You will find a warm welcome awaits you at Stonecroft, our second generation family run guest house in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. The setting of our charming house never ceases to appeal and we are lucky enough to be situated in the beautiful and historic hamlets of Edale.
Stonecroft is ideal for the walker, mountain biker, naturalist, geologist or just plain lover of the outdoors with regular visits from badgers, cuckoos, herons and woodpeckers. The house is Victorian in style although it was built using local Derbyshire stone in the early 1900's. It still features the original stained glass windows and other features from that period. Many of the heathers in the garden were planted when the house was first built and nothing can be more relaxing than afternoon tea during the summer taken in the garden where an air of peace and tranquility abounds.
Julia Reid, your host at Stonecroft, is an award winning chef who won a scholarship to study Catering and Hotel Management in Holland. She is very proud to have been awarded a breakfast award from the English Tourism Council.
Breakfast at Stonecroft is quite an event. Guests dine in style, with fine foods, organic and locally sourced wherever possible, bone china, crystal glassware and silver cutlery made locally by David Mellor. We only use premium quality ingredients. We do not eat inferior foods, would never dream of feeding them to our guests and are proud that many of the ingredients we use have been awarded an Environmental Quality mark (EQM)
The Breakfast Menu is varied and special diets are happily catered for. Your host is both vegetarian, lactose intolerant and a diagnosed coeliac. A dedicated Gluten-Free menu is available. We can also provide packed lunches which will allow you the freedom to stop and eat where and when you feel peckish.
Local Events - There’s always something new to discover in the Peak District, visit our events page for links to local activities for all ages.
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This business was partly financed by the New Environmental Economy Programme, a grant scheme funded by the Derby and Derbyshire Economic Partnership and managed by the Peak District National Park Authority.