Built in 1907 of local stone, Max and Susan Fischer's attractive hilltop property stands on the village outskirts and is approached up a steep, snaking, tree-lined drive; and is now a Grade II listed building.
While their excellent restaurant draws customers from many miles around, a stay here is a comfortable and pampering experience - especially if you eat in.
Public rooms include a comfortable lounge, dominated by a carved stone open fireplace and furnished in country-house style. While the pretty dining room is candle-lit at night.
Bedrooms, are of two distinct types - traditional, individually-decorated rooms (with striking colours schemes) in the main house and equally comfortable, but larger, more contemporary-styled rooms in the Garden House annexe. All have luxurious bathrooms an trimmings - fluffy towels and top quality toiletries.
Breakfast is a real treat, with freshly-squeezed juice, home-made preserves and fresh croissants (note this is charged at
Restaurant - Fischers Baslow Hall
Find this excellent restaurant/hotel, made from local stone, set back from the road approached up a steep, snaking, tree-lined drive. The pretty dining room has candle-lit tables and a splendid... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Free Parking
- Number of rooms: 11
- Rooms, ensuite: 11
- Price (single room): from about £105
- Price (double room): from about £155 to £225
- Prices include breakfast
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 38
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 18
- Directions: See the map on this page