Park Hall Manor

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From in Derbyshire, United Kingdom


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Park Hall Manor Bed & Breakfast is a 19th century regency country house sat in the peak District National Park, in the small hamlet of Little Hayfield, between Hayfield and the market town of Glossop.

Built in 1811 for a Capt. John White the Park Hall Manor once Sat at the center of a vast hunting estate which is now owned by the National Trust. The Parkland around the house extends to 9 acres.

Park Hall Manor is just 15 minutest drive from Buxton and 20 minutes from Bakewell so making the house the perfect location for exploring the Peak District and Derbyshire area.

Park Hall Manor can accommodate 28 people sleeping at the hall and up to 60 for a day conference.

We can tailor a pack around you and have access to monitors, projectors, DVD players, Video plus anything else you may require. We can also accommodate special occasions like small wedding receptions or executive use of the house for parties and drinks.

Park Hall Manor can also be taken as a single house let on a self-catering basis.
The house can accommodate up to 28 people in a number of bedrooms most with en-suite.

Guests have the use of a drawing room, dining room, sitting room and fully equipped kitchen with laundry room.

One group can only take the house at a time with a minimum stay of two nights.

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