At the end of a strenuous day’s walking in the Peak District, The Hayloft at Ashford Grange is a perfect space to relax and unwind. Across the courtyard from the main house, on the first floor of a separate building, it is accessed by two outside flights of steps and has its own stable door private entrance.
With full en suite facilities, superking bed (which can be configured as twin beds) and lounge area complete with TV, library and Scrabble table, The Hayloft is the perfect retreat for the more independently minded. You can even sit on a rocking chair to put on/take off your boots and Peak District walkers will love it!
The Hayloft entrance from the courtyard
The Hayloft with its vaulted ceiling
The Hayloft is available for stays of a minimum of two nights bed and breakfast and we offer a discount of 10% from the third night onwards.
Please telephone Ashford Grange on 01629 732178 to make arrangements for a truly memorable break in the Peak District.
Easter is upon us and we discount our rooms by 10% for the third night onwards of a 3 night stay. Telephone +44 ( 0)1629 732178 for details.
The garden is looking pretty. The first rhododendron, Christmas Cheer, has flowered and the Spring bulbs are now in bloom.
The first rhododendron to flower – Christmas Cheer
The gardening season is upon us and I have made a start, beginning with re-stocking the coffin planter below my kitchen window. The double primroses should flower for 4 months, the hellebores are very pretty and the Paperwhite English daffodils really fragrant. Cheers you up, doesn’t it?
I stopped to take these photos of Rowsley from Beeley Moor and my side of the Derwent Valley from Salters Lane, Matlock when I was out and about last weekend.
View over Rowsley from Beeley Moor
My side of the Derwent Valley from Salters Lane, Matlock
Ashford Grange is opening its doors to guests on 2nd January 2015.