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Exploring Hassop...

21 January 2019

One of the unique features of The H Boutique Hotel is our ‘H’ theme, which continues into our residential rooms, all named after a local Peak District location beginning with the letter H.

All of these places are beautifully picturesque and have plenty of landmarks and activities to explore, so we’re going to delve into them for you, starting with the quaint village of Hassop.

Hassop Station

The former disused Hassop railway station has been restored to its full glory, and now exists as a café, bookshop, and cycle hire hub.

The station is a delightful place to stop off for a spot of lunch and to pick up some bikes for a leisurely bike ride through the Monsal Trail.

Church of All Saints

This Grade I listed building is worth seeking out for its Neoclassical architecture designed by Joseph Ireland.

The church dates back to 1816, when it was built for the Eyre family. If you’re interested in history, it’s a great spot to explore whilst enjoying a walk through the village.

Hassop Hall

Hassop Hall is a stunning 17th century house that has become popular for weddings and other private parties due to its grand ballroom and expansive gardens.

It’s easy to fill a whole afternoon exploring the grounds, taking in all the individual features such as the fountains and the bersaux.

 The Old Eyre Arms

This ivy clad pub is a favourite among real ale lovers, and often wins Camra awards for its extensive, ever-changing beer selection.

A walk through the Peak District is always enhanced by a short stop at a ‘proper English pub’, and you couldn’t find an establishment more traditional than The Old Eyre Arms.


Our Hassop room is one of our superior suites with the finest views, deluxe White Company toiletries, and personal touches. To book a stay, please check availability and pricing here.

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