Adjacent to Arbor Low stone circle, our friendly Peak District B&B has en-suite facilities, a dedicated guest lounge and a warm Derbyshire welcome. The Stone Circle, known locally as the Stonehenge of the North, is just a few minutes stroll.
With magnificent views over the Derbyshire countryside, proximity to Bakewell and Buxton, Monyash and Youlgrave, Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, Arbor Low bed & breakfast makes an ideal base for visitors to The Peak District National Park.
Winner of Channel 4`s “Three in a Bed”. Accommodation provider for Saddle Skedaddle, Guardian small break operator of the year. National Park best short walk, “to Arbor Low, where you can also stay”. Reviewed on TripAdvisor
Peak District B&B accommodation
Your Peak District B&B accommodation comprises two modern yet traditionally decorated bedrooms, a lounge and a dining room, private stairs and your own front door. The double room has en-suite facilities and the twin has private bathroom.
For COVID measures we have re arranged downstairs so that each room is dedicated to a bedroom, with dining table and sofa etc in each. Breakfast goods will not be shared.
If you are looking for a more active break in the Peak District then you have definitely come to the right place. We can help with routes, maps, packed lunches and advice. We can store or possibly lend you a bike, accommodate horses and dry wet kit.
The stone circle
Arbor Low is the finest Stone Age ‘henge’ monument in the North of England. It is a site of unique archaeological interest.
The henge is located at 373 metres above sea level and commands impressive views over the surrounding Derbyshire and Staffordshire countryside.
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