Losehill House and Spa
- At a Glance
- Our Review
A complimentary bottle of champagne on arrival.
Derbyshire Dales spa hotel that's Peak of the bunch
Tucked along a leafy lane with standout views of heather covered hillsides, Losehill House Hotel & Spa is not surprisingly billed as one of the best kept secrets in the Peak District.
Know It All
Hit the spot
Near Castleton, in the scenic heart of the Peak District.
Come here for...
● Brilliant breakfast views of the Dales. ● Spa pampering. ● An outdoor hot tub looking out towards the scenic Hope Valley.
There’s a great spa here for some pampering, together with an indoor pool and outdoor hot tub. There's also a sofa-strewn lounge bar for pre- and post-dinner drinks.
Good to know
The house is reached by a long and narrow country lane – breathe in!
16 rooms and five suites.
All rooms have a kingsize bed, flat screen TV and bathrooms stocked with Thalgo spa products, as well as lovely views of the surrounding countryside.
The luxurious Edale suite has its own private entrance, a standalone double bath and a wet room shower – perfect for honeymooners. Otherwise opt for a Deluxe King double– we especially loved Room 4 and Room 10. Room 5 (a King double) has wonderful views.
Eat & Drink
Eat & drink
With meat from Derbyshire Dales farms, eggs from Bamford, veg from Buxton and bread baked in-house, Losehill House majors on sourcing good local food.
Hearty appetites will love the fillet of White Peak beef served with sautéed wild mushrooms or braised shoulder of local lamb. We enjoyed the roast salmon served on a spinach risotto with samphire, followed by melt-in-the-mouth lemon tart and a selection of local cheeses. Afternoon tea in the lounge with toasted teacakes is just the tonic after a day in the fresh air.
Served until 10:00. Tuck into Derbyshire oatcakes, local sausages and lashings of freshly squeezed orange juice.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Walking hereabouts is a must, and you’ll want to hit one of the hill trails or moorland walks looping through the Peak District – whether it’s an easy ramble or a demanding climb with superlative views.
Nearby pretty villages include Castleton, watched over by the ruins of Peveril Castle, where you can explore the Peak cavern (less poetically known as the Devil’s Arse!) and Speedwell cavern, where a boat takes you along an underground canal. Buy some local blue stone jewellery from the village shops.
Other places within easy reach include the festival town of Buxton and Chatsworth House, seat of the Duke of Devonshire. If you’re into more adventurous stuff, mountain biking and potholing can all be arranged.
Book a de-stressing or revitalising body treatment in the Losehill House Spa, where therapists use marine-based Thalgo products. Try an invigorating sea salt scrub, a de-tox hot stone massage or a pampering facial. Sweat it out in the sauna, clock up some lengths in the indoor pool or soak in the outdoor hot tub, with its wide-open view of the Dales.
The Buxton Festival is just the place for lovers of the high arts – two weeks of opera, classical music and literature.
The pretty village of Castleton becomes even prettier during the Christmas Festival, when it’s lit up for Yule.
A complimentary bottle of champagne on arrival.Book Now
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 150 - 205Check In
11:00Minimum Night Stay
Two nights at weekends.Open/Closed
Open all year.Air Conditioning
Welcome in some rooms.Wedding License?
Yes. Ceremonies and receptions for up to 120 guests can be held.
Losehill Lane, Edale Road, Hope, S336AF.Parking
There is free guest parking.Trains
Hope station – two miles.Taxis
GBP10 from the station, GBP 40 from Manchester Airport.Airport
Manchester – 20 miles.