The Old Station House

4 Chatsworth Road, Rowsley, Derbyshire, DE4 2EJ

Covid-19 certified by Visit Britain
Late Availability / Special Offers
** SPECIAL OFFER **

Sunday to Thursday - 3 nights for £210!!*

OFFER ENDS DECEMBER 31ST 2020

The Old Station House Bed and Breakfast is located in a picturesque village in the Peak District within 3 miles of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Bakewell.

We have three ensuite guest bedrooms with TV/DVD and WiFi as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Off-street parking is available. In the village are two upmarket restaurants and the village pub, all within five minutes walk of the house, as well as Caudwell's Mill, a working flour mill museum and the Peak Village Shopping Centre.

Covid-19 certified by Visit Britain.
We are located in the village of Rowsley which is on the border of the Peak District National Park, between Matlock and Bakewell. We are one of the closest B&Bs to Chatsworth House, which is within 3 miles walking distance along the beautiful Derwent Valley Heritage Way footpath. There are also other footpaths from the village leading to Bakewell, Matlock Bath, Haddon Hall and the Nine Ladies Stone Circle on Stanton Moor.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • WiFi


Things To Do Nearby


Town: Bakewell
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Town: Matlock
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Town: Matlock Bath
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Town: Buxton
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