In the heart of the Peak District village of Bamford lies The Derwent Country House , where contemporary interiors and sophistication run throughout the venue for your friends and family to experience. This converted former hotel/pub provides a fabulous self catering venue for up to 41 guests all under one roof, and a memorable experience for all who walk through its doors. The Derwent Country House is perfect for family get togethers, friends reunions or anyone who is seeking a unique, individual concept for exclusive use of your own hotel with a private pub on tap! Noth that you will ever want to leave the house, but outside there is more on offer. Venture on country walks through the National Park on your doorstep, visit Castleton and Hathersage and just a few minutes drive away Lady Bower reservoir in the Upper Derwent Valley.
What makes a stay at Derwent Country House - Peak Venues unique?
- Former Country Hotel offering plenty of social space and large bedrooms.
- Experience life behind a bar with the original bar area still in place- catered with wine fridges in the bar area.
- Located near to the historic dams and reservoirs that have a connection to the Dam Busters, you really must pay this area a visit.
- Offering large boutique style bedroom, you have plenty of room whilst you stay
What is the capacity for Derwent Country House - Peak Venues?
The Derwent can sleep up to 40 - offering various bed options for your stay depending on your group.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bamford area?
- On your doorstep is The Derwent Valley, here you have 3 reservoirs and steeped in history with their connection to the Dambusters. There is a museum to visit that gives you all the details of the 617 squadron.
- Castleton is a short drive away. Several caverns are within the village to explore - ideal for children, but do bear in mind some have numerous steps down into the larger caves. The village itself has quaint shops / cafes and pubs to enjoy after your day outdoors
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
- The Anglers Rest in Bamford, is the community owned pub, offering a post office and cafe service too!
- The Yorkshire Bridge is a 20 minute walk away which serves tradiotional food food
- The nearest restaurants are in Hathersage, if you are wanting an Indian or Castleton for an Italian
- The surrounding villages of Bamford each contain their own village pub so if you fancied travelling a little further afield you would struggle to know where to stop and try!
- There are a couple of cafes in Hathersage where you can go to grab a sandwich or just coffee and cake
The Derwent does not accept dogs we're afraid.