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Three Stags Heads
"What a fascinating and engaging place! Like stepping back in time. Very friendly landlord and lady. Ultra dog friendly, potent ales, A real "local" pub but friendly to visitors. Highly reccommended. ..." More

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English settlements are at their loveliest when they look like nobody has tried to plan them, and that is certainly the case with the High Peak town of Tideswell, its rooflines like a boxer’s teeth as Georgian, Victorian and even Tudor buildings nestle close, the whole pulled together by the ubiquity of local stone, and with a medieval grid-pattern discernible in its centre. High Peak is right – the settlement is about 1000 feet above sea level in the limestone hills of North Derbyshire, at the approximate centre of a triangle whose points are Manchester, Sheffield and Derby, 25, 17 and 32 miles distant respectively. The architectural highlight of the place is St John’s Church, built in the early 14th century, whose grandeur has earned it the name Cathedral of the Peak. It is as lovely inside as out, famed for its wooden carvings and ancient tombs. Well appointed still for shops including a deli selling local oatcakes, and for characterful hostelries, though sadly the market which was chartered back in 1251 is no longer held, Tideswell is a welcoming and thriving local centre as pretty in winter as summer; the very best time to visit, however, may well be in the later part of June, when it holds its traditional well- dressing.

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Bulls Head Inn (2.57 miles)

Bulls Head Inn

Located just off the A623, north of Stoney Middleton, The Bulls Head Inn with our three delightful en-suite bedrooms has been said by guests to be one of the prettiest pubs in the Peak District. ... More | visit website

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Brosterfield Farm (2.63 miles)

Brosterfield Farm
A luxury self contained one bedroom suite ideal for short or long stays or used in addition to our luxury self catering holiday cottage accommodation.

The first floor accommodation for 2 people comprises of :- Separate entrance ... More | visit website
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Monsal Head Hotel (3.31 miles)

Monsal Head Hotel

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The Monsal Head Hotel is situated overlooking the beautiful Monsal Dale in the centre of the Peak District National Park. It is three miles from the market town of Bakewll, ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (4.40 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
*ALL ROOMS INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST* Situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park, this lodge is adjacent to the Castle Vintage Inn on Castle Street. Nicknamed the “gem of the peaks”, ... More | visit website
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Causeway House (4.46 miles)

Causeway House

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Come and Stay in our delightful 15th Century Cruck CottageCauseway House is a gem. Comfortable accommodation with all the conveniences of the 21st century in a 15th century cruck cottage ... More

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Denewood (4.47 miles)


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A first class welcome awaits you at our family home. This recently renovated property offers 2 en-suite rooms with TV, tea and coffee, hairdryer etc. Breakfast is offered at ... More

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Top Cottage (4.50 miles)

Top Cottage

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Set on a quiet side lane just 300 yards from the pretty village centre, two local pubs, shop, gourmet restaurant and riverside, this peaceful and charming cottage ... More

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Swiss House (4.52 miles)

Swiss House

Swiss House, Castleton, Derbyshire, offers bed & breakfast accommodation in the heart of the Peak District National Park. We, Mary and Martha Holmes, run Swiss House personally and It is our aim to provide you with ... More | visit website

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Four Seasons (4.52 miles)

Four Seasons

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Four Seasons is a fresh take on Bed and Breakfast. All rooms have been refurbished to the highest standards. Owners, Al and Jenny pride themselves on providing a warm and ... More

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Riverside House (4.54 miles)

Riverside House
Ashford-in-the-Water lies in a limestone ravine of the River Wye in the Peak District National Park. Mentioned in the Domesday Book it is a picture-postcard village of quaint stone-built cottages. Near the village centre stands ... More | visit website

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