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Millstone Country Inn
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Each of the Hotel’s eight en-suite rooms offers the highest standards of décor and comfort, perfectly reflecting the homely appeal of the rest of the building. Featuring hand-made furnishings and Egyptian cotton linen, all of the rooms also come fully equipped with an extensive range of modern conveniences and amenities including free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, power shower, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities. There are a variety of accommodation types available, from Double and Twin options to spacious Family rooms there is something to suit even the most discerning of travellers.
Dining at the Millstone Country Inn is a truly remarkable experience and it is no wonder that is has garnered an impressive local reputation. With its roaring log fires and friendly, dedicated customer service it cultivates an enchanting atmosphere and a rustic old world charm. Specialising in traditional English cuisine with a few innovative twists, the Hotel is dedicated to ensuring that all of its dishes are prepared using fresh, locally sourced produce wherever possible. Meals are served all day every day, there’s also a delicious bar snack menu and the immensely popular Sunday carvery lunch. The bar is Cask Marque accredited for the quality of its real ale including Timothy Taylors Landlord and Black Sheep as well as some interesting local guest beers. In addition there is the Terrace Tea Room, serving a sumptuous range of cakes, pastries and afternoon and high teas. During the warmer days, guests can make use of the decked patio area and indulge in a spot of alfresco dining and drinking.
The Terrace bar is available for private hire and is a great venue for special occasions and other celebrations. All staying guests also receive complimentary membership to the local gym in Hathersage village.
Situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park, the Millstone Country Inn boasts unrivalled access to some of the area’s most popular attractions. The unspoilt beauty of Hope Valley is just a short distance away and is renowned as some of the best walking country in Britain. It is also a haven for many other pursuits, including cycling, horse-riding, nature trekking, rock-climbing, angling, hang-gliding and much more besides. At the head of the valley lies Castleton, and the area around here has numerous caverns and deep valleys (or 'dales') carved out of the local limestone rock including the famous Blue John Cavern. On the north side of Hope Valley there is a ridge of low hills including Mam Tor, Back Tor and Lose Hill, which are also excellent places for a walk, and beyond this lies Edale - the starting point of the Pennine Way - and Kinder Scout, which is one of the finest of the gritstone moorlands for which the Peak District is famous.
There are also many historic houses within easy reach of the Hotel, including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Lyme Hall and Park and Hardwick Hall. For golf fans, Sickleholme Golf Course is just a few minutes’ drive away and offers an excellent 18 holes. Alternatively, Ladybower Reservoir is a great location for trout fishing and is only 10 minutes from the Hotel. For family fun, Alton Towers, Britain’s premier theme park is little over an hour away by car, whilst the many attractions of the Matlock area (such as Gulliver’s Kingdom and the Heights of Abraham) are closer still.