Causeway House offers bed and breakfast accommodation situated in the pretty Derbyshire village of Castleton and just a short drive from Hope and Sheffield. Our B&B is set in a 14th Century cruck cottage with plenty of modern conveniences added in.
We have five bedrooms, three luxurious en suites and two with shared facilities. Our Garden Room is on the ground floor and is ideal for guests who prefer to avoid stairs, although there are a couple of steps to access it. Our stunning four poster room just oozes history and character and our double room is a perfect place to relax. Each room has been tastefully decorated and have an hospitality tray, a colour TV, clock radio and hair dryer.
Our breakfast menu is a treat from a full English breakfast to lighter alternatives – whatever your morning tastes you’re sure to find something to tempt those morning taste buds. We also offer a comprehensive vegetarian menu.
Castleton lies at the heart of the Peak District and the moment you enter you’ll realise you’ve come to a special place. It may be a small village but it is a vibrant place and it is well worth exploring.
The Peak District National Park was Britain’s first national park established in 1951. It became a national park because of its varied landscape and because it was under considerable pressure from the ever-expanding towns and cities around it. It is an area of nearly 1,438 square kilometre and stretches from the Pennine Moors in the north to the rolling limestone hills in the south.
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Rates: From £35 per person per night in the single rooms.
From £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £85 per family room per night.
Our Garden Room can also be used as a twin en suite bedroom.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement - please call first.
Off street parking.