Walkers and spa devotees will love getting away from it all at Losehill House. You really wouldn’t know it was there, tucked away in the gorgeous Derbyshire Peak District until you turn a corner and find this comfortable, 23 bedroom, four-star hotel nestling amid all the greenery.
The hotel was built as a guest house for ramblers nearly 100 years ago but since 2003 has offered a very high level of comfort: en-suite rooms with flat screen TVs, sauna, swimming pool and exterior hot tub, not to mention the award-winning Orangery Restaurant and the Thalgo Spa.
If you’re not out walking, enjoy a cream tea in the lounge or one of a number of local cask ales in the bar. Dog-owners will welcome the two mews rooms with their own external doors. The Peak District is an ideal place for some serious walkies.
The best room to book is the split level Win Hill Suite and the best dish on the Orangery menu, fillet of Derbyshire lamb with mini shepherd’s pie, carrot puree and cauliflower cheese. There’s also a private dining room if you want to arrange a big event for all the family.
Losehill House Hotel & Spa also has a Spa and Venue:
Losehill House Hotel & Spa is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"Buxton Festival, 5-21 July. Buxton’s festival took off in the 1980s after the refurbishment of its Edwardian opera house. Since then it has hosted many new productions of rarely-performed operas, including the UK premiere of Kodály's Háry János, and is now home to the Northern Chamber Orchestra. These days Buxton presents five or six operas but also has an active literary wing. Its “fringe”, one of the biggest in Britain, presents smaller works in fifty venues around the town. After the show drive across the stunning Peak District National Park to Losehill House and relax in its al fresco hot tub."
"The Countrywide Hillwalkers Association was set up in 1893 to encourage the people of Britain’s cities into the fresh air that surrounded them. In what is now the Peak District National Park, the CHA built this “permanent guest house” in 1914 for weekend ramblers. Given the taste of CHA members, it was designed in the Arts & Crafts style to maximise views of Lose Hill and it was kept open all year round. By 1919 Lose Hill House was receiving over 2,000 guests a year. It was converted into a hotel in 2003 with the addition of very un-CHA facilities like ensuite rooms, sauna, swimming pool and hot tub."
"A spectacular green lung between the cities of Manchester and Sheffield, the Peak District offers all it visitors fresh air and the time and space to inhale it. As the only luxury four-star residence located inside the Peak District national park, Losehill House provides the ideal base for those who feel they deserve their creature comforts after a day’s outdoor exercise. The hotel provides this in abundance, from its 23 luxurious rooms, to spa facilities and a heated indoor pool for soothing a hill-walker’s aching legs."
Information on Losehill House Hotel & Spa , Lose Hill Lane , Edale Road , Hope, Hope Valley
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Standard, King, Deluxe, Family Suite, Edale Suite
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome (9pm watershed in public areas for under 12s)
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (permitted in Mews Apartments)
Romantic Details: Edale Suite, Hot tub on the terrace, Orangery Restaurant with amazing views
Eco Friendly: Peak District EQM
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: lift to bedrooms, flat ground floor access
Accreditation: AA 4 Star, AA 2 Rosettes
Colour TV, DVD player, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, Luxury toiletries, bathrobes & slippers, en-suite bathroom/shower & laundry service, Room service
Gardens, Indoor heated pool, Jacuzzi, hot tub, Sauna, Spa, Bar, Restaurant, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 1 meeting room, Conference facilities, Private dining
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Croquet lawn, Walking
Golf, Clay shooting, Climbing, Horse riding, Mountain biking, Paragliding
|Local directions:||Please see our website for directions.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Sheffield (15 miles) (30 mins)
Manchester (25 miles) (1 hour) , East Midlands (35 miles) (1 hour, 15 mins)
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