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Santo's Higham Farm Hotel
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DE55 6EH
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Santo’s Higham Farm Hotel is set in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside with a panoramic terrace offering uninterrupted views of the Amber Valley, yet only minutes away from motorway links and central to East Midlands, Birmingham and Manchester airports.

The original 15th century farmhouse retains its original oak beams and character, with welcoming open log fires and a staggering 96 foot deep well in the entrance lobby.

The Hotel offers FREE WI-FI throughout, state of the art conference facilities, fine dining restaurant, residents bar/lounge and 29 luxury en-suite bedrooms and suites. Excellent freshly prepared and locally sourced cuisine is served in the Hotels award winning, AA Rosette accredited Restaurant. You are guaranteed the freshest lobster thanks to the Seafood Holding Tanks and the finest wines have been imported from all around the globe.

Weddings, banquets, celebrations and barbeques are all personally coordinated by Santo (Managing Director) to suit your specific requirements. You can even hold an open air ceremony thanks to the innovative retractable roof which covers the Mediterranean style courtyard.

Special offers and events are also available throughout the year.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit England - 3 stars, silver award
AA 3 Stars & 1 Rosette
Number of Rooms: 29
Number Ensuite: 29

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: £123 - £128
Twin: £123
Single: £82
Suite: £148 - £266
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Name: Fine Dining and Sports Bar
Cuisine: A la Carte and Bar Meals
Chef: Lee Sanderson
Awards: 1 Rosette

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