Square & Compass has converted a former barn and a farm cottage into an excellent bed and breakfast en-suite accommodation. The site's guests can stay in either one of the 3 double en-suite rooms or one of the 2 family en-suite rooms. These rooms are complete with colour television as well as tea and coffee making facilities. The site has access for disabled guests on their ground floor.
Visitors who stay overnight can enjoy a full English breakfast in the morning with fresh fruit juice and cereal in the site's conservatory that has views across the Derwent Valley.
They also feature a campsite that welcomes caravans and campers. They have shower and toilet facilities for them.
They have running drinking water on the site. They also have a waste disposal point for caravan and motor home toilets. There are no electric hook-ups on the site.
OUT AND ABOUT:
The Square & Compass is within close proximity of many sought after tourist attractions.
? For historians Derbyshire offers the finest stately homes in the form of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Riber Castle all of which are within 10 minutes driving time.
? Families are catered for by Gullivers Kingdom, a children's theme park, and The Heights of Abraham with its caves and cable cars; both of these are at Matlock Bath again only ten minutes away.
? Alton Towers one of Britain's largest theme parks is 45 minutes away.
? Castleton with its Blue John Caverns and the Derwent Dams where the Dambusters of the RAF practised during the 2nd World War before their Historic Raid are only 40 mins away.
? On the edge of the picturesque Peak District.
? For Shoppers - Peak District Designer Outlet is only 10 minutes up the road and McArthur Glen Designer Outlet is just off J28 M1 only 25 minutes away.
? The Historic market town of Bakewell with its famous weekly Monday Market is 4 miles up the main A6 road.
? "Peak Railâ? is five minute walk from The Square and Compass. It's a private railway using steam locomotives. You can even be an engine driver!
? Chesterfield, famous for its crooked spire and weekly market is 9 miles from the Square and Compass.
? The famous spa town of Buxton is only 25 mins drive.
? Carsington Reservoir is a man made water sports & wildlife centre just 15 minutes away. Windsurfing, yatching, canoeing and many more water activities available. You can walk all the way around the reservoir.
? Ashbourne is another market town, famous for Shrove Tuesday where all the locals play a massive game of football for a whole day! Worth a visit.
? We're also 10 minutes from beautiful Dovedale and its renowned stepping stones.