Stretton House, dating back to the 17th century and greatly extended in Victorian times, is an imposing Derbyshire country house, with historic links to the building of the local mainline railway connecting London to Leeds.
The private gravel driveway leads to an impressive residence sitting in its own formal gardens and parkland overlooking an ornamental lake.
Stretton House provides an idyllic rural retreat for large gathering of friends and family. Stretton House comfortably accommodates up to 30/32 guests in luxurious surroundings, for that special weekend or mid-week break.
The whole party can comfortably dine at a single table in the conservatory which seats up to 30/32 guests. There is also an alternative dining option in the formal reception room seating 30/32 guests. Pre and post dinner drinks can be taken in the library, drawing room or the bar. In good weather, you can dine alfresco on the terraces with plenty of seating for all and cooking on the large charcoal BBQ.
Privacy and tranquility can be enjoyed by all members of the family with croquet on the lawn, Pimms on the lake terrace and activities for the children.
Stretton House offers a formal sitting room with log fire, library with an open coal fire, bar lounge, movie room with projector, conservatory and kids art room (including DVD and book library) as well as a games annex in the former coach house. With all this to offer Stretton House is the ideal large holiday home and retreat for family and friends accomodating up to 30/32 guests.