In the heart of the beautiful and historic village of Edale in the Peak District National Park, and located at the very start of the Pennine Way, you will find Stonecroft Country Guesthouse. With its period features, antiques and country gardens, Stonecroft offers a perfect location for a break away.
Guests can walk, visit local attractions, or simply relax and enjoy the tranquility, stunning scenery, wildlife, and wonderful food.
There are just two guest bedrooms, each individually designed with period features, wonderful views and antiques. There is also a lovely comfortable guest lounge with TV, guide books, maps and a welcoming fire during winter.
Breakfast at Stonecroft is quite an event. Guests dine in style in the lovely dining room with views over the garden towards Mam Tor ridge. The emphasis is on fine foods, organic and locally sourced wherever possible, bone china and silver cutlery made locally by David Mellor.
Owner, Julia Reid, is an award winning chef who won a scholarship to study Catering and Hotel Management in Holland. She is very proud to have been awarded four stars, a gold award and a breakfast award from the Visit Britain and the AA. Stonecroft was also recently placed third in the Free From Eating Out Awards (Guesthouses) and offers vegetarian, vegan and special diet menus as well as the varied breakfast menu.
The extensive website includes menus and details of facilities, as well as the option to book online. Short breaks are available for those who book directly with Stonecroft offering a 5% discount for three or more nights accommodation.
The location and stunning surroundings make Stonecroft somewhere special to stay, and their reputation for quality and fine foods defines everything they do.
See our website www.stonecroftguesthouse.co.uk for more information