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Public Transport                                                                         Ashbourne TIC
Frequent links from the neighbouring towns and

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cities into the Derbyshire Dales and good local                     e have teams of dedicated and
bus services mean that you can leave the car
                                                                    knowledgeable staff working in
at home. The best source of advice is the Peak
District Bus Timetable published in March and                the Tourist Information Centres, who
October every year by Derbyshire County Council              can help you plan your holiday, book
and available from Tourist Information Centres.              accommodation and offer information
Tel: 0871 200 2233                                           about walking, activities, attractions,
www.derbyshire.gov.uk                                        events and travel. A range of souvenirs and
                                                             locally made products are also on sale.
This guide is published by Derbyshire Dales District
Council, Town Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire. DE4 3NN.            Ashbourne
Tel: 01629 761252                                            13 Market Place, DE6 1EU. Tel: 01335 343666
Email: tourism@derbyshiredales.gov.uk.                       ashbourneinfo@derbyshiredales.gov.uk
Whilst every effort has been taken compiling this
publication and the statements it contains, the Council      Bakewell
cannot accept responsibility for the products or services    Old Market Hall, Bridge Street, DE45 1DS.
advertised.                                                  Tel: 01629 813227
Photography by Karen Frankel, Andy Tryor, Dave Porter,       bakewell@peakdistrict.gov.uk
Frank Fell and Geoff Morgan.
Edited by Gill Chapman, Tourism Officer, February 2010
                                                             Matlock
                                                             Crown Square, DE4 3AT. Tel: 01629 583388
Cover photographs: Front cover main picture: Baslow
                                                             matlockinfo@derbyshiredales.gov.uk
Edge. Inset pictures from left to right: Sudbury Hall, Tea
Shop at Bakewell and cycling on Monsal Trail.                Matlock Bath
                                                             Peak District Mining Museum, The Pavilion,
                                                             Matlock Bath DE4 3NR. Tel: 01629 583834
                                                             mail@peakmines.co.uk
                                                             Or Contact:
                                                             Derbyshire Dales Tourism Department, Town
                                                             Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN
                                                             Email: tourism@derbyshiredales.gov.uk




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                                    Welcome to the...

 Key to attractions
                                       Derbyshire Dales
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1.  Chatsworth                       icturesque villages and bustling market
2.
3.
    Haddon Hall
    Sudbury Hall
                                     towns, historic houses and gardens, stunning
                                  scenery and superb walks ...the Derbyshire Dales
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4.  Eyam Hall                     has all of this - a perfect choice for a day out, a     Welcome to the Derbyshire Dales          01
5.  Tissington Hall               weekend break or a longer holiday.
6.  Bakewell Old House                                                                    Delightful Market Towns & Villages       02
    Museum
                                  Part of the Peak District, the landscape ranges
                                                                                          Places to Visit -
7. Sir Richard Arkwright’s
                                  from gentle limestone dales to dramatic rocky
                                  outcrops and heather moorlands. Walkers enjoy           Houses and Gardens                       04
    Cromford Mill
8. Caudwell’s Mill                an unrivalled choice of waymarked footpaths,            History and heritage                     05
9. Eyam Museum
                                  from gentle riverside                                   Family fun                               06
                                  strolls to challenging
10. Sir Richard Arkwright’s                                                               The Great Outdoors                       08
    Masson Mill                   long-distance routes.
11. Peak District Mining Museum                                                           What’s On                                10
                                  If you enjoy shopping
12. The Heights of Abraham        you’ll love the market                                  Where to Eat                             11
13. Carsington Water              towns and villages
14. Gullivers Kingdom             - each unique in style
15. Matlock Bath Aquarium         and character. Browse
                                                                                        crafts of historic Wirksworth. Or stop a while
16. National Stone Centre         around the Georgian
                                                                                        in the Victorian spa town of Matlock and then
17. Peak Rail                     streets, cobbled yards Derbyshire Dales
                                                                                        follow the valley along to Matlock Bath.
18. Peak Village                  and antique shops of
    Shopping Centre               Ashbourne, lean over                                  Tired of shopping? …then simply meander
19. Red House Stables and         the ancient stone                                     around one of the many unspoilt villages and
    Carriage Museum               bridge spanning the                                   sample the delights of a traditional tearoom.
20. Snowdrops at Hopton Hall      River Wye in Bakewell and delight in the arts and     Why not when you’re on holiday?
21. Wirksworth Heritage Centre
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         Delightful
Market Towns & Villages...
Ashbourne                                                                               created in the 19th
                                                                                        century as a culinary
Looking down St John Street and Church Street in                                                                Bakewell                                            Wirksworth
                                                                                        mistake at the
Ashbourne it would appear that little has changed
                                                                                        Rutland Arms Hotel
since the 18th century. The town offers a delightful
                                                                                        in the centre of the
                                                                                                                                       A little further down the
                                                                                                                                       river lies Matlock Bath,
                                                                                                                                                                   Wirksworth
shopping experience, combining a medieval street
                                                                                        town! Speciality                               set in a limestone gorge    Once the centre of Derbyshire’s lead mining
pattern and fine Georgian architecture, with many
quality shops. A stroll down the main street takes                                      shops abound – fine                            with attractive riverside   industry, Wirksworth is an intriguing town to
                         you past historic almshouses                                   foods, antiques and                            gardens, wooded             explore with its narrow alleys and lanes, historic
                              and antique shops to                                      furnishings, outdoor                           hillsides and an exciting   buildings and shops. The Church of St Mary
                                 the lovely parish                                      clothing and                                   cable car ride which        is one place to seek out, standing in a lovely
                                  church of St                                          equipment –                                    crosses high above the      cathedral-like setting at the heart of the town.
                                   Oswald, with its                                     all in a traditional                           valley. Just to the south                                 The fascinating
                                   212 foot spire.                                      unspoilt setting.                              of the village is the                                     history of the area
                                                                                        The Tourist                                    village of Cromford, now                                  is explained at the
                                                        Bakewell
                                                                                        Information Centre                             part of the prestigious                                   Wirksworth Heritage
                                                                                        is housed in the                               Derwent Valley Mills                                      Centre reached via
                                                      historic market hall, from where you can enjoy a               Matlock Bath      World Heritage Site.                                      an alleyway off the
                                                      riverside walk, crossing the ancient five arched bridge                                                                                    market place. Visit in
                                                      into the water meadows on the other side.                                            Cromford                                              September to enjoy
                                                                                                                                                                                                 the town’s two-week
                                                       Matlock and Matlock Bath                                                                                                                  Arts Festival - a lively
                                                                                    Riber Castle towers                                                                                          showcase for the
                                                         Matlock                                                                                                                                 many artists who live
                                                                                    above the town of                                                                St Mary’s, Wirksworth
                                                                                    Matlock, where the                                                                                           and work there.
                                                                                    river Derwent winds
                                                                                    its way through
                                                                                    the town, bordered                     Unspoilt Villages...
                                                                                    by Hall Leys Park.
                                                                                    Surrounded                  Many people visit the Derbyshire Dales to wander around one of the
                                       Ashbourne                                    by beautiful                many picturesque villages. Stone cottages with colourful gardens,
                                                                                    countryside,                fine manor houses, ancient bridges and interesting churches
Call in at the Tourist Information Centre on the                                    Matlock is a                nestle in the midst of unspoilt countryside – perfect places to relax
cobbled market place to pick up a souvenir or                                                                   and unwind. Some of the prettiest ones were built by wealthy
                                                                                    good base for
map, or get a leaflet to follow the Heritage Trail                                                              estates and have remained in the same ownership for generations
                                                                                    a break, with
around the town.                                                                                                – Tissington, Osmaston, Edensor and Sudbury to name just a few.
                                                                                    excellent facilities
                                                                                                                Others owe their growth to the lead mining industry during the
Bakewell                                                                            for shopping and
                                                                                    leisure, direct trains      17th and 18th centuries. Whatever their origin, village communities
Nestling under the wooded hills in the valley of       to Derby and bus links to the surrounding                thrive and often organise events throughout the summer. So don’t
the Wye, Bakewell is a lovely market town with                                                                  miss the well dressings, carnivals, shows, open gardens events and
                                                       villages.                                                                                                                                         Osmaston
some fine old buildings. It is however perhaps                                                                  much more which all offer a warm welcome to visitors.
best known for the Bakewell Pudding -
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            Places to visit...
        Houses and Gardens
         Where else in England has such a        2   Haddon                                         Tissington Hall
          wealth of fine country houses -
                                                     Hall
          with gems such as Haddon Hall          An unspoilt
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                                                                                                                                             Eyam History and Heritage
          and Chatsworth so close to each        medieval                                                                                    Hall Heritage in all its forms
         other? And in addition to the           and Tudor                                                                              A lovely     abounds in the Derbyshire
         big stately homes, many villages        manor house                                                                            stone manor  Dales. From small cottages
         boast one or even two lovely            overlooking the                                                                        house in     built for 18th century lead
         manor houses, often surrounded          river Wye near                                                                         the famous   miners, to packhorse bridges,
         by delightful walled gardens.           Bakewell, with                                      Eyam Hall                          plague village
                                                                                                                                                     historic railways and fine
                                                 a magnificent                                                                          of Eyam,
                                                                                                   with a Jacobean staircase and family portraits.   country churches.
                                                 long gallery,
                           1   Chatsworth        beautiful
                                                                    Haddon Hall                    Courtyard shops and café. (Limited opening        The prestigious Derwent Valley
                           One of the great      tapestries and                                    times.) Tel: 01433 631976 • www.eyamhall.com      Mills World Heritage Site
                           treasure houses       renowned terraced gardens. Restaurant and gift                                                      (www.derwentvalleymills.org)
                           of England,           shop in the old stable block.
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                                                                                                       Tissington Hall                               starts at Cromford, where Sir
                           Chatsworth’s                                                            A fine Jacobean manor house in a picture-postcard Richard Arkwright built two
                                                 Tel: 01629 812855 • www.haddonhall.co.uk
                           magnificent rooms                                                       village, just north of Ashbourne. Home to the
                           are filled with                                                                                                           mills and a village to house his
                                                                                                   Fitzherbert family for over 500 years. (Limited
                           treasures collected                                                     opening times). The Old Coach House tearoom is    workers, heralding the start
                           over five centuries                                                     nearby. Well dressings take place in early May.   of the Industrial Revolution
                           by the Dukes of                                                                                                           in Derbyshire. And if your interests go
                                                                                                   Tel: 01335 352200 • www.tissington-hall.com
                           Devonshire. There
                           are 105 acres of
                                                                                                                                                     even further back – visit the stone circles
                           landscaped gardens                                                                     Open Gardens                       of Arbor Low (near Monyash) and Nine
                           to explore, with                                                                                                          Ladies (on Stanton Moor) – just a part of
 Chatsworth
                           restaurant, gift                                                                                                          the area’s vast archeological heritage.
shops and adventure playground.
                                                                                                         Village open garden events are your
Tel: 01246 582204 • www.chatsworth.org                                                                    opportunity to walk round private           6 Bakewell Old House
                                                                                                       gardens and chat to the proud owners.
                                                                                                         Often you can follow a garden trail
                                                                                                                                                        Museum
                                                                                                                                                     The oldest house in Bakewell, dating from the
     Chatsworth at Christmas                                                                         around the village lanes, exploring a wide      16th century, houses the town’s fascinating social
                                                                                                      variety of gardens, and perhaps stopping       and local history collection. Tel: 01629 813642
   The annual opening of Chatsworth for           Sudbury Hall
                                                                                                              for a cream tea on the way!
  Christmas is one of the highlights of the      3
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                                                                                                                                                             Sir Richard Arkwright’s
  year. The house, splendid at any time of           Sudbury Hall                                                                                            Cromford Mill
   the year, is magical during November          A beautiful 17th century house and gardens,                                                             Part of the prestigious Derwent Valley Mills World
  and December when it is decorated, the         owned by the National Trust. Built of red brick                                                         Heritage Site, Cromford Mill was created by Sir
                                                 with fine carvings, plasterwork and paintings.                                                          Richard Arkwright as the world’s first successful
    gardens floodlit and a wide range of
                                                 Also houses the Museum of Childhood.                                                                    water powered cotton spinning mill.
            festive gifts on sale.               Tel: 01283 585305 • www.nationaltrust.org.uk                                                            Tel: 01629 823256 • www.arkwrightsociety.co.uk

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              Places to visit...
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                                   Caudwell’s Family Fun
                                   Mill       Cable cars, caves, theme parks, steam                            Carsington Water Visitor Centre                        Great Masson Cavern, Heights of Abraham
                               A unique, grade II       trains, traffic-free cycle routes... there is
                               listed historic roller                               something for all         15   Matlock Bath Aquarium                             20   Snowdrops at Hopton Hall
                               flour mill. Powered                                  the family in the         Children will enjoy this aquarium with its different   5 acres of woodland as well as formal and
                               by water from the                                                              species of fish and marine life, a petrifying well,    informal gardens are open to the public in
                                                                                    Derbyshire Dales.
  Caudwell’s Mill              river Wye, a mill has                                                          hologram gallery and photography collection.           February when the snowdrops are in flower.
                               stood on this site                                   The only problem
                                                                                                              Tel: 01629 582350.
for at least 400 years. Tel: 01629 734374.                                          is, how to fit it                                                                21   Wirksworth Heritage Centre
                                                                                    all in?                   16   National Stone Centre
9   Eyam Museum                                                                                               A dramatic site crammed with ancient tropical
                                                                                                                                                                     Wirksworth is a fascinating town and the Heritage
                                                                                                                                                                     Centre tells the story from prehistoric times to the
A museum telling the story of how the villagers                                      12   The                 reefs, rocks and minerals, centuries of industrial     present. There is a new gallery and cafe adjacent.
of Eyam isolated themselves to stop the spread
of the Bubonic Plague which broke out in the
                                                                                          Heights             history and abundant wildlife. Exhibitions,

village in 1665. Tel: 01433 631371.                                                       of                  activities and trails. Tel: 01629 824833 •
                                                                                                              www.nationalstonecentre.org.uk
                                10   Sir Richard                                          Abraham
 Masson Mills
                                     Arkwright’s
                                                                                   Ride high above
                                                                                   the Derwent Valley
                                                                                                                                               17   Peak Rail
                                                                                                                                              Enjoy a ride on
                                     Masson                                        in a cable car or                                          a working steam
                                     Mills                                         go down into the
                                                                                   famous show caves
                                                                                                                                              train which runs
                                 Textile museum                                                                                               between Matlock
                                 with authentic                                    at this hilltop park at                                    and Rowsley
                                 working machinery                                 Matlock Bath, with                                         with on board
                                 in a former cotton                                exhibitions, café,                                         restaurant
                                 mill on the banks   Heights of Abraham            shops and                                                  and shop.
of the River Derwent. Shopping village and                                         play area.                                                 Tel: 01629 580381
                                                                                                               Peak Rail
restaurant. Part of the the UNESCO Derwent Valley   Tel: 01629 582365 • www.heightsofabraham.com
Mills World Heritage Site. Tel: 01629 581001 •      13 Carsington Water                                       18   Peak Village Shopping Centre
                          www.massonmills.co.uk     Visit Britain’s newest reservoir, with its numerous       Peak Village is home to over 20 retailers offering
                      11   Peak District                trails amidst spectacular scenery. Watersports        extensive discounts on high street brand names
                                                        centre and other outdoor activities are available.
                           Mining Museum                Visitor Centre, exhibition, restaurants and shops.
                                                                                                              as well as a mix of independent retailers of
                                                                                                              fashion, sportswear, jewellery and accessories,
                           and Temple Mine              Tel: 01629 540696 • www.stwater.co.uk                 luggage, homewares and gifts.
                        Experience the forgotten
                     world of a Derbyshire
                                                        14   Gulliver’s
                     leadminer at Temple Mine           Family theme park aimed at younger children           19   Red House Stables and
                     and see the equipment              with lots of rides including roller coaster’s and a        Carriage Museum
  Mining Museum they used at the interesting            log flume all set in the cliffs above Matlock Bath.
                                                                                                              A working carriage museum which also offers
                     museum housed in the               Tel: 01629 580540 • www.gulliversfun.co.uk
                                                                                                              sightseeing tours through the local countryside.
Pavilion at Matlock Bath. Tel: 01629 583834 •
                                                                                                              Tel: 01629 733583.
www.peakmines.co.uk

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  The Great Outdoors
T  he wonderful landscape of the
   Derbyshire Dales is a paradise for
walkers, cyclists and lovers of other                                                   The                Carsington Water                                      Climbers on Stanage Edge

outdoor activities. Gritstone edges offer                                               Derwent
a challenge to climbers, who come to the                                                Valley            Horse Riding                                          Cycling
area from all over the country. Or if you                                                                 Bridleways and country lanes cross the Derbyshire     Cycling and mountain biking are very popular
prefer to relax with a spot of fishing, you’ll
                                                                                        Heritage          Dales, offering superb riding with spectacular        due to the miles of cycle routes along quiet
find plenty of excellent locations to enjoy                                             Way               views. For riders with their own horse, a new         country lanes and former railway lines.
                                                                                                          long distance National Trail, the Pennine             Converted former railway lines - the Tissington
                               yourself.                                                A waymarked
                                                                                                          Bridleway (www.nationaltrail.co.uk) starts on         Trail and High Peak Trail and short sections of
                               There’s                                                  55-mile linear
                                                                                                          the Tissington Trail near Hartington, where there     the Monsal Trail - offer safe traffic-free cycling
                               also a wide                                              walk along the
                                                                                                          are good facilities for horse riders including        along relatively level tracks. Cycle hire centres
                               choice of arts                                           Derwent valley
                                                                                                          horsebox/trailer parking.                             operate at Mappleton (near Ashbourne), Parsley
                               and crafts,                                              from Ladybower
                                                                                                          The Sabrina Way, another long distance bridleway,     Hay (near Hartington), Middleton Top (near
                               wildlife and                                             in the north
                                                                                                          passes near Hartington. A leaflet is available from   Wirksworth), Carsington Water and at the
                               nature, and                                              to Shardlow
                                                                                                          the British Horse Society. www.bhs.org.uk             southern end of the Manifold Trail.
                               other special                                            in the south,
                               interest                                                 passing through
                                                                                                                                                                The Pennine Cycleway, a new addition to
                                                                                                                    The Pennine Bridleway:
                               activities on                                            Chatsworth and
                                                                                                                                                                the national cycle network, passes through
                                                                                                                    Derbyshire to the South Pennines.
                               offer.                                                   the Derwent
                                                                                                                    (ISBN 185410957X) A National Trail          the area on its way from Derby to Berwick in
                                                                                        Valley Mills
A Walkers Paradise                                                                      World Heritage
                                                                                                                     Guide published by Aurum Press.            Northumberland. www.sustrans.co.uk
The area offers an infinite variety of walks for you                                    Site.                        The Pennine Bridleway
to enjoy – from gentle strolls along riverside paths                                                                 Accommodation Guide.                        Maps
to high level walking across gritstone edges and                                                                     Free booklet available from Tourist         OS Explorer 24 The White Peak
moorland. Tourist Information Centres have many                                                                       Information Centres.                       OS Explorer 1   The Dark Peak;
walks leaflets and books, as well as maps for the area.   The Derwent Valley Heritage Way                                                                        OS Explorer 259 Derby, Ashbourne & Uttoxeter
                                                          (ISBN 0711729581) published by Jarrold.
The Limestone Way                                         Available from local TICs.
                                                                                                                                          Peak Cycle Hire
An 80km linear waymarked route through the
heart of the ‘White Peak’, from Castleton in the
north to Rocester in the south. Along the way             Swimming Pools & Leisure Centres
it passes though a limestone landscape with               There are swimming pools and leisure centres
magnificent views.                                        in all the main towns. For opening times and
                                                          details contact:
 Walking the Limestone Way by R&E
 Haydock and B&D Allen (ISBN 0907758924)                  Bakewell                  Tel: 01629 814205
 published by Scarthin Books, Cromford.                   Matlock                   Tel: 01629 582843
 The Limestone Way. Brochure published                    Ashbourne                 Tel: 01335 343712
 by Derbyshire Dales District Council with full           Wirksworth                Tel: 01629 824717
 colour route map and description. Available for          Hathersage
 80p from TICs.                                           (outdoor, summer only) Tel: 01433 650853


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     Whats                                                                                                                          Where to Eat...
      On...
A    year round programme of festivals,
     events, shows and carnivals means
there’s always something happening in the
                                                            Well Dressing detail                                    T  he Derbyshire Dales abounds in good
                                                                                                                       places to eat and drink, from village
                                                                                                                                                                 The Dining Room }
                                                                                                                                                                 33 St John Street, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1GP
                                                                                                                                                                 Tel: 01335 300666
                                                                                                                    teashops to renowned restaurants and a
Derbyshire Dales. Here’s just a few events                                                                          wealth of traditional village pubs. Here are ,         Q 16
which take place every year…                               Well Dressings (May-Sept)                                a few of the places to whet your appetite...
                                                           Well dressings are a custom almost unique to                                                          Lamplight Restaurant }
                                                           Derbyshire and happen in villages from May to
Markets                                                    September. Springs and wells are decorated with                          Key
                                                                                                                                                                      4 Victoria Square, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1GG
                                                                                                                                                                      Tel: 01335 342279
Bakewell’s Monday market is the biggest market             beautiful pictures made of flowers, berries and
in the area and in addition there are monthly              leaves, with many villages having several dressed         .    Open daytime or lunchtime
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farmers markets (last Saturday of the month) selling       wells. A list of well dressing dates is available from                                                     Spencers the Baker ⁄
                                    mouth-watering         Tourist Information Centres.                              ,    Open evenings
                                                                                                                                                                      35-39 Market Place, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6
                                    locally produced                                                                      Booking advisable                           2EH
                                    foods. Other                                                                                                                      Tel: 01335 342284
                                                                                                                          Licensed to sell alcohol
                                    markets include
                                                                                                                     Æ    Groups welcome
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                                    Ashbourne
                                    (Thursday and                                                                         Highchair available
                                                                                                                                                                      Ashford-in-the-Water
                                    Saturday) and                                                                                                                     Ashford Arms ∞
  Bakewell’s Farmers Market
                                    Wirksworth                                                                        È   Baby changing facilities
                                                                                                                                                                      1 Church Street, Ashford in the Water,
                                    (Tuesday).                                                                        Q   Wheelchair user accessible                  Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE45 1QB
Matlock Bath Illuminations                                  Tideswell                                                                                                 Tel: 01629 812725
                                                                                                                          Seating Capacity
(Sept – Oct) are a popular feature of the local                                                                                                                      .,       Æ     Q     80
scene during September and October, when the               Festivals, Shows and Carnivals                            }    Restaurant
                                                           During the summer there are carnivals, fairs and                                                           The Bulls Head ∞
riverside is decorated and the cliffs floodlit to create                                                             ∞    Pub/Bar                                     Church Street, Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbyshire,
a magical scene of colour. At weekends there are           shows most weekends, including Ashbourne Arts
                                                           Festival (July), Ashbourne Highland Gathering             ⁄    Teashop/Café                                DE45 1QB
parades of decorated boats, entertainments and,                                                                                                                       Tel: 01629 812931
                                                           (July), Ashbourne Show (August), Bakewell Carnival
on certain dates, firework displays.
                                                           (July), Bakewell Arts Festival (August), Wirksworth
                                                                                                                    Ashbourne                                         ., Æ Q            50
 Matlock Bath Illuminations                                Festival (September), Bakewell Show (August) and
                                                                                                                                                                      Bakewell
                                                           Chatsworth Country Fair (September).                     Patrick and Brooksbank Deli ⁄
                                                                                                                    22 Market Place, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1ES    Piedaniels }
                                                           Local Traditions                                         Tel: 01335 342631                                 Bath Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1BY
                                                           Visit Ashbourne at Shrovetide and you may catch
                                                           the town’s Shrovetide Football match, a game like
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                                                           no other… the goals are three miles apart and the        The Bridge }                                      .,
                                                           game lasts two days!                                     Dig Street, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1GF        Tiroler Stuberl ⁄
                                                                                                                    Tel: 01335 342844                                 Water Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1EW
                                                             See www.visitpeakdistrict.com                          .,       Æ      ÈQ     120                        Tel: 01629 813899

                                                             for accommodation and events in                                                                          . Q         40

                                                                        the area
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                                                  Baslow                                          Bonsall                                             Chelmorton
                                                  Charles Café and Bistro ⁄                       Kings Head      }∞                                  The Church Inn     ∞
                                                  Church Street, Baslow, Derbyshire, DE45 1RY     62 Yeomans Street, Bonsall, Derbyshire, DE4 2AA     Chelmorton, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9SL
                                                  Tel: 01246 582619                               Tel: 01629 822703                                   Tel: 01298 853319
                                                  . , wed-sun/Open evenings fri-sat
                                                  Open daytime
                                                               Æ        36                        .,       Æ  Q    40                                 .,       Æ 50
                                                  Il Lupo Ristorante Italiano }                   Bradwell                                            Clifton
                                                  Eaton Mill, Baslow, Derbyshire DE45 1SB         The Samuel Fox Country Inn ∞
                                                  Tel: 01246 583164                                                                                   The Garden Room Café ⁄
                                                                                                  Stretfield Road, Bradwell, Hope Valley,
                                                  .,            Æ       65                        Derbyshire, S33 9JT                                 Fairways Garden Centre, Clifton, Ashbourne,
                                                                                                                                                      Derbyshire DE6 2GN
 Rutland Arms Bakewell        }                                                                   Tel: 01433 621562
 The Square, Bakewell, DE45 1BT                   Fischer’s at Baslow Hall        }                                                                   Tel: 01335 347900
 Tel: 01629 812309                                Calver Road, Baslow, Derbyshire, DE45 1RR       .,            ÆQ       45
                                                                                                                                                      .   Æ    ÈQ      120
 Email: Denise@rutlandarms.co.uk                  Tel: 01246 583259                               Travellers Rest } ∞
 www.rutlandarmsbakewell.co.uk                    .,                38                            Brough Lane Head, Brough, Bradwell, Hope            Cromford
 Morning coffee, afternoon tea, lunch, dinner                                                     Valley, Derbyshire S33 9HG
                                                                                                                                                      The Market Place Restaurant        }
 and bar meals. Log fires and a relaxed           Rowley’s Restaurant } ∞                         Tel: 01433 620363
 atmosphere 7 days a week.                        Church Lane, Baslow, Derbyshire, DE45 1RY                                                           16/18 The Market Place, Cromford, Matlock,

 .,          Æ     ÈQ       80+                   Tel: 01246 583880                               ., Æ È Q                90                          Derbyshire, DE4 3QE
                                                                                                                                                      Tel: 01629 822444
                                                  .,               ÈQ     64                      Bretton                                             .,           Æ     Q     60

Ricci’s Fine Italian Foods ⁄                      The Robin Hood Inn ∞
10 Water Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1EW Chesterfield Road, Baslow, Bakewell, Derbyshire
                                                                                                                                                      Darley Dale
Tel: 01629 810035                               DE45 1PQ                                                                                              The Red House Country Hotel }
                                                Tel: 01246 583186
.,         18                                                                                                                                         Old Road, Darley Dale, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4
                                                  .,          Æ       Q  100
                                                                                                                                                      2ER
The Red Lion ∞                                                                                                                                        Tel: 01629 734854
The Square, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1BT        Cavendish Hotel }
Tel: 01629 812054                                 Church Lane, Baslow, Derbyshire, DE45 1SP                                                           ,         Q     24
.,      Æ     Q     70+                           Tel: 01246 582311
                                                                                                                                                      Edensor
                                                  .,           Æ       Q   50
The Original Farmers Market Shop ⁄                                                                                                                    Edensor Tearooms ⁄
3 Market Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1HG                                                    Barrel Inn   ∞
Tel: 01629 815814
                                                  Beeley                                           Bretton, Nr Eyam, Hope Valley S32 5QD
                                                                                                                                                      Edensor, Bakewell, DE45 1PH
                                                                                                                                                      Tel: 01246 582283
., Q                                              The Old Smithy ⁄                                 Tel: 01433 630856
                                                                                                                                                      .         Æ    Q     60
                                                  1 Chapel Hill, Beeley, Derbyshire, DE4 2NR       Email: barrelinn@btinternet.com
The Peacock ∞                                     Tel: 01629 734666                                www.thebarrelinn.co.uk
Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DS
                                                  .         Æ       ÈQ       50                    The highest pub in Derbyshire with spectacular     Fenny Bentley
Tel: 01629 813635                                                                                  views. Locally supplied, quality food, real ales   Coach and Horses       ∞
.,       Æ    Q     70                            The Devonshire Arms Beeley          }∞           and an open fire to welcome you.                   Fenny Bentley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1LB
                                                  Devonshire Square, Beeley, Near Matlock,
Treeline ⁄                                        Derbyshire, DE4 2NR                              ., Q           60                                  Tel: 01335 350 246
Diamond Court, Water Street, Bakewell,            Tel: 01629 733259                                                                                   .,       Æ 70
Derbyshire, DE45 1EW
                                                  .,           Æ      Q    70                     Carsington
                                                                                                                                                      Bentley Brook Inn ∞
Tel: 01629 813749
                                                                                                  Mainsail Restaurant         }⁄                      Fenny Bentley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1LF
.       Q     45
                                                   See www.visitpeakdistrict.com                  New Leaf Catering, Carsington Visitor Centre,       Tel: 01335 350278

                                                   for accommodation and events in
                                                                                                  Near Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1ST
                                                                                                  Tel: 01629 540363
                                                                                                                                                      .,      Æ 100
                                                              the area                            .     Æ     ÈQ     120


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Flagg                                              Hassop                                            Lowside                                           Matlock
Edge Close Farm Tearooms ⁄
Flagg, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9QT
Tel: 01298 85144
.         Æ     Q     40

Great Hucklow
The Queen Anne Inn ∞
Great Hucklow, Nr Tideswell, Buxton, SK17 8RF
Tel: 01298 871246
.,           Æ      Q   50
                                                    The Eyre Arms      }∞                            Derwentwater Arms } ∞                              Thailand No.1     }
                                                    Hassop, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1NS           Lowside, Calver, Hope Valley S32 3XQ
Great Longstone                                     Tel: 01629 640390
                                                                                                                                                        43 Dale Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3LT
                                                                                                     Tel: 01433 639211                                  Tel: 01629 584444
The Crispin } ∞                                     Email: nick@eyrearms.com                         www.derwentwaterarms.co.uk                         Email: rodpunyar9@btinternet.com
Main Street, Great Longstone, Derbyshire, DE45      www.eyrearms.com                                 Set in the old stone village of Calver with        www.thailandnumber1.co.uk
1TZ                                                 Unspoilt 17th Century coaching Inn retaining     great views of Curbar and Froggat Edge.            A taste of the Authentic Thai cuisine and take
Tel: 01629 640237                                   real character and offering a warm, friendly     Local sourced fresh food.                          away. Exotic, healthy, delicious dining Thai
.,       Æ       50                                 atmosphere. Beamed rooms and log fires.                                                             Style.

Grindleford                                         .,            ÆQ       50                        .,            Æ     40                             .,           Æ Q          60

Sir William Hotel }                                Hathersage
Grindleford, Derbyshire                                                                                                                                Peli Deli ⁄
Tel: 01433 630303                                  The George Hotel      }                           Mappleton                                         1 Jubilee Buildings, Crown Square, Matlock,
                                                   Main Road, Hathersage, Derbyshire S32 1BB
.,       Æ       50
                                                   Tel: 01433 650436
                                                                                                                                                       Derbyshire DE4 3AT
                                                                                                                                                       Tel: 01629 760662
Country Choice ⁄                                   .,              Q    50                                                                            .    Æ   Q        22
Main Road, Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire,
S32 2JN                                            Hope Valley                                                                                         The Rendezvous Bar Café         ∞⁄
Tel: 01433 639333                                                                                                                                      16 Dale Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3LT
                                                   The Chequers Inn } ∞
.,         8
                                                   Froggatt Edge, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S32 3ZJ
                                                                                                                                                       Tel: 01629 584400

                                                   Tel: 01433 631072                                                                                   .,       Æ    Q     50
Hartington
                                                   .,           Æ       100                                                                            Regent House Tearooms ⁄
The Jug and Glass Inn ∞                                                                                                                                35 Dale Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3LT
Ashbourne Road, Hartington, Buxton, Derbyshire,    Kniveton                                                                                            Tel: 01629 583660
SK17 0BA
Tel: 01298 84848                                   The Ketch ∞
                                                                                                     Callow Hall Hotel and Restaurant }                . ÈQ
                                                                                                     Mappleton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 2AA
                                                   Kniveton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1JF
.,      Æ     Q   52
                                                   Tel: 01335 301194
                                                                                                     Tel: 01335 300900                                 Tawneys Coffee Shop ⁄
                                                                                                     Email: info@callowhall.co.uk                      Tawney House, 26 Matlock Green, Matlock, DE4
Beresford Tearoom ⁄                                .,           Æ Q          68                      www.callowhall.co.uk                              3BT
Hartington, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0AL                                                             Surrounded by private gardens, overlooking        Tel: 01629 760991
Tel: 01298 84418
                                                                                                     the Bentley Brook and vale of the River Dove,     .   Æ    ÈQ      25
.   Æ 25                                                                                             Callow Hall Hotel is a haven of peace and
                                                                                                     tranquillity.
                                                     See www.visitpeakdistrict.com                   .,            Æ          70
                                                     for accommodation and events in
                                                                the area

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Matlock Bath                                          Millers Dale                                  Newhaven                                               Tissington
                                                                                                    Carriages Restaurant and Pub            }∞ ⁄           Bluebell Inn   ∞
                                                                                                    Newhaven, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 0DU                  Buxton Road, Tissington, Derbyshire, DE6 1NH
                                                                                                    Tel: 01298 84528                                       Tel: 01335 350317
                                                                                                    .,      Æ      Q  60                                   .,           Æ      Q     48
                                                                                                    Parwich
                                                                                                    The Sycamore Inn } ∞
                                                                                                    Parwich, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1QL
                                                                                                    Tel: 01335 390212
                                                                                                    .,           Æ 40
                                                       Anglers Rest
                                                                                                    Pilsley
 Hodgkinsons Hotel Restaurant            }                            ∞
 150 South Parade, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire            Millers Dale, Buxton, SK17 8SN               Chatsworth Farm Shop }
 DE4 3NR                                               Tel: 01298 871323                            Pilsley, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1UF
 Tel: 01629 582170                                     Email: info@theanglersrest.co.uk             Tel: 01246 583392
 Email: enquiries@hodgkinsons-hotel.co.uk              www.theanglersrest.co.uk                     .      Æ   ÈQ         80                                Old Coach House ⁄
 www.hodgkinsons-hotel.co.uk                           Cosy, family run 1753 pub with fine cask     Sheldon                                                 Tissington, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1RA
 Hodgkinsons - centrally situated in Matlock           ales, good home made food and a coal fire                                                            Tel: 01335 350501
 Bath village, features an imaginative seasonal        offering a warm welcome.                     Cock and Pullet      ∞
                                                                                                    Main Street, Sheldon, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1QS    Email: tisshall@dircon.co.uk
 menu serving only the best of local produce.          .,        Æ        40+
                                                                                                    Tel: 01629 814292                                       www.tissingtonhall.co.uk
 ,                20                                                                                                                                        CLA Award-winning converted Coach House
                                                                                                    .,       Æ  Q      40
                                                                                                                                                            offering delicious morning coffee, light
                                                      Monyash                                       Stanton-in-the-Peak                                     lunches and afternoon teas using freshly made
The Riva   }
124 North Parade, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, DE4 3NS                                                                                                         and sourced local produce.
Tel: 01629 581662                                                                                                                                           .,         Æ     ÈQ      60
.,            Æ        60

The New Bath Hotel ∞                                                                                                                                       Wirksworth
New Bath Road, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire DE4 3PX
Tel: 01629 583454
.,           Æ 140
La Caverna Ristorante Pizzeria }
The George Centre, 30 North Parade, Matlock
Bath, Derbyshire, DE4 3NS                              The Old Smithy Tearooms and                   The Flying Childers ∞
Tel: 01629 55635                                       Restaurant ⁄                                  Main Road, Stanton in the Peak
.,       Æ  Q      48                                  The Green, Monyash, Nr Bakewell, Derbys       Tel: 01629 636333
                                                       DE45 1JH                                      Email: manred76@yahoo.co.uk
                                                       Tel: 01629 810190/814510                      Proper village pub in wonderful surroundings.
Monsal Head                                            Email: smithy@monyash.com                     Real ales, open fires & beer garden. Simple,
Hobb’s Café and Craft Centre ⁄                         www.monyash.info/café                                                                                Le Mistral   }
                                                                                                     wholesome lunchtime food. Dogs & walkers
Monsal Head, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1NL            Long established walkers, cyclist, tourist                                                           23 Market Place, Wirksworth, Derbyshire DE4 4ET
                                                                                                     very welcome.
Tel: 01629 640346                                      café. Serving home made dishes using local                                                           Tel: 01629 824840
                                                       produce. Located in the centre of Monyash.    ., Æ                                                   Email: wirksworth@lemistral.co.uk
.         Æ       ÈQ    200+
                                                                                                                                                            www.www.lemistral.co.uk
                                                       ., Æ Q            40                         Tideswell
Monsal Head Hotel          }∞                                                                                                                               French style bistro restaurant offering excellent
Monsal Head, Near Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1NL                                                     Vanilla Kitchen ⁄                                       wines, bottled beers and simple home cooked
Tel: 01629 640250                                                                                   Queen Street, Tideswell, Buxton, Derbys, SK17 8PF       food. A relaxed, sociable environment.
                                                                                                    Tel: 01298 871519
.,            Æ        È                                                                                                                                    .,             Æ        65
                                                                                                    .,       Æ      ÈQ       50
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