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How Lane Castleton Hope Valley, Castleton, S33 8WJ, United Kingdom – Show map
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6 properties in Castleton
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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
6:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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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 in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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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 199 reviews Excellent
Opposite the Pavilion Gardens, Buckingham Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Buxton town centre.
Score from 1000 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 160 reviews Very good
In the heart of the Peak District, The Snake Pass Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Bamford, alongside a cosy bar and restaurant.
Score from 164 reviews Very good
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
Good location right in the middle of the town.
The bed was just okay - could do with a new mattress. A bit overpriced compared with other similar places where we have stayed.
Friendly people, complete flexibility with all the important minor matters such as parking, times and hypoallergenic bedding, great breakfasts, unbeatable location for the Peak District, keen value.
The floorboards squeak. Yes, that's the only *infinitesimal* negative I could find!
Breakfast far too greasy & very cramped . Didn't like sharing table. Smelt of dog!!!
Very nice lady for the big welcome, perfect location near centre and bus station, nice breakfast. Very lovely dog, don't know why it have so many negative views. I like it!
Good value and location. Helpful,good breakfast. Rooms were clean.
For sale sign. Looked in need of TLC on arrival. Z beds were uncomfortable.
Facilities not as advertised - wi fi not working and no card machine despite notices on door saying they have. Beds uncomfortable and creaky and staff denied knowledge of problem
The lady who welcomed us was very kind.
The bed was the most uncomfortable bed we have ever slept in. It creaked even if we moved slightly which made sleeping very difficult. The floorboards creaked so we were woken when other guests were using a shared bathroom. It was a Saturday night and it was very noisy outside the property. We realise that this is not the property owner's fault.
The location of the B&B is fantastic. Right in the centre of Castleton and within walking distance to teh visitor centre and the pubs for dinner. The lady running this B&B, who is 80 years old, was very friendly and kind. This was my first trip away on my own and she made me feel very welcome. They have a 6 month old labrador who is rather exhuberent. If you don't like dogs then let them know and they will keep him out of the way. I like dogs and in fact took mine with me so wasn't a problem at all.
The bed was a bit creaky everytime I moved
Price very good for location.
We were on business and found everything excellent. Would stay again privately or for business
This B & B is extremely tired looking. The bed matresses were so dipped that sleeping was difficult. The carpets are ingrained with stains and even the toilet seat doesn't fit the toilet. It is very expensive for the standard of accommodation.
beds unfortunately too soft.
Friendliness of hosts. Extraordinary good value. Guest facilities. Free WiFi. Beautiful garden which you are welcome to use. Babbling brook outside window. Good Breakfast. Tasteful decor. Guest Lounges
Very friendly. Great breakfast .
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