Listed Victorian stately home set within three acres of private park in Derbyshire, sleeping up to 28 guests.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Peak Manor is listed in affiliation with Vrbo.
Standing within three acres of maintained lawns, gardens, and patios, Peak Manor is an architecturally imposing luxury manor house right on the edge of the Peak District National Park. With thirteen exquisitely decorated bedrooms and boundless high-end amenities, Peak Manor combines the grandeur of the Victorian aesthetic with the comforts of a contemporary holiday. Guests can experience a truly once-in-a-lifetime catered or self-catered trip to the celebrated Derbyshire countryside.
Peak Manor is internally decorated with original features to ensure an authentic and classic feel throughout. You’ll be blown away by the sweeping staircases, unchanged Italian mosaic flooring, and art throughout, while the gardens and outdoor space make this mansion a place which will stay with you long after your trip is finished.
The outdoors space abounds in quiet and shady spots for walking, reading, and generally unwinding, as well as numerous activities to indulge in. A table tennis table is a brilliant and active treat for younger generations, while lawn games are also available. Between two charcoal fired barbecues and the hot-tub which can be set up with prior notice and a surcharge, you’re bound to find that some of your guests stay out from dawn until dusk.
Inside, a thirty-place dining table means that you can be as formal as you like, regardless of whether you choose the self-catering option or decide to have your meals prepared and served by the expert staff using fresh local produce.
As well as the scrupulously maintained outdoor spaces with their many games and leisurely pursuits, you’ll also find a home cinema with a ten foot screen, and even a games room with a large pool table, croupier-style casino table, and Scalextric set, as well as a table football table. For those who prefer to relax a little more actively, the on-site gym with its high-end machines and free weights will not disappoint.
With so much on offer from the house and grounds themselves, many guests choose to spend their trip playing croquet, grilling up a feast on the barbecues, and rambling through the private estate. Those looking to venture further afield will be delighted to find five phenomenal country pubs within a fifteen minute walk of the house, with the world famous Peak District National Park just beyond the grounds.
The nearest town, Belper, enjoys World Heritage status, and as you stroll along the meandering river at its core, taking in the beauty of this historic market town, you’ll understand why. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself staying in the summer, head to ‘The Jewel in the Crown’ of Amber Valley, the Edwardian River Gardens, where the eclectic Sunday concerts run from June to September.
Hot Tub extra cost
Historic county near the Peak District National Park
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