|Rowsley Hall Farm Matlock Rowsley Hall Farm, Rowsley, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2EG|
"Rowsley Hall Farm, Matlock, Derbyshire, Open all year round, Rowsley Hall Farm is a 200 acre working beef and sheep farm, providing comfortable and friendly bed and breakfast accommodation in one of the most beautiful and interesting areas of the Derbyshire Peak District."
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Rowsley Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast
|Rowsley, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2EG|
Telephone: 01629 732175
|Welcome to Rowsley Hall Farm|
Open all year round, Rowsley Hall Farm is a 200 acre working beef and sheep farm, providing comfortable and friendly bed and breakfast accommodation in one of the most beautiful and interesting areas of the Derbyshire Peak District.
Situated in the picturesque village of Rowsley and just off the beaten track, Rowsley Hall Farm has two delightful self-contained en-suite rooms
Rowsley Hall Farm has been in the Caudwell family for generations and is run today by Carole Caudwell. The Caudwell name is well known and respected in the area, and Caudwell's Mill, a Grade II listed historic flour mill is part of the Caudwell family heritage. Now run as a museum with a Gift Shop and cafe, it's well worth a visit during your stay.
Our comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation consists of two en-suite rooms, both with their own private entrances; one is a large converted hayloft which sleeps up to 3 people, and the other is a ground-floor annexe, sleeping 2 people.
Both rooms have a sofa, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities as well as some thoughtful extras to make your stay as comfortable as possible. There are beautiful views over the farm itself, as well as the surrounding rolling hills and countryside.
A full English breakfast is served in the large farmhouse kitchen, with eggs and honey from the farm, homemade bread, jams and marmalade to complete the meal.
Prices start at £65 per room per night, and bookings can be made by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or calling on 01629 732175