Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Buxton town centre.
Score from 924 reviews Good
In the centre of Hathersage, The Little John Hotel provides bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation in Derbyshire’s Peak District.
Score from 211 reviews Very good
With a south-facing position and views towards the River Derwent, Kingfisher Lodge offers self-catering accommodation within the Peak District National Park.
Score from 19 reviews Exceptional
Location. Met a lovely lady called Joan with a delightful little dog who recommended a good family oriented pub for food. I think she was the housekeeper?
Welcomed by the maintainence man. Room dirty with mould around a window and cold. Had the boiler located in the room which was very noisy throughout the night. Not ideal when this is a family room. It woke the children. They thought it was an aeroplane! Bathroom light worked intermittently. No breakfast available.
I stayed midweek for hiking. As a solo traveller I was made to feel very much at home by the lady who runs the hotel, the room was perfect, would stay again. Right in the heart of Castleton, ideal for walks around the area. Unsure why some reviews have mentioned the rooms were cold, there was a perfectly working portable heater to use at any time which made the room lovely and toasty.
The location was perfect. I was made to feel very welcome. Coffee-making facilities & towels were provided. I had an on-suit bathroom. TV was provided. The bed was large.
The mattress on the bed was worse for wear & uncomfortable, and needed replacing. A dripping tap could be heard all night (from the shared bathroom along corridor).
situation near everything
The woman Joan was lovely and made us feel very welcome. It was everything we wanted. Great location, great people, great value for money.
Really inviting, simple & straightforward. Very pleasant
We stayed here on newyears eve. I loved how we were welcomed in as if we were visiting family. I slept feeling safe and sound. They do rhe best they can and i felt that was good enough. I would stay again. Jan is like a mommy to all love to bits. Xx
I bed was a little sqeeky but cosy and clean.
location was faultless
place needs an upgrade but old dear lovely
The location is perfect
Lovely hosts in the form of Joan and Tommy the miniature poodle Excellent location Cosy and comfortable accommodation
Small issue with hot water in our en-suite (sudden boiler problem) but we were immediately offered an alternative bathroom: wouldn't put us off returning at all :)
This property really needs updating. Every aspect of it lacks the standards of modern B&B's. It is in a great spot in the middle of Castleton but is a real let down - small rooms, poor heating facilities, no breakfast when we were there and everything creaks.
We were In a family room and after a long days hiking we were looking forward to a warm bath........ No hot water tried a shower no hot water have a wash.... No hot water charged for breakfast on credit card without giving them permission when we didn't request breakfast
Friendly, in the middle of Castleton
Limited parking, though advice given on free parking nearby
Prime location, friendly landlady, an cute dog. Room was traditional a little dated perhaps but cosy and comfortable. Really loved the atmosphere of a lovely old country cottage and will be visiting again.
The heating didn't come on till 5 o'clock and as it was a cold December day the room was a trifle chilly. However when the heating did kick in the room soon warmed up.
The room was cold, noisy with having the boiler in room, not much hot water, tv had to fiddle to get a picture.
How friendly and helpful everyone was, nothing was to much trouble and was sorry to say goodbye to Joan and Tommy
Nothing. Everything was perfect
Great location Peaceful
There was no heating or hot water during our two night stay, which made for a very cold stay during the night. Having paid for an ensuite for 4 people we were disappointed that we had to use the communal electric shower (1 shower for the entire place)....not ideal as we were on a hiking trip. We were told the boiler would be repaired by the evening but it was not. The beds were ok but not the most comfortable and the room was dated.
The b+b is in a prime location in the village,near to pubs and places to eat
Our stay was excellent and we were made very welcome by the owners. It is a charming cottage in a charming location with excellent facilities and we would certainly come back again.
Welcoming people who run the house.
Needs refurbishing & need more attention on the cleaning.
Limited parking, breakfast arrangements not very good as only one dining table for all guests to share. Breakfast itself though was nice. Staff friendly but not very professional.
A very warm welcome.
Sharing the breakfast table.
Bed very noisy
In the centre of Castleton, good for walking or looking round. Handy for puds and restaurants.
A very pleasant place to stay with friendly owners to see that my stay was happy.
Nothing to dislike
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