Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B
Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B

Thorndene B&B is a comfortable, spacious Peak District B&B in the lovely village of Hope, in the heart of the Peak District National Park.  Here you’ll find three beautifully-appointed rooms for a great night’s sleep, and hearty breakfasts to set you up for a day exploring the stunning countryside of the Hope Valley.

Thorndene B&B : Accommodation

Thorndene B&B offers three stylish, spacious double guest bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities.  The rooms are beautifully furnished with plenty of space to unpack and store your belongings, and feature the most comfortable beds for a peaceful night’s sleep. 

Each room has a clean, fresh en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Thorndene B&B also has a spacious guest lounge for you to relax in after a day exploring in the Peak District.  It’s a great place to meet with fellow guests to swap tales of your favourite walks or mountain bike routes, and to make plans for tomorrow’s adventure.  

There’s a fridge and a microwave in the guest lounge for you to use, and a TV/DVD player too.  There’s also a large selection of local maps and books to give you inspiration.

Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B
Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B
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In the morning, the breakfasts at Thorndene B&B will set you up perfectly for the day ahead, whatever your plans may be.  All food is freshly prepared and cooked to order, using locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible.  

Car parking is available for guests’ use, as is secure cycle storage.

Thorndene B&B operates a No Smoking policy for the comfort of all guests, and regrettably dogs are not permitted.

Thorndene B&B : Location

Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B
Peak District B&B : Thorndene B&B Location

Thorndene B&B is located in the pretty Peak District village of Hope, in the very centre of the Hope Valley.  This is a paradise for walkers, cyclists and climbers, with stunning open countryside as far as the eye can see.  

Hope boasts three lovely pubs, all of which serve great food, as well as two cafes and an Indian restaurant. There’s a selection of independent gift shops, a general store, a great delicatessen and a farm shop for fresh local produce. 

Only a short walk away you’ll find the village of Castleton, with its four stunning show caverns and the ruins of Peveril Castle, as well as a wealth of lovely shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.  

In the other direction, a short drive, bike ride or an energetic walk will take you to Bamford, home of the beautiful Ladybower, Derwent and Howden Reservoirs, with superb walking trails and magnificent views.  The next village along the Hope Valley is Hathersage, which is renowned for its outdoor shops and world-famous climbing at Stanage Edge.

If you like more gentle pursuits, you’re within a short distance of the wonderful country house estates of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall – perfect for an unforgettable day out.  

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Thorndene B&B : Chatsworth House

The town of Bakewell is only a short drive away, with its wide range of independent shops and High Street favourites – not to mention the chance to try real Bakewell puddings and tarts!  In the other direction, the elegant spa town of Buxton offers wonderful Georgian and Victorian architecture and lots of attractions to keep the whole family occupied, including Poole’s Cavern and Buxton Country Park.

Walks in the area

While you’re in the area, why not try these beautiful Let’s Go Peak District walks, both of which start and end very close to Thorndene B&B?

Hope and Hope Brink Walk (6.7 miles)

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Hope and Hope Brink Walk

This lovely walk from the village of Hope is an absolute stunner!  As you leave the village behind you quickly progress up over hill trails and footpaths on to Hope Brink, giving you the most magnificent views of the Hope Valley, the Edale Valley and even into the Derwent Valley in places.With the heights of Lose Hill and Kinder Scout towering above you, you walk as far as Hope Cross, a medieval packhorse road marker, before returning to Hope via an old Roman road.  

Castleton, Cave Dale and Mam Tor Walk (5.5 miles)

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Castleton, Cave Dale and Mam Tor Walk

This stunning Castleton circular walk takes in the most classic views of this beautiful part of the Peak District, starting and ending in the pretty village of Castleton. On the way it climbs through the hidden gorge of Cave Dale, offering a wonderful perspective of Peveril Castle. From there it treks up on to Mam Tor and along the iconic Great Ridge, from where there are magnificent views of the Hope Valley and Edale Valley, before descending back into Castleton.

Contact Thorndene B&B

For more information about Thorndene B&B, to check availability or to make a booking, please get in touch – they’ll be delighted to help!