Activities within 5 Miles

Due to the Covid Restrictions please check the properties website for opening times and ticket arrangements before you visit as currently they are frequently being altered.

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Chatsworth

Chatsworth, home to the Dukes of Devonshire for over 350 years, is one of the most outstanding tourist attractions in England. The house contains one of the finest art collections in the country. The park was laid out by Capability Brown and the farmyard is very popular with children. Public Footpaths criss-cross the surrounding parkland and moors which give outstanding views of the Peak National Park.

Website: http://www.chatsworth.org/

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Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall is the finest example of a medieval manor house currently in existence in England. It has been in the ownership of the Dukes of Rutland since the reign of Elizabeth I and overlooks the River Wye. As it has hardly been altered since the end of the 16th Century, it is a perfect filming location and it has recently been the setting for Jane Eyre. It is currently closed for structural work and is due to re-open in June.

Website: http://www.haddonhall.co.uk

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Hassop Station

Hassop Station adjoins the Monsal Trail at Hassop, a one mile walk from the cottages. Occupying a large site, the Old Railway Station Building now incorporates a Cycle Hire, Cafe, Bookshop and Gift Shop.

Website: http://www.hassopstation.co.uk

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Monsal Head and Monsal Trail

The Monsal Trail, the route of the former Midland Railway, can be joined at the end of our drive. The old tunnels have been re-opened to enable walkers and cyclists to travel all the way to Buxton. Monsal Head is a famous viewing spot overlooking the Monsal Dale and the viaduct.

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Ashford-in-the-Water is regarded as one of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire. The medieval bridge is said to be the most photographed bridge in England. The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book under the name of Aisseford, meaning ‘ford of the ash’ . There is a village shop, a pubs, a hotel offering fine dining, tea room and pretty church.

Bakewell

This old market town, famous for its puddings, is just bakewell180.jpg2 ½ miles from Churchdale. It has a traditional Monday cattle and sheep market and many other stalls for people to browse. It is also home to the Old House Museum which is close to the 11th century Church.

Website: http://www.bakewellderbyshire.com              

 

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Caudwells Mill

A grade 2* listed roller flour mill powered by water from the River Wye. The site also has a café and gift shops.

Website: http://www.caudwellsmill.co.uk

 

 

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Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Enjoy 12 acres of garden in 'a thousand shades of green' Just a short walk along the Monsal Trail, open every day

Website: http://www.thornbridgehall.co.uk