Bed and Breakfast in the Peak District

The Old Station House ... Bed & Breakfast in the Peak District

4 Chatsworth Road, Rowsley, Derbyshire, DE4 2EJ .... phone Maureen or Vicky on 01629 732 987 or mail enquiries@oldstationhousebandb.org.uk

Peak District National Park


Established in 1951, the Peak District is Britain's oldest National Park with some of the most breathtaking landscapes and iconic sights in the country.  Here are some suggestions for places to explore during your visit, all within easy reach of The Old Station House:

Bakewell

Home of the famous pudding & one of the largest farmer’s markets in the UK (3 miles away)

bakewellonline.co.uk

Castleton & the Four Caverns

Home of the famous Blue John stone (30 min drive)

visitcastleton.co.uk

Chatsworth House

The nation’s favourite stately home (3 miles away)

chatsworth.org

Dovedale

Spectacular 3 mile limestone gorge carved out of the landscape by the River Dove (30 min drive) 

visitpeakdistrict.com/Ashbourne-Dovedale/details/?dms=3&venue=6075290

Eyam

The extraordinary plague village (25 min drive)

eyam-museum.org.uk

Haddon Hall

The best preserved medieval family house in the country (2 miles away)

haddonhall.co.uk

Kinder Scout

Start of the Pennine Way and highest point in the Peak District (30 min drive) 

telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/england/articles/great-autumn-walkskinderscout

Matlock Bath & The Heights of Abraham

A Victorian seaside resort without the seaside!  (15 min drive)

visitmatlockbath.co.uk

The Edges

Stretching from Baslow to Stanage these ridges are a favourite with rock climbers and hikers alike (15 min drive) 

peakdistrict.gov.uk/visiting/stanage-and-north-lees

The Monsal Trail

A cycle and pedestrian trail that runs for 8 ½ miles through the national park (2 miles away) 

peakdistrict.gov.uk/visiting/trails/monsaltrail

The Reservoirs

Ladybower‚ Derwent and Howden‚ backdrop to some lovely walks & flat cycling trails  (30 min drive) 

peakdistrict.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/90491/upper-derwent-valley-guide2009.pdf