Hathersage B&B has been proud to provide relaxed and friendly accommodation for over two years in this very pretty and ever popular Peak District village.
Hathersage is surrounded by the most wonderful Dark Peak countryside, with rolling hills and heather moorland as far as the eye can see.
Hathersage B&B Accommodation
At Hathersage B&B we have three double bedrooms, all with en-suite shower facilities and beautiful garden views. Our rooms are comfortable and clean, with a fresh, modern decor, and our beds are wonderfully soft and warm after a day exploring in the fresh Peak District air. All linen and towels are provided, and we have free wifi too.
We are renowned for our hearty breakfasts, always with a focus on fresh, local produce. They will set you up for your day – whatever your plans.
As would be expected in Hathersage, our B&B has been designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. We 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 our 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
We are happy to welcome one dog and children aged 10 and over, although please do let us know in advance.
“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.”
There is 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 our doorstep.
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 three fabulous pubs (all within a short walk of the B&B) offering different dining options. There are also several cafes and tea rooms, an award-winning deli, a gin bar, two Indian restaurants, a bakery and, for something completely out of the ordinary, the fabulous Hathersage Social Club – definitely the only ‘kitchen, bar and mini cinema’ in the Hope Valley!
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!
Sound the alarm - we've got one table for up to eight people that's become available on the evening of Saturday, 8th December. Next month is rather fully booked, so this is a great chance to get your whole gang together, feast and raise a glass to the festive season. This is a truly special evening. Check out our menu here: bit.ly/2DOrgxa and give us a call to book in! ... See MoreSee Less
Great local facility, especially for those dodgy weather days...Looking forward to opening our doors to the public on Monday from 9am-4pm. Free registration & induction, free rock shoe hire, free tea & coffee. You can't go wrong! Newbies and experienced climbers welcome. Entry £5 Adults, £4 Juniors and £3 <14's ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for a great day out on the cheap and on public transport? Train to Bamford and the @hopevalleyadventurehub pick up a bouldering mat/shoes and a guidebook. Bus to Burbage South Boulders (return) and a pint in the @theanglersrest_bamford before catching the train home. Or stay another day, get a mountain bike from @bike_garage and adventure! #peakdistrict #climbing #theoutdoorcity ... See MoreSee Less
Thinking of starting or returning to yoga classes ..... The new half term block runs from Monday 4 June to Friday 13 July. It is a 6 week block and the cost is £48. The couples discount is extended for one more half term and offers classes at £1 less per person so if you are coming with your other half you will pay £42 each (£84 per couple). ... See MoreSee Less
Amazing shot from tonight's eventA lovely evening tonight sat 2 miles from Mam Tor where they are doing an event with people all wearing lights and all walking across the peak edges. The chap waving is Phil Sproson my good pal and partner in the dog shoots. Whats stunned me is you can even see his fingers in this shot from nearly 2 miles away , amazing ! Its all organised by Julia Bradbury and the outdoor guide, Phil's good chums The Outdoor Guide and the BMC ... See MoreSee Less