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South facing and high on a plateau between Dovedale and the Manifold valley, Stanshope Hall is in the heart of the Peak District National Park in central England, on a small road between the villages of Ilam and Alstonefield. It is seven miles to the nearest town, Ashbourne.
The Hall is a listed building dating back to the 1600s, and is most unusually decorated. We have been singled out by many guides, and have appeared in the Which? Hotel Guide every year since 1994.
Stanshope Hall is also four star accredited by VisitEngland the official tourist board for England. The tourist board star system has a maximum of five stars. They relate to the general standard of the accommodation, and the quality of service.
This Access Statement is intended to provide additional information for all guests who come to stay. Recognition is given to guests with an impairment. Stanshope Hall aims to ensure that, as far as possible, all guests are treated equally and according to their wishes. Car parking is available right outside our front door. Bedrooms are on the first floor up a flight of stone stairs (18th century staircase). The twin room is accessed down a further flight of four steps. Help is always available to carry luggage. All bedrooms have baths and showers. The twin and the king room have walk-in showers. Emergency lighting comes on in the public areas and staircase in the event of power failure and torches are also available. We can cater for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets and can provide decaffeinated tea and coffee if preferred. Please note that Stanshope Hall is situated in a peaceful remote rural location, reached via narrow and windy roads. It is 7 miles from the nearest supermarket and doctor’s surgery and is not accessible by public transport. June 2017/NC