Welcome to Cascades House Bed and Breakfast In Derbyshire

Cascades House luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in Derbyshire is unique and charming.

The B&B is elegant and distinctive. It is a charming Georgian House a wealth of special features including Asian art from the owners travels. In the spectacular 4 acre garden, every season brings new surprises with hosts of snowdrops, hellebores, daffodils and unusual flowers and shrubs.

Ideal for a relaxing break in the Peak District

You can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District, the historic Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall while you stay in our charming Derbyshire bed and breakfast. Our secluded location, luxurious furnishings and warm welcome also make it perfect for honeymoons or romantic breaks.

Our bed and breakfast accommodation Derbyshire is located in Bonsall, just outside Matlock, close to Matlock Bath. The house, which dates back to 1823 is full of character, and our stunning 4 acre garden make us a truly unique Peak District Accommodation.

Cascades House has three spacious double suites. Each suite is tastefully decorated to a unique theme and feature large separate bathrooms. The India Suite features authentic Indian art, the Tibet Suite contains paintings and photographs from Tibet, and the Garden Suite has a luxury spa bath for two! All suites are ideal for visiting local attractions and walks in the Peak District as well as for time away with a loved one to celebrate a special occasion such as a Wedding Anniversary, Birthday or even Valentines Day.

Come and visit us at Cascades Gardens, where you can enjoy a relaxing break in any season!

Breakfast Menu

Breakfast is served in the Breakfast Room between 8.00am and 10.00am. Uncooked breakfast can be available from 8am and cooked breakfasts are available between 8.30am and 10am. The menu includes a range of fruit, yoghurt and cereals, full english breakfast and vegetarian option, smoked salmon and scrambled egg.

  • Fruit yoghurt
  • Choice of cereals
  • Fresh fruit
  • Grapefruit
  • Full English Breakfast (Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Mushrooms, & Tomato, Hash Brown)
  • Vegetarian (Veg sausage, Egg, Baked beans, Tomato, Mushroom, Hash Brown)
  • Scrambled egg with smoked salmon
 
  • Tea (English Breakfast, Earl Grey or Fruit tea)
  • Coffee (Caffeinated or Decaffeinated)
  • Toast (Brown, White, or both)
  • Cascades Gardens inspired by Japanese Gardens

    In the Summer of 1996 in the same year that I bought The Cascades, I visited Kyoto, Japan. I wanted to re-visit one of the most famous and inspiring gardens The Daisen In, at DETORI Monastery. I arranged to sit with the Abbot at 8.30am to have a tea ceremony and discussion with him on the meditation platform beside the garden. I admired the miniature garden of rocks, raked gravel and miniature trees representing a mountain valley and river going under a stone bridge and was inspired. I was fascinated and my spirit uplifted by the peaceful representation of a mountain valley. The aim of a Japanese garden is typically to create a representation of nature in which human involvement is concealed and the garden at Daisen In was a superb example. Cascades Gardens already has a beautiful natural setting of cliffs, stream, waterfalls and woodland. We don’t have to invent nature but try to manage and enhance it. The garden is designed to blend into the natural landscape. An extensive rockery with a collection of over 80 dwarf conifers. Alpine plants that cascade over the old 18th century stone walls and base of the 80ft cliff. A wide range of shade-loving ferns and plants, and stumpery in the woodland. Double Hellebores and Hostas that love the moist lime soil and semi-shade An extensive 50 metre perennial border alongside the canal.     At every turn of the 4 four acres there are seats to enjoy each “garden room”. Places to […]

Garden Opening Times

Open everyday from 1st April to 30th September 2015, 11am until 5:30pm.

The garden can be viewed by arrangement any time throughout the year.

Adults: £5.00 / Season Tickets: £12.00
Children (under 12): Free

Dogs on a lead are welcome.