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Haddock Hideaway

Type:Self-catering

The Old Coach House
The Stones
Castleton
Hope Valley
Derbyshire
S33 8WX
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Haddock Hideaway

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A first class welcome awaits at Haddock Hideaway. Situated in the heart of Castleton, at the base of Peveril Castle an English Heritage site, we offer an ideal base to explore the Peak District. Our rooms offer self catering accommodation and provide a great alternative to the traditional bed and breakfast, with space to relax at the end of the day. Although with a local bakery, six pubs and lots of cafes on the doorstep where you can enjoy a different breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday you might not want to stay in. We are also here to help if you need us and are more than happy to provide local insight.

We have two studio apartments, The "Upper Styx" double en-suite apartment is a comfortable first floor space looking out onto the Castle. The apartment has a double bedroom with good sized en-suite shower room, a lounge with colour TV with Freeview, separate bathroom, kitchen/diner with cooker, hob, fridge, microwave and tea and coffee-making facilities.  The "Lower Styx" Double Studio is a comfortable ground floor studio with separate snug and log burner. The studio has a double bed with good sized bath/shower room, a lounge area with colour TV with Freeview and kitchenette with cooker, hob, fridge, microwave and tea and coffee-making facilities. The studio and apartment also have a sofabed meaning they can sleep 4 comfortably. We also have a double en-suite room "Inner Styx" which can be booked alongside the apartments or on its own however there are no self catering facilities in this room. Many of our guests enjoy coming away with friends and booking all rooms so you can share a home away from home.

Castleton is one of the most popular centres in the Peak District. Maybe this is because it has everything the visitor might want - picturesque scenery, a ruined Norman castle, Mam Tor, Blue John stone showcaves, Treak Cliff Cavern and Speedwell Cavern, interesting geology, good walks and a pretty village, but its also easy to access attractions throughout the Peak District.

 

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Number of Rooms / Units
3
Room / Unit TypeCapacityRoom / Unit Tariff*Notes
Inner Styx - double en-suite2£75.00 per unit per night
Lower Styx - 1 bed Apartment2£95.00 per unit per night
Upper Styx - 1 bed apartment2£95.00 per unit per night

*A grade 2 listed building, in the heart of the Peak District, offering self-catering accommodation perfect for a relaxing holiday.
Please note that no breakfast is provided.

Awards

  • Visit BritainWe're Good to Go We're Good to Go 2021
  • Regional and MiscellaneousWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

Facilities

Booking & Payment Details

  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted

Cooking Facilities

  • Microwave cooker

COVID-19 Response

  • 1m distancing in place
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Capacity limit
  • Clear signage
  • Contactless check-in
  • Contactless check-out
  • Contactless payment only
  • Contactless payment possible
  • COVID-19 measures in place
  • COVID-19 risk assessment completed
  • COVID-19 staff training completed
  • Deep cleaning between visitors
  • Hand sanitizer available to visitors & staff
  • Online booking possible

Heating Facilities

  • Real log/coal fires

Linen & Bedding

  • Linen provided

Parking

  • Private parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Non-smoking property
  • WiFi or internet access

Room/Unit Facilities

  • Bath
  • DVD player
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Satellite TV
  • Scenic view
  • Shower
  • Television

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Baslow. At roundabout take second exit A623, at Calver crossroads turn right (A625), then left to Grindleford and then Hathersage. At T-junction turn left (A6187 / A625) and follow road through Hope to Castleton. Proceed through the village, turn left by the Castle hotel and drive up into the market place. Turn right down The Stones and we are the first turn in on your right. From M1 (north): take junction 35, then A629 towards Chapeltown; left on to A61 Penistone Road. At Hillsborough turn right on to A6101 (Bradfield Road, Holme Lane, Rivelin Valley Road) and continue until joining the A57 Manchester Road. At Ashopton turn left across bridge (A6013) towards Bamford. At junction turn right (A6187 / A625) and follow road through Hope to Castleton. Proceed through the village, turn left by the Castle hotel and drive up into the market place. Turn right down The Stones and we are the first turn in on your right.

From Manchester: take the A6 Buxton Road to Chapel en le Frith; turn left on to A6187 / A625 to Castleton. After dropping down Winnats Pass, proceed through the village, turn right by the Castle hotel and drive up into the market place. Turn right down The Stones and we are the first turn in on your right.

By Bus: Hourly bus service 272 connects Castleton with Sheffield, Hathersage, Bradwell and Hope. From the terminus, walk through the village, turn left by the Castle hotel and drive up into the market place. Turn right down The Stones and we are the first turn in on your right.

By Rail: Hope train station is a 35 minute walk to Castleton or a five minute drive. There is a regular bus service from Hope railway station to Castleton at weekends and Bank Holidays.

 

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