Castleton Road, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S32 1EH
Sladen Lodge is a luxury self-catering property located in Hathersage in the Peak District. It is surrounded by countryside, but only 5 minutes walk to the centre of the village. Guests will love the views of the Hope Valley and the many choices of walks or other activities nearby. Sleeping up to 16 guests in 7 en-suite bedrooms.
What makes a stay at Sladen Lodge unique?
Sladen Lodge is maintained to a high standard with cosy furnishings in the lounge, brand new Hypnos beds in all bedrooms, recently fitted kitchen and new en-suite bathrooms. It is located close to local pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops.
What is the capacity for Sladen Lodge?
Sladen Lodge can sleep up to 16 guests in 7 en-suite bedrooms. There are two extra single beds within the largest bedroom, making a total of 16 beds. Each bedroom is en-suite with walk in rainforest showers, and one en-suite has a bath/ shower. The kitchen is very well equipped -there are plenty of plates, glasses, cutlery for all guests.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hope Valley area?
Hathersage is a popular village for walkers, mountain bikers, climbers and many other outdoor activities. A list of local activity providers can be supplied on request.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are some excellent pubs and restaurants in the village within walking distance and details or recommendations can be provided on request.
Information on Sladen Lodge , Castleton Road , Hathersage , Hope Valley
|Price & Room details:||
Price Per Week From: £3000
Price Per Week To: £3500
Gas/Electricity Included: Yes
Sleeps Minimum of: 7 people
Sleeps Up To: 16 people
Rooms / Buildings Description: 7 Twin/Superking all en-suite + 2 extra beds in room 2 sleeping up to 16 guests in one property. Although there are a 4 steps leading to the front of Sladen Lodge once inside the property is all on one level.
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Eco Friendly: Peak District Environmental Quality Mark
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Local Services Nearby: Yes
Local Service Details: a choice of pubs, restaurants and local shops within walking distance
Change Over: Friday
|Local directions:||Sladen Lodge is located on the A6187. Whilst travelling on the A6187 from Sheffield to Castleton continue through the village of Hathersage. You will pass the George Hotel on your right and then a right turn called Jaggers Lane. Stay on the main road for another 100 metres and you will see the signpost to Sladen Lodge on your right next to the railway bridge.|
|Bedroom Facilities:||All bedrooms can be twins or zipped together to make superkings and are en-suite with LCD TVs, Wi-Fi internet access, Bedlinen and towels, All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, Hairdryers|
|Property Facilities:||Large garden with fantastic views, Spacious attractive garden with south facing patio and views of the Hope Valley, Sitting room with 47 inch LCD Sky TV, BluRay player, Wi-fi & Wireless in all areas, 2 dishwashers available for guest use, 2 x Kitchens for guest use, 2 x cookers plus large 5 ring hob available for guest use, Catering available by arrangement, Corporate bookings welcome - please enquire, Fridge/freezer available for guest use, Gas / Electricity included, High Chair available for guest use, Plenty of parking space, Washing Machine available for guest use|
|Nearby Activities:||Ringinglow Archery is nearby, Sickleholme Golf Club is nearby, Clay pigeon shooting, Climbing / Abseiling on the world famous Stanage Edge nearby, Excellent area for fell running, Fishing can be arranged at Ladybower Fisheries, Gliding can be arranged at nearby Abney, Go-Karting can be arranged nearby at Buxton, Hathersage heated open air swimming pool is 5 minutes walk, Many historic attractions in the area, Many routes for road cycling and mountain bikers, Many walks from the door for all abilities, Wildlife & Bird Watching - a great area to see a variety of birds and other wildlife|
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