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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We stayed for 5 days at the end of July 2016. Excellent B&B. Good breakfasts. Clean with generous space for guests - a bedroom, bathroom, a breakfast room and a sitting room with t.v. Nicky & Steve are warm, friendly hosts who take good care of their guests. They have extensive local knowledge. There are books to read and chess...

1Thank DRA05
Famagusta, Cyprus
Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

A short slight up hill walk through fields ( sometimes with cows in) to the stone circle. The views are breathtaking and worth the walk alone. Quite an atmospheric place steeped in history. The farmhouse does B&B.... wish it did afternoon tea !

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Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

Nice location, close to bigger villages. Good starting point for walks, arbor low itself is very close, nice to see such a piece of history. Accommodation is good, nice people that are there to tell you were to go.

Thank Arjen V
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

I couldn't go without mentioning the beautiful arbor low , its in the top ten places for me , even though im a local lass and have been coming here for years night and day , celebrating and contemplating. With me following the 'old ways' i do get here quite alot but for anyone who enjoys history and peaceful relaxation...

Thank Kathy H
Leicester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 November 2015 via mobile

My wife & I stayed at Arbour Low b & b for two nights over half term. The location is remote and stunning. The room was very good and the extra rooms that we could use were brilliant. We felt at home pretty much from the start. Nicki & Steve are lovely folks, and do everything to make you feel...

Thank Gary L
Reviewed 22 September 2015

We checked in to Arbor Low for one night while walking the Limestone Way to Castleton. It's a couple of miles off the route, but overnight accommodation in the area is scarce. We opted for an evening meal and packed lunch the next day in addition to bed and breakfast. This working farm is stunningly isolated; Nicky said their nearest...

1Thank Chris C
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 June 2015

A great base for a walking weekend. Nicola recommended a couple of brilliant walks and was so helpful and friendly. Lovely comfortable place to stay, great for kids (age 8). It was nice to have a lounge to use too.

1Thank Kate T
Rushton Spencer, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 June 2015

Me and a friend stayed here for a couple of days the room was basic and needs updating, the towels in the bathroom were that hard we gave our skin a good loafing drying off. We kept on hearing the owners kids and parents shouting in the other half that they lived in, which put me off. But the food...

1Thank Michele L
Yeovil, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 October 2014

A group of six of us stopped over here recently for one night whilst walking The Limestone Way. The afternoon tea with which we were greeted was an unexpected pleasure; especially the huge slab of cake! The rooms were spacious and comfortable, with all modern facilities provided. Not having any transport of our own with us, we were very kindly...

2Thank Philip H
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 September 2013

Last stop on this trip. We handfasted 9 years ago at the circle, met Steve and Nicky briefly then. Beautiful place, (OK, I'm biased), but the rooms were perfect, no rose petals in the loo, at breakfast, no feathers in the tomatoes, just good, friendly welcoming people. Missed out on one thing (sorry, Nicky) there was a home-baked cake waiting...

4Thank David H

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Address: Upper Oldhams Farm Long Rake, Monyash DE45 1JS, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Derbyshire > Monyash
Number of rooms: 2
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