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Reviewed 14 August 2017

We have enjoyed a relaxing long weekend here with our dog Meg. The staff are very helpful.The house is surrounded with lovely gardens just right for a drink in the evening after a long day walking the Peaks.

James the owner is a quintessentially English Gentleman and the kind of person any guest would want to welcome them on arrival. We booked a superior room through Expedia using links to find a dog friendly hotel in the Peak Dristrict. Although when we arrived we were not in the main house where the superior rooms are but in the courtyard where the standard rooms are. Dogs are not allowed in the main building. This is an flaw with Expedia booking service it gives you the option to book both types of room. It was not what we expected but we talked to James who understood our disappointment and did everything within his power to rectify this.

This aside we loved house, the location, the breakfast and the fact you are welcome to take a packed lunch for free (a real bonus while walking the high peaks) and we would certainly return here again.

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

Went with some friends last week for lunch. Three courses for £17. Excellent value. Food and service very good. Be sure to book as it is always busy. Lovely old building with nice lounge for having coffee in after your meal.

Room tip: Main building
Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Very enjoyable break, great food & lovely surrounding to rexlax & recuperate.
The staff are very friendly & attentive. The menu choices are comprehensive & well presented. Complimentary Pre dinner pims in the lounge a lovely touch while choosing from the menu. Will defiantly return for another visit.

Room tip: Great to be in the old house but room 6 & 7 at the top of the house & a little on the warm side
Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

We have been visiting Bigginhall for the last couple of years with our dog Charlie. The dog friendly rooms are of excellent quality. The evening meal experience in terms of quality of food is excellent and the grounds and overall experience increases on each visit. We would like to thank all the staff for their kindness and warm friendly welcome. We as always look forward to our next visit, which will be soon.

Gary, Debbie & Charlie

Date of stay: August 2017
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Reviewed 6 August 2017

Stayed a couple of nights here. Great food and breakfast. However on arriving we were put in a cottage on the roadside some way from the hall (rooms 20 -23). Didn't feel like we were staying at Biggin hall. Unless you are booking a superior room you are not in the hall. You are off in an out building. This is probably because the hall itself is small. Could have got this room at any roadside B&B or farm B&B for half the price.

Room tip: Main hall probably best at a premium
Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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james84451, Owner at Biggin Hall Country House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2017

Thank you for your kind comments about the food here. I am sorry that you were led to expect to be in the main house whereas you were in accommodation in the grounds. As you correctly say, rooms which third party websites classify as 'superior' are in the main house and those they classify as 'standard' are in rooms in converted old stone buildings in the courtyard and lodge.

We do not want anyone arriving here with expectations which will not be met, as this can only lead to a sense of disappointment so I have looked into this urgently, and appreciate your bringing this to my attention.

Our own website makes it clear which accommodation is in other buildings. However, I have already found one third party website which does not and they have corrected their entry. To help me track down any others it would be most helpful if you could let me know which website you used.

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