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Andrew And Lynne's Guidebook

Andrew And Lynne
Andrew And Lynne
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Andrew And Lynne

Andrew And Lynne's Guidebook

Sightseeing
World-famous stately home owned by the Duke of Devonshire. You can walk in the extensive parkland, visit the house or just the gardens. The estate villages are worth a visit too. Beeley (including the Devonshire Arms), Edensor ( nice tea rooms) and Pilsley ( Farm shop and cafe).
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Chatsworth House
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World-famous stately home owned by the Duke of Devonshire. You can walk in the extensive parkland, visit the house or just the gardens. The estate villages are worth a visit too. Beeley (including the Devonshire Arms), Edensor ( nice tea rooms) and Pilsley ( Farm shop and cafe).
There are numerous walks by rivers in the White Peak ( limestone area). Bradford Dale at the village of Youlgrave is very picturesque and enables you to end your walk in the village with its pubs and cafe.
Youlgreave
There are numerous walks by rivers in the White Peak ( limestone area). Bradford Dale at the village of Youlgrave is very picturesque and enables you to end your walk in the village with its pubs and cafe.
Much quieter than the adjoining Dovedale, there is a small hikers’ cafe selling teas coffee and snacks, not for consumption on the premises but you can relax and refuel by the river a few yards away. Parking in the village. A nice walk up the hill by the cafe takes you to the pretty village of Alstonefield and the George pub.
Milldale
Much quieter than the adjoining Dovedale, there is a small hikers’ cafe selling teas coffee and snacks, not for consumption on the premises but you can relax and refuel by the river a few yards away. Parking in the village. A nice walk up the hill by the cafe takes you to the pretty village of Alstonefield and the George pub.
Popular village with pubs, cafes and a good base to explore adjoining Wolfescote Dale. Parking can be difficult at certain times like Bank Holidays. Tip- in Summer months if you’ve not woken up to get there early, try after 4pm when visitors start to leave. There’s still plenty of time for an evening stroll and a pint.
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Hartington
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Popular village with pubs, cafes and a good base to explore adjoining Wolfescote Dale. Parking can be difficult at certain times like Bank Holidays. Tip- in Summer months if you’ve not woken up to get there early, try after 4pm when visitors start to leave. There’s still plenty of time for an evening stroll and a pint.
Lovely market town, shops, pubs and eateries. Famous Annual Show.
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Bakewell
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Lovely market town, shops, pubs and eateries. Famous Annual Show.
National Trust parking and visitor centre. Good introduction to the Dark Peak ( gritstone and moorland) part of Derbyshire. Lots of walks including nearby Padley Gorge.
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Longshaw Estate
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National Trust parking and visitor centre. Good introduction to the Dark Peak ( gritstone and moorland) part of Derbyshire. Lots of walks including nearby Padley Gorge.
Pretty Manor House, less grand than Chatsworth but with lots of character. It has appeared in numerous films including Jane Eyre.
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Haddon Hall
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Pretty Manor House, less grand than Chatsworth but with lots of character. It has appeared in numerous films including Jane Eyre.
Spa town with its famous Crescent, in imitation of Bath, (now renovated) and Opera House.
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Buxton
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Spa town with its famous Crescent, in imitation of Bath, (now renovated) and Opera House.
Popular village, can get busy at times. Known for its caverns and Peveril Castle. Nice walks including Lose Hill with spectacular views into the adjoining Edale and Hope Valley.
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Castleton
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Popular village, can get busy at times. Known for its caverns and Peveril Castle. Nice walks including Lose Hill with spectacular views into the adjoining Edale and Hope Valley.
More than a train station! Start of the Pennine Way and access to Kinder Scout, a high moorland plateau. For serious walkers only!
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Edale
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More than a train station! Start of the Pennine Way and access to Kinder Scout, a high moorland plateau. For serious walkers only!
If you want a change from hillwalking, try Cromford Canal. There’s a cafe at the start and in the adjoining Arkwright Mills ( largely restored and the birthplace of the factory system). Only 10 minutes drive from the Barn or you can walk via the HighPeak Trail.
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Cromford Canal
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If you want a change from hillwalking, try Cromford Canal. There’s a cafe at the start and in the adjoining Arkwright Mills ( largely restored and the birthplace of the factory system). Only 10 minutes drive from the Barn or you can walk via the HighPeak Trail.
Directly accessible from our village. Bike hire or just take a gentle stroll.
High Peak Trail
Directly accessible from our village. Bike hire or just take a gentle stroll.
On the High Peak Trail, or you can walk there across the fields from our village. Lovely cafe, great food and views down the Ecclesbourne Valley.
National Stone Centre
On the High Peak Trail, or you can walk there across the fields from our village. Lovely cafe, great food and views down the Ecclesbourne Valley.
Can get crowded at weekends and bank holidays but has lovely riverside walks, gardens, ski lift, Heights of Abraham gardens, cafe and cavern, a number of cafes and restaurants.
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Matlock Bath
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Can get crowded at weekends and bank holidays but has lovely riverside walks, gardens, ski lift, Heights of Abraham gardens, cafe and cavern, a number of cafes and restaurants.
Another site in the Derwent Valley World Heritage collection of mills . Visitor centre, cafe and retail outlets. A visit can be combined with a walk along the adjacent Cromford Canal or the River Derwent.
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The Arkwright Society
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Another site in the Derwent Valley World Heritage collection of mills . Visitor centre, cafe and retail outlets. A visit can be combined with a walk along the adjacent Cromford Canal or the River Derwent.
Award winning high street
Belper is a former mill town and part of the Derwent Valley World Heritage site marking the industrial revolution and birth of the cotton industry and factory system. It has a lively high street with lots of independent shops. There is an arts cinema ( the Ritz) .
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Belper
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