Heathy Lea Barn is attached to Heathy Lea House and is accessed by an external flight of stone steps. The three of the Heathy Lea Collection properties are converted from within the former eighteenth-century farmyard at Heathy Lea on the edge of Chatsworth Park. The grounds of Heathy Lea open directly into the park where guests are free to walk any time (with their dogs on a lead) through the 1100 acres of Chatsworth Park which owes much of its appearance to Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. Look out for the abandoned millstones on the rock edges, the gnarled oak woodland, and the resident herds of red and fallow deer as you walk the short distance (20-30 mins) to Chatsworth.
Despite the remote location in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales, the A619 behind these properties, links you to nearby Bakewell, Pilsley and beyond.
Dogs are welcomed at a rate of £35 per dog per stay, please advise our reservations team when making your booking that you shall be bringing a dog with you. There is an abundance of things to do in the Peak District with dogs.