Harthill Hall - Henry's Haunt

Harthill Hall was founded in the 13th century and is a Grade II listed building. Our properties are sympathetic conversions of the outbuildings - including the Chapel, which was the original 14th century building on the site.

Henrys Haunt is named after Henry VIII who is reputed to have stayed at the Hall on one of his many visits to the area.

The property is sited entirely on the ground floor.It has an open plan sitting/dining area with south facing views, and a fitted kitchen area.

There is double bedded room featuring marquetry inlaid oak four poster bed and spacious ensuite bathroom and WC.

Outside, there is a south-facing patio area with a private Hot Tub.

Henry's Haunt and Cokayne's are adjacent and may be booked as one, to sleep up to 12 people.

You can simply unwind in the comfort of your own rental property or use it as a base for days out in the Derbyshire Peak District to visit the historic towns of Bakewell and Buxton, great houses like Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, the moors of Kinder Scout or the limestone dales such as Lathkill Dale and Dovedale.


Accommodation consist of: 2 beds in 1 bedroom(s)

Special Facilities:garden for guests use

Weekly prices from: £350.00 to £750.00

Directions

Harthill Hall lies between Bakewell and Youlgrave, about 4 miles from the former. It is an ancient manor house, parts of which date from the 14th century. postcode: DE4 1LH

Contact Details

Contact Name:Nicola Bunting

Address: Harthill Hall , Harthill , 

Telephone: 01629 636203   Mobile:

Email the owner here

Web Site: www.harthillhall.co.uk