Georgian house B&B on working farm offering three large bedrooms, two of which are ensuite
A large Georgian house set in open countryside on the edge of Derby. The House was built circa 1740 and owned by the Mickleover Manor Estate until 1937 when it was bought by the present owner’s father. The farmhouse is a quarter of a mile off the main road, down a concreted driveway and is very quiet and peaceful. There are three large bedrooms all on the first floor and two are ensuite. All rooms have beautiful open views of the rolling countryside.
Well situated for visits to many National Trust properties such as Calke Abbey, Sudbury Hall and Kedleston Hall. Derby Crown China and the potteries of Stoke on Trent are also within driving distance. Running through the farm is the Sustrans Cycle Way (National Cycle Network) – Route 54-68 which is popular with walkers as well as cyclists. There’s a choice of pubs and restaurants locally to choose from. A lovely day out can be had in Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and the Peak District, including Chatsworth House.