Biggin Hall Hotel in Derbyshire is a 21 bedroom Country House Hotel offering exceptional year-round accommodation in the heart of the Peak District. Biggin Hall is a characterful historic house of 17th century origin, centrally situated in the Peak District National Park in peaceful open countryside, standing at 1,000 feet above sea level.
The area is one of England’s finest for walking, cycling and other outdoor activities. The diverse nature of the Derbyshire landscape with its dry-stone walling, deep-wooded valleys, heather-clad moorlands and timeless market towns and villages, provides the perfect setting for a relaxing break. This tranquility belies the vast wealth generated by Derbyshire’s lead, copper and coal mines, and the dark Satanic Mills of the Derwent Valley, the wealth of which financed the building of many iconic stately homes and public buildings around the country.
Biggin Hall is the ideal base from which to explore and enjoy stunning landscapes and glimpses of past grandeur and bold enterprises now preserved as industrial archaeology. Many visitors to Biggin Hall use it as a base to explore estates such as Haddon Hall, Chatsworth and the many National Trust properties nearby, as well as to visit the pretty market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Leek and Buxton.
The beauty of the Peak District National Park with its spectacular White Peak and Dark Peak contrasting terrain has a special appeal in Autumn and Winter making Biggin Hall a truly year round destination for visitors.