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How Lane Castleton Hope Valley, Castleton, S33 8WJ, United Kingdom – Show map
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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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In the centre of Hathersage, The Little John Hotel provides bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation in Derbyshire’s Peak District.
Score from 187 reviews Very good
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 230 reviews Very good
Surrounded by the Peak District countryside Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese inn is in the picturesque village of Castleton.
Score from 9 reviews Fabulous
The Rambler Inn is nestled into the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. This charming country inn offers en suite accommodation, a bar and a restaurant.
Score from 214 reviews Fabulous
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
The owner's mother tried to be helpful
The place is up for sale so the owner seemed to have no incentive to offer any level of service. It is in a very poor state of repair, there appears to have been no decoration or maintenance for many years. The main toilet outlet pipe was held in place with gaffer tape and leaked on to the bathroom floor. There was a gas boiler installed in the bedroom cupboard. Apart from the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning it meant that whenever anyone else in the property turned on a hot water tap the boiler would fire up and wake us up. The shower was fitted to the bath taps. The adjustment on it was so poor that you would either be scalded or have a cold shower. The mattresses were very poor quality (widely spaced springs and no padding) and very uncomfortable. Double glazing had been fitted but obviously not by a reputable fitter. There was a fully opening window next to a child's bed in our first floor room. The window extended down to about a foot off the floor. There was no safety catch so a child could have opened the window and fallen out. The general level of cleanliness was very poor. The sealant around the bath and windows had lots of black mold. They claim to have off road parking. This is true, but only for one car, and they have four rooms. If a second car were parked it would block the first in. We left without staying for the full duration we had booked. In hindsight we should have just walked away as soon as we saw the 'For Sale' sign. When we left the owner was extremely rude to us. I wish there was an option to upload some photos with this review.........
Location was good and the Bull hotel had nice evening meals.
Whole place was sad and run down and for a twin room at £65 there was no breakfast included.
The cottage was really lovely and quaint. The room was warm, quiet and well appointed and a good price. I liked the hosts Keith and Joan as they were friendly and so very helpful and willing to go the extra mile to make my stay comfortable and happy. Right in Castleton so close to local attractions. Parking onsite. Would stay again and recommend to other travellers.
Nothing to dislike
cheap, cheerful and good breakfast
its up for sale, and the downstairs layout is a bit odd, but hey ho we only wanted it for a bed for the night
Friendly staff, very welcoming.
Well where do I start, Mother was Lovely, warm welcome and the dog was well happy, seems mothers doing a lot to keep this place going at the moment, and the house keeper who cooked breakfast, nice lady, breakfast was lovely. Location is bang on.
Owner (the son) was very rude, only spoke to him on the phone, when I arrived there was a sign on the door saying "I'm disabled ring this number to gain entry", no issue with that, gladly rang the number but his attitude was very poor, I was on the main road, at 6pm, couldnt hear what he said, I said sorry what was that, he shouted she will be out in a minute, his mother is keeping this place going, and the housekeeper, my biggest tip would be tell the son to move out, change the squeaky mattress, bit of a paint job, and this place could create a nice steady income.
Central Castleton location. Friendly landlady and dog. Comfortable bed. Quiet room. Flexibility about bringing and preparing our own breakfast.
Totally insufficient hot water for adequate shower (lack of pressure). Strong cooking smells in entrance hall. Property needs some upgrading for the price.
The bed was huge and extremely comfortable. I liked the tea and coffee making facilities and the toiletries available in the bathroom.
Although the puppy was sweet he did jump up at us a lot. The TV was quite temperamental. The breakfast was delicious but rather expensive.
Location,price,and warm welcome
Friendly staff, tea and coffee in bedrooms. Clean towels and comfy bed.
Breakfast was an excellent cooked one, but it would have been nice to have fresh fruit. The towels and bedding (sheets, duvet) were fine
The mattresses (3) were either hard, lumpy or hammocky. The shower was okay, but rather light in pressure
en suit lovely location
the breakfast was lacking and at an additional seven pounds would go to cafe cuttlery and crockery were unclean staff ignorant
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