Bleaklow Farm

Hassop, Derbyshire

This really is one of a kind! Our luxury 15-bedroom self catering accommodation stands unique on Longstone Edge, a stunning limestone ridge, offering sensational views over thousands of acres of the breath-taking Peak District National Park.

These traditional limestone buildings sit bang in the middle of their very own private farmland interrupted only by the sheep grazing nearby and sky larks playing in the wind. This peaceful haven is the perfect venue for your group holiday.

Bleaklow Farm has been lovingly renovated and carefully restored to its former glory yet immaculately designed to provide our guests with outstanding comfort. Our modern features include rainfall showers, underfloor heating, en-suites for every bedroom and plenty of space to switch off and relax. We feature locally quarried Mandale limestone, Kartell furniture, British designer Juliet Travers wallpaper and a host of other luxury brands.

All of this makes Bleaklow Farm perfect for corporate retreats, intimate weddings and group trips.

This impressive kitchen truly is the heart of the home, with enough dining space for all of your guests, a large corner sofa, plus the unbroken view of the surrounding landscape through its glass walls. This really is the perfect place for your group to gather. There are an additional 2 living rooms, a cloakroom and utility all within the main house, ensuring there is plenty of space for your whole party to unwind.

Our Grand Barn offers the perfect place for a celebration. With its flexible entertaining space, it is able to seat your whole group for an incredible feast or can be cleared for you to dance the night away. You can also gather on the mezzanine or hide away in the secret snug.

Eight of our luxury bedrooms sit within the main house, with the further seven just across the courtyard in the beautifully refurbished outbuildings. All of our 15 bedrooms have their own en-suites, clothes storage, hair dryers and comfortable beds, meaning everyone gets a good night's sleep.

Outside the property you can enjoy the sensational views from the patio area. These south facing spaces offer the perfect spot to watch the constantly changing clouds and hopefully to enjoy some British sunshine. There is also plenty of room for alfresco dining or a BBQ in the courtyard.

The Local Area
From Bleaklow, you can see many of the best local spots. Why not head to Bakewell and enjoy the traditional pudding or visit the impressive estate of Chatsworth House? With its farmyard, playground, sweeping grounds and elegant house there is something for everyone. You can even visit the Farm Shop for some local produce.

The Extras
With a home of this size, we know it's important to have local support in entertaining, catering and looking after your guests. That’s why we have a specially selected list of local suppliers from private chefs to outdoor activity instructors.

Top Tip
Enjoy the stunning views from our patio, it’s the perfect spot to soak up some of the evening rays and switch off after an adventurous day of exploring the great British countryside!

Bleaklow Farm offers a spectacular base for a large group holiday or celebration.

The Heart of the Home (Kitchen, Dining and Living space)
The kitchen is split over 2 areas, with plenty of utensils and appliances so you will be able to cook up a storm. To ensure this space works for your group we have equipped the kitchen to facilitate catering for a big group with extra appliances.

The space offers excellent views over the surrounding countryside from its island unit, the dining space that can seat your whole group, and the large corner sofa.

• 3 x Ovens
• Microwave
• 2 x Dishwashers
• Boiling water tap
• 3 x Fridge/freezers, built in water and ice
• Wine fridge
• Plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, cutlery
• 2 x Induction hobs
• Coffee maker

The Library 
A great spot to chill out with a book (and glass of gin!), this room offers a quiet space whilst still being connected to the group as it links the main entrance and kitchen. The Library also overlooks the small pond, and internal courtyard.

• Sofas seating 4-6
• Armchairs seating 4
• Lamps
• Books
• Games

The Sitting Room 
This secluded sitting room offers a luxurious hideaway from the rest of the house. If you fancy curling up with a film, this is the place to do it.

• Sofa seating for 6
• Smart TV
• Log burner

The Grand Barn 
Our Grand Barn is a multifunctional space, the flagstone ground floor can be set up for a small event, intimate dinner, or cleared away allowing guests to enjoy activities, such as yoga or to simply dance the night away. This space is also serviced with its own Male and Female toilets.

You can sneak upstairs to the mezzanine, where you can play the grand piano or watch over the fun below, or for even more privacy, slip into the TV room, a great spot to watch a film or sports match.

• Multifunctional space
• Male and Female bathrooms
• Mezzanine
• Grand piano
• Log burner
• TV room

The Gym & Games Room 
This space is home to some great equipment for both exercising and relaxing, a good place to head for a run or an intense game of Pool, either way, it will get the adrenaline going.

The Hall, Utility and Shower Room

This area has everything you need for a last-minute refresh before leaving for a day exploring or cleaning off when you return from whatever your adventure has thrown at you. Get your muddy clothes through the wash and dry again in no time!

• Washing Machine
• Tumble dryer
• Downstairs shower
• Downstairs toilet
• Coat and boot storage


All of our bedrooms are sumptuously decorated with soft carpets, rich fabrics and beautiful furniture. Our calm bedrooms are the perfect place for some rest and relaxation during your stay.

We also ensure each room is well equipped to feel just like home.

• Comfortable beds
• Luxury bedding
• Clothes storage in each room
• Mirrors
• TVs
• Additional furniture, including armchairs, bedside tables, lamps
• Towels
• Toiletries
• En-suites
• Hairdryers

Main House Bedrooms

2 x ground floor bedrooms, 4 x first floor and 2 x second floor attic rooms. 

Split over 3 floors and spread throughout the house each room has its own sense of privacy. Many of these rooms have incredible views all the way to Minninglow.

Mix of super king beds (can become 2 x singles), King beds and Doubles 

The Stable Rooms

2 x bedrooms with direct access from the courtyard

Perfect for either couples wanting some privacy or a small family to have some space away from the main group these 2 rooms have doors directly from the courtyard as well as an interlinking corridor. Each bedroom has its own en-suite and views out onto the countryside.

Super king beds (can become 2 x singles)

The Outhouse Rooms  

3 x bedrooms with small kitchenette 

All linked by a corridor featuring a small kitchenette these bedrooms would be great for any family or group of couples wanting to be away from the main house.  

Each with their own bathroom. 

The kitchenette includes a small fridge, coffee machine, kettle and all the crockery you would need for breakfast or a late-night drink and dessert!  

Two super king beds (can become singles) and one king bed 

The Dovecote Rooms

1 x ground room bedroom, 1 x first floor bedroom

Step into the small hall with the first-floor bedroom straight up the stairs and our ground floor bedroom to the right. Each room has its own shower room and toilet, and are generous in proportion. The upstairs room even has its own walk-in wardrobe.

Super king beds (can become 2 x singles)

Just out from the kitchen and main living space is a large patio. Equipped with outdoor furniture, this area can be a great spot to enjoy the sun all day long.

For outside dining we recommend the internal Courtyard which links the Main House to the Grand Barn. There are large tables here for dining as well as our Weber BBQ.

• Outdoor seating
• Outdoor dining
• Sloped lawn area

Farmhouse, Grand Barn, Exterior, Stable & Dovecote Bedrooms

The Parlour Bedrooms

Gym/Games Room

What to do:

Bleaklow Farm is centrally located within the stunning Peak District National Park. There is a wealth of scenic walks and outdoor activities, country pubs and exquisite stately homes all right on your doorstep.

It's hard to know what to recommend the most.


Pubs, Cafes and Restaurants

The Packhorse Inn – Great Longstone.

A historic pub regarded as one of the best in the Peak District. Situated just off the Monsal Trail, it is surrounded by some of the most striking scenery the Peaks has to offer.

The Peacock – Rowsley

Located in the mill yard at Caudwell’s Mill. This cafe is known for its delicious homemade cakes and tasty light lunches.

Rafters – Riverside House, Ashford in the Water

This luxurious restaurant is a 7-minute walk from the property. Offering food that is not only mouth-watering but beautifully presented. The 6-course tasting menu is a popular choice for fine dining lovers.


Things to Do

Chatsworth House and Park 
No visit to the Peak District would be complete without visiting the fabulous Chatsworth House where there is something to do for every member of the family. The Farmyard and Adventure playground is a brilliant day out for children of all ages – with animal handling, milking demonstrations, and daily activities, plus there is a woodland adventure playground with slides, trampolines and more! Then there is obviously the house itself, steeped in history it is one of Britain’s greatest stately homes and has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. The gardens are equally as impressive with over 100 acres and as well and the beautiful flowers and plants, there are giant water features and sculptures dotted around. Again, suitable for all the family, with the maze, garden trails, and the famous water cascade to keep the little ones occupied.

Monsal Trail 
With the Monsal Trail basically on your doorstep it would be rude not to take the opportunity to cycle/walk along this old Midland Railway line which runs from Bakewell right up to Blackwell Mill, in Chee Dale. The trail offers 8.5 miles of traffic free and mud free cycling/walking and with the recently reopened tunnels offers one of the most spectacular leisure routes in Britain for cycling, walking and horse riding.
The nearest cycle hire is at Hassop station which is great a place to stop for a bite to eat or for a coffee and a nice piece of homemade cake! There is a lovely little gift shop and book shop and a children’s play area. If walking it's also worth leaving the trail and dropping down in to Monsal Dale itself to enjoy walking along down by the river.


Due to Bleaklow Farms rural location we give specific detailed instructions after booking.

Thank you for enquiring to book a stay at Bleaklow Farm. We encourage you to check out availability via this calendar before enquiring below. 

We typically accept check in's on Monday (for 4 or 7 nights) or Friday (for 3 or 7 nights), however please feel free to send an enquiry if you have alternative requirements and we will see if we can help you! 

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Please include details of your group and the purpose of the trip, plus any additional requirements you may have, these will be considered on an enquiry-by-enquiry basis and may incur an additional cost.

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