The Lodge is a stone-built old milking parlour, set on the grounds of a magnificent Grade II listed Derbyshire longhouse, with views of a courtyard with ducks, chickens, peacocks and a traditional 2 storey stable block on one side and open fields, sheep and a babbling brook on the other. The Lodge has been recently lovingly refurbished to a high standard. It has a large open plan living area with a sofa and a TV, a dining area and a shower room. Whether you opt for Self Catering or Bed & Breakfast you get unrestricted private access to the entire Lodge.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Lodge Dale End House?
The Lodge has a large open plan lounge with sofa and TV, a dining area and a shower room. Underfloor heating throughout. B&B guests receive a breakfast hamper which includes local produce. Guests may also use the kitchen facilities as they wish to prepare other meals during their stay. The bedroom has an antique king-sized double bed with down duvet and feather pillows romantically lit by a crystal chandelier. Decorated throughout with fine furnishings and historical colours. There is ample parking and secure indoor space for bikes. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bakewell area?
Right from the doorstep you will find some of the best walking, mountain biking and climbing this area has to offer. If you're interested in visiting historic houses then you will find two of the best nearby. The Lodge is just 5 miles from Chatsworth House and 8 miles to Haddon Hall. The closest town is historical Bakewell, home to the Bakewell Pudding as well as several antique shops, cafés and shopping arts and crafts.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
For B&B guests, you are served breakfasts in The Lodge dining room. In addition, B&B guests have use of the kitchen facilities to prepare other meals during their stay.