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All reviews roger and maureen hot tub four poster on arrival cup of tea homemade bread sky tv highly recommend this b b granola heights of abraham mini fridge feel very welcome nothing is too much trouble my partner little touches breakfast was amazing peak district
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Reviewed 5 June 2018

Booked this B and B For me ,my partner and our dog for a four night stay,It is a beautiful bed and breakfast in a fantastic location a great base for exploring all that the area has to offer.from the moment we arrived we were made to feel welcome and were greeted with coffee and cake on our arrival. Our room was lovely wiith everything we needed for our stay, loved all the little extra touches including a basket of toiletries in the bathroom fresh coffee machine and our own fridge.The breakfast was fantastic and the choice offered was vast everything from fresh fruit and yoghurts and fresh baked bread to the traditional full English all cooked to perfection by Roger..As a treat on our last night we were able to book Roger to cook fresh made to order pizzas with salad and Garlic bread followed by an hours use of the hot tub .The pizza was delicious and Rogers hosting was fantastic with nothing to much trouble, From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we were made to feel so welcome and we can not wait to return for another visit.

Stayed: June 2018
1  Thank Kirsty H
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Reviewed 2 June 2018

From start to finish our 2 night stay was fantastic. Roger and Maureen are fantastic hosts with a lovely B&B. We booked the hot tub for an hour (£15) and bought a glass of wine and a beer to enjoy. The B&B is licensed and the prices are incredibly reasonable. We added breakfast both mornings and you could choose which items to include. The breakfast was good quality and was well priced (£5 each). The black pudding was delicious as was the homemade yogurt, granola and fruit compote. The location is brilliant, a 10 minute walk to Matlock Bath and a 20 minute walk to Matlock. We personally preferred Matlock, it had a good choice of restaurants and cocktail bars.

  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank YorksFoodie1995
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

Booked on the same day as travelling and got a lovely room with a four poster bed ..... Roger was very welcoming , showed us around the room and even gave us tips on places to go / eat / see if we wanted ..... lovely comfortable clean room , had a greats nights sleep ....
Breakfast was lovely and cooked expertly by Roger .... would recommend to anyone .... can't wait to go back ....

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Samantha H
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Very comfortable B&B close to Matlock Bath. Friendly host Roger greeted us with coffee and homemade lemon cake on a cold and snowy Sunday in March. He previously advised us of the local road conditions.

Our room was a good sized double room with 4 poster bed at the front of the property. Traffic noise is noticeable but did not disturb us until 7.30am the next day.

Good facilities in room, Sky TV, kettle, pod coffee machine. Small ensuite shower room with basket of "essentials" if anything forgotten. The bed is on the firm side so be warned.

Breakfast was superb. Great selection of cooked items with homemade bread. Good strong coffee. A very good start to the day.

Free WiFi available in room.

Be careful which site you book the accommodation with. I booked thru the visit Peak District site and was charged more than if I'd gone through other sites. Still good value for money.

Excellent Italian restaurant, Viva, is 15 minutes walk from The Cables.

No disabled access to upstairs rooms

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Mikem1965
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Reviewed 19 November 2017 via mobile

We stayed at the cables Friday and Saturday night as we were going to Chatsworth house Christmas market and Christmas house had a lovely time at the cables and found it very relaxing and comfortable breakfast was great will defiantly be staying again thank you for your hospitality Rodger and Maureen

Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Coopergj
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