Hathersage B&B is proud to provide relaxed and friendly accommodation in this very pretty and ever popular Peak District village.
Hathersage is surrounded by the most wonderful countryside, with rolling hills and heather moorland as far as the eye can see.
Hathersage B&B Accommodation
Hathersage B&B has three double bedrooms, all with en-suite shower facilities and beautiful garden views. The rooms are comfortable and clean, with a fresh, modern decor, and the beds are wonderfully soft and warm after a day exploring in the fresh Peak District air. All linen and towels are provided, and there’s free wifi too.
Hathersage B&B is renowned for their hearty breakfasts, always with a focus on fresh, local produce. They’ll set you up perfectly for your day in the Peak District – whatever your plans.
As would be expected in this village, Hathersage B&B has been designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. They offer secure storage for bikes and a dedicated drying room for when the weather gets the better of you and your equipment! Or, if your pursuits are less energetic, the south-facing terrace is the ideal spot to drink in the panoramic views, from Millstone Edge in the east towards Hope and Mam Tor in the west.
Please note that the sloping nature of the site and the way the house was originally constructed means that that there are six steps (with a handrail) up to the entrance. Once inside, the accommodation is all on one level.
Free parking is available on site at Hathersage B&B.
Hathersage B&B is happy to welcome one dog and children aged 10 and over, although please do let them know in advance when booking.
“This is a lovely place to stay. Jo is unfailingly helpful and friendly and adds lots of little thoughtful touches – a torch to find the way home, fresh milk in fridge in the guests’ conservatory, cake in the afternoon – and the breakfasts are simply wonderful. Good food, imaginative or traditional, served beautifully. Thank you.”
Hathersage B&B location
Hathersage is a wonderful place to base yourself! Located in the heart of the Hope Valley, there’s no shortage of activities to occupy you here. Walkers, climbers and cyclists have long been drawn to the striking gritstone edges, miles of footpaths and bridleways and stunning views at every turn in this part of the Peak District. You can choose from any number of routes quite literally from the doorstep of Hathersage B&B.
For a rural Peak District village, Hathersage really does have something to offer for everyone. As well as numerous outdoor shops and gift shops, it boasts four fabulous pubs (all within a short walk of the B&B) offering different dining options. There are also several cafes and tearooms, an award-winning deli, two Indian restaurants, a fish & chip shop, a bakery, a butcher, a pharmacy and a number of general stores.
Hathersage also has a wonderful outdoor swimming pool – voted the best lido in Britain. It is open and heated all year round and surely offers the best views from a swimming pool in the whole of Britain?!
A few minutes’ drive from Hathersage B&B brings you to the stunning Upper Derwent Valley and the famous reservoirs of Ladybower, Derwent and Howden. As well as being surrounded by fabulous scenery, the reservoirs are renowned for being the site of the practice bombing missions for 617 Squadron, the ‘Dambusters’, in the Second World War.
A little further along the Hope Valley brings you to the pretty village of Castleton, home to Peveril Castle, the famous show caverns and the magical beauty of Winnats Pass. A little further afield, the stately homes of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, as well as the ancient market town of Bakewell, are all within an easy 20-30 minute drive.
And in between them all, any number of picturesque and historic villages, local landmarks and beauty spots to discover.
For a great walk direct from Hathersage B&B, check out Let’s Go Peak District’s ‘Wild About Hathersage’ Walk, a challenging 12 mile trek that takes in the best of Hathersage’s fabulous moorland scenery. Or for a gentler stroll, try either the ‘Hathersage Fairy Woods’ Walk (2 miles) through beautiful woodlands and up to a vineyard, or the ‘Gentle Grindleford’ Walk (6 miles), a saunter along riverbanks and country trails. All the walks start and end in Hathersage. Enjoy!
Contact Hathersage B&B
For more information, to check availability or to make a booking, please get in touch with Hathersage B&B – Jo will be delighted to help you!
Please like and share 😁Who fancies sitting out here for a morning coffee, gazing up at the mighty heights of Millstone Edge and planning your day's adventures?! Well you can do exactly that when you stay at the relaxed, friendly Hathersage B&B!
Here you'll find three spacious, bright bedrooms, with wonderfully soft beds to return to after a day exploring in the Peak District, and a hearty breakfast to wake up to.
As you might expect in Hathersage, this B&B has been designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. There's secure storage for bikes and a dedicated drying room for when the weather gets the better of you and your equipment. It's dog-friendly too, so your four-legged friend can join in the fun as well!
Lovely shot of the village in the frostWho agrees that frosty Hathersage looks like a scene from ‘The Holiday’? 🎄🎥❄️ This idyllic Peak District village is surrounded by some of the area’s most stunning landscapes including Stanage Edge ⛰ and was also used as inspiration in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre! 📖