A grand property
Let the light flood in
Period Elegance
Stunning high ceiling oozing character
Amazing mezzanine bedroom
Perfect spot for a romantic dinner
Everything you need in the kitchen
Details to make you smile
Bright and airy bathroom
A grand driveway
Spot the many wildlife
Mature ponds which are so beautiful
Relax in the gardens
One of the many seating areas in the extensive gardens
Rolling views that surround you
1 / 15  A grand property
2 / 15  Let the light flood in
3 / 15  Period Elegance
4 / 15  Stunning high ceiling oozing character
5 / 15  Amazing mezzanine bedroom
6 / 15  Perfect spot for a romantic dinner
7 / 15  Everything you need in the kitchen
8 / 15  Details to make you smile
9 / 15  Bright and airy bathroom
10 / 15  A grand driveway
11 / 15  Spot the many wildlife
12 / 15  Mature ponds which are so beautiful
13 / 15  Relax in the gardens
14 / 15  One of the many seating areas in the extensive gardens
15 / 15  Rolling views that surround you

The Old Billiard Room,

Glossop (1.5mls SE), Peak District
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance


  • Magnificent views across the large landscaped gardens that the residents are welcome to use
  • A wonderful and relaxing rural retreat perfect for couples
  • Nestling amongst the foothills of Kinder Scout, Moorfield's location is excellent for fell walking
Property code: 52417

Standing in five acres of the owners’ beautiful grounds of Moorfield House this former billiard hall is tucked away in the mature gardens, providing a relaxing escape with surrounding countryside.

There is so much to see and do, with the Pennine Way within two miles and the peaks of Kinder Scout and Bleaklow within easy reach. The market town of Glossop, with its transport links to Manchester and local towns is also close by. Other attractions further afield include the Blue John Mines, Treak Cliff Cavern and Speedwell Cavern, a flooded underground cave system that is explored by boat. Well worth a visit is Lyme Park and Hall where Pride and Prejudice was filmed in 1995 and Peveril Castle, situated near Castleton built in 1080. Derwent Valley with a picturesque series of dams and reservoirs where the 'dam busters' trained. In the immediate vicinity of Moorfield are the hills, valleys and streams that make up The Peak District National Park.

Stepping into the stunning open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner which is incredibly spacious, the kitchen area offers electric oven and hob, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and there is a dining table large enough to comfortably seat four people. Leading onto the lounge area with comfortable seating, reclining sofa and double sofa bed, TV/DVD and table football for some competitive fun, the huge windows frame the stunning gardens that surround you. The downstairs bathroom offers a shower over bath and WC. Meandering up the feature staircase to the mezzanine floor which offers a king-size bed, hanging space for clothes and a dressing area. Feel like the king or queen of the castle looking over the accommodation below, with the stunning carved beams sweeping over the bed providing a very characterful escape.

Heading outside, there is a patio area which guests are welcome to use and enjoy the summer nights with a relaxing drink and watch the birds in the mature trees that surround you. There is ample off-road parking directly outside the property.

  • 1 Bedroom – king-size
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no smoking
  • Regret no pets
  • Pub and shop within 3 miles
  • Complex of properties
  • TV/DVD in lounge area

This property joined our collection in 2017 and is managed by Anthony.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
Overall equipment
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Reviewed by David, 13th September 2019

Ideally situated being within a short distance of Glossop which will cater for most things you may need to buy and also situated in a rural location that will suit most people who like a high degree of peace and quiet and isolation.

Reviewed by Rob, 21st July 2019

We had a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed the surroundings of the cottage. However one needs to retire early in de evening as the ceiling of the cottage is made of (beautiful) glass and you wake up at the crack of dawn. This can easily be solved by providing a eye mask like you get in an aeroplane.

Reviewed by Virginia, 23rd June 2019

It was a very nice setting but it was quite isolated, down a very narrow lane. The room was clean, tidy and well maintained and the bed was comfortable. However dont stay there in high summer unless you dont wake with daylight as the enormous cupola makes it very bright early in the morning ie 3-4 o clock

Reviewed by Oliver, 14th June 2019

Sehr sauber. Traumhaft schnes Gartenareal. Ruhe pur! Innen sehr komfortabel und hochwertig, trotz manch kleiner Altersanzeichen. Sehr zu empfehlen!!!

Reviewed by Simona, 7th June 2019

The property is very nice, located in a small but nice garden. Very nice maintained..and presumably even nicer on sunny days (we had none in the week) :-)

Reviewed by Lerone, 22nd March 2019

Beautiful and well appointed building, quiet grounds with fantastic walks into the peak District and easy access to local amenities

Reviewed by Jane, 21st December 2018

Although attached to the main house, the accommodation is very private and quiet. It felt like we had the garden to ourselves. However the owners were only next door if we needed anything. They were very helpful and friendly. Glossop is a 30 min walk mainly downhill to get there but obviously this means an uphill walk home so on a couple of occasioRead morens we got a taxi back which cost around 8. Hide

Reviewed by Vit, 17th November 2018

Lovely property where you feel like in a castle. Nothing was a problem for owners. We had an excellent time.

Reviewed by Michael, 14th September 2018

We found the property to be really comfortable for two. Plenty of room. Relaxing. Perfectly fine for when the weather is poor and one wants to stay in to read, play table football, etc. Within easy reach (approx. 30 minutes drive) of a number of attractions - including the Derwent Valley Dams, Lyme Park, Castleton and the Blue John caverns, etc - aRead morell of which are well worth visiting. Good walking near as well. We enjoyed our stay. Hide

Reviewed by Mark, 10th August 2018

Lovely location, excellent accommodation and a perfect getaway. So much better than a hotel, a place where you can hang out for a day if the weather isn't good or you just want to be lazy. I'd highly recommend the Billiards Room.

Reviewed by Sarah, 27th July 2018

Hosts were fantastic, lovely property, and great location.

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A grand property
Let the light flood in
Period Elegance
Stunning high ceiling oozing character
Amazing mezzanine bedroom
Perfect spot for a romantic dinner
Everything you need in the kitchen
Details to make you smile
Bright and airy bathroom
A grand driveway
Spot the many wildlife
Show 3 moreMature ponds which are so beautiful


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