A renovated Victorian shooting lodge, overlooking its own grouse moor
If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £86 and £100.
Moscar Lodge, Hollow Meadows, Sheffield S6 6GL
£2,000 - £6,000
£12,000 - £16,000
Moscar Lodge is a Victorian shooting lodge, near Bamford, in the Peak District. It sleeps 20 guests in 10 bedrooms, both in the main house and the annex.
There are six bedrooms in the main house, all with king-size beds and en-suite bathroom or shower rooms. One of the bedrooms has a four-poster bed. There is a bedroom on the ground floor with an en-suite shower room, should you have guests who’d prefer to avoid the stairs.
The remaining four bedrooms are in the annex. Each of the bedrooms have a king-size bed and an en-suite.
On the ground floor of the main house, there is a double-length living room with plenty of squashy sofas, and a wood burning stove. The kitchen is modern and well-equipped, with a breakfast table for six. For more formal dining,
Please see the key features below. If stag and hen parties are not listed then the property is sadly not suitable for them.
The house is owned by the Duchess of Rutland, and is her own personal renovation project. Much of the textiles and furniture comes from other houses on her estates. The Duchess of Rutland's favourite room at Moscar is the Bamford Room, the windows of which look towards the Coach and Horses, a lofty gritstone Tor, high up on Derwent Edge.
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