B and Bs in Hope Valley

Underleigh House
Lose Hill Lane
Off Edale Road
Hope

Hope Valley
Derbyshire

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Nestling under Lose Hill in the beautiful Hope Valley, Underleigh is in an idyllic and peaceful location amidst glorious scenery in the heart of magnificent walking country. This extended cottage and barn conversion (dating from 1873) is the perfect base for exploring the Peak District and for walkers who love their creature comforts. Each of the 4 en-suite rooms (3 of which have their own lounges) is furnished to a high standard with many thoughtful extras included. Delicious award-winning breakfasts in the flagstoned dining hall feature local and home-made specialties. Scrupulous attention to detail and unforced hospitality makes a stay at Underleigh House special and brings guests back time after time.

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Ratings/Awards: Ratings/Awards: 5 Star Gold Award (VisitEngland and AA)
Recommended by Alastair Sawday’s and the Good Hotel Guide.
Holder of both AA and VisitEngland breakfast awards.
Selected as an Editor’s Choice for Walking and for being Eco friendly in the Good Hotel Guide.

Price per Person

Double: £100-£130 (Price per room not per person)
Twin: £100-£130 (Price per room not per person)
Single: £80 - £100 (Price per room not per person)
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Special Diets Catered For -by arrangement
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year - except Xmas/New Year & January
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
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