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#1 of 1 things to do in Meerbrook
Tittesworth Water on the outskirts of Leek is a wonderful place to visit.Its an ideal place for young families with safe playgrounds, lovely grassed areas and gentle walks.For dog walkers too it’s ideal with walks...
The site is very well maintained, good quality paths, extensive parking and a superb visitor centre (comprising restaurant and gift shop).
#1 of 17 things to do in Leek
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?
Perfect for those of you seeking splendid scenery, beautiful picnic areas, challenging walks.

The Church Inn

Chelmorton, UK 9.7 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...

Tegg’s Nose Country Park

Macclesfield, UK 8.0 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
This is a great little cafe, it’s an excellent way to round off a walk with the dog by calling in - and dogs are welcome The menu is limited but the options are just right and the food is lovely
A amazing place to visiting with stunning views and wild life different walks around the area and a lovely cafe on the car park

Solomon's Temple

Buxton, UK 7.8 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...

Pavilion Gardens

Buxton, UK 8.8 mi away
#4 of 26 things to do in Buxton
Great facilities in terms of cafe, shop restaurants, toilets, ice cream stall etc. Beautiful, well kept gardens with a stream running through it with lovely woodland and flower beds, a great space for picnics.
This amazing place has a Park, a watercourse, an amazing conservatory with beautiful plants, a really old fashioned tea room and a lovely gift shop, and theatre next door, Buxton was an absolutely lovely place thi...

Mad-Renaline Activities

Heaton 2.3 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
Would recommend the Segway experience, a 1 hr experience including off-road segways and a great obstacle course.

Blaze Farm

Macclesfield, UK 4.2 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...
Depending on when you visit, there are young animals, lovely tea room, always great ice cream choices, too many for the children!

The Silk Museum & Paradise Mill

Macclesfield, UK 8.8 mi away
#2 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
Our tour around the old silk factory was very informative, thanks to our excellent guide, Ben (?).
Two hours in the excellent museum gave us a great insight into this town, its industrial heritage and the silk industry more widely.

Rudyard Lake

Rudyard 2.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Rudyard
It’s Always freshly made to order the breakfast baps and oatcakes and even full plated breakfasts are excellent , huge baps full of filling , cooked perfectly , really good value for money and homemade cakes and s...
The train is a great attraction for the little ones but could be a little pricey for some and the cafe , which is being extended at present but still open serves an excellent cuppa and cake or ice cream etc .

Thor's Cave

Wetton 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wetton
:) We parked the car outside Wetton Mill Farm car park (free, and a bit safer than along the road) and did a bit of a circular loop to get to the cave.
lovely walk... great photographs from here........ you must visit

Gawsworth Hall

Gawsworth, UK 8.1 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...

Buxton Opera House

Buxton, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Buxton
We visited the Buxton Opera House last Saturday to see a Brass Band Concert, whilst the show itself was amazing the Opera House is a little GEM -what a wonderful building the inside is stunning the residents of Bu...
Great theatre in the old style... lavish, good lights, lovely stained glass plus a fabulous show!! Helpful staff and a decent bar make this a great venue-well worth a visit.

Peak Wildlife Park

Winkhill 7.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Winkhill
Absolutely great value for money If you live local buy a season ticket so you can pop up anytime Great for kids Huge play area , free bouncy castle Cafe expensive but usual for the place it is so take a packed lun...
Fantastic facilities for families including baby change, family room and also a great indoor play area which after visiting all the animals our daughter thoroughly enjoyed!
#2 of 26 things to do in Buxton
Great place to visit, we had a very knowledgeable guide,the caves are amazing and are lit really well and with the guides torch you can see a lot, a real gem and well worth a visit
... still seemed to be on the cool side in the cave the stalactites look quite amazing in the lights well worth a look then we went for a wander around the world fuel sculptures excellent afternoon well worth a visit
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#5 of 17 things to do in Leek
Lovely place to visit great walks especially with dog lovely cuppa as well in station cafe well worth a visit
Very good value for money Nice comfortable ride Lovely views Platform 2 great for refreshments Covered if raining

The Devonshire Dome

Buxton, UK 9.0 mi away
#5 of 26 things to do in Buxton
There's a cafe with possibly the least friendly staff we'd met in Buxton (maybe it was an off day for them?) but plenty of history to be spotted - including Vera Brittain's time working there and Robert Rippon Duk...
Well worth a visit this incredible structure now part of the University of Derby is open to the public and has a coffee bar
#7 of 17 things to do in Leek
A beautiful reserve with great birds (Redstart and Pied Flycatcher to name but two) , lovely walks through the woods and Murray, the RSPB reserve manager, was really friendly making the visit really memorable.
Easy paced walking, mostly well maintained pathways, we combined parts of the Family nature trail, the Woodland and Woodcock trails.

Trials Day

Leek 1.6 mi away
#6 of 17 things to do in Leek
What a fantastic day and great team, Stuart, Ian and the team gave us all a great day to remember, I would highly recommend this day for anyone new to trials or who hadn’t ridden a trials bike before or in a long...
Stu is the owner / main instructor, he is very enthusiastic and welcomed everyone with a smile, it was a pleasure to watch him ride a bike, he is a top bloke and very good instructor.

Rode Hall and Gardens

Rode Heath, UK 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Rode Heath
Lovely location, plenty of parking, lots to see as you walk around, beautiful gardens and the bluebells were stunning, plenty of paths which are sign posted, lovely walled kitchen garden too, beautiful lake.
We have visited Rode Hall many times including the Snowdrop & Blue Bell walks, the Farmers Market (1st Saturday of the month) & most recently a House Tour which was most interesting & informative We followed our H...

Wincle Beer Company

Wincle, UK 3.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wincle
A great brewery with ancillary shop and super “First Friday” of the month evenings where guest food is served and friends can reacquaint over a really good pint.
After venturing into the shop for the said coffee we were captivated by the selection of ales and after a free sample I happily spent money on a pint glass and four bottles of ale.

Jacksons Nurseries

Bagnall 7.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Bagnall
The food in the cafe is amazing and the cakes are delicious, we always enjoy a walk through the farm shop and they have some lovely things in, Jayne works hard to keep everything looking clean and tidy, she is alw...
Visited on Monday we had a lovely walk through the garden centre some stunning plants and shrubs staff were friendly and very helpful as always , we were also very impressed with there new farm shop so really nice...

Biddulph Grange Garden

Biddulph 6.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Biddulph
Beautiful garden to explore on a sunny day if you’re around the area, good for family or couples, lots of little gardens to discover, ponds, interesting flower types, just stunning garden all around, highly recomm...
... fantastic even though just after their best the volunteers were amazing and very helpful , the tea room and house were a feast of decoration , coffee was brill and the homemade Victoria sponge some of the best...

Lud's Church

Leek 2.9 mi away
#9 of 17 things to do in Leek
Felt like stepping into the lord of rings it is very pretty and magical place well worth a visit to for explorers or photographers.
You need to be agile and nimble and be able to get a good footing as you traverse the steps and floor of the base of the cave.

Biddulph Country Park

Biddulph 6.1 mi away
#3 of 3 things to do in Biddulph
Arriving a a very good parking facility, with or without dogs it's a lovely afternoon walk, along the footpaths through the trees and around a lovely lake and the return to you car for a relaxed journey home.
Nice easy walk dog friendly couple of miles small lake with carp a wood a cave stream everything in small doses.. and a nice Cafe to finish.. had a breakfast there many a time very tasty friendly staff.

Foxlowe Arts Centre

Leek 2.7 mi away
#8 of 17 things to do in Leek
The Foxlowe is a real asset for the people of Leek, well worth a visit if you fancy a drink and some tasty food.Upstairs is an art gallery and there is always something going on whether it be live music, comedy or...
Cafe and arts centre, nice short menu, friendly staff, eclectic seating area.

The Old Cheese Shop

Hartington, UK 8.7 mi away
#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...
... and different cheeses to choose from,this is a must to visit and it's always busy ,Hartington itself is well worth a visit very beautiful.I recommend the Mature Cheddar its gorgeous but plenty to choose from.

Deep Hayes Country Park

Cheddleton 5.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Cheddleton
We had a stroll up some paths that were solid under foot it was Autumnal stroll with the leaves on the ground we really enjoyed it and will visit again but next time we will wear stouter footwear because we could...
#11 of 17 things to do in Leek
We enjoyed our visit here- we hesitated about going on- but would encourage visitors to do so.
#1 of 3 things to do in Bradnop
we took our granddaughter to beaver hall today for a pony experience well what can I say it was well worth a visit nicky the young lady who showed my granddaughter all about the ponies was fantastic polite patient...
... our kids and it was brilliant the young lad who did it all was really good with the kids and any questions they had they all the loved being in with the meerkats then holding the rabbits and guinea pigs after.