Losehill House Hotel & Spa


Lose Hill Lane, Edale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6AF

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Losehill Hotel & Spa


We are proud to reveal the best-kept secret in the Derbyshire Peak District. Venture along a leafy lane and almost by chance you'll happen across somewhere rather special. Its name is Losehill House, a 4-star hotel located within the heart of The Peak District National Park.

A great spot for a short break or holiday or just a relaxing escape, we aim to offer our guests a relaxing experience with quality service in an unpretentious and friendly environment.

At Losehill House Hotel & Spa, we pride ourselves on being environmentally friendly and self-sustainable where possible...

We are very proud of our award winning Grafene Restaurant. The food really is something special. Many of our guests express genuine surprise and admiration for the quality of the preparation, the flavours and presentation which create a memorable dining experience in a wonderful setting. The Times has listed us as one of their '20 best wild places to eat in Britain', describing our restaurant as "a wonderfully tranquil setting for some serious fine dining". Our restaurant has also been given a prestigious double AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence.

We feel strongly about the quality and provenance of all our ingredients and source from local Peak District businesses wherever we can. This philosophy has gone a long way towards us being awarded the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark for our commitment to the Peak District and the environment in general.

We aim to grow as much fresh produce as we can in our own garden, and any ingredients we do need to source, we strive to acquire as locally as we possibly can. We have partnerships with a number of quality local suppliers that we know and trust to be able to deliver the high standard that our two AA rosette restaurant, The Grafene, is famous for.

The products we use and sell in our spa are also carefully chosen. Our local, home-made honey and beeswax soap is made using natural ingredients.

For an intimate country house hotel the facilities are quite exceptional, from the swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and hot tub on the terrace, to the lift to the 2 floors of bedrooms. The public areas are surprisingly spacious with reception area, lounge, bar and Grafene Restaurant all offering light, airy, modern spaces to relax and enjoy your time at Losehill. The lounge and restaurant furniture is also a bit special - all being hand crafted by a contemporary chair and sofa designer and manufacturer to our design by this local artisan company.

We are also delighted to have recently installed electric car charging facilities through VendElectric

The Hotel has a wonderful history being built in the Arts & Crafts style by the CHA walking charity in 1914 on the site of an 18th Century Farmhouse.

 The guesthouse/ hostel welcomed guests for almost 90 years before it was closed by the first foot and mouth epidemic in 2001, only to be thankfully redeveloped by the previous owners into the hotel that you see today. We recently discovered that the house also played hosts to the Sheffield and Manchester Ramblers, who were planning the famous Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout in 1930 which dramatically laid the foundations of the creation of the national right to roam and ultimately The Peak District National Park – Britain’s first.

Many of the local villages are rich in history. Castleton, just 4 miles from the hotel, with its Norman Castle, is the only place in the country to mine the famous Blue John stone, which is mostly crafted into jewellery. Castleton is also the location of the Peak Park Visitor Centre with many shops, cafés and pubs. The famous ‘plague village’ of Eyam is only 20 minutes drive away. Beautiful Derwent Valley and the Ladybower Reservoir with the Derwent and Howden Dams are only 15 minutes drive away, (or a good walk over Winhill), where Barnes-Wallis first tested the ‘bouncing bomb’ of the Dambuster’s fame. Hathersage is famous for its Bronte Heritage, and Stanage Edge has been used for film locations. Glorious Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are both within a 30 minute drive, as are the lovely market town of Bakewell and the spa town Buxton, with its famous Opera House and Pavillion Gardens.

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
2 adults DBBfrom £295.00 to £450.00 per room per night

*(Only currently DBB rate)
(Dynamic pricing, prices change daily)


Children & Infants

  • Accept children all ages

Establishment Features

  • Central heating throughout
  • Dogs Accepted
  • DVD Player available
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Hairdryers
  • Ironing facilities
  • Linen provided
  • Night porter
  • Showers

Leisure Facilities

  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Spa Treatments

Room / Unit Features

  • Bath
  • Ground Floor Accommodation
  • Telephone
  • Television available


Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)

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