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#1 of 4 things to do in Hartington
this is a truly amazing little cheese shop with an excellent selection of local cheeses, try the stilton very creamy and lovely taste they also stock a very creamy cheddar which is definitely worth buying the staf...
A sweet little shop with a wonderful variety of cheeses and enjoyed trying something out of the ordinary when along with some delicious stilton and brie I got some sticky toffee cheddar - yum!! Would highly recomm...

Vintage Adventure Tours

Winster 6.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Winster
Amazing car (the only vintage 'taxi' in the UK); Steven was really friendly and great fun and he knew lots about the area; brilliant places to stop (various houses/buildings/views including stepping stones, sweet...
... Steven was on time and all ready for the plan ... and waiting in the car park .. Steven played the part excellently well and kept up the act throughout the journey and made the ride magical and romantic..

Lumsdale Valley

Matlock, UK 11.4 mi away
#2 of 49 things to do in Matlock
The valley is managed and maintained in a state of "picturesque decay", which means it's a photographer's delight and the remaining ruins of the mill buildings are both beautiful and intriguing.
You need to be a little agile as there are lots of stone steps of various heights and shapes but it is worth the effort and if you get tired you can walk back up via the road.

Goyt Valley

Whaley Bridge, UK 13.4 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Whaley Bridge
Goyt Valley must be one of the most beautiful walks in Buxton - we really enjoyed the walk - the views are spectacular and we felt lucky to be retired so we could enjoy this stunning scenery - everyone we met were...
We were glad of the shade in the woodland and Granddad and kids enjoyed sampling the early crop of blackberries and wild raspberries which were plentiful along the route.

The Church Inn

Chelmorton 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chelmorton
we stayed at a cottage belonging to this fab pub, couldnt fault any of it, the cottage was amazing and had everything you could wish for, the pub had a lovely atmosphere, great bar staff and friendly locals and th...
We stayed at Church inn cottage which is conveniently across a courtyard into the pub.We visited on 3 evenings after enjoying beautiful walks from the cottage door.The pub was dog friendly and the staff very welco...

Heage Windmill

Belper, UK 16.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Belper
We fancied seeing something different and this was definitely that, well worth a visit the lady guide was very knowledgeable and very friendly, the weather was chilly but so sunny, its stunning!!!! Well worth a vi...
The mill workings are fantastic and the guide we had was extremely knowledge and friendly giving us a real insight into the history of the mill.

Edward and Vintage

Tissington 5.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Tissington
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!
Dropped in Saturday while in village drizzly day soon cheered like a kid in a sweet shop i'm 53 my wife and I had a lovely chat with owner lovely fellow gave us some great advice where to take dog in Suffolk ,also...

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Ashford-in-the-Water 7.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ashford-in-the-Water
Incredible displays of succulents sit alongside an orangery, herbaceous borders and the most diverse selection of fruit and vegetables you could imagine, from figs to kiwi fruit!
We particularly liked the Scented Garden but all the other features were appreciated too - temples, lake, water garden, herbaceous borders, Italian garden and lots of statues.

Tegg’s Nose Country Park

Macclesfield, UK 13.7 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
Plenty of history and industrial heritage too, with the display of old quarry machinery up near the summit, and a series of orienteering and natural history trails too.
There is a short walk around the top part of Teggs Nose with a tricky flight of stone steps to start then undulating paths , rough in parts which give superb views of the surrounding areas.

Bakewell Old House Museum

Bakewell 7.4 mi away
#2 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
Set on a hill behind the church (also worth a visit), the house is fascinating in its own right, but it's also packed with fascinating artefacts from all periods.
this is a small museum, but lots of interesting exhibits, the building has a fantastic history, you can see a real Tudor building.
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Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail

Peak District National Park, UK 5.8 mi away
#14 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
Both trails are superbly kept, gravel with occasional tarmac, a few minor road crossings, occasional tea rooms (would have liked a couple more), and with some fantastic views.
Excellent cycle trail, some gentle inclines but still an easy leisure ride suitable for all ages, with some great views and scenery.

Ilam Park

Ilam 6.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Ilam
Wonderful place to visit and explore, peaceful and relaxing, plenty of walks, it's what a holiday is all about, We enjoyed our time in the Park, the scenery and walks were what you would expect from a visit in the...
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.

The Roaches Peak District

Leek, UK 7.8 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Leek
... Reservoir just down the road and we had a look round the well appointed visitor centre and the grounds as there are a number of gentle walks and nature study rambles for schools at the side of the reservoir.
Great variation, woodland , stone structures, great views lovely (Wincle) craft brewery and the ship inn pub just up the road for a lovely lunch - what more could you ask for?

The Silk Museum & Paradise Mill

Macclesfield, UK 15.3 mi away
#2 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
The guided tour was detailed and hands-on and the multi-talented guide was able to demonstrate weaving, pattern-making, and the punch-card process in all their amazing intricacy.
For me the highlight was our guide marvellous Malcolm who explained the silk making process in laymans terms, making the Paradise Mill tour interesting and enjoyable.

Peak District Lead Mining Museum

Matlock Bath, UK 10.3 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Matlock Bath
What wonderful and interactive staff, knowledgeable and so good with the kids The mine and museum are brilliant and the kids loved exploring the 'Mine' it is good to see old fashion play and exploration and the to...
The Museum also has a small cafe and a gift shop in the entrance foyer, the gift shop has many; informative books on the Peak District, Mining related books, Rocks and Minerals and other related gifts available to...

Blaze Farm

Macclesfield, UK 10.5 mi away
#3 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
We come to Blaze Farm regularly and love the beautiful surroundings (rolling hills of the Peak District) - there is a very short nature trail which you can walk around and a slightly longer walk; both take less th...
A great selection of flavours, and highly recommend the ginger, cherry bakewell rum and raisin and Turkish delight.

Linacre Reservoir

Chesterfield, UK 15.3 mi away
#5 of 49 things to do in Chesterfield
This place has a very tranquil, peaceful and relaxing atmosphere ,love it in the countryside and well worth the visit as a family or for Nature lovers plenty of wildlife and photo opportunities
a great place, you can walk around all three reservoirs, this is on our doorstep so we walk thru the woods to get to the reservoirs the walk around all three will take you about 2 hours

Gawsworth Hall

Gawsworth, UK 15.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Gawsworth
Great place to visit for the day, beautiful house and gardens and the family that own the house really are so lovely - very hands on and helpful too.
I was fortunate to be invited one evening by Rupert for a couple of social drinks prior to a restaurant meal...the history just oooozed out of the place and Rupert’s Mother was full of historical formation...with...

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

Wirksworth, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
Excellent guidance with plenty of interest and access to the workshop as well as the heritage rolling stock.
The Eccelsbourne railway is an absolute delight and is well worth a visit and a train ride.

Biddulph Grange Garden

Biddulph, UK 14.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Biddulph
Fabulous variety in trees and shrubs, a mini arboretum, shady glens, stunning dahlia walk, beautiful Lime avenue, neat topiary and all this can be explored at an easy pace- 1 and a half hours of pure joy with the...
We all love this place From caves to tunnels Gardens to bridges The huge fish in the pond/lake Places to climb up to Stepping stones Just lovely Very close to little moreton hall So if you have NT passes you can d...

Churnet Valley Railway

Leek, UK 10.5 mi away
#4 of 17 things to do in Leek
... Froghall, very friendly and knowledgeable staff, enjoyable steam train ride along the valley and up Cauldon Lowe, followed by a lovely walk along the canal afterwards to Consall and a drink at the Black Lion pub.
great day again, with around 100 different all and ciders to choose from, we had a great day with my nephew, brother, mum and dog, who loved riding the diesel and steam train, great scenery running alongside the c...

The Devonshire Dome

Buxton, UK 9.3 mi away
#5 of 26 things to do in Buxton
Free to get in have a coffee and cake or lunch, and step inside the circle on the floor for a amazing surprise and go up to the whispering Gallery.
Well worth a visit this incredible structure now part of the University of Derby is open to the public and has a coffee bar

Solomon's Temple

Buxton, UK 8.4 mi away
#3 of 26 things to do in Buxton
Lovely walk up from Pooles Cavern through the woods to Solomon's Temple, the effort to get there is worth it with the views of Buxton that are brilliant - and ace to climb up the inside of the tower.
From the car park at Poole's Cavern there are a choice of routes to get to the temple, the shortest one of which is a nice and easy 15 minute climb through picturesque woodland with information about the area dott...

Mad-Renaline Activities

Heaton, UK 11.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Heaton
Great fun and staff were excellent with my daughter who was quite nervous to start with but loved it by the end
Myself, friend and teenage son had a fantastic morning and really enjoyed the thrill of Harness Sphereing.


Wirksworth, UK 10.3 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
This is located behind the B& B I usually stay in - it is attached to a lovely walk around Stoney Woods which is an old quarry site with a personal local touch added to it - lovely walks around to explore the area...
We followed the said sign to to top of the road where there is a lovely entrance arch to Stoneywood, and there is the Star Disc, a huge granite circle engraved with the constellations and with stones surrounding it.

Rudyard Lake

Rudyard, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Rudyard
Great little walk around the lake, there’s a miniature railway for the kids (and those who don’t want to grow up), a couple of decent cafes and plenty of hills about if just around the lake isn’t enough for you
We then did the 5 mile circular walk around the West of the lake via the Cliffe Park Hall estate, through Reacliffe wood and then back on the East side of the lake which follows the line of the railway.

Monsal Trail

Bakewell 8.0 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
And did a lovely circular walk taking in part of the trail (including the impressive Headstone Tunnel and Monsal Viaduct).... up to Monsal Head (lovely views, tempting cafe and handy public loos), through Little L...
The Monsal trail is a stunning walk along a disused railway line, would suit walkers of all abilities, if you join at Monsal, there is a steep decent down steps to join the walkway at the viaduct, there is plenty...
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Wincle Beer Company

Wincle 10.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wincle
Stayed in Wincle for three nights, had to stop off here after our long walks!! cider very refreshing, & a great price £3.00 a pint, bought a selection of bottles to bring home with us, a great place to visit.
A delightful spot, had a couple of samples and left happily with boxes of bitter, ales and cider.

Pure Outdoor Ltd.

Bamford 14.6 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Bamford
The two days were well planned and well executed, most of the time was spent outside practising map reading and navigation with each member of the group taking turns to plan and lead sections of the walks, both Ol...
... daunting but it was done in a very relaxed style while ensuring that everyone on the course had covered the basics of understanding maps , using a compass and following a bearing required by the course syllabus.
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#7 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
Large sky's and rolling hills pan out in every direction as you walk around this fabulous historic monument.
Having grown up in Wiltshire where prehistoric monuments abound, it was a delight to find this stone circle in Derbyshire where I now live.