When is Breakfast Served?
Breakfast is usually served in the Drawing Room between the hours of 7:30am and 9:30am during the week and 8:30am and 9:30am at weekends and Bank Holidays, but we are very flexible, so if you need an earlier breakfast (say for a balloon flight or to enable you to make that morning meeting) let us know and we’ll do our best to help. Or later if you prefer, please just ask.
What would you like to know?
We have five rooms here at Sheriff Lodge. Two doubles, The Nest and The Loft, on the second floor, then there's The Dray and The Mousehole on the the first floor, twin rooms (these can be zipped and linked to make huge double beds). Our fifth room, The Warren, is a family-friendly, pet-friendly space that can sleep up to two adults and three children. All of the rooms have seven feet long beds.
Every year the room prices are checked with others in our local area and other bed and breakfasts at a similar standard to Sheriff Lodge. The prices are pitched at a level that is reasonable, reflects the property and the quality of your stay here.
The breakfast here at Sheriff Lodge is something to be reckoned with and will set you up for a day of fresh air and activity. Now a restaurant style menu, order exactly what you’d like – from a slice of homemade bread to a full Derbyshire breakfast, which includes local free-range eggs, locally sourced sausages and bacon, locally made Derbyshire oatcakes and fresh, homemade bread, as well as homemade marmalade and jams. Providence is important here at Sheriff Lodge.