Losehill House is the only 4-star hotel located within the heart of The Peak District National Park. This 1914 Arts and Crafts gem redeveloped as a boutique country hotel and spa, occupies a secluded spot on the side of Losehill with stunning views overlooking Win Hill. The hotel has 23 bedrooms and is beautifully situated near Hope, equidistant from the wonderful villages of Castleton and Edale, all in the midst of some of the best walking and outdoor activity countryside in England.
Losehill House is a great spot for a short break or holiday or just a relaxing escape. The Peak District is a beautiful area and the unequaled location, combined with their friendly local staff, award-winning Orangery Restaurant and Thalgo Spa are just some of the reasons why guests enjoy Losehill House.
Losehill House Hotel has 23 beautifully appointed 4-star en-suite bedrooms and suites – all with Flat Screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access, plus robes and slippers for the Spa. Most rooms boast extensive views over the National Park nestled between Lose Hill and Win Hill and at the meeting point of the Hope Valley and the Vale of Edale.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Highspeed Internet/Wifi
- Laundry service
- Room service
- No smoking
- In-Room Safe
- Free Wi-Fi
Orangery Restaurant, Lounge & Bar
The award-winning Orangery Restaurant boasts flavours and presentation which create a memorable dining experience in a wonderful setting. The Times has listed the restaurant as one of the ’20 best wild places to eat in Britain’. The team feels strongly about the quality and provenance of all their ingredients and source from local Peak District businesses wherever possible.
On The Map: The Peak District National Park is located in Central England, just southeast of Mancheser and west of Sheffield.
The Peak District National Park became the first designated national park in the UK in 1951. Given its close proximity to the mnajor cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield, the park attracts millions of visitors each year. The park encompasses an area rich in culture and natural diversity – from the northern moorlands around Dark Peak, to the southern limestone region around White Peak. The park is a walker’s paradise, boasting a very extensive network of footpaths and trails. Gritstone peaks such as Stanage Edge and The Roaches, are universally recognized as some of the best rock-climbing locations in the world. Potholing in the Park’s many caves, mines and caverns is very popular, and watersports abound on the Park’s larger bodies of water. Beyond the wonderful rolling-hill scenery, the Park has much to offer visitors, whether just passing through, or staying for multiple days. Bakewell is the largest town within the Park’s boundaries, and its charming arched bridge dates from the 13th century. The Park features several historic buildings of note, including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall and Lyme Park. The charming village of Castleton is overlooked by the imposing ruin of Peveril Castle, situated on a picture-perfect limestone perch.