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Peak District Bed and Breakfast - The Pines Bed & Breakfast - Darley Bridge




    On the edge of the sweeping landscapes of the Peak District The Pines is ideally located for those visiting Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Castleton, Buxton, Matlock and Bakewell.

    Situated in wonderful gardens The Pines combines character with comfort and offers high quality ensuite accommodation with single, double, twin or family bedrooms.

    The Pines has private parking and is an ideal base for walking, fishing, canoeing, cycling, wedding guests and for those touring Derbyshire and visiting the National Peak Park. We are dog friendly and wild deer can often be seen roaming freely in local woods and fields in the village of Darley Bridge which is on the river Derwent.

    Whilst keeping many original features including open fires and exposed beams The Pines, built in 1825, has recently been refurbished to the highest standards. We have three en suite bedrooms with everything you would expect from a high class bed and breakfast including free access to Wi-Fi.
    One of our rooms has a four poster bed and each are named after famous women with a Derbyshire connection – Bess of Hardwick, Florence Nightingale and Vivienne Westwood.

    With a walled drive and wisteria covered frontage our detached stone guest house has a well established garden with a giant Sequoia pine tree, pond, various statues and a variety of birds that visit us all year round.

    There are wonderful walks from our front door with beautiful views along rivers and dales.
    Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are a short drive away.
    The two village public houses in Darley Bridge serve very good meals and are in easy walking distance. The Peacock Hotel and East Lodge Hotel, in nearby Rowsley, offer excellent meals as do many other local restaurants and pubs in Winster, Matlock and Bakewell.

    Our guesthouse is small and personal and you can expect an extremely warm welcome from your friendly host Cheryl.

    With comfort, serenity and relaxation in mind at The Pines, we pride ourselves on making you feel at home.

    Traditional, continental and vegetarian breakfasts with homemade bread and toast with a selection of homemade jams and marmalade all served in our delightful breakfast hall. In the summer, breakfast can be taken on the garden patio.
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    Room Rates from
    Prices are per room, per night

    The Hardwick
    double £90
    Single £60

    The Nightingale
    Double £80
    Single £50

    The Westwood
    double or Twin £80
    Single £50

    Extra Options
    Three course vegetarian evening meal £20 by prior arrangement
    Packed lunch £5


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