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Peak Venues Guidebook

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Peak Venues Guidebook

Pubs
Small traditional village pub serving great food. Please note that they do not allow children under the age of 6 in the pub.
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Red Lion Inn
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Small traditional village pub serving great food. Please note that they do not allow children under the age of 6 in the pub.
Lovely historic character features in this compact pub. It is worth booking a table for a group as it is popular with the locals.
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The Packhorse Inn
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Lovely historic character features in this compact pub. It is worth booking a table for a group as it is popular with the locals.
Gastro pub with great food and a family friendly beer garden in the heart of Bakewell.
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The Manners, Bakewell
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Gastro pub with great food and a family friendly beer garden in the heart of Bakewell.
Traditional Robinsons small character pub serving great food in a lovely Derbyshire village with the River Wye flowing through the heart of it.
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The Bulls Head
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Traditional Robinsons small character pub serving great food in a lovely Derbyshire village with the River Wye flowing through the heart of it.
Our very own award winning pub offer open fires, hidden corners, local ales and of course ‘great homemade pub food’. Groups welcome - booking advised.
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The Royal Oak | Peak District
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Our very own award winning pub offer open fires, hidden corners, local ales and of course ‘great homemade pub food’. Groups welcome - booking advised.
Family run pub serving hearty traditional pub food.
The Bulls Head Inn
Family run pub serving hearty traditional pub food.
Bretton- Quaint 16th century inn with the most amazing views - on a clear day it is possible to see five counties.
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The Barrel Inn
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Bretton- Quaint 16th century inn with the most amazing views - on a clear day it is possible to see five counties.
Stoney Middleton - A lovely traditional pub with a great beer garden.
The Moon Inn
Stoney Middleton - A lovely traditional pub with a great beer garden.
A pub which serves great Spanish tapas.
The Bridge Inn
A pub which serves great Spanish tapas.
Restaurants
a stylish restaurant with a private dining area for large groups. Also a lovely setting for afternoon tea and the cocktails are a must!
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The Merchant's Yard
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a stylish restaurant with a private dining area for large groups. Also a lovely setting for afternoon tea and the cocktails are a must!
Bakewell French restaurant and cafe bar in the heart of Bakewell.
Piedaniel's
Bakewell French restaurant and cafe bar in the heart of Bakewell.
Great Thai restaurant located in the centre of Buxton – booking is definitely recommended.
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Simply Thai Restaurant
2-3 Cavendish Circus
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Great Thai restaurant located in the centre of Buxton – booking is definitely recommended.
family friendly restaurant - situated in an idyllic location by the river. Serves both lunch and dinner.
The Woodyard
family friendly restaurant - situated in an idyllic location by the river. Serves both lunch and dinner.
A contemporary restaurant serving locally sourced modern European dishes.
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Rowley's Village Pub
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A contemporary restaurant serving locally sourced modern European dishes.
Cafes
A great place for breakfast/brunch - the waffles are amazing ! - open until 4.00pm
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High Nelly's Cafe
2 Bank Square
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A great place for breakfast/brunch - the waffles are amazing ! - open until 4.00pm
Hearty Breakfasts available in small, big, bigger and biggest portions - a must to try! Sandwiches / jackets potatoes and main meals all served until 3.00pm.
The Yondermann cafe
Hearty Breakfasts available in small, big, bigger and biggest portions - a must to try! Sandwiches / jackets potatoes and main meals all served until 3.00pm.
A family friendly café right on the Monsal Trail.
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Hassop Station Cafe and Monsal Trail Cycle Hire
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A family friendly café right on the Monsal Trail.
In the heart of the beautiful famous 'plague' village of Eyam.
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Village Green Cafe
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In the heart of the beautiful famous 'plague' village of Eyam.
Wyes Waters Tea Room is a Cafe/Tea Rooms in the center of the beautiful Peak District town of Bakewell.
Union Eatery & Coffee
Wyes Waters Tea Room is a Cafe/Tea Rooms in the center of the beautiful Peak District town of Bakewell.
Sightseeing
Commanding superb views over Monsal Dale, a valley in an area of Derbyshire’s Peak District known as the White Peak, the Monsal Head Hotel offers guests good food, with well priced seasonal menus, real ales from local micro breweries, a large outdoor seating area, and 7 en-suite bedrooms. The Hotel and Coaching Inn are in one of the most popular beauty spots in Derbyshire, with views over the valley and its famous viaduct, and a short distance from Chatsworth Estate, Ashford in the Water, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock.
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Monsal Head Hotel
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Commanding superb views over Monsal Dale, a valley in an area of Derbyshire’s Peak District known as the White Peak, the Monsal Head Hotel offers guests good food, with well priced seasonal menus, real ales from local micro breweries, a large outdoor seating area, and 7 en-suite bedrooms. The Hotel and Coaching Inn are in one of the most popular beauty spots in Derbyshire, with views over the valley and its famous viaduct, and a short distance from Chatsworth Estate, Ashford in the Water, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock.
Surprise View is a spectacular view point above Hathersage and is known for being one of the best viewpoints in the Peak District and also for being a great spot to sit and watch the sunset.
Surprise View Car Park
Surprise View is a spectacular view point above Hathersage and is known for being one of the best viewpoints in the Peak District and also for being a great spot to sit and watch the sunset.
A short route to an extensive panorama of the Derwent Valley from one of its renowned gritstone edges. Highland cattle grazing. Picnic area with views.
Curbar Gap Car Park
A short route to an extensive panorama of the Derwent Valley from one of its renowned gritstone edges. Highland cattle grazing. Picnic area with views.
With its beautiful views and natural boulders this is a great attraction to both climbers and people trying to appreciate the local scenary
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Burbage South Edge
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With its beautiful views and natural boulders this is a great attraction to both climbers and people trying to appreciate the local scenary
Kinder Scout is a moorland plateau and National Nature Reserve in the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District in England. Part of the moor, at 636 metres above sea level, is the highest point in the Peak District, the highest point in Derbyshire, and the highest point in the East Midlands.
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Kinder Scout
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Kinder Scout is a moorland plateau and National Nature Reserve in the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District in England. Part of the moor, at 636 metres above sea level, is the highest point in the Peak District, the highest point in Derbyshire, and the highest point in the East Midlands.
Cycling and Walking
The High Peak Trail is a 17-mile trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders in the Peak District of England.
High Peak Trail
The High Peak Trail is a 17-mile trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders in the Peak District of England.
The Tissington Trail is a bridleway, footpath and cycleway in Derbyshire, England, along part of the trackbed of the former railway line connecting Ashbourne to Buxton. It takes its name from the village of Tissington, which it skirts.
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Tissington Trail Car Park, Ashbourne
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The Tissington Trail is a bridleway, footpath and cycleway in Derbyshire, England, along part of the trackbed of the former railway line connecting Ashbourne to Buxton. It takes its name from the village of Tissington, which it skirts.
The Monsal Trail is a cycling, horse riding and walking trail in the Derbyshire Peak District. It was constructed from a section of the former Manchester, Buxton, Matlock and Midlands Junction Railway, built by the Midland Railway in 1863 to link Manchester with London, which closed in 1968.
Monsal Trail
The Monsal Trail is a cycling, horse riding and walking trail in the Derbyshire Peak District. It was constructed from a section of the former Manchester, Buxton, Matlock and Midlands Junction Railway, built by the Midland Railway in 1863 to link Manchester with London, which closed in 1968.
Carsington Water is a reservoir operated by Severn Trent Water located between Wirksworth and Kniveton in Derbyshire, England. The reservoir takes water from the River Derwent at Ambergate during winter months, pumping up to the reservoir by 10.5-kilometre long tunnels and aqueduct.
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Carsington Water
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Carsington Water is a reservoir operated by Severn Trent Water located between Wirksworth and Kniveton in Derbyshire, England. The reservoir takes water from the River Derwent at Ambergate during winter months, pumping up to the reservoir by 10.5-kilometre long tunnels and aqueduct.
Derwent Reservoir is the middle of three reservoirs in the Upper Derwent Valley in the northeast of Derbyshire, England. It lies approximately 10 miles from Glossop and 10 miles from Sheffield. The River Derwent flows first through Howden Reservoir, then Derwent Reservoir and finally through Ladybower Reservoir.
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Derwent Reservoir
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Derwent Reservoir is the middle of three reservoirs in the Upper Derwent Valley in the northeast of Derbyshire, England. It lies approximately 10 miles from Glossop and 10 miles from Sheffield. The River Derwent flows first through Howden Reservoir, then Derwent Reservoir and finally through Ladybower Reservoir.
The Longdendale Trail is an English long-distance trail following the former Woodhead railway line, which used to run between Manchester and Sheffield. It has shallow gradients and a smooth surface that makes it popular with families and cyclists.
Longdendale Trail
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The Longdendale Trail is an English long-distance trail following the former Woodhead railway line, which used to run between Manchester and Sheffield. It has shallow gradients and a smooth surface that makes it popular with families and cyclists.
The Sett Valley Trail is a 2.5-mile cycle- and bridleway in Derbyshire, England, linking the village of Hayfield and the town of New Mills.
Sett Valley Trail
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The Sett Valley Trail is a 2.5-mile cycle- and bridleway in Derbyshire, England, linking the village of Hayfield and the town of New Mills.
Mam Tor is a 517 m hill near Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire, England. Its name means "mother hill", so called because frequent landslips on its eastern face have resulted in a multitude of "mini-hills" beneath it.
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Mam Tor
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Mam Tor is a 517 m hill near Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire, England. Its name means "mother hill", so called because frequent landslips on its eastern face have resulted in a multitude of "mini-hills" beneath it.
Lathkill Dale is one of the prettiest of the Derbyshire Dales and lies about 3 miles from Bakewell. There is a pay and display car park at Over Haddon from where a steep road descends into the dale, or various parking areas at Monyash which is situated at the top end of Lathkill Dale. Alternatively, limited roadside parking is available at medieval Conksbury Bridge on the road from Bakewell to Newhaven or at Alport at the bottom end of Lathkill Dale.
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Lathkill Dale
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Lathkill Dale is one of the prettiest of the Derbyshire Dales and lies about 3 miles from Bakewell. There is a pay and display car park at Over Haddon from where a steep road descends into the dale, or various parking areas at Monyash which is situated at the top end of Lathkill Dale. Alternatively, limited roadside parking is available at medieval Conksbury Bridge on the road from Bakewell to Newhaven or at Alport at the bottom end of Lathkill Dale.
Chrome Hill is a limestone reef knoll on the Derbyshire side of the upper Dove valley. It is adjacent to the more distinctive but lower Parkhouse Hill. Chrome Hill was declared open access land under the provisions of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
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Chrome Hill
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Chrome Hill is a limestone reef knoll on the Derbyshire side of the upper Dove valley. It is adjacent to the more distinctive but lower Parkhouse Hill. Chrome Hill was declared open access land under the provisions of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
The Roaches is a prominent rocky ridge above Leek and Tittesworth Reservoir in the Peak District of England. The ridge with its rock formations rises steeply to 505 m. Along with Ramshaw Rocks and Hen Cloud they form a gritstone escarpment, which is popular with hikers, rock climbers and freerunners.e
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The Roaches
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The Roaches is a prominent rocky ridge above Leek and Tittesworth Reservoir in the Peak District of England. The ridge with its rock formations rises steeply to 505 m. Along with Ramshaw Rocks and Hen Cloud they form a gritstone escarpment, which is popular with hikers, rock climbers and freerunners.e
Gorgeous scenery surrounds Curbar Edge and its lovely to walk around the place on a rare sunny day in February! Definitely a must-see in Derbyshire.
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Curbar Edge
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Gorgeous scenery surrounds Curbar Edge and its lovely to walk around the place on a rare sunny day in February! Definitely a must-see in Derbyshire.
Caves and Caverns
If you fancy yourself as a bit of an explorer, you could also visit the adjacent Poole's Cavern, a 2 million year old, natural limestone cave
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Poole's Cavern & Country Park
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If you fancy yourself as a bit of an explorer, you could also visit the adjacent Poole's Cavern, a 2 million year old, natural limestone cave
The Blue John Cavern at Castleton in the Peak District is world famous. It is home to eight of the fourteen known varieties of Blue John stone, a beautiful and ornamental fluor-spar.
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Blue John Cavern
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The Blue John Cavern at Castleton in the Peak District is world famous. It is home to eight of the fourteen known varieties of Blue John stone, a beautiful and ornamental fluor-spar.
Take an amazing boat trip 450m under the Hills of Castleton to the awesome Bottomless Pit.
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Speedwell Cavern Ltd
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Take an amazing boat trip 450m under the Hills of Castleton to the awesome Bottomless Pit.
Otherwise known as the 'Devils Arse' this is a great cave which also doubles as a music venue.
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Peak Cavern
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Otherwise known as the 'Devils Arse' this is a great cave which also doubles as a music venue.
Things to do
A family run theme park in Matlock Bath, this is a great family day out especially designed for families with children aged between the years of 2 and 13
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Gulliver's Kingdom
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A family run theme park in Matlock Bath, this is a great family day out especially designed for families with children aged between the years of 2 and 13
Visit Matlock Bath for a beautiful day out and take the cable car ride to the Heights of Abrahams, this hill top park has plenty to see and do with cavern tours, heritage walks, a fossil factory and a children’s adventure playground.
Heights Of Abraham
Visit Matlock Bath for a beautiful day out and take the cable car ride to the Heights of Abrahams, this hill top park has plenty to see and do with cavern tours, heritage walks, a fossil factory and a children’s adventure playground.
Superb Theme Park and Water World (approximately 45 minutes’ drive away)
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Alton Towers
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Superb Theme Park and Water World (approximately 45 minutes’ drive away)
No visit to the Peak District would be complete without visiting the fabulous Chatsworth House. At Chatsworth there is something to do for every member of the family.
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Chatsworth House
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No visit to the Peak District would be complete without visiting the fabulous Chatsworth House. At Chatsworth there is something to do for every member of the family.
A great day out with lots of options for all the family.
Pavilion Gardens Car Park
A great day out with lots of options for all the family.
The farm​ has a varied selection of animals to see from llamas and meerkats to cattle and sheep.
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Matlock Farm Park
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The farm​ has a varied selection of animals to see from llamas and meerkats to cattle and sheep.
Come face to face with exotic and endangered animals from across three continents on this thrilling day out.
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Peak Wildlife Park
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Come face to face with exotic and endangered animals from across three continents on this thrilling day out.
Fun day out learning about the heritage of a local brewery, for the whole family (parts of tour not suitable for children under 5).
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Thornbridge Brewery
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Fun day out learning about the heritage of a local brewery, for the whole family (parts of tour not suitable for children under 5).