Rural situation, deep in the limestone area or "white Peak" district. Alton Towers fun park 35 minutes.
Beautiful Derbyshire Dales easily accessible -Peak villages with wonderful churches and stately homes - Chatsworth House 20 mins.
Manchester/East Midlands airports one hour away.
See Cressbrook Hall website;
Guestrooms are elegant and spacious-all ensuite and very private.
Famous formal gardens by Edward Kemp: stone carved balustrade overlooks steep-sided valley:rose garden with sundial,access to pond or river path via "nun's steps". River walks. All cottages are within the private grounds. Breathtaking location.
Celebration/reunion meals served in elegant,period private dining room - candlelit dinn
ers a speciality.
Restaurants, country pubs nearby -nightclubs (Sheffield)30 mins.
Formal restored gardens, large conservatory.
Staff development groups, team building events, corporate training courses.
Games room , sauna, sunbed, laundry, shop,table licence, five a side football, large pond in grounds. Opportunities for walking, climbing, abseiling, fishing,swimming, golf all close by. Prime region for hang gliding,paragliding and sailplaning.
Policies & Restrictions
No smoking or pets in Cressbrook Hall ;
smokers welcome in cottages and also dogs.
Facilities for children - all ages.
Rates & Availability
En - suite double,twin or family rooms (4 poster).
Seven self-catering cottages of varying sizes.
Contact Mrs. Bobby Hull-Bailey for bed & breakfast
and also cottage accommodation bookings.
Tel. 01298 871289
Cressbrook Hall website:
Located at the centre of the Peak National Park, Cressbrook is 4 miles Northwest of Bakewell and 9 miles east of Buxton.
Map Reference is SK 170729.
Discounted bed & breakfast rates for 3 nights or more.
Mrs. Bobby Hull-Bailey.Cressbrook Hall & Cottages,
Nr. Bakewell, Buxton, Derbys.,, United Kingdom SK 17 8SY View Interactive Map