STAY AT THE MERCHANT'S YARD
Since opening in late 2015, and establishing ourselves as an award-winning restaurant, we are delighted now to be able to offer guests the opportunity to stay in our luxury rooms, here at The Merchant’s Yard .
Our beautifully appointed rooms have been sympathetically created as a natural extension to our much-loved restaurant, ideally located in the heart of the spectacular Peak District National Park.
Guests can enjoy not only the stunning landscapes, but also a host of fantastic attractions on the doorstep, including Chatsworth House, Buxton Opera House, the National Trust estates at Longshaw, Eyam Hall, Dove Dale and the High Peak, the English Heritage properties
such as the Stone Circle at Arbor Low, Haddon Hall and
the many village well dressing festivals which are a
feature of the Peak District in the summer. There is no
shortage of places to explore, with villages such as
Castleton, Edale, Eyam and Hathersage in easy reach,
as well as market towns including Ashbourne, Bakewell
Luxuriously laid out for the comfort of our visitors, our spacious rooms are the perfect base from which to explore the stunning surrounds of the Peak District.
Bed and breakfast prices start from £195.00 per room per night. Please note there is a minimum 2-night stay booking policy for weekend bookings.
Please be advised, The Merchant’s Yard does not operate a 24-hour Reception. Out of hours, the Duty Manager can be contacted in case of emergency.
For full room T&Cs please click here.
Our rooms are equipped with...
55'' SMART TV
with built in FREE SAT
for guest use
King size bed
(twin option available)
- Tea & coffee facilities
- Iron & ironing board
- 'Cole & Lewis' luxury toiletries
- VELUX roof windows
- 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets
Dedicated parking space (electric charge available)
- Luxurious soft towels
- Free Wi-Fi
Plan Your Stay
The Merchant’s Yard sits nestled in the picturesque village of Tideswell, at the very heart of the Peak District National Park which has over 50,000 acres of the most beautiful countryside, villages and historic homes in the whole of Britain.
It is a stunning place for driving, walking or cycling, with spectacular hills, cliffs, canyons and dramatic exposed crags. Whatever the reason for your stay, whether you wish to explore and be active, or just to get away for a peaceful break, to enjoy beautiful surroundings and exceptional food and drink, there really is something for everyone.
For more information on the local area and ideas to help you plan your visit, please click here.