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Biggin Hall Country House Hotel at Hartington

    Biggin Hall Country House Hotel

    Biggin Hall is an historic house of 17th century origin, centrally situated in the Peak District National Park, in peaceful open countryside




    Biggin Hall

    Biggin Hall stands in its own spacious grounds of eight acres and is a protected building of historic interest, Grade II * listed. The present owners have completely renovated it, in keeping with its original character

    Visitors have a choice of two sitting room, one with a library, the other with a large traditional open fireplace, and there is a separate dining room.

    Guest rooms are spacious and individually furnished with antiques.

    In the main house in addition to the 'Master Suite', there are six double/twin bedrooms with their own bathrooms en suite, and a suite of two rooms sharing an adjoining bathroom.
    All rooms have a colour T.V, tea making facilities, telephone and silent fridge.

    The Courtyard
    Comprising of five double/twin en suite bedrooms and one 2 bedroomed suite with private bathroom

    The Bothy
    Has two double/twin en suite rooms and one 2 bedroomed suite with private bathroom, and is attached to the main house

    The Lodge
    Has one single and two double/twin en suite rooms, All guests have the use of all the facilities in the main house

    Budget Winter Breaks

    Biggin Hall can offer a high standard of accommodation at seasonal bargain prices. The beauty of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park with its spectacular limestone gritsone terrain has a special appeal in the Autumn and Winter season.

    Well behaved pets are allowed in the Courtyard and Bothy

    Meetings and Private Functions
    We have facilities for most small functions, including a spacious meeting room.

    Food at Biggin Hall Hotel

    Biggin Hall’s restaurant possesses character in abundance, oak beamed and cosy by candlelight and beautiful views over the lawns and Peak District hills in the daytime, it delivers a delectable hearty and modern English menu.

    Championing a whole host of local produce and seasonal ingredients, embracing a passion for tradition and excellence Chefs Mark Wilton & Carol Worrall make full use of the Peak District's natural larder when selecting produce for the regularly changing menu.

    The emphasis of the menu is on simplicity and taste. It’s this straightforward approach to cooking that allows the quality of the ingredients to shine through.

    A choice of real ales, guest beers, superb house wines and a highly commended wine list complement the restaurant and your meal.

    The hotel itself is gaining legendary status, historically situated on one of the oldest salt routes from Cheshire and for being close to the site of Isaak Walton's fishing lodge and more recently for its exquisite dining experience.

    The culmination of traditional décor and time-honoured country house ambience, warm welcome and friendly service, assures a home-from-home delight and a desire to linger!

    A Full English and Continental Breakfast is served in the dining room between 8.00a.m. and 9.00a.m.

    Morning Coffee

    A selection of traditional or fruit Teas, Cappuchinos, Lattes , Expresso Coffees & wonderful Hot Chocolate are available through the day to residents and non-residents – why not drop in for half an hour for coffee and a good read of the papers in front of the log fire.

    Lunch - served 12pm - 2pm

    A selection of freshly prepared hot & cold dishes all prepared to order. Soup & Sandwiches from £4.95. Three course lunchtime specials menu £11.00.

    Afternoon Tea - Served 2pm - 5pm
    · Selection of Freshly Cut Sandwiches

    · Selection of Homemade Cakes and Scones

    · Whipped Cream & Choice of Jam

    · Selection of Teas, Freshly Ground or Speciality Coffee – Cappuccino, Latte etc

    · Served in the Lounges or on the Lawn (weather permitting)

    Dinner -Served 6 30 to 8 pm

    This is one of the highlights of your stay, when the open fire, excellent food, and a good selection of wines, all combine to create a convivial atmosphere for an enjoyable meal. Many guests return year after year to sample the delights of our traditional home cooking.

    Many of the ingredients are of local origin, with the accent on free range wholefoods and natural flavours, together with a seasonal selection of vegetables. We sometimes have availability for non residents – booking is essential.

    Meals are imaginatively planned and freshly cooked. The menus feature a set course with vegetarian alternative, and are changed daily to give a wide variety of traditional country house fare through the week.

    We are happy to assist with any special dietary requests, given prior notice.


    Booking is recommended - To Reserve a Table Call - 01298 84451


    Nr Buxton
    SK17 0DH

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