The Old Post Office

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Birch Vale, Derbyshire (High Peak)

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Birch Vale
High Peak
Derbyshire
England
SK22 1AA

The Old Post Office, Birch Vale

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Situated in the Peak District The Old Post Office Bed & Breakfast is a small warm and friendly B&B in beautiful surroundings. Once the centre of village life the Old Post Office is now a comfortable retreat with good honest room rates. Period property built in 1860 formerly the village post office includes residents 'post office lounge'.

Unspoilt views large garden available to all guests and with larger than average rooms.

Located approximately 300 yards from Sett Valley Trail two miles from foot of Kinder Scout of mass trespass fame and two miles from Torrs millenium walkway New Mills. Ideal for walkers and cyclists or lazy breaks. The Old Post Office - Around Us is The Peak District is famous for walking and many quality local walks can be taken right from the door step.

The most famous local walk being Kinder Scout but that is only the start. With the 'Sett Valley Trail' (reaching from Hayfield to New Mills) within a few hundred yards bike rides are also a big favour with visitors. Even if your stay is to be more sedentary our aim is to make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as possible.

Our rates are some of the best around with service and comfort coming first what ever the price! Nobody likes it when prices are hiked up during so called 'high seasons' so we don't! Same rates all year round nice and simple.

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From: £28.00

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