Stretton House is a charming countryside retreat for friends and family celebrations. For a special weekend or mid-week break Stretton House is ideally tailored for large groups in a luxury setting. The private gravel road leads to the impressive house with its own formal gardens and parkland overlooking an ornamental lake.
What makes a stay at Stretton House unique?
The Stretton House from the 17th century is an impressive Derbyshire country house, greatly extended in Victorian times. It has a historical link to the building of the local mainline railway connecting London to Leeds.
What is the capacity for Stretton House?
Stretton House comfortably accommodates up to 30/32 guests in luxurious surroundings, for that special weekend or mid-week break. The whole party can comfortably dine at a single table in the conservatory which seats up to 30/32 guests. There is also an alternative dining option in the formal reception room seating 30/32 guests.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Stretton House has two well equipped ground floor dining kitchens to offer optimal flexibility for self-catering or for outside caterers. There are two dining room options, to choose from. There is the more formal reception room or the conservatory, both seating up to 32 guests. For those that would rather dine out, the nearest pub/restaurant is just a half a mile from the house, along with many other eatery options in nearby Ashover, a favourite being the CAMRA regional pub of the year, Poet's Corner, which is just a short drive away.