Carlton Barns

Calton Lees, Long Gallery, Matlock DE4 2NX
Long Gallery England DE4 2NX GB
+44 1246 565300+44 1246 565300
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Sheldon House, Monyash
Sheldon House, Chapel Street, Monyash, Derbyshire, DE45 1JJ 6.84 mi

Sheldon House, Monyash

Providing quality, sustainable B&B and self-catering holiday accommodation in the heart of the Peak District National Park, we aim to provide comfortable accommodation offering a good night’s sleep, first-rate food, and an opportunity to take time to appreciate the beautiful surroundings.

We welcome cyclists and offer lockable cycle storage. We have a floor pump to ensure your tyres are properly inflated, and a maintenance stand and tools can be available to help you sort out any unexpected mechanical issues!

We have double, twin and single B&B rooms, all with en-suite shower facilities. We offer a choice of breakfasts with local ingredients used wherever possible. Bread, preserves, and cakes on arrival, are all homemade and special diets catered for – please advise us when booking.

We’re very happy to offer B&B for just one night or for several days, or if you prefer to cater for yourself for a longer stay we also have self-catering accommodation in Sheldon Barn, with a double and a twin room, a spacious lounge with dining area and a well-equipped kitchen.

Evening meals may be available at Sheldon House by arrangement, or at the local award winning pub (The Bull’s Head), offering good beer and good food just 5 minutes’ walk away.

Monyash is in the heart of the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park. There’s some great road cycling from Sheldon House and converted railway trails not far away, perhaps more suited to the wider tyres of mountain bikes or tourers. You’ll have plenty to test you if you like to eat up the miles with some challenging climbs, or easier trail rides with gentler gradients. The only thing we can’t guarantee is the weather!

57 West Rd, Buxton SK17 6HQ, UK 12.96 mi
+44 1298 938577+44 1298 938577

Cramond House is a recently renovated Victorian town house near to the many attractions Buxton offers and a perfect base to explore the Peak District. The warmest welcome awaits you from the owner Senga, whose aim is to ensure your stay at Cramond House meets your expectations in full. Your comfort is assured in the beautifully furnished rooms and an excellent breakfast will help you start the day. It is Senga’s ambition to make your stay at Cramond Buxton Guesthouse the first of many.

7 Littlegreen Road, Woodthorpe, Nottingham NG5 4LE, UK 25.18 mi

Welcome to The Yellow House Bed and Breakfast in a peaceful quiet area of Nottingham. A 30’s semi in a leafy suburb, just fifteen to twenty minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, yet easily accessible for all of Nottingham’s entertainments.

Guests stay in the specially designed loft conversion which contains an elegant and comfortable bedroom with its own ensuite shower room. The colour scheme is a restful cream and sage green with a garden theme.

The Yellow House is a small B&B in a private home and it does operate a “Cinderella Rule” which is expects all guests in for midnight, so party goers take note!

  • One double room (king size bed)
  • Secure bike storage
Ploughcroft Cottage, 53 Ploughcroft Lane, Halifax HX3 6TX, UK 38.06 mi

Ploughcroft Cottage was originally three 18th century cottages which have been lovingly restored retaining beamed ceilings and original stone fireplaces. Situated in an elevated position above Halifax and set in a rural environment with panoramic views over the town and surrounding countryside.

All our rooms have en suite facilities with wc, handbasin and shower, central heating, freeview TV, hospitality tray, and free wi-fi.

Situated at the top of The Shibden Wall (Lea Lane) one of the top hill climbs in the UK hundreds of cyclists pass Ploughcroft Cottage every year.

The Shibden Wall and Cragg Vale cycle climbs are challenging why not enjoy that deserved break with family or friends at Ploughcroft Cottage B&B resting at the top of the Shibden Wall in Ploughcroft Lane. Alternatively enjoy our self-catering holiday cottage at Pule just across the field from the B&B. Both the holiday cottage and B&B are only a 5 minute drive from Halifax town centre and the magnificent Grade I ‘Jewel in the Crown’ newly restored Piece Hall, which hosted the final day Depart of the Tour de Yorkshire 2018.

At 1000ft above sea level both cottages have spectacular views over Calderdale’s rural landscape. We offer off-road parking and secure cycle storage.

The Yorkshire Dales, Haworth, Hebden Bridge and Skipton are all less than an hour away. You deserve that break, you’ll enjoy the challenge and the Yorkshire hospitality.

92-94 High Street, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 0AX 43.85 mi

A cosy country Inn offering traditional hospitality, comfortable beds, good food, and fine Ales.
On the doorstep are located top class Golf courses, Oulton Park racing circuit, Ancient Castles, Beeston Market, Sandstone Trail and many other places of interest.
The market town of Nantwich and the historic walled city of Chester are only 10 miles away.

Towneley House, Kingsway, Burnley, BB11 1BJ 47.69 mi

Cycle-SOS The Cyclists National Helpline provide specialist legal services to injured cyclists following an accident. We can help you with: compensation for your injuries, medical care and rehabilitation plus financial settlement for your damaged bike and kit.
Call our freephone helpline on 0808 100 999 5.


25-29 Temple Street, Birmingham B2 5DB, United Kingdom 51.9 mi

Whether you are new to cycling or a seasoned veteran, you are sure to find everything you need at our Birmingham store, along with great service and expertise to help you get the most out of your bike. The store has 140 bikes on display and can rapidly order for you any one of the thousands of bikes and accessories available online. Alternatively, why not order and collect at a time convenient to you, using our Click & Collect service. As with all Evans Cycles stores, it has a fully-equipped workshop to help with anything from a puncture to a comprehensive service, so whatever your needs our friendly team of experts will keep you rolling.

Market St, Lutterworth LE17 4EJ, United Kingdom 54.93 mi

Guests can expect a warm welcome to this Grade II listed hotel and enjoy delicious home-cooked food in the contemporary surroundings of The Greyhound Inn Restaurant or in the informal setting of the bar or lounge. As well as serving real ale, the bar and Lounge also offers a wide variety of bar snacks from 12 noon until 2pm. Coffee and refreshments are available throughout the day and into the evening, with dinner served from 7pm.

Leaton, Bomere Heath, Shrewsbury SY4 3AP 57.57 mi

The 4 star Old Station Guest House B&B is set in the heart of the Shropshire countryside less than 10 minutes drive via country roads from the historic county town of Shrewsbury, the central hub of Shropshire. It is situated adjacent to the Bomere Heath cricket ground with the village of Bomere Heath only half a mile away with its local amenities of a small Co-op supermarket/newsagent, a post office, a hairdresser and a fish & chip shop. From here you can visit many places of interest in Shropshire, Cheshire and the Welsh Borders. It is also located on the Shrewsbury to Oswestry bus route.

The Old Station Guest House B&B in Shrewsbury offer residents FREE PARKING for their large and small vehicles within the extensive grounds of The Old Station Guest House B&B. You could leave your vehicle in our car park and catch a bus from the end of the driveway.

This former railway station, built in 1847, has been lovingly renovated and enlarged to provide beautiful deluxe accommodation, having 6 unique en-suite guest bedrooms (see accommodation page). Your chosen breakfasts and pre-ordered evening meals are cooked to order and are served in the dining room which was the original station waiting room and an extension onto the platform. The guest sitting room was originally the booking office. When the sun is shining you can also sit outside on the platform or one of the two patio areas.

Wi-Fi is offered FREE of charge at The 4 star Old Station Guest House. Also for our guests’ enjoyment is a selection of books of interest and a cards/chess/backgammon table.

Please take a look around our website, read about our history and view our photos. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have or to book a room at the Shrewsbury B&B. If you need more information about places you may wish to visit in the area, we will be pleased to help you in any way we can. Should your request be urgent please telephone in the first instance. A telephone call to 01939 290905 will secure your booking more quickly and you may be offered a better rate than booking via email.

Relax in one of 6 luxuriously appointed bedrooms, named after GWR Steam Engines, each with en-suite shower rooms finished with Victorian style decorated suites. You can choose from Quad, Triple, Double or Twin rooms some with TVs. All rooms offer tea / coffee making facilities. Prices include a full English breakfast

Ideal location for family get togethers. With ample off-road parking and wheelchair access.

Grange, Linton in Craven, Skipton BD23 5HH, UK 60.79 mi

Accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales at Linton Laithe, luxury Bed and Breakfast in the Yorkshire Dales offering five luxury guest rooms all en-suite and serving locally sourced Yorkshire breakfasts, ideally located in the village of Linton in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Linton Laithe lies on the edge of open countryside, facing the short lane leading up from Linton’s village green. Set in pretty landscaped grounds with easy parking, outdoor seating, and a sun-trap patio to enjoy the frequent sunny days.

Wyre Lane, Long Marston, CV 37 8RQ 74.65 mi

We provide radio systems to allow cyclists to talk to each other in pairs or groups. Our duplex radios allow up to 6 people to talk together hands free with many others able to join the conversation. Get in contact for more information

The Sun Inn, 10 High St, Clun, Craven Arms SY7 8JB 80.43 mi

The Sun Inn is a beautiful 15th Century pub in the heart of the historic town of Clun, South Shropshire. A grade two listed building, the Inn is of cruck construction with a wealth of exposed oak beams and original charm. Steve and Lin welcome you to sup, dine and sleep in one of England’s finest traditional inns.

We serve at least three traditional real ales, as well as the usual selection of keg and bottle beers, wines and soft drinks. Walkers are welcome. Well behaved dogs are welcome in our historic snug bar. More on drinking and relaxing at the Sun.

The Sun Inn serves home-made food made with good quality fresh ingredients, locally supplied wherever possible. Whether its soup, a sandwich and real ale that’s required or a three course meal accompanied by a good bottle of wine, we cater for all. More on dining at the Sun.

Our accommodation includes two double en-suite bedrooms and one twin room in the Old Stable Block which is quietly situated at the rear of the inn. The Granary is an exceptional en-suite double apartment at the rear of the Inn. Tariff from £30 single inclusive of breakfast. More on accommodation at the Sun.

The Old School Bed & Breakfast - Little Compton - Moreton in Marsh - Glos - GL56 0SL 85.91 mi

The Old School B & B is an award-winning ‘home-from-home’. It is welcoming and friendly with some fascinating school-day nostalgia within its old walls – for example, quirky door handles, classroom doors and exit signs – but, thankfully, very few school rules! Take a look at our video below for a ‘birds’ eye view’ of our home.

Set amidst the glorious north Cotswolds in England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, our home is a haven for you to relax, refresh and revive, ready for another day discovering unspoilt sleepy villages, soaking up the atmosphere of honey-coloured bustling market towns or staring in awe at the wonderful buildings and fascinating sights in historic Oxford, Cirencester, Warwick or Shakespeare’s home town, Stratford-upon-Avon.


The Green, Goathland, Whitby, YO22 5AN 89.93 mi

Rose Cottage is approaching her 200th birthday and
is a picturesque Yorkshire stone cottage in the heart
of the North Yorkshire Moors. Located in the village
of Goathland, famous for its Heartbeat and Harry
Potter connections it is a Grade II listed gem with
wood burning stoves, original features and an
enclosed cottage garden.

The cottage itself is just a short stroll away from the
village shops and tea rooms and there are three pubs
within ten minutes walk which all offer evening meals.
There is an enclosed garden around the cottage, a
patio area with outdoor seating and a BBQ for the
summer months. There is also plenty of gated parking
to the side of the cottag

The Old School Bed and Breakfast Stratton Audley Bicester Oxfordshire OX27 9BJ 90.92 mi

The Old School is a cleverly combined 400 year old farmhouse having a cosy cottage feel, thought to be the oldest property in the village, with a Victorian school, built in 1852, giving high elegant rooms. With central heating throughout, there are four guest bedrooms – two double rooms and two twin rooms, each room being individually designed with antique furniture, pictures, tea/coffee tray and free high speed broadband internet access. Two of the rooms are downstairs, with just three stairs..

All the beds are of high quality with white linen which, together with the peaceful surroundings, give you a good night’s sleep.

The bathrooms have a bath and shower, loo and basin, with fitted carpet so no slipping, and are well appointed and clean.

Secure bike storage

16 Chapel Street, Llandudno LL30 2SY, UK 92.07 mi

A delightful, well appointed Victorian family run B&B situated in the heart of Llandudno. A relaxed friendly atmosphere awaits you. Our comfortable Guest Lounge with views of the Great Orme is a great place to sit and read the morning papers after a hearty English Breakfast. We offer complimentary tea and coffee throughout the day. For your convenience we also offer Free WiFi, small Library, plenty of local information and the B&B is fully equipped with Freeview TV.

The Astonwood Hotel is a two minute walk from the magnificent Victorian promenade, pier and beaches with their splendid views of Llandudno Bay and the Great Orme. The tram station, ski slope, cable cars and other attractions of the Great Orme are easily reached from here as are the unique shops in the main shopping area with their striking Victorian facades.

We are a 10 minute drive from RSPB Conwy, Conwy Castle and Conwy Town, alternatively within 20 minutes you could be at Surf Snowdonia enjoying the waves and approximately 40 minutes from ZIP World.

More locally we are stones throw from the Home Front Experience Museum. Our local Theatre Venue Cmyru is a 15 minute walk away along our beautiful sea front.

Squirrel Bank Cottage Ferry View Bowness on Windermere Cumbria LA23 3JB 95.18 mi

Squirrel Bank self catering cottage is decorated to a very high specification. There is a separate parking space alongside and the guests can enjoy their own private garden with garden furniture and barbecue if requested.

  • Recently redesigned and refurbished and is fully inclusive
  • Free Secure Wi Fi
  • Flat Screen TV with Freeview, DVD player and selection of DVDs
  • Radio/CD player.
  • Dining Table + 2 chairs
Fry St, Middlesbrough TS1 1JH, United Kingdom 95.64 mi

Situated on Fry Street, Jurys Inn Middlesbrough is close to the town centre and less than ten minutes from Middlesbrough station, making it ideal for transport links in and around the town. With a colourful history, interesting architecture, cultural museums, a number of shopping outlets, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues, Middlesbrough is a thriving town awaiting your discovery.

Whether exploring the Riverside Stadium (home of Middlesbrough Football Club), the Dorman Museum, or the famous city landmark – Tees Transporter Bridge, our hotel in Middlesbrough offers the perfect base for those visiting this North-Eastern city.

3-5 High Street, Windermere, Cumbria LA23 1AF, UK 96.49 mi

At All Seasons we welcome guests  into our home so they can come and enjoy the beauty of The Lake District. We are here to accommodate all guests that stay and help in any way we can to make everybody’s experience as relaxing and comfortable as possible in England’s most stunning destination.

All Seasons Guest House and All Seasons Rest are two small traditional stone built houses next door to each other, ideally located in the heart of Windermere village just 200 yards from the train & bus station and short walk to the Lake and Bowness-on-Windermere, making it easy to explore all the highlights the Lake District has to offer.

  • Breakfast-  This is not included in the price shown, it must be added as an additional if you wish to enjoy a breakfast in the morning. Served 8.45am – 9.30am you get a choice of a continental and a cooked English Lakes Breakfast to start to the day.
  • Free WIFI throughout the property
  • All Rooms have TV, DVD and Hairdryers with complementary toiletries and refreshment tray
  • No Parking (please see website for parking options)
  • Check in is from 2pm – 7pm, out of hours check in will incur an addition £20 charge unless pre booked before arrival

All bedrooms are modern and individual in style with clean neutral colours. Our rooms consist of cosy Doubles, King size or Family rooms we have something for everyone. Not all are en-suite so if you require this please make sure you contact us direct this is clearly marked in our room descriptions. All rooms have crisp linen and lovely fluffy towels which makes for a comfy break.

Old Mill Farmhouse Fron Oleu Farm Trawsfynydd Gwynedd LL41 4UN 98.14 mi

THE ACCOMMODATION is all on the ground floor in converted farm buildings. The rooms are well heated and each one has its own TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, hospitality tray and en-suite shower room. INDIVIDUAL FRONT DOORS allow freedom of access without disturbing other guests, which is ideal for dog-owners and for those who travel after work and arrive late. There is ample PARKING in the attractive courtyard. We have lockable storage for bikes.

We have 3 double rooms, 2 family rooms (one with 2 bedrooms, the other one suitable for wheelchair users) and 2 twin rooms, sleeping a total of 19 people. 2 of our rooms, ‘Poppy Fields’ and ‘Spring Meadow’, are small, which is reflected in the price.

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