An imposing sixteenth century tower house in the heart of the Peak District National Park, providing a private rural retreat for six. This imposing tower house, North Lees Hall is located in the Peak District National Park. With the craggy face of the famous gritstone cliff at Stanage Edge as its backdrop, the setting is as spectacular as the architecture of the Hall itself.
The ground floor accommodation of North Lees Hall consists of a fully equipped country kitchen which leads through to the spacious dining room with a wood-burning stove. A staircase to the rear of the hall travels through the whole building and provides alternative access to the accommodation at the rear of the building and the mezzanine level bathroom. The impressive spiral elm staircase at the front of the building leads up to the stately living space with log burning stove, impressive plaster ceiling and exquisite views. Following the spiral stair up to a half landing there is a double bedroom. The second floor contains a further two bedrooms – one twin and a double with a four poster bed. Both bedrooms contain original fireplaces. There is a second bathroom adjacent to the double bedroom. Guests can continue up the spiral stair to the roof terrace from which the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed.