Pig of Lead

Bed and Breakfast in Bonsall, Derbyshire

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Via Gellia Road
Bonsall
Derbyshire
England
DE4 2AJ

Pig of Lead, Bonsall

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The Pig of Lead was formerly a public house and is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Bonsall. Now offering bed & breakfast accommodation with three en-suite rooms..

The Pig of Lead was formerly a public house and is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Bonsall. Now offering bed & breakfast accommodation with three en-suite rooms. All the rooms have central heating, tea & coffee making facilities and colour TV with teletext and DVD player

There is a guest sitting room with solid fuel stove to relax in at the end of the day. It is ideally situated within easy access to areas of local interest in the Derbyshire Dales and the Peak District. We have off road parking and secure parking if required

If you are a walker you can park your car for the week and find public footpaths in all directions on the doorstep. This is a family home with a friendly and informal atmosphere where we will endeavour to make your stay as relaxing and pleasant as possible. Opposite The Pig of Lead are Dunsley Meadows which are a small group of traditionally grazed fields on the west side between the woods and the valley bottom

Here are some nearby places to go and visit, in and around the local area: Arkwrights mill, Chatsworth house, Masson mill, Haddon hall, National stone castle and Scarthin books. Please Note: Non-smoking. No pets permitted on the premises

Off street parking facilities are available Check-in time:14:00 Check-out time:10:30

From: £40.00

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Hob Hurst's House - 7.3 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

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Chatsworth - 8 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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