Self-catering accommodation in the heart
of stunning Derbyshire countryside
Welcome to Stainsborough Hall
Stainsborough Hall and its five independent holiday cottages provide a beautiful base for an idyllic, pet-friendly, country getaway for the whole family.
Located on the shores of Carsington Water, with direct access to the traffic-free trail around the reservoir, the Stainsborough Hall estate is an ideal holiday destination for walkers, cyclists, and holidaymakers looking to take advantage of the stunning scenery. And, while the cottages are set in a stunning rural and remote location, local attractions such as the Heights of Abraham, Cromford, Matlock, Ashbourne, and The Peak District National Park are all within a 10-minute drive of the property.
The five independent cottages – Derwent, Dovedale, Henmore, Lathkill, and Summer - are all located around one courtyard, but private entrances, meter-thick walls, and separate terraces mean that you feel like you are totally alone. The cottages have either two or three bedrooms and are ideal for families.
The main house is set apart from the cottages and is available for reservations of up to 20 people. Recently renovated and stylishly decorated throughout, the house is a comfortable and relaxing place to enjoy time with friends and family. The ten bedrooms, two living rooms, games room with pool table, dining room with seating for 20, and enormous kitchen provide ample space for larger groups.
Stainsborough Hall and its cottages are set in 15 acres of beautiful gardens and countryside. There is also a private tennis court that guests can use and a games room with a table tennis table and room to relax.
Stainsborough Hall and its cottages are open all year - and thanks to underfloor heating throughout and lovely log burners in all living rooms, they are a lovely place to relax and unwind year-round.
Idyllic, countryside location
Pet-friendly - dogs welcome
Log Burners in all properties
Free Wifi - throughout
Direct access to Carsington Water
Following COVID 19 protocols