Self catering accommodation in Derbyshire

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Homestead and Cheesehouse, The Farm, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BL

These two bunkhouses are situated on a small mixed farm in the middle of Bamford, just 3 miles from Stanage Edge. The Derwent Dams are between 1.5 and 7 miles further up the valley. Castleton is 5 miles to the north, Chatsworth House and Park 10 miles to the southwest. Both bunkhouses have individual bunks each with mattress, fitted sheets and pillow (bring your own sleeping bags), gas central heating and drying facilities. Homestead has 22 beds in 3 rooms, and 2 bathrooms with 2 toilets and showers in each, a large dayroom with oak seating and a fully equipped kitchen with gas cooker. Cheesehouse is a self-contained bunkhouse with four bunks, ideal for a small family or group. It has a shower and toilet and is equipped with a kitchen having cooking rings, a microwave oven, toaster and kettle. The bunkhouses are 2 minutes’ walk from a pub. Sorry, no dogs (working dogs on site).

This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District.

or call Helena Platts on
01433 651298

Rooms & Beds:

Homestead 22: 1×10, 2×6. Cheesehouse 4: 1×4.

Open:

All year, arrive after 2pm on day of arrival and leave by 11am on departure.

Price per night:

From £15 per person. Sole use: Homestead £195, Cheesehouse £45. Minimum of 2 night booking for Homestead at weekends or phone for a quote for a single night fee.

Booking:

Recommended for weekends

Ask for:

Helena Platts

Directions:

The farm is in the centre of Bamford on South View Lane (turn off A6013 at the ‘Country Stores’).

Public Transport:

Nearest train station Bamford, 10 minutes’ walk. Bus 274 & 275 operates Sundays Bamford to Sheffield or Castleton. Bus 272 Bamford to Sheffield and Castleton. Bus 241 Bamford to Bakewell.

This accommodation is available to individuals.

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Stay on a Farm at Bamford

Stay on a Farm at Bamford

The Farm at Bamford has two bunkhouses, The Homestead sleeping 22 and The Cheesehouse sleeping 4.

Right in the centre of the Peak District village of Bamford, The Farm is a working farm with sheep and cows.    Across the road from the Farm Lane is the village pub the Anglers Rest.    This is Derbyshires first  community owned purchased collectively by over 300 people  in 2013 and run for the benefit of the community.  The Anglers Rest hosts live music, runs quiz nights and contains the village post office and cafe.  A great resource for villages and visitors alike.

Contact Homestead and Cheesehouse:

01433 651298