Biggin Hall stands in its own spacious grounds of eight acres and is a protected building of historic interest, Grade II * listed. The present owners have completely renovated it, in keeping with its original character.
The lounge has the date 1672 above the massive stone fireplace and the main entrance contains an oak panelled lobby of considerable antiquity.
Our rooms are spacious and individually furnished. In addition to the 'Master Suite' - a luxurious four poster bedded room - there are six double / twin bedrooms in the main house, all with their own bathrooms en suite, and a suite of two rooms sharing an adjoining bathroom.
We have a total of twelve more rooms available in converted former outbuildings - The Courtyard, Bothy and Lodge.
Dinner in our dining room, which looks out across the lawn, is one of the highlights of your stay, when the open fire, excellent food, and a good selection of wines all combine to create a convivial atmosphere for an enjoyable meal.
Many guests return year after year to sample the delights of our traditional home cooking. Much of the food is of local origin with the accent on free range wholefoods and natural flavours, together with a seasonal selection of vegetables.
Visitors have a choice of two sitting rooms, one with a library, the other with a large open fire place and there is a separate dining room.
The diverse nature of the Derbyshire landscape with its dry-stone walling, deep wooded valleys, heather clad moorlands, timeless market towns and villages, provides the perfect setting for a relaxing break.