Gloriously situated in the Peak District National Park Biggin Hall is the ideal base for walking, cycling, and visiting Derbyshire’s outstanding Country Houses.
Footpaths lead from the grounds to the River Dove and Tissington Trail. Traffic free cycle tracks, green lanes and quiet roads entice cyclists of all abilities. The diverse nature of the Derbyshire landscape with its dry stone walling, deep dales, heather clad moorlands timeless market town and villages provides the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday.
Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Calke Abbey, Kedleston Hall, the National Tramway Museum, are just examples of the many attractions within easy reach.
Biggin Hall itself is a grade II (starred) listed building, part of which dates back to 1512, set in its own grounds and land of 47 acres. Quirky and welcoming, its Arched mullions, antiques and log fires give the Hall a wealth of character and charm.
Despite its historic origins all rooms have creature comforts – bathrooms en suite, satellite TV, silent fridges, direct dial telephone etc. Wi-Fi is available free of charge in the main house sitting rooms and many of the bedrooms.
Dinner in our dining room, which looks out across the lawn, 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.
Rates: £122 - £174 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
All rooms are non smoking.
Pets are welcome in certain areas.
Children allowed of twelve years and over.
Ample off street parking.
Lunch is served 12 noon - 2.00pm.
Afternoon is serviced 3.00 - 5.00pm.
Dinner is served 6.30 - 8.00pm.