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#1 of 3 things to do in Tissington
Fantastic fudge, sweets of every kind you can imagine, indulgent ice cream and most excitingly there's even a treat counter for dogs watched over by an adorable, vintage wire-haired fox terrier push along toy.
Such a charming little sweet shop, really feel like you've stepped back in time..the gentlemen that served us was lovely and helpful, we bought some delicious fudge and sweets and even treats for our little dog!
#2 of 3 things to do in Tissington
Sir Richard was generous with his time, proud to share his family's long history at Tissington and genuinely ensuring that you are made to feel welcome and comfortable staying in his family home.
Having just arrived in England, for a 3 week holiday, we headed out to Tissington, what a beautiful village and Hall!! Had the most wonderful visit to Tissington Hall, wonderful lunch at the local cafe/bakery and...

Alton Towers Theme Park

Alton, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Alton
... hotel was amazing and the water park was excellent.. staff helpful and polite.. the rollercoaster restaurant was brilliant and the steak was amazing.. thank you all we all had a fab weekend and we will be back xx
Fantastic day out in ceebeebies land, had an amazing ride on In The Night Garden Boat, met iggle piggle & upsy daisy too good that u can take own pics wen they meet characters, nice walk round lake meeting ducks &...
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Vintage Adventure Tours

Winster 6.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Winster
The tour and views you see are breathtaking and I would recommend this to anyone .. Steven is a gent and is very knowledgable for the peaks and the history .. Kind regards Andy & Emma
I booked this for my Wife's Birthday Present and we Had a fantastic day out with Stephen, In a fantastic vintage car , Stephen certainly goes the extra mile in making sure you have a great time.Although it was a c...


Ashbourne, UK 1.6 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Ashbourne
we had a gorgeous days walking here in June, starting from Ilam and heading along the beautiful valley to Millers dale. the perfect clean waters of the river dove sparkled in the sunshine, the lovely rock formatio...
Go for a lovely walk by the river belowThorpeCloud which is a lovely hill to climb too walk across the stepping stones and see the beauty of the Peak district ideal for a family picnic when the weather permits

Ilam Park

Ilam 2.9 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Ilam
Beautiful drive, beautiful location and free parking for NT members, it was an absolute joy to stroll around IIam Park, the walking trails especially along the river and a visit to the church of the Holy Cross.
Most beautiful scenery, ideal for a leisurely stroll, banks full of wild garlic, fields of sheep and lambs, rabbits etc, nature at its best and at the end a lovelt tea room with homemade cakes etc.

Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail

Peak District National Park, UK 0.1 mi away
#14 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
Beautiful well kept walk, views were stunning, encountered other walkers and cyclists along the way to Tissington Hamlet, and lovely Tea Rooms at Tissington Hall.
If you want a long ride, park in Ashborne, go by roads (B5035) to Middleton Top then go north up the High Peak Trail to Parsley Hay and the Down the Tissington Trail to Ashborne ending up going through Ashbourne t...

Carsington Water

Ashbourne, UK 4.1 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Ashbourne
The nature area was fab, the volunteers there do an amazing job and are so passionate about educating those interested in wildlife etc.. "thankyou" our son loved viewing the wildlife through binoculars....! Would...
A walk from along Carsington water in the brisk Autumn weather was a great visit, sunny shinning, wind blowing a lovely place to have a walk with friends and soak up some great English countryside, well worth a vi...

Thor's Cave

Wetton, UK 5.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wetton
If in the area it is well worth the effort with fantastic photo opportunities as well.
lovely walk... great photographs from here........ you must visit

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

Wirksworth, UK 7.1 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
The best part of the day though was saved for the afternoon, a drive of the class 31 loco The day was expertly led by the two volunteers, sorry the names escape me but I think the driver was Graham and guide was R...
Afterwards Eric made sure we were settled in first class buffet car and gave us more info regarding the railway and local area, Margaret his wife had prepared a lovely afternoon tea, we were able to stay as requir...

Dovedale Stepping Stones

Thorpe, UK 1.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Thorpe
There is a calm beauty all around; the River Dove flows through the Dale surrounded on both sides by tree-clad hills and its beauty is enhanced by the birdsong and scenes of families enjoying themselves on the far...
We visited the Dovedale Stepping Stones after Ilam Park on a Saturday afternoon parking costs £3 but it is worth it, the path along the side of the river Dovedale offers beautiful views of the hills along the vall...

Ilam Park Tea Room

Ilam 2.9 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Ilam
8 of us, the staff where friendly, and we had the scones with jam and clotted cream, these scones where incredible absolutely gorgeous, and reasonably priced, loved it, well worth a visit
The sun was shining so delighted to be able to sit in the gardens with that amazing view after quite a hike.Was greeted in the tea room by a young lady with a lovely smile and was amazed at the considerable choice...

Manifold Way

Hulme End, UK 5.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Hulme End
The route is also used more now by professional cyclists who are linking other cycling routes in the Peak District, as the Manifold Way it is part of the National Cycling Network (Route 549).
We usually take a packed lunch to eat at Waterhouses (and fully appreciate that there are public toilets here too), before returning to Hulme End and the very lovely TEA JUNCTION cafe for delicious homemade cake a...

Thorpe Cloud

Thorpe, UK 1.6 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Thorpe
We stopped here regularly what a lovely place in Dovedale climb up Thorpe Cloud and feel on top of the world walk across the famous stepping stones a lovely place to walk picnic or just unwind we love it.
A lovely walk to the classic flat-topped peak, with great views from the summit.

Casterne Hall

Ilam 3.2 mi away
#4 of 6 things to do in Ilam
A warm welcome and Caroline and Francesca cooked a fabulous dinner for us which we had in the old hall with fire blazing, candles, masses of fresh spring flowers and family silver gleaming - a truly memorable meal.
The accommodation is all you could wish for and more; a large, comfortable living area with a wood-burning stove, a dining area and an excellently appointed kitchen; a separate bedroom with a king-size bed - again...

Maison Du Biere

Ashbourne, UK 3.6 mi away
#13 of 13 things to do in Ashbourne
This was by far the best place in Ashbourne, the owners are so friendly, have the best selection of drinks and have the coolest dog/ family friendly seating area!
Great place to visit