Sunday, July 2, 2017
Losehill House & Spa as featured in Tangled Web of Love
First of all I would like to thank Paul and Kathryn Roden for agreeing to let me feature Losehill House and spa in my latest novel, Tangled Web of Love.
While planning, Tangled Web of Love I wanted my central characters to take a break away, and being a Derbyshire girl there is no better place for a romantic retreat than the Derbyshire Peak District. With the addition of a beautiful, boutique country hotel and spa, set in a secluded spot on the side of Losehill. Stunning views overlooking Win Hill, the words just seemed to flow, allowing me to compose four enchanting chapters.
We are proud to reveal the best-kept secret in the Derbyshire Peak District. Venture along a leafy lane and almost by chance you'll happen across somewhere rather special. Its name is Losehill House, the only 4 star hotel located within the heart of The Peak District National Park. This 1914 Arts and Crafts gem redeveloped as a boutique country hotel, has 23 bedrooms and is beautifully situated near Hope, equidistant from the wonderful villages of Castleton and Edale, all in the midst of some of the best walking and outdoor activity countryside in England.
A great spot for a short break or holiday or just a relaxing escape, we aim to offer our guests a relaxing experience with quality service in an unpretentious and friendly environment. The Peak District is a beautiful area and we believe that our unequalled location, combined with our friendly local staff, award winning Orangery Restaurant and Thalgo Spa are just some of the reasons why our guests adore Losehill House.
Bedrooms at Losehill
THE EDALE SUITE As featured in the book
Lounge and Bar
After visiting a few local historic attractions or a good walk, why not relax in the hotel's sumptuous lounge and bar, or on the terrace for pre-dinner drinks while taking in the spectacular uninterrupted views of the Peak District National Park. We serve the celebrated Thornbridge Beer on tap which is brewed in Bakewell, along with a range of bottled beers, spirits and a malt whisky selection.
Memorable dining experience in a wonderful setting. The Times has listed us as one of their '20 best wild places to eat in Britain', describing our Orangery Restaurant as "a wonderfully tranquil setting for some serious fine dining".
We offer a daily changing a-la-carte Dinner Menu, with a selection of 6 delicious choices for each course including vegetarian options.
4 course evening menu: £45 per person - including:
Canapes - in the lounge and bar
An optional course of Cheese - Superb British Artisan Selection - is available for £8.50. Coffee and Petit Fours served in the lounge can be added for £4 per person. A separate vegetarian menu is available on request.
A Taste of Losehill 7 Course Menu
We have recently introduced the Losehill Taster Menu to offer our Chefs the opportunity to create a unique menu. Comprising of 7 courses this dining experience costs £55 per person (or an additional £10 supplement if you have dinner included in your hotel stay).
A Peak District Lunch
The Orangery Restaurant must be one of the finest locations to enjoy a beautiful Peak District lunch experience. With panoramic views on three sides the restaurant is in a breathtaking location. We offer a daily changing menu with 3 courses for £24.50 per person and Sunday lunch including a local roast and additional vegetables £27.50 per person.
To complement our Spa and pool facilities we also offer light healthy lunches (2 or 3 courses), sandwiches and cream teas. All are available in the lounge or whilst admiring the view on the terrace for residents and guests.
A traditional afternoon tea selection of finger sandwiches, served on white and brown bread, to include smoked salmon, Bennets' Hope Valley free range egg with mayonnaise, cucumber and Peak District ham and mustard.
Warm, freshly baked scones with whipped cream and strawberry jam.
A selection of seasonal home-made cakes.
Afternoon Tea costs £15.95 per person, or make it a Champagne Afternoon Tea for £19.95 per person.
Alternatively, enjoy tea or coffee served with a selection of home-made biscuits for £4.50, or tea and cake for £8.00.
Afternoon tea is served between 2:30pm and 4:30pm.
These wet facilities are complemented by a suite of three Spa Treatment rooms where you can enjoy an extensive range of spa treatments using luxurious Thalgo products.
The Spa is open to residents and non-residents 7 days a week - subject to availability.
Award winning Executive Chef Darren Goodwin (left) & Head Chef Damien Cunliffe
Losehill House Hotel and Spa
Call: 01433 621219
Lose Hill Lane
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I am sure you will hear more about Losehill in Book 2!