Peak District Group Accommodation - Toft Hall - Heaton, Peak District (20 guests)
Toft Hall is situated on the western edge of the Peak District – and on a clear day there are views for miles to the Welsh mountains. Toft Hall was once the home of the High Sheriff of Staffordshire and was originally built in approximately 1590. Needless to say there are a wealth of exposed beams and quirky features (including wattle and daub panels and a cruck frame). With a lovely mature garden, Toft Hall is the venue to choose if you like a quirky house but please note there are some low doorways.
Toft Hall can accommodate 20 people in nine bedrooms with four bathrooms.
4 Double bedrooms, 1 Quad (with 4 single beds), and 4 twin bedrooms. Additionally, the detached Toft Barn situated in the courtyard by Toft Hall has a further six bedrooms for an additional 12 guests and also Chels Barn in the courtyard has a further 6 bedrooms for an additional 12 guests. Toft Nook is another outhouse in the same courtyard for space for between 2/3 guests, with an extra double bed and bathroom.
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