The Grange, Hurdlow GrangeSleeps 14
Standing proudly amongst a collection of traditional barns on the Hurdlow Grange complex, The Grange is a beautiful 7 bedroom farmhouse bursting with character offering accommodation for 14 guests in the quaint hamlet of Hurdlow, Derbyshire. Perfect for groups of up to 14, The Grange is ideal for families and friends wanting to unwind, have a relaxed celebration or simply take advantage of brisk fresh air in the open countryside.
Charming Traditional Stone Farmhouse in Rural Location with Nearby Walks and Breathtaking Views
- 7 Luxury Bedrooms.
- 7 En suites
- Sleeps 14 Guests.
- Dog Friendly
- Part of our Hurdlow Grange country complex with 4 further converted barns all clustered around a central courtyard
- Brimming with character - traditional flagged floors, wooden beams and oak floors
- Large farmhouse kitchen perfect for self-catering for sizeable groups
- Separate dining room with seating for 14 around rustic oak dining table.
- Cellar room converted into games room with dartboard and pool table.
- Additional Communal Games Room for the whole site - includes a Table Tennis Table and Table Football.
- Surrounded by vast fields with far reaching views and popular Peak District walks on the doorstep
- Less than a mile's stroll down a country lane or via the nearby Tissington and High Peak Trail, you will find our award winning Royal Oak Pub. We take great pride in offering a very traditional style of hospitality complete with cosy pub atmosphere, great service, cask-conditioned ales, a fine selection of wines, and a menu of hearty home made English pub food
To see the site plan of Hurdlow Grange click here.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
Sprawled over 2 floors, The Grange has seven fresh, bright bedrooms each with their own glistening ensuite. Each bedroom has been decorated with light, tranquil colours and finished with beautiful fabrics and furnishings.
Out of the seven bedrooms, two of the bedrooms are fixed twins and one a fixed double, but the remaining 4 bedrooms can offer flexible sleeping arrangements and can be either double or twin. The second floor bedrooms are nestled in the eaves of the house with sloping ceilings and exposed beams adding to that rustic feel.
Each of the bedrooms has its own ensuite bath or shower room with hand basin and toilet. There is also an additional downstairs WC. Soft bath and hand towels are provided for your stay.
Please click here for the bedroom layout.
Cooking and Dining
The Grange has a fantastic fully equipped farmhouse kitchen. With stone flagged floors, a sink looking out onto the courtyard and all the mod cons you could need, this property makes catering for large groups a breeze. Amongst the essentials of double oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwaves and washing machine you will find cupboards filled with crockery, pots, pans, cutlery and glassware.
Step through the doorway into a charming dining room providing yet more serene views. Pride of place in the centre of the room are two wooden dining tables with seating for 14 guests. If you find yourself wanting to take advantage of your break away and not cook for one evening, a lot of our guests make use of local caterers and with the separate dining room you can shut off from the bustle of the kitchen for the evening and focus on socialising.
Off the kitchen down a couple of steps is a WC and utility room with more storage and space to hang outdoor clothing after a day exploring the Peak District.
For further details of what you can expect to find in the property please click here.
Through the farmhouse off the downstairs hall there is a cosy lounge perfect for unwinding after a long day taking advantage of the surrounding walks. Sink into the luxurious leather sofas (up to 9) or additional bean bags. There is a TV with DVD player for you to enjoy a group film night, alternatively set up a board game on the central coffee table and continue the day's fun.
Burrowed beneath the lounge and accessible from the utility room is a cellar which has been cleverly converted into a games room. With an imaginative glass feature in the floor of the lounge, peak below onto your guests enjoying a game of pool or darts. There is also an additional television in the games room.
For the floorplans of the property please click here.
Outdoor Space and Surrounding Area
Step outside into the dramatic scenery and enjoy the surrounding garden area or private patio to the front of the house. A BBQ is available for use from 01st April through to 31st October, please supply your own charcoal and lighting equipment.
The Grange is situated in a beautiful rural position making it an ideal location surrounded by this stunning national park. Just a short walk from the very start of the Tissington and High Peak Trail, you can walk and cycle until you hearts content.
The famous spa town of Buxton is a short 10 minute drive from Hurdlow Grange, most notable architecture comprises of The Crescent which is modelled on Baths Royal Crescent. The Peak District offers enchanting villages, historic towns such as Ashbourne and Bakewell and glorious ever changing landscapes are all close by.
In the surrounding area of Buxton you will find the Blue John Caverns, Monsal Trial, The Tissington and High Peak Trail, Go Ape Adventure Park, The Goyt Valley, Dovedale, Chatsworth House, Tissington and Haddon Hall are all within an easy drive. Alton towers Resort provides enough excitement even for the most ardent fun seeker is within a 25 minute drive too.
The Grange is dog friendly and allows 2 dogs if pre-booked. Please see our dog policy for further details.
There are plenty of private parking spaces at this property.
There is an additional Communal Games Room for the whole site - which includes a Table Tennis Table and Table Football.
Click here for our recommendations to help you plan your stay.
How To Find Us
The address of The Grange at Hurdlow Grange is:
Hurdlow Grange, Hurdlow, Nr Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9QN
Approx GPS coordinates of the property are:53.197137, -1.826158
Directions to Hurdlow Grange from Buxton (approx. 15 mins):
- From Buxton follow signs for A515 towards Ashbourne
- Once on A515 follow for 6.8 miles (you will go past a bookstore on your right hand side about 5 minutes out of Buxton sign-posted to Longnor do not take this turning, continue along the A515 passing two pubs on your left ‘The Duke of York’ and ‘The Bull I’ Th’ Thorn’
- You will come to a staggered crossroads (left to Monyash and right to Hurdlow, Crowdecote & Longnor)
- Take a right turn towards Hurdlow, Crowdecote and Longnor and follow the road down for 0.3 miles. You will go over a bridge and The Royal Oak will be on your right hand side
- Just after the pub there is a right hand turn down a lane that goes behind the back of the pub- take this turning
- You will go past a sign for our campsite on your right hand side- continue forward
- Follow the lane for 0.9 miles
- Hurdlow Grange will be on your left hand side, drive into the carpark
- The Grange is the large detatched farmhouse on the left
- You have arrived at The Grange!
Directions to Hurdlow Grange from Leek (approx. 25 mins):
- From Leek follow signs for A53 towards Buxton
- Once on A53 follow for approx. 5.3 miles
- You will come to a pub on your right hand side called ‘The Winking Man’
- Take the right turn immediately after and follow the road straight to Hurdlow for approx. 12.3 miles
- On your journey you will go past ‘Clowes Coaches’ on your left and then an old petrol station
- Keep following the road and you will come up into the village of Longnor
- When you reach the cross-roads in Longnor (The Horse Shoe Inn) will be on your left and The Crewe & Harpur will be in front of you on the right) go straight over the cross-roads
- Keep following the road and you will come into the village of Crowdecote, keep going forward up the hair-pin bends
- Following the road you will eventually drop down a hill and there will be The Royal Oak on the corner where there is a left hand turn
- Take the left hand turn and follow the lane for approx. 0.9 miles Hurdlow Grange will be on your left hand side, drive into the carpark
- The Grange is the large detatched farmhouse on the left
- You have arrived at The Grange!
The following comments are taken straight from the guestbook we keep for The Grange, Hurdlow Grange. Verbatim.
Abel stayed in August '20
We had a really good time
Watson stayed in August '20
With reference to the above booking from 10 August 2020. I just had to let you know what a great time my family had at Herdlow Grange, especially given these uncertain times. We left early and en route Paul (who I assume is the site manager) texted to say that the property was ready way ahead of time. He had pulled out the stops. This was much appreciated as my young grandchildren were arriving and we needed to feed them. He also said he would visit the property that afternoon to answer any queries we had which he duly did. Even the Waitrose delivery arrived on time. The property was brilliant, just what we wanted. It was spotless and we were confident Covid secure. We perfectly understood the reasons for an early departure and the need to strip the beds etc. This was no problem. I appreciated your flexibility regarding the date the balance was due to be paid as the Covid rules appeared to change daily. We took the chance and so pleased we did as everything was perfect and was just the medicine required for the family. We look back on our break with such joy and none of us caught Covid or had any symptoms. Thanks again and I wouldn't hesitate to book with you again and to recommend your company to others (which I have done).
Larkin stayed in December '19
“The house is in a beautiful location with some lovely views and walks. Very clean and comfortable with everything you could need for a trip there. The hosts were very hospitable and quick to respond. Would definitely recommend!”
anonymous stayed in November '19
The house was very well present and equipped, we will look at using other venues and will certainly recommend your homes.
Gylee stayed in September '19
Thank you - the week-end went very well, with good dry weather and a reasonable amount of sunshine. Tracy Stewart provided a first class meal on the Friday evening (Dining In), one of the recommended caterers on your list. Very pleased with the choices, the quality and the service. Really enjoyed that evening. We ate at the Royal Oak twice, once on Saturday evening, and again on Sunday afternoon. Both very good, good quality (and quantity of food) and timely service. We would recommend The Royal Oak, but then judging by the number of customers there, they already know it is good! Everyone returned home safely. They have subsequently commented (favourably) on the venue and the location. So, I would conclude that our group were happy.
Lenton stayed in May '19
We have just returned from our holiday in the Grange at Hurdlow Grange. It was an excellent property, well –appointed and maintained. We all enjoyed our time there. Thank you!
Walsh stayed in December '18
We had a wonderful stay and were most impressed by the facilities and the efficiency of the organisation.
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Your Stay At The Grange, Hurdlow Grange
Our Favourite Places to Eat Nearby
- Royal Oak, Hurdlow –Just a stroll down the lane, our very own award winning pub offer open fires, hidden corners, local ales and of course ‘great homemade pub food’. Booking advised.
- The Packhorse, Crowdecote - Located at the bottom of the bank just outside Longnor, the owners Mick and Sharon provide a warm welcome. There are well kept ales which change regularly and traditional home-made pub food. It’s a lovely place to visit for the scenery – careful of the hair pin bends on the way!
- The Bull’s Head, Monyash - A traditional pub located in the heart of Monyash, serving good pub food. Popular with families and walkers.
- The Manners, Bakewell - Great local Chef has returned to his roots to provide excellent food in the heart of Bakewell. Family friendly Beer Garden. BBQ in the summer months.
- The Bull, Ashford in the Water - Traditional Robinson's small character pub serving great food in a lovely Derbyshire village with the River Wye flowing through the heart of it.
- The Packhorse, Little Longstone - Lovely historic character features in this compact pub – promotes itself with ‘Walkers and Muddy boots welcome.’
- The White Lion, Great Longstone - Recently refurbished gastro pub situated in the pretty village of Great Longstone.
- Devonshire Arms, Hartington - Centrally located in the heart of the village – good stop for lunch.
- The George at Alstonfield - The George is an unspoilt, historic, family run pub in the Peak District village of Alstonefield, above Dovedale.
- Simply Thai, Buxton - Great local Thai restaurants located in the centre of town – booking is definitely recommended.
- Taj Mahal, Buxton - Excellent curry house in Buxton.
- Pizza Express, Buxton -Well known pizza chain in a great location for town and the Opera House – kid friendly.
- St. Moritz Restaurant, Buxton - Swiss and Italian cuisine, great pasta dishes and also has a excellent pre- theatre menu.
- Indian Palace, Buxton - Great Indian restaurant in the centre of Buxton
- Lone Star, Buxton - Mexican/American cuisine, known for their large portions.
- The Woodyard, Bakewell - Great location by the river in Bakewell for a family friendly Restaurant - Serves both lunch and dinner.
- Upstairs at Charlotte's Cafe, Buxton- vintage style bright cafe serving breakfast, lunch and locally sourced food. Fully licensed. Outdoor roof terrace and downstairs chocolate shop!
- No 6 The Square, Buxton - Relax and enjoy morning coffee, light meals or a traditional English afternoon tea in the elegant surroundings of No. 6 The Square.
- The Old Smithy Café ,Monyash - Rustic! Famous for its breakfast featured in the Top 50 Breakfast Book in the country. Character décor, open year round – walkers and bikers welcome. Also serves lunch daily with dinner on certain days.
- Manifold Tea Room and Café, Longnor - Commonly known as the ‘Longnor Chippy’ and is frequented by all the locals. It serves the best fish and chips in the area which you can eat in or takeaway. Well worth a visit. Lunch and dinner served but check for opening times.
- Longnor Craft Centre and Coffee Shop -Longnor Craft Centre occupies the old Market Hall sitting proudly at the top of the cobbled square in the heart of the village. Food served all day with huge slices of home-made cake on the menu!
Hassop Station Café & Bookshop - A new family friendly cafe with outdoor covered seating and play, with a focus on food, family & fresh air. Enjoy brunch, lunch or afternoon tea on the terrace on the renown Monsal Trail or in the newly refurbished station building.
Fresh Delivered Meals and Take Aways
- Sauced Here- fantastic selection of home made prepared meals from local chef/cooks -great for large groups. They also provide a full basket of groceries from local producers that can replace a supermarket delivery
- Scoff - Delicious, home-cooked food, delivered to you in the Peak District
- Manifold Tea Room and Café, Longnor - Commonly known as the ‘Longnor Chippy’ it serves the best fish and chips in the area which you can eat in or takeaway.
- Simply Thai
- Pizza Express
- Taj Mahal
- Khomkhai Thai Cuisine
- Indian Palace
- The Great Panda Restaurant (Chinese)
- Maazi- Sumptuous Indian meal or buffet delivered to your door. Numerous catering options and can also provide waiting on staff and even take away the washing up.
Our Top 5 Places to Visit Nearby
1. The Royal Oak Pub
As our award winning pub is only 0.8 mile stroll down the lane, it would be rude not to pop in and sample the extensive menu and try the various local beers on offer. Reservations are recommended, please call 01298 83288.
For further information please visit the Royal Oak website.
2. The Tissington and High Peak Trails
With the Tissington and High Peak Trails close by you can walk for miles along these old railway lines. Both trails meet at Parsley Hay, the Tissington Trail runs along a 13 mile route from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay, while the High Peak Trail is 17.5 miles longroute from the High Peak junction near Cromford to Dowlow. Surrounded by beautiful countryside the traffic-free trail is ideal for horse riders, cyclists and walkers of all abilities. It is also suitable for wheel chairs and pushchairs along the flat sections and the trail is mainly mud free which is quite rare in the Peak District. To find the nearest access turn left out of Hurdlow Grange and walk up the lane for ½ mile and you will come to a track clearly marked on you right, follow this until you reach the beginning of the trail on the right hand side. The nearest bike hire can be found at Parsley Hay which is 2.5 miles away and is at the junction of the High Peak and Tissington Trails.
Click here for more information on Parsley Hay cycle hire. (Parsley Hay does shut for Winter from 01st Nov until February)
3. Chatsworth House and Park
No visit to the Peak District would be complete without visiting the fabulous Chatsworth Estate. There really is something to do for every member of the family - The Farmyard and Adventure playground, the magnificent house and the gardens which are equally as impressive as the house , with the maze, the garden trails, and the famous water cascade to keep the little ones occupied.
Click here for a link to Chatsworth House and Park.
4. A visit to the village of Wincle
A great day out for the family with something for everyone to enjoy. Start off with a visit to the famous Danebridge Fisheries, a great place to visit with kids, here you can fish in the well-stocked pool, catch your own supper or feed the trout (food supplied). Then a visit to the Wincle Brewery, where you can even do a one day brewing course! After a trip to the brewery why not call into the Ship Inn, just down the lane where you can sample Wincle’s fine ales in the pretty beer garden. Follow up with finally finishing the day off with a visit to Blaze Farm, a working farm that has become famous for their awarding winning Hilly Billy Ice Cream which is all made on the farm using the milk from their dairy herd. With tea rooms, nature trials and animals to pet there is something for everyone!
5. The Spa town of Buxton
The spa town of Buxton can really offer something for everyone; enjoy a stroll around the pretty Pavilion gardens. The kids can enjoy the playground areas or you might chose to go for a swim at the recent refurbished swimming pool. The more adventurous may want to try out ‘Go Ape’ the treetop adventure course, for those without a head for heights a visit to Poole’s Cavern is fascinating, and it’s a great activity especially for kids when the weather does not cooperate for outdoor activities. For theatre lovers, seeing a show in the intimate Buxton Opera House is a must, and for the shopaholics the pretty Cavendish Arcade has a range of lovely little boutique shops. Lovers of real ale will enjoy visiting Buxton Tap House, which is Buxton’s own brewery pub serving its very own ales and bitters.
Click here for further information on Buxton
What to Expect at The Grange
A basic weekend supply of the following essentials are supplied (as there are no staff on site if you run out you will have to replace):
- Antibacterial Hand soap
- Loo rolls (1 x on the holder and 1 spare per bathroom)
- Bin bags
- Washing up liquid
- Cling film & kitchen foil
- 5 x dishwasher tablets
- 2 x tea towels
- 1 x dish cloth
- Basic cleaning materials
- Utilities - Electric, gas, heating and hot water
- 2 x high chairs (if requested)
- Hair dryer (if requested)
- Fresh linen with beds made up upon arrival
- Fresh towels - Bath towel for each guest & hand towels in the bathrooms
- Iron & ironing board
- Washing machine/tumble dryer
- A TV in lounge with free view and DVD player & additional TV in the games room
- 1 x Ipod docking station
- All TV’S have HDMI facility, but guests do need to bring their own HDMI
- Games room with pool table & darts board
Cooking and Dining
Any kitchen items that are absolutely vital for your stay, please check with us before your visit to ensure that it is at the property (as things do sometimes get broken).
- Pots, pans, roasting tins, crockery, glassware and cutlery
- Double electric oven and hob
- Food Processor
- 2 x farmhouse tables seating for 14 guests all on chairs
- Drum style BBQ – available for use from 01st April through to 31st October, please supply your own charcoal and lighting equipment.
- Patio area at front of property with garden style picnic benches
- Grassed area surrounding property and use of communal grassed areas
- Located a short walk from the start of the Tissington & High Peak trails so don’t forget your bikes (no lockable bike storage)
You Should Know
- Please note that we are dog friendly at these properties however there are livestock in the surrounding fields so dogs must be kept under control at all times. For your information, a maximum of two dogs are allowed per property if pre-arranged - you will be expected to keep them out of the bedrooms and off the soft furnishings. We do charge £20 per dog for the duration of your stay. Please see our dog policy for further details.
- No fireworks due to nearby live stock
- Wifi – we provide free wifi however as the Peak District is in a beautiful rural location sometimes there can be intermittent wifi signal that is beyond our control, we also hope you appreciate that we cannot guarantee wifi if there are technical issues out of our control. Mobile reception - mobile reception can be limited dependent on your network
- The nature of building mean that some bedrooms have sloping roofs
- Noise Policy - due to the quiet rural location, late night noise must be confined to inside the building by 10pm. Please be aware you are on a shared site and other residents/neighbours are in close proximity.
- The postcode is SK17 9QN - Further details can be found on the directions page
- The nearest town is Buxton 10 – 15 min drive
- The nearest village of Longnor is 3 miles away with a village shop, pub and tea room and fish and chip shop
- Bakewell is a 10 -15 min drive
- The nearest pub is The Royal Oak a 0.8 mile walk down the country lane – If you are planning to walk back at night bring a torch.
- Plenty of parking
Booking and Payment Process
- We ask for a 25% deposit to confirm a booking
- The balance is due 12 weeks prior to arrival
- Full payment is due upon booking if it is booked with 12 weeks prior to arrival
- A cautionary damage deposit of £200 is held and returned after your stay
- Click here for a full description of how to make a booking
Shopping Delivery Information
For ease, lots of our guests pre-ordered a shopping delivery. You are very welcome to organise this however, please do make sure you have arranged the delivery time slot to arrive after you have checked in, as we are unable to accept it on your behalf (as the property is let as exclusive use there are no Peak Venues staff on site).
Local Shopping Delivery From Local Producers - Sauced Here
Keep it local! Our guests often ask for recommendations for local farm shops and butchers for the all-important celebration meals and this is a brilliant and very easy service. Sauced Here has similar functionality to an on line supermarket but is only stocked by local suppliers in the Peak District - order your wine, meat, vegetables, dairy and so much more with a choice of over a thousand products and at reasonable prices. It's a great service which delivers straight to your holiday cottage or you can click and collect at a local pick up point.