Thorpe Accommodation & Other Services
RambleFest lists details of Thorpe accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links. Thorpe is on the Limestone Way.
There is the option at Thorpe of taking the Limestone Way Ashbourne spur. Thorpe Map
We have allocated each Thorpe accommodation a type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, etc.
The Izaak Walton Hotel
Thorpe, Ashbourne, Staffordshire, DE6 2AY
Tel: 01335 350981
Izaak Walton Hotel website
Type: Hotel accommodation, Restaurant and Bar
Info: 1 mile off the Limestone Way via a footpath from Coldwall Bridge.
“We have 38 well appointed ensuite bedrooms, the majority of which have wonderful views over the hotel gardens and the Derbyshire/Staffordshire Peaks.
Our 2 AA Rosette awarded Haddon Restaurant is the pride of The Izaak Walton Hotel and is recommended as a top fine dining restaurant in Derbyshire. With breath taking views of the Dovedale Valley and creative interpretations on traditional dishes, the Haddon Restaurant is the place to dine in style.
Dovedale Bar & Lounge is open to residents and non-residents.”
Station House Bed and Breakfast
Narlow Lane, Thorpe, Derbyshire, DE6 2AT
Tel: 01335 350764 or 07968 390612
Station House Bed and Breakfast website
Info: ½ mile off the Limestone Way. Two double ensuite rooms; Happy to take one night bookings. Positioned on Tissington Trail just down the road from the Old Dog Pub in Thorpe which is right on The Limestone Way.
“Station House is situated down a quiet country lane on the Tissington Trail formerly the LNWR railway line and is adjacent to the site of the old Thorpe Cloud Railway Station. You will be staying in the original part of the station master’s house. The perfect place to unwind and enjoy the countryside.
We are on the edge of Thorpe village a few miles north of the market town of Ashbourne in the south of the Peak District National Park. The Tissington cycling and walking trail is next to our house. The Stepping Stones in Dovedale, Thorpe Cloud, Ilam Park and Tissington Hall are all nearby. The historic Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the village of Bakewell and many National Trust properties are all within easy driving distance making Station House an ideal location for exploring the Peak District and Derbyshire Dales.
Our Bed and Breakfast has two double en-suite rooms, free off road parking for all our guests, free Wi-Fi and you will be given a front door key so you will be able to come and go as you please. Our full English Breakfast is made from locally sourced produce and includes homemade bread.
We are now accepting one well behaved dog per room.”
Thorpe, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 2AW
Tel: 01335 350436
Hillcrest House website
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: On the Limestone Way
“Surrounded by the most stunning views and countryside, what better place to stay and explore the National Park. You can leave your car and set off on foot in any direction, on some of the most popular footpaths in the Peak District.
There is a reception area, licensed residents lounge and dining room. All are tastefully furnished, in keeping with the character and atmosphere of this warm and friendly home. The lounge and bedrooms all have extensive views of the surrounding countryside.
Use the garden to relax and unwind after your long day walking the dales or sightseeing. Enjoy a pot of tea whilst watching people climb Thorpe Cloud, or relax with the newspapers or a good book.”
Pubs and Restaurants
The Izaak Walton Hotel
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