Please note, in line with the latest travel guidance we are only accepting new bookings that have a check-in date from 5th July 2020. We are available to take any calls on 01275 217575 if you have any queries regarding a current booking, or if you wish to place a new booking and have concerns. Thank you and stay safe

North Lodge

Hassop, Bakewell, Derbyshire

Sleeps: 6
7 nights
£703 - £2065
Available from a minimum of 2 nights


  • Sleeps six
  • Three bedrooms - two kings, one twin
  • One shower room, one en suite bathroom
  • Suitable for children and baby (travel cot, high chair and stair gate available)
  • One well behaved dog welcome (additional fee applies*)
  • Private patio with dining furniture and barbecue
  • Mature lawned garden
  • Linen and towels are provided*
  • Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose are able to deliver to this property
  • Private parking for two cars
  • Covid-19 measures* (see Visitors' Notes)

Property layout

  • Ground floor:
    Entrance lobby.
    Well equipped open plan kitchen diner with dining table seating six.
    Lounge with two comfortable sofas, a TV and an open fire.
    Twin Bedroom 1 with two single beds.
    Double Bedroom 2 with king size bed.
    Shower room with WC located off from the lobby.
  • First floor:
    Double Bedroom 3 with king size bed and en suite bathroom with bath and shower attachment.


  • Full central heating, open fire in the sitting room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge with ice compartment, washer and dryer
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Digital TV with Freeview, DVD
  • Garden furniture and barbecue


  • Stunning 17th Century Grade II listed former gatekeeper's lodge to Hassop Hall
  • Part of the Hassop Estate, located in a quiet village steeped in history
  • Brimming with character features including stone mullioned windows and exposed beams
  • Walk the scenic Monsal Trail which follows the valley of the River Wye with its stunning views and array of wildlife
  • Easy reach of local amenities within the adjoining villages and a pub within walking distance

North Lodge is a delightful three bedroomed 17th Century Grade II listed cottage nestled in the heart of the beautiful village of Hassop near Bakewell.

Once the former gatekeeper's lodge to Hassop Hall, this characterful Peak District cottage boasts original features including stone mullioned windows, exposed beams and a feature fireplace complete with open fire for cosy, atmospheric evenings in. The enchanting cottage sleeps six over two floors and is decorated in neutral colours with plenty of natural light to offer a peaceful stay to guests.

There are two ground floor bedrooms, one with a king bed and one twin room that share a shower room with a WC. The third bedroom is on the first floor - a double room with king size bed and an en suite bathroom, with bath, shower attachment and a WC.

Outside, the beautiful garden area to the rear is complete with its very own viewing mound so you can gaze out towards the stunning Peak District. There is outdoor seating for six and a charcoal barbecue, offering a delightful space for al fresco dining or a few drinks together.

Set out on foot or bike to explore the many countryside walks and rides on the doorstep. Hassop Station is just over a mile away. The Midland Railway line was closed in 1968, and the station building and goods yard are now occupied by the Country Book Store with the former railway line being the popular Monsal Trail.

Dovedale one of the most beautiful valleys in England with its famed stepping stones is not to be missed Or venture a little further into the Peak District for more adventurous hikes.

North Lodge is within easy reach of shops and amenities within the adjoining villages. The beautiful, historic market town of Bakewell, home of the world famous Bakewell Pudding, is three miles and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants and a market every Monday.

Of course, the Peak District isn’t just idyllic scenery and rolling hills. Explore the mysterious caverns of Castleton, the elegant spa town of Buxton or enjoy the many stately homes on offer including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall, to mention a few.

Appealing to children in particular, exciting theme parks, spectacular caverns and nearby Matlock Farm Park provide plentiful entertainment, come rain or shine.

2023-10-13 Louise D, County Durham

"Great cosy cottage for a chilled weekend. Close to Bakewell and Chatsworth."

2023-10-03 Emma C, Loughton

"The lodge is in a busy road, but otherwise a lovely home for the weekend."

2023-08-17 Cathy H, London

"Fabulous house - much bigger on the inside than you expect. Wonderful sitting room for family gathering and great garden. We really enjoyed our stay and would happily return."

2023-05-30 Lorna P, Stourbridge

"It is lovely and comfortable and well equipped and clean and very lucky with the weather.. great location to explore Derbyshire"

2023-05-08 Zahed I, Pulborough

"An excellent stay in a supreme location."

2023-05-01 Gay A, Sandon

"Don’t be deceived. This is little tardis of a place – unexpectedly offering spacious and comfortable accommodation for 6. Good location too, being close to great walks, good pubs and historic houses."


Grade II listed North Lodge is the former gatekeepers lodge to Hassop Hall.

The quiet village of Hassop is steeped in history, boasting the Roman Catholic Church of All Saints which was built in 1816 by Joseph Ireland, said to be modelled on St Paul’s Covent Garden.

Also within the hamlet of Hassop is the Eyre Arms public house which is unfortunately temporarily closed. Interestingly the Eyre family arms have a single leg as a feature. It is reputed that whilst in battle, William the Conqueror fell from his horse and was winded. A man called Truelove removed the King’s helmet to help him to breath. The King asked his name and when told he replied “True love thou hast shown me but henceforth thy name shall be Eyre for thou hast given me air”. Later in the battle Truelove/Eyre lost a leg and his single remaining leg was then adopted as the family crest.

The road leads to Hassop Station (1.2 miles) with the former railway line being the popular Monsal Trail. The Midland Railway line was closed in 1968, and the station building and goods yard are now occupied by Hassop Station Cafe, gift and Country Book Store, the Monsal Trail Cycle hire & large car park. Bakewell is 1.5 miles away and can be accessed on foot/bike along the Monsal Trail a flat traffic free trail into town or by road.


Have Champagne on ice and delicious Godiva Chocolates waiting for you on arrival. Perfect for special occasions, a birthday or simply as a romantic gesture!
A Bottle of Champagne on ice @ £40.00
10 Pure White Helium Balloons @ £30.00
A Deluxe Box of Godiva Chocolates @ £30.00


Bakewell (2.6 miles): The nearest supermarket to North Lodge. The Co-op in the centre of Bakewell. The market is on a Monday, which can be great fun, but also means it can be a good place to avoid unless you are visiting specifically for the market.

Buxton (13.5 miles): This is a more substantial town, formerly a Victorian spa. Lots of good shops, including a large Waitrose and a Morrisons, both of these deliver.

Matlock and Matlock Bath (also a former spa). Small local shops with a large Sainsburys on the A6 from Bakewell (10.5 miles).

Ashbourne (20-30 minutes): Market town with an attractive central square. Good range of shops including antiques and arts/crafts. Great for a wander and then a visit to a teashop.


Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose will deliver to your property. To organise this you just need to visit their websites in advance of your visit & book a delivery slot (ensuring you will have arrived at your cottage for the requested delivery time) and then do your shopping online.


Peak District Deli is an innovative, unique Peak District company focusing on the exceptional quality food and drinks produced in the area. They offer a convenient online shopping and delivery service through their website, along with a tailor made private dining option to take the hard work out of your stay and make your special occasion one to remember. Make sure to look out for their popular regular pop-up supper clubs held in locations across the Peak District too.
With a strong ethical approach to local, seasonal food and supporting the producers in the area, you can be sure that you will experience the very best quality and taste the Peak District has to offer.
To browse their online deli or find out more about their private catering please go to or find them on social media, alternatively you can ring 07935070147.

The Bird Cafe And Riverside Herb Centre, Hathersage (7.7 miles). The centre combines a varied herb shop with a deli and café. Unwind and enjoy the riverside views in the café, before taking home fresh produce from the deli’s selection of cured meats, olives, cheese and bread.

Hope Valley Ice Cream, Thorpe Farm (7.6 miles). The freshest ingredients including free-range eggs and milk from the Marsden family farm are used in the production of this delicious home-made ice-cream. Flavours include Fuschia’s Cinder Toffee and Gertrude’s Whisky & Ginger. It’s sold in many local cafes and shops and the ice-cream parlour opens at weekends.

The Old Cheese Shop, Hartington (12.5 miles) - 01298 84935. A vast choice of award-winning Derbyshire and Staffordshire cheeses, including those made locally by Hartington Creamery at nearby Pikehall, are on offer at this picture-perfect cheese shop.


Being situated in the heart of the Peak District, the cottage is served very well by great restaurants and country pubs, many of which serve great food and cracking local ales. Here are a recommended selection within a short drive.

Hassop Hall, Hassop (1 minute walk) - 01629 640488.

The Eyre Arms, Calver (2.1 miles) is an award winning ‘Family Pub of the Year’, play areas and dog friendly - 01433 630473.

The Lavender Tea Rooms, Bakewell (2.7 miles) - breakfast, sandwiches, soups, cakes, jacket potatoes and other light bites (such as omelettes and teacakes), as well as Cream Tea and Afternoon Tea!

The Manners, Bakewell (2.8 miles) - hearty pub grub, cosy rooms and beer garden - 01629 812756.

The Bulls Head, Ashford in the Water (3 miles) - 01629 812931.

Riverside House Hotel, Ashford-in-the-Water (3 miles) - 01629 814275.

The Cavendish Hotel, Baslow (3.2 miles) offers locally sourced ingredients and highly acclaimed food - 01246 582311.

The Peacock at Rowsley, Matlock (6 miles) - 01629 733518.

The Bulls Head, Monyash (7 miles) - 01629 812372.

The Merchant's Yard, Tideswell (8 miles) - 01298 872 442.

The Royal Oak, Hurdlow, Nr Buxton (8.5 miles) - 01298 83288.


BAKEWELL (2.7 miles) is a picturesque market town which holds a livestock market every Monday and the home of the world famous Bakewell Pudding. It offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as Old House Museum. There are great walks along the riverside on the banks of the river Wye and the Monsal Trail runs along the former Midland Railway line for 8.5 miles between Blackwell Mill and Coombs Road at Bakewell.

EYAM (4 miles) is one of the best-preserved villages in the Peak District National Park, nestled at the foot of Sir William Hill, 800ft above sea level and is surrounded by the most glorious countryside. Eyam has several shops and tea rooms and The Miners Arms pub. Historically the village is known as the famous 'plague village', as it went into voluntary quarantine when the plague was imported from London in 1665 and thus prevented the spread of the disease. There are still mementos of this event within Eyam Museum. There are many fine old houses in Eyam, and parts of the village have been kept as they looked several centuries ago, such as Eyam Hall (National Trust), a beautiful 17th century manor house with delightful gardens, craft shops and tea rooms. Above the village lies Eyam Moor, a fine area for walking, with fantastic views across the Derwent Valley, with its many Bronze Age remains and monuments.

HATHERSAGE (6.7 miles) is an interesting village with a fine church and with historical associations to Robin Hood and the Eyre family, popular with walkers and rock-climbers as it is overlooked by moorland and a line of gritstone edges of which Stanage Edge is the largest with picturesque views.

MATLOCK BATH (12 miles) attractions include the Heights of Abraham with its famous cable cars and park featuring underground tours of Masson and Rutland caverns, Gulliver's Kingdom theme park and Temple Mine, the Peak District Mining Museum.

HARTINGTON (12.5 miles) is an attractive busy little village dating back to the early 1200's. It is close to The Tissington Trail and also a good place to start walking along Beresford Dale. Nearby is Arbor Low Stone Circle (English Heritage).

CASTLETON (12.5 miles) is home to four underground show caves, all worth a visit, for their own interesting features. These are Blue John Cavern, Speedwell Cavern, Peak Cavern and Treak Cliff Cavern. Peveril Castle ruins (English Heritage) stand high above the pretty village.

CHESTERFIELD (13 miles), famous for its crooked spire, an historic market town.

BUXTON (13.5 miles) is a spa town, home to the world-class Buxton Opera House with a busy events calendar. Attractions include the Buxton Museum & Art Gallery, The Pavilion Gardens. At Grin Low and Buxton Country Park you can visit Solomon's Temple for fantastic views, Poole’s Cavern which runs deep beneath the hillside Go Ape! for a hire wire adventure.

CROMFORD (14 miles) is steeped in industrial history and often called the cradle of the industrial revolution, and has an interesting walk as well as Arkwright's Cromford Mill, now a World Heritage Site.

SHEFFIELD (14.7 miles), with all its culture.

CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH (15 miles), the historic Capital of the Peak.

EDALE village (15.7 miles) nestles under Kinder Scout and is the start of The Pennine Way, the first and the longest public footpath in England opened in 1965.

BOLSOVER (19 miles) is home to Bolsover Castle (English Heritage), along with specialist food shop, Jaquest’s.

BELPER (21 miles), winner of the 2014 Great British High Street Awards.

DERBY (29 miles) with its contemporary, vibrant culture.


Eyam Hall located within Eyam village (4.2 miles), is a small but charming. historic house and gardens.

Chatsworth House & Gardens (4.5 miles). The magnificent Chatsworth House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, was Mr Darcy’s home in the 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice. Explore the 1000 acre park, the farmyard behind the house, and the small adventure playground. It is beautifully dressed around the Christmas period. Chatsworth House and Gardens has many year round events to offer.

Haddon Hall (5.2 miles). Offering events throughout the year, it's a wonderful day out.

Peveril Castle (English Heritage), Castleton (12.5 miles). Discover the breathtaking views from the top of the castle ruins above the village of Castleton.

Lea Gardens, Matlock (16 miles).

Bolsover Castle (English Heritage), Bolsover (19 miles) is a fantastic place to immerse yourself in the Golden Age of Chivalry.

Renishaw Hall & Gardens, Renishaw (19 miles).

Lyme Park (National Trust), Disley (24 miles). Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park. Step back into Edwardian times and explore the1,300 acre estate.

Hardwick Hall (National Trust), near Chesterfield (21 miles).

Tatton Park, Tatton Park Gardens, Knutsford (39 miles) with its fine Georgian mansion full of art treasures and original furnishings.


Baked Well Pottery Painting, Bakewell (2.7 miles) - 01629 700 432.

The Old House (museum), Bakewell (3 miles) - 01629 813642. A wonderful collection of items from Bakewell.

Eyam Museum, Eyam (4.2 miles) - 01433 631371. Discover the history of this Plague Village.

Longshaw Estate - National Trust, Longshaw (6.5 miles) is a lovely area of parkland and heather moorland with wonderful views of the Peak District.

Peak Llamas, Stanley Moor Farm, Great Hucklow (7 miles), offers llama trekking in the Peak District.

Matlock Farm Park, Matlock (11 miles).

The Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath (12 miles). Hilltop park reached by cable car, with cavern tours, walking trails, fossil exhibitions and cafe.

Peak District Mining Museum, Matlock Bath (12 miles).

Gulliver's Kingdom, Matlock Bath (12 miles), is a fun theme park for children aged 2-13. With exciting rides, an enticing dinosaur area and even a safari zone, the kids are bound to burn off some of that excess energy with a day at the park.

Castleton Visitor Centre, Castleton (12.5 miles) - 01433 620679.

Speedwell Cavern, Winnats Pass, Castleton (13 miles) - 01433 623018.

Chesterfield miniature railway, Hady Hill, Chesterfield (13.5 miles).

GO APE at Buxton Country Park, Buxton (13.5 miles).

Poole's Cavern & Buxton Country Park, Buxton (13.5 miles).

Miniature Train, The Pavilion Gardens, Buxton (13.5 miles).

The Play Mill, Bonsall, Matlock (14 miles).

John Smedley Mill Shop (Finest Knitwear), Lea Mills, Matlock (16.5 miles) - 01629 530426.

Crich Tramway Village Museum, Crich (17 miles) - be transported by vintage trams.

Carsington Water, Ashbourne (17.5 miles).

Stainsby Mill (19.5 miles). Situated on the NT Hardwick Estate take a look around and explore this working watermill.

Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre, Creswell, Worksop (25.5 miles) - 01909 720378.

Alton Towers Theme Park (27.5 miles) is the ideal day out for the whole family. Get your heart pumping on Rita, your stomach dropping on Oblivion and your pulse racing on Nemesis.

Sudbury Hall and Museum of Childhood (The National Trust), Sudbury (29 miles) lets you explore the delights of 17th-century craftsmanship. Then feel what it was really like in the olden days – be a chimney sweep, a scullion or a Victorian pupil.

Derby Museum & Art Gallery, Derby (29 miles) displays collections relating to the history of Derby.

The National Brewery Centre, Burton-on-Trent (38.5 miles). The 'brewing experience' incorporates the original Bass Museum.


The Monsal trail is a former railway line that is now traffic free path for cyclists, wheelchair users, walkers, joggers and horse riders. It runs for 8.5 miles between Bakewell and Blackwell Mill (near Buxton).The nearest place to access the trail is at Hassop Station (1.2 miles). The Midland Railway line was closed in 1968, and the station building and goods yard are now occupied by Hassop Station Cafe, gift and Country Book Store, the Monsal Trail Cycle hire & large car park. Bakewell is 1.5 miles away and can be accessed on foot/bike along the Monsal Trail a flat traffic free trail into town or by road.


The Buxton and High Peak Golf Club, Fairfield, Buxton (13.7 miles) suitable for those of all abilities.

For those looking for a little adventure Speedwell Cavern and Peak Cavern, Castleton (13 miles) offer underground experiences not to be forgotten.
Peak Cavern is one of the UK’s largest guided tours, taking you down underground for a closer look at the unique rock formations.
For an even more unusual trip underground, head to Speedwell Cavern, where you can hop on a boat tour of the 18th-century lead-mining cavern 450m below ground.

The Upper Derwent Valley (15 miles) dominated by three great reservoirs, is renowned for its spectacular scenery, with its deep wooded valleys and bleak, rugged moorland. It is the perfect place to enjoy some the UK's most beautiful landscapes and to experience the great outdoors. You can walk for miles around the dams, as well as up and over the moors.

Blue Mountain Activities offer adventure activities including rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, caving, mountaineering, team building and problem solving. Suitable for family groups, hen groups, corporate events. 01246 231767.

Carsington Water (17.5 miles) is a great day out, with an adventure playground, bird-watching and watersports all on offer. Sail, powerboat, windsurf or kayak.

For the bigger kids Wild Park Leisure (25 miles) offers paintballing, quad biking and bike trekking.



Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday (19 miles).


Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday (19 miles).
Leek Food and Drink Festival (21 miles).


Bakewell Food Festival, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.7 miles).
Tour of the Peak Sportive, Bakewell Showground (3.6 miles).


Bakewell Food Festival, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.6 miles).
Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).


Ashbourne Festival, Ashbourne (19 miles).
Streetfest, Ashbourne (19 miles).
The Cow Shed Beer Festival, Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell (4 miles).
Peak Model Railway Exhibition, Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell (4 miles).
International Day of Dance, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.6 miles).
Bakewell Carnival Week, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.6 miles).


Bakewell Carnival Week, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.6 miles).
Stainsby Festival, Stainsby, Chesterfield (20 miles).
Highland Gathering, Ashbourne Recreation Ground (19 miles).
Y-Not Festival, Pikehall (12 miles).


Peakender Beer Festival, Bakewell Showground (3.6 miles).
Buxton Family Festival, Pavilion Gardens, Buxton (13.6 miles).
Bakewell Show, Bakewell Showground (3.6 miles).
Ashover Agricultural Show, Ashover Showground (13.5 miles).
Model Tram & Railway Exhibition, Crich Tramway Village (17 miles).
Eyam Carnival and Wakes Week, Eyam (4 miles).
Grand Medieval Joust, Bolsover Castle (19 miles).
Hope Show, Bolsover Castle (19 miles).


Eyam Carnival and Wakes Week, Eyam (4 miles).
Heritage Open Days. A four-day festival celebrating England's local history and giving access to thousands of places usually closed to the public.
Chatsworth Country Fair, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Wirksworth Festival, Wirksworth (15 miles).
Matlock Bath Illuminations, Matlock Bath (12 miles).
Chesterfield Well Dressing at Chesterfield (13 miles).


Bakewell Wool Gathering, Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell (4 miles).
Matlock Bath Illuminations, Matlock Bath (12 miles).
Starlight Spectacular, Crich Tramway Village (17 miles) - illuminating the site with special lighting effects and trams in the dark.
Half term Halloween hoot, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Fire garden and fireworks, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Spookyshire- Halloween in the Peak District. Scores of Spooktacular events during an autumn festival of fun. Ranging from Halloween Half Term fun at Gulliver’s, Crich Tramway Village and Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre to name just a few.
Scarefest at Alton Towers (27.5 miles).


Half term Halloween hoot, Chatsworth House (4.5miles).
Spookyshire- Halloween in the Peak District. Scores of Spooktacular events during an autumn festival of fun. Ranging from Halloween Half Term fun at Gulliver’s, Crich Tramway Village and Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre to name just a few.
Fire garden and fireworks, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Christmas at Chatsworth, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Christmas Market, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles).
Bakewell Christmas weekend, Town Centre, Bakewell (2.6 miles). A traditional Christmas market with 80+ stalls, Father Christmas plus entertainment.


Christmas Tree Festival, All Saints Church, Bakewell (2.6 miles).
Christmas at Chatsworth, Chatsworth House (4.5 miles), closed 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January.

Things you need to know about North Lodge if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside the property or in the communal areas
  • * One well-behaved dog allowed (£35 per stay), to be kept to the ground floor and off the furniture please. Please note the garden is not enclosed.
  • Not suitable for stag parties or hen parties
  • Minimum stay 2 nights all year except at Christmas and New Year which is a minimum stay of 3 nights
  • There is no welcome basket, but you will find tea, coffee, sugar, milk and other condiments
  • Order a Log Pack for your arrival – including logs, kindling, firelighters and matches @ £15.00 for one log sack, or £25.00 for two sacks
  • Early check-in at 1pm (usual time 4pm) is £30, late check-out 1pm (usual time 10am) is £30, early check-in and a late check-out is £50
  • * Covid-19 measures for this property:
    In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
    Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
    Contact-free check in and check out.
    Complete privacy and exclusive use of the cottage during your holiday.
    Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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