Nestled away in secluded tranquillity in the picturesque countryside of Derbyshire, Park Hall Pods, seamlessly combine the height of luxury and the peacefulness of nature. Dating back to the early 1900’s, this bygone neglected mineral train line, has been beautifully transformed and landscaped to house 6 exclusive luxury glamping pods.
If you are seeking a few days relaxation, why not immerse yourself into the great outdoors, without forgoing the comforts of home. Your days could be spent leisurely reading a book on your own private, elevated decking area, and the evenings enjoying a glass of wine under the stars. To enhance your enjoyment further, why not relax in your own bubbly hot-tub at the end of the day. If you prefer to be a little more active, the area has a vast array of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, sailing and fishing.
Park Hall Pods, offer luxury style on stilts, and are constructed with comfort and quality in mind. The glamping pods, are built on an elevated structure, which allow all the surrounding countryside to be viewed for your enjoyment.
Each of the 6 pods, are nestled into the hawthorn hedges, and your only neighbours are the cattle that graze in the nearby fields. Inside each cosy pod, fitted to the highest specifications, you will find a kitchenette area, with fridge, small cooker, and microwave, so you can quickly rustle up whatever you fancy. Further to this, you will find a comfortable sofa, sumptuous bed, and a beautiful bathroom.
Each pod has internet access, and a TV for the moments you want to touch base and relax. For al fresco dining, a fire pit is included for your pleasure.
Park Hall Pods, are situated in the little village of Mapperley in Derbyshire, within walking distance of Shipley Country Park. A little further afield, you will find the Peak District National Park, with craggy hills, sweeping dales and dense woodland. It is a world of contrasting natural beauty with moors and dales, rivers, springs and caverns.
The area is known for its breath-taking views, bustling market towns, pretty villages, and the beautiful historic houses of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall. Derbyshire also has an abundance of National Trust properties to explore, Hardwick Hall, Calke Abbey and Sudbury Hall to name a few.
Park Hall Pods are also very handily situated close to the border of Nottinghamshire. The birth place of world-renowned author, D H Lawrence can be visited in the nearby town of Eastwood. A little further afield, Robin Hood country, Clumber Park and Wollaton Hall are all waiting to be explored.
Why not escape to the peace and quiet of this rural area, to relax and enjoy all that our English countryside has to offer, you will not be disappointed!
(minimum of 2 night bookings only)