Parsons House B&B
This rural bed & breakfast is beautifully located in the idyllic setting of Hartington a conservation village in the White Peak part of the National Park.
Hosts David & Alison have restored this 1765 solid stone farmhouse to its original condition.
Guests will enjoy David’s attention to detail, his welcoming hospitality, ildanach chefery and fresh pots of tea, coffee and shortbread throughout the day.
This is not your average middle England B&B but hopefully guests will find this an interesting place to stay for a wealth of outdoor activities.
Matura Kia Oct 2018
Prices & Rooms Available
Single Occupancy £52
Double Occupancy £80
Twin Occupancy £87
Homemade & Locally Sourced
I cook all Your meals from scratch using locally sourced produce & can cater for most tastes.
(see our menu)
Meet Maud & the House
Maud a Lovely New Addition to the Family & She Adores the House.
Special 3 Day Breaks
Exploring the White Peak as a couple, single or friends 0ut & About we can Help Accommodate Your Schedule & give the local know on Good Places to Explore & we even organise our own Fly Fishing days should you want a very special break.
(more details below)
Fly Fishing Break for 2 - Special
David organises Local Fly Fishing Breaks as is a keen Angler himself so his local knowledge of the 7 Wild Trout Beats is worth asking him about & he can even provide Guest Rods, Reels & appropriate Fly-boxes for this area for a Minimal Hire Charge.
Follow in the Footsteps & Beats of those ~Internationally known Fly Fishing Legends Charles Cotton & Issac Walton from 'the compleat angler' fame, "a celebration of the Art and Spirit of Fishing in Prose & Verse".
Parsons House can even arrange for you to Visit & Fish the World Famous 'Temple Beat' the part of the Dove River that Inspired Walton & Cotton to write about the Art that has passed on to many Fly Fishing Anglers World Wide.
giving practical advice from David Blanch & Narrated by David showing the varied terrain you can expect to come across along this Beautiful section of the River Dove .
Fly Fishing for 2 People
01/19 - 01/23
See my video above that will explain what you can expect from the 7 wild trout beats.
01/19 - 01/23
Originally occupied an area of high ground approximately 175 by 150 yards (160 by 137 m) overlooking the River Dove, near the village of Pilsbury. following the Norman conquest of England. The area around Pilsbury was granted to Henry de Ferrers by King William; the area was devastated during the harrying of the North, and the castle may have been built in the aftermath by Henry to establish control.
Great Walks Nearby
01/19 - 01/23
Right on our Doorstep is the Start of the 'Wolf Cote' & 'Beresford Dale' Walk.
A Pleasant walk through a wood & beautiful river crossing that takes you to ...
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