Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Nov 18, 2010
http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk presents Stoop Farm in the Peak District. Stoop Farm is a traditional, family farm in the heart of the Peak District. Bez (my husband) is the third generation of his family to farm this land. As well as approximately 1000 sheep we have 17 geese, 11 hens, 2 cockerels and 4 collie dogs.
We provide luxury bed & breakfast accommodation in our traditional stone barn adjoining the farmhouse. There are 2 double en-suite rooms and 1 twin en-suite room, plus we have 2 sofa beds for additional guests. Our breakfasts are delicious and we offer a wide choice each morning, using high quality, locally sourced ingredients.
Breakfast is served in the Dining Room between 7am and 9.30am.
• Full Derbyshire Cooked Breakfast • (2rashers bacon, 1 sausage, 1 fried egg, Derbyshire oatcake, roasted cherry tomatoes, portabello mushroom) - vegetarian option available • scrambled eggs with Scottish smoked salmon • porridge served with stewed plums • portabello mushrooms on toast • New York Bagel with Nutella and banana • roasted cherry tomato omelette • New York Bagel filled with cream cheese and smoked salmon
Our sausages are made from pork reared by Sue Jackson who farms at New House Farm, The Wash. This is a small traditional family farm about 9 miles from here. The eggs we use for breakfast are from our own few hens that you will see roaming around the farm (occasionally we don't have enough of our own so we then use local free range eggs from Mere Farm in Earl Sterndale).