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Tantalise your taste buds at our Michelin restaurants
Derbyshire and the Peak District continue to tantalise taste buds, with several of our restaurants garnering prestigious nods in the recently published 2024 Michelin Guide.
Celebrated at Manchester’s recent ceremony, the highly sought-after Michelin Stars shine brightly on Derbyshire’s culinary scene.
The Peacock at Rowsley, renowned for its “traditional lunches” and “adventurous” evening fare, finds itself gracing the pages of the renowned guide.
Stones in Matlock draws plaudits for its “unfussy, modern British dishes” with “Mediterranean touches,” while The Old Vicarage in Ridgeway impresses with its “sophisticated dishes, boasting assured flavours and subtle modern influences.”
For those seeking grandeur, Fischer’s at Baslow Hall, housed within a “fine Edwardian manor house,” offers “original, modern dishes with Mediterranean influences.” An intimate ambience awaits at The Lighthouse in Boylestone, where “ambitious modern dishes” tantalise discerning palates.
Lee Smith’s Lovage in Bakewell charms with its “chatty, informative team” and “top-quality, modern menu,” while The Pack Horse in Hayfield tempts with its “hearty pub dishes” elevated by a “refined edge.” Finally, The Blind Bull in Little Hucklow wins praise for its “concise menu,” featuring “refined classics with a focus on flavour” and catering to vegetarian preferences.
These accolades underline Derbyshire’s position as a growing gastronomic region, offering diverse culinary experiences, from traditional fare to innovative creations, all recognised for their quality and creativity.
Kick back and unwind at Wheeldon Trees
After a delicious dinner, return to your cottage and unwind in luxurious comfort. Curl up by the fireplace, unwind in the spa-like bathroom, or simply relax on a comfortable sofa while enjoying a glass of wine or a cup of tea.
Wheeldon Trees offers the perfect escape for your 2024 holiday.
10 stunning cottages
We have 10 stunning cottages in 12 acres of Peak District National Park. Alongside luxury cottages, our rural retreat offers free EV charging and an honesty shop packed to the brim with goodies. In addition, we have a fantastic games room where you can play pool, air hockey or ping pong. We have two new electric bikes for you to borrow to explore the local area. What’s more, we have recently added two new hybrid bikes.
The Farmhouse is our flagship property. The cottage underwent a six-figure refurbishment in 2022 and today oozes luxury and style. Nadin, Ollerenshaw, Priestley and Mycock have also been upgraded in the last year.
Our three dog-friendly cottages are Critchlow, Lomas and Ollerenshaw. Sheldon Cottage is our fantastic accessible cottage with the best views in the house.
TripAdvisor recently named Wheeldon Trees in the top 10% of places to stay in the world. Thanks to our visitors’ amazing reviews, we recently received the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award 2023 for the second year running. To complete the hat trick, we were also the runner-up in best self-catering accommodation at this year’s Visit Peak District and Derbyshire Tourism Awards.
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