What To Expect At Peak Manor
A basic weekend supply of the following essentials are supplied:
• Hand soap• Shower Gel• Loo rolls (1 x on the holder and 1 spare per bathroom)• Bin bags• Washing up liquid• Cling film & kitchen foil• 5 x dishwasher tablets• 2 x tea towels• 1 x dish cloth• Basic cleaning materials• Essentials – a basic supply of tea, coffee, sugar and condiments.• Utilities – Electric, gas, heating and hot water• FREE WiFi
• Travel cot (if requested) – please bring your own cot bed linen.• High chairs (if requested)• Hair dryer • Fresh linen with beds made up upon arrival• Fresh towels – Bath towel for each guest & hand towels• Iron and ironing board and indoor clothes airer• Hoover and mop/bucket• There are several TV’s located throughout Peak Manor’s living and social areas and a 10ft cinema screen in the cinema room. • Selection of DVD’s• Pool table and various other games rooms activities• Fully equipped gym, with therapists available by prior request
The Surrounding Area
Situated in its own private 3 acre estate, Peak Manor enjoys beautiful views overlooking the Derbyshire valleys. Steeped in history, yet with a contemporary style which blends seamlessly to provide the perfect, decadent, large group or multi-generational, holiday accommodation.
Peak Manor is part of the rural hamlet of Makeney, located in lovely rolling countryside, on the borders of the Peak District National Park. There are at least five excellent pubs within a 15- minute walk of the property.
The nearest town is Belper, which has been awarded World Heritage status. It is a wonderful historic market town with a lovely meander river running through it. It provides the perfect place for exploring and shopping in the world heritage corridor and also for discovering the Peak District. Stretching 15 miles down the river valley from Matlock Bath to Derby, the series of historic mill complexes include some of the world’s first modern factories and the walk by the river is a delight on a warm spring day.