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Many local villages have their traditional, and unique well dressings, carnivals and Horticultural shows in mid to late summer. In addition, the following are just a selection of nearby great places to visit in the Peak District:


  • Beautiful gritstone edges of Froggatt, Curbar, Baslow, Stanage and Millstone.

  • Derwent, Howden and Ladybower reservoirs around Bamford.

  • Blue John, Treak Cliff and Peak Caverns at Castleton.

  • Peveril Castle at Castleton.

  • Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall & Chatsworth House.

  • Eyam, the historic Plague village 

  • Hathersage, church home of the remains of 'Little John'.

  • Bakewell, home of Bakewell pudding and tart.

  • Crich National Tramway Museum.

  • Peak Railway at Rowsley.

  • Tideswell's Cathedral of the Peak.


Useful Services

Pubs and eating places within a few miles offering good food and a break:


  • The Grouse Inn, on the route of walks above Froggatt Edge.

  • The Barrel Inn, highest pub in Derbyshire with views of five counties.

  • The Miners Arms, Eyam village.

  • The Sir William Hotel, Grindleford, looking straight towards the Edges.

  • The Plough Inn, alongside the River Derwent, Hathersage.

  • The Bulls Head at Foolow, such a beautiful village and duck pond.

  • The Bridge Inn, Calver, rest alongside the river.

  • 'World famous' Station Cafe, Grindleford railway station,



Local Shopping:

  • Spars at Calver and Hathersage.

  • Co-op at Bakewell.



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