Looking for boutique hotels with hot tubs? Look no further.
What could be more relaxing after a day exploring the Derbyshire countryside than your own private hot tub?
Dannah Farm has two unique rooms “The studio Hideaway” and “The granary Suite” each with their own private out door hot tub. New for 2015 is the Secret Garden a special and relaxing addition to any of our rooms. It is set in a private and secluded garden of its own and is just for the personal use of the accommodation it is booked with for the complete duration of the stay.
We also have the “Spa Cabin” with a huge out door tub, luxurious living space, double shower and Finnish sauna! the cabin can be booked by the day (12:30 – 21:00) for exclusive use in combination with any of our beautiful rooms.
Across the other side of the Ecclesbourne Vally is “Heather Cottage”, our luxurious self catering retreat situated in the picturesque village of Kirk Ireton just 4 miles (10 minute drive) from Dannah.
The Granary is our most extensive suite. Luxurious split level accommodation, six foot double bed, superb bathroom and stunning private deck with outdoor hot tub combine, we believe, to make this a room that would delight the most discerning of guests.
The downstairs sitting room opens onto a beautiful secluded terrace with large Canadian spa hot tub. Relax in your private hideaway surrounded by the rolling Derbyshire countryside. This is the ultimate place to relax, unwind and enjoy your hard earned me-time.
The Studio Hideaway is one of our most popular rooms, tucked away, private and secluded. The luxurious Canadian hot tub sits on an outdoor terrace, not overlooked by anything or anyone – exclusively for the private use of guests booking this unique room. Perfect for that really special occasion when only something truly different will hit the spot!
The Hideaway is an intimate retreat split over two levels. Downstairs is the sitting room and en-suite shower room with double power shower, a beautiful spiral staircase leads to a cosy beamed bedroom above.
The Secret Garden is a special and relaxing addition to any of our rooms. It is set in a private and secluded garden just for the personal use of the accommodation it is booked with for the complete duration of the stay.
Protected by a screen of trees amidst careful natural planting and overlooking the rolling farmland, there is a simple but stunning changing pod and a large powerful Canadian Spa Hot-Tub, perfect to while away the afternoon or indulge in a spot of romantic midnight stargazing.
The cabin is a self contained mini spa that can be booked by the day (12:30 – 21:00) for exclusive use alongside any of our guest rooms. Private and tucked away, it features an enormous Canadian Spa hot-tub set on a secluded terrace, surrounded by lawns and a private seating area.
Inside boasts a superb Finnish sauna, a shower room with double shower and a beautifully laid out sitting room containing a large squashy sofa, digital flatscreen TV, DVD/Blue-ray, drinks fridge, and a wealth of films, books and games. Everything we could think of, in fact, to help you relax and enjoy your well earned “me-time”.
Dannah Cottages are two stunning 5 star self catering cottages – Heather Cottage and Honeysuckle Cottage – in the pretty conservation village of Kirk Ireton. Owned by, and run as, a joint venture between Joan Slack (who also runs Dannah Farm) and Helen Slack (the wife of Joan’s eldest son).
Heather and Honeysuckle cottages are luxurious, romantic and intimate retreats-each one just for two. The cottages are situated next to one another but are completely separate and completely unique. Relax under the stars in the bubbling hot-tub (each cottage has its own private hot-tub – absolutely no sharing here!!) Watch the world go by from the window of the beautiful master bedrooms, stretch out on the soft leather sofas in the cosy and intimate sitting rooms or stroll round the lovely country lanes.
And don’t worry you can even come up to Dannah Farm, a pleasant ten minutes’ drive away, for a full Derbyshire farmhouse breakfast if the ‘self’ in ‘self-catering’ seems a little too much like hard work!