Dannah Farm - is an award winning luxury Holiday Cottage B&B in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales
If you're looking for somewhere special to stay on your holiday, the Dannah Farm Holiday Cottage B&B may be just the place. Dannah Farm is nestled near the village of Shottle, in the Derbyshire Dales and the gateway to the Peak District, it is however unlike anywhere else you may come across in your search for the perfect Holiday Cottage B&B accommodation. When you approach the building you are presented with a traditional farmhouse cottage appeal (Dannah is still very much a working farm B&B), however when you step inside and get shown to your room, you suddenly become aware of why Dannah Farm has gained a reputation as the leading luxury Holiday Cottage B&B in Derbyshire, and why it has achieved the coveted AA 5 star award, amongst many others (see our awards page for more details).
No expense has been spared to create a truly unique place for you to unwind and relax. All of our rooms and suites (we have split level suites with living quarters as well as standard rooms) have been designed and decorated to such a degree that Dannah Farm is renowned as one of the most unique Cottage style B&B's in the country. From our awards from the AA, to being featured on the front covers of many of the leading holiday publications such as Britains Best B&B, The AA Bed and Breakfast guide, Dannah Farm is firmly established as one of the most truly unique places to stay in the UK.
The Perfect Holiday Cottage for all Occasions
Whatever type of holiday you're on, be it it a romantic break, or a family holiday seeing all the sights that Derbyshire has to offer, Dannah has rooms to suit everyone, and all budgets. For a romantic weekend the Red Room is a must, with it's hand made six foot morpheus bed, large squashy sofa's and open views of the surrounding countryside, it has to be seen to be believed. For families, we have our family suites, which means there is plenty of room for you all to stay together, but also room to stretch your legs and watch some TV. The kids will love the farm animals too, which are regularly seen around the farm.