Spacious room with windows facing east and west. May be a twin or a double. En-suite bath with shower.
Terms & Conditions
Dogs must not be left unattended.
Cash, cheques and online payment only.
Fire Safety & Access Statement
Fire instructions in rooms.
Linked smoke detectors fitted.
Fire escape route marked.
Fire extinguishers checked yearly.
Gathering point under cover on opposite side of drive.
£65 - £90 per room per night
Enjoy a warm welcome to this fascinating timber-framed, historic, listed building in a quiet, attractive countryside location near Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
Mercaston Hall farmhouse bed and breakfast is situated in the rural hamlet of Mercaston, halfway between Derby and Ashbourne. We are an ideal base for visits and walks in the Peak District, many tourist attractions and stately homes. We are just one mile from Kedleston Hall (NT) and close to Carsington Water. Well placed for the towns and cities of the Midlands.
All of our rooms are en-suite and offer traditional charm with modern facilities. We offer a wide menu and can cater for all tastes and dietery requirements, serving home produced as well as local foods. Wifi is available.
The Old Milking Parlour provides an attractive beamed function/party room.
We also have a flat area as well as hard standing which can accommodate a marquee.
We are a small, sixty acre, mainly sheep farm but also have pigs, hens and ducks as well as a large variety of wild birds and animals and well stocked carp ponds. Hard tennis court.. Function/Party room available. Wi Fi.
May be a twin or double. There is room for a cot. A substantial z-bed may be added at extra charge in this spacious room.
The room overlooks the garden, tennis court and surrounding countryside.
There is a shower in the en-suite.
Additional Directions InformationFrom Ashbourne A52: In Brailsford turn left down Luke Lane (signposted Mercaston). After 1 mile at 1st crossroads, turn right (signposted Mugginton). In 1 mile you go past Mugginton, turn on left, (signed Kedleston) & the house is 300 metres on right.
From Derby A52: In Kirk Langley, at crossroads turn right down Flagshaw Lane, over crossroads in 1.4miles and continue onto Slade Lane for 0.7miles. At T junction turn left and we are 200 metres on your left.
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