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Edale Road, Hope, Castleton, S33 6RF, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.6/10! (score from 62 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Losehill House Hotel & Spa.
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking, Sauna, Spa, Massage, Hot Tub, Indoor Pool
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Room Service, Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Based on 62 reviews
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In 12 acres of stunning grounds 1 mile from central Sheffield, this 4-star hotel is within easy reach of the city's arena and Pond's Forge International Sports Center.
Score from 681 reviews Very good
Located in the picturesque village of Hathersage, 10 miles from Sheffield, The George Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with private bathrooms. The restaurant has won an AA Two Rosette award.
Score from 240 reviews Excellent
Set above the oldest public house in the Peak District village of Hayfield, this small, family-run hotel provides the most modern amenities, while still retaining its old-world charm.
Score from 111 reviews Very good
Set in 5 acres of land within foothills of the Pennine hills, this early Victorian hotel offers unspoilt views of the Peak District National Park and has original features such as oak panelling and...
Score from 103 reviews Wonderful
Quiet rural location. Comfortable room and bed. Good breakfasts Mostly everything good including the pool facilities.
My sleep was disturbed by the heat of the thick duvet on the bed.
The beautiful tranquil setting. The clean and comfortable room with stunning views. Breakfast was lovely.
When we arrived the receptionist was not particularly welcoming, but I don't think she was the usual one! Dinner was extremely fancy and might not suit all tastes.
Great setting near superb walks
One bad breakfast didnt spoil the stay....
Location, grounds. Bed was comfy. Breakfast was good.
Room was dated and shabby N2. Reception wouldn't allow 6mth old sleeping baby in restaurant after 6pm so went out for lovely meal.
Good for celebrations and as a base for walking.
Having to leave a little earlier than planned due to wedding.
The staff, the food & location were faultless. Certainly will return
Nothing adverse to say
Small and cosy, well run and a good location.
Lovely setting, even though our room overlooked the car park. Went on a nice walk/hike with printed directions from hotel staff.
Restaurant dishes were tasty, but definitely not for heartier appetites. Artistic, but sparse.
Superb location and the dining room is a lovely setting. Comfortable room with a very comfortable bed
For us the food was over fussy and too elaborate as was the service in the dining room. For a property that sells itself on high quality, we did not expect to find a heavy layer of mould at the bottom of the shower curtain
The leisure facilities & the view!
The room and the food.
The woman on reception who thought she was more important than the customers !!
Been before so knew to expect luxurious accommodation.It was a perfect break,wonderful place to retreat to after wandering around the Peaks.Staff were superb,friendly and helpful at all times.England is not a cheap destination,full stop.But at least here you get what you pay for.
Nothing to dislike.
The hotel is in a beautiful location and the staff are very friendly & accommodating. The food is lovely & spa facilities are just right. Wonderful second trip to Losehill!
The lovely setting, the history of the building including the delightful newspaper article with tips on how ladies should dress for a walking holiday with the CHA in the 1920s on display in the lounge, the gracious and relaxing atmosphere in the dining room and lounge. And the delicious desserts!
Our room had wooden folding doors into the bathroom - they were awkward to use. The fan in the bathroom was very noisy and stayed on for ages. The outlet taps for the twin sinks were set too low for easy use - almost impossible to fill the kettle. One of the tap handles was loose and kept falling off. So a few design issues in the bathroom which we fed back to the reception staff. We were also disappointed with some aspects of our meal - starters - the "Heritage tomatoes" tasted like supermarket standard and the "goat's cheese parfait" seemed to be 3 very small dollops of not very tasty soft cheese. My partner was also disappointed in his lamb which he described as nothing special.
views, food, room, locations
sauna and steam room not on at 4pm when returning to hotel
Excellent room with Wi-Fi. Food locally sourced. Local real ales available.
Limited choice on menu.
Location and atmosphere
Beautiful country setting
Room layout poor, bedside tables unusable because made of metal strips. Bathroom layout poor. Staff organisation at breakfast poor, no explanation of system. Poor quality of breakfast and breakfast selection.
Nice bright room, great location, excellent food.
Breakfast was really noisy with many children, plus we were sat in the middle of the room and the floor bounced every time someone went past. I thought the room rate was quite high for what we actually got. Don't like large shared containers of toiletries - really don't like sharing them with others.
Well appointed hotel-good location
Beef was undercooked/tough, and we had to send it back- we were told it was cooked 'sous-vide', we changed for fish & chicken -those were cooked well. Flavours were good but presentation very 'nouvelle cuisine' -tiny portions. Breakfast good and well cooked but again the smallest portion of scrambled egg I've ever seen (and I've stayed in many hotels around the world!) Also the hotel details describe artisan muesli containing goji berries- I was looking forward to trying this but again the portion was so small and the goji berry pieces so miniscule they could not be tasted! The major disappointment for me was the Spa- hot tub cold and unusable
The King Room was excellent. The food was heavenly, an amazing culinary experience. The Spa facilities are excellent but not very well managed.
The sauna was not switched on in the morning at 7.30 and the tub had not been opened up. The shower/changing rooms were not cleaned on Sunday and were in a shocking state on Monday morning. There were broken glasses near the tub. We were glad to be able to use the luxurious facilities in our room. The staff were neither efficient nor very friendly
The food was outstanding. The room was lovely, spacious with good facilities. Nice products. The wifi worked brilliantly.
The size of bedroom, free wifi and scenic views
The decor needs updating in the bathroom, it looked like there had been a leak around the bath. Spa facility was a bit dirty standing water in and around the saunas, the pool was not heated.
Food was excellent
Reception staff ok but not particularly welcoming or knowledgable about area.
Relaxing stay at a beautiful hotel in an excellent location
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