Rockingham Lodge

Bed and Breakfast in Tideswell, Derbyshire (Peak District)

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Rockingham Lodge, Tideswell

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Rockingham Lodge provides high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation within the charming village of Tideswell. Situated in the heart of the England's famous Peak District National Park, Tideswell is a popular place of stay for walkers, cyclists, rock climbers and others who wish to enjoy the Park's beautiful scenery and many local attractions.

The B & B accommodation comprises of one double bedroom with shower en-suite, one twin bedroom with shower en-suite and one twin bedroom with a separate private bathroom comprising WC, bath and shower. All rooms have flat-screen TVs as well as tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a comfortable guest lounge with a wood burning fire, colour television and DVD player.

Full English or continental style breakfast is included in the price, and weather permitting can be enjoyed in a secluded courtyard leading from the breakfast room. A hearty packed lunch can be provided if ordered in advance. The village has several Pubs serving evening meals within easy walking distance.

The village also has, a tea room, a bakers, a butchers, a post office, a general store and two fish and chips shops all of which are within a two minute walk from Rockingham Lodge.

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From: £52.00

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