Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are your check in / check out times?
A. Guests are welcomed after 4.30pm on the day of arrival and are requested to vacate their rooms by 11.00am on the day of departure. At Dannah we pride ourselves on the cleanliness of or rooms and facilities, as such the rooms take a considerable amount of time to be bought up to standard between guests. An early check in of 3pm can be selected at the time of booking. However, due to the additional staff requirements the early check in is subject to a £25 additional charge.
Q. What is the difference between your types of rooms and suites?
A. At Dannah Farm B&B, we offer a variety of rooms to suit all tastes. The rooms vary in price accordingly, and are all very individual. The Granary Suite and the feature rooms are the most expensive, and these are the ones with the special bathrooms, double spa baths, hot tubs, and more. The special features of each room are explained on the rooms pages of the website.
Q. What types of rooms are there?
Some of our rooms and suites are modern, and some more traditional in style. The Rooms are all pictured on the Rooms pages of this website, the pictures will give a good idea, but, if you are at all unsure we are always very happy to explain the types of room in more detail.
Q. Are there places to eat out close by?
A. We are very lucky to have many really good places to eat out within a 5 – 25 minute drive of Dannah, to suit all tastes and pockets. We have a carefully chosen list of the ones we especially like and have listed them on the “food and eating out” page on the top menu. Most of these are very popular with visitors and locals alike, so try and book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Q. Can we book taxis?
A. As Dannah is in a beautiful Derbyshire rural location, unfortunately most of the local attractions and places to eat are not within comfortable walking distance. However, local taxi’s can be booked if required (a list of local taxi companies contact numbers can be found on our location page). The more notice you can give the better, as at certain times it may be difficult to arrange a taxi at the last moment, especially if you plan to return late at night.
Q. Can we book dinner at Dannah?
A. For details of what food is available at Dannah please view the Food and Eating Out pages of the site.
Q. Is Dannah in a good area for walking?
A. Absolutely! The area is crisscrossed with footpaths, and we have a series of walks from the door. Alternatively, we have details of walks further a field, and maps and books for guests to borrow. Their is also a footpaths & walks page under the about us section of this website.
Q. How far is Chatsworth House from Dannah Farm?
A. We are tenants of the Chatsworth Estate, and are situated approximately 35 minutes drive south of Chatsworth House itself.
Q. Do we need a car?
Although we do occasionally have guests staying without a vehicle, it is not really a practical option. Public transport in our area is virtually non existent. Our nearest bus stop is a two mile walk, and the services infrequent. Details of the local transport links can be found on the location page.
Q. Can we bring our dogs to Dannah?
A. Although we are unable to take dogs in most of our rooms and suites, you are very welcome to bring your well behaved best doggie friend to stay with you downstairs in The Chatsworth.These are charged at £15 per dog per stay, maximum 2.
Q. Is Dannah suitable for children?
A. we welcome families at Dannah, and have several rooms where we can put an extra bed or a cot, (although some of our rooms are not suitable for children sharing). The Chatswoth room is ideal for families boasting double and twin rooms a private lounge and a en-suite.
We have a high chair available for very young children and also baby listening devices can be made available so parents can make sure their children are safe and well at all times.
The area around Dannah offers a range of attractions for Children and Families. Alton Towers, Chatsworth’s adventure playground, Gullivers Kingdom and The Midland Railway to name but a few.