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Rambler Country House Hotel
Lane Head Green
Edale
Derbyshire

S33 7ZA | View map

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The Rambler Country House is situated in Edale Valley, which lies in a beautiful setting below Kinder Scout at the start of the Pennine Way, which is England`s first and most famous long distance footpaths. When you arrive at the Rambler Country House Hotel you immediately become aware of several tangible things, the warm welcome from friendly staff, the inviting decor of a comfortable hotel and the informality of a country inn with accommodation to rival any fine hotel. The Rambler Country House is a hotel managed and staffed by people who care about its guests, whether itís providing a favourite drink or cask ale in our relaxing bar or an up to date weather forecast. Perhaps itís a break from the hustle and bustle or a planned activity break the Ramblers excellent room facilities will ensure convince and comfort is the part of every stay.

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