Noted by The Guardian web site as one Britain’s best bike rides (View here) The Tissington Trail has recently undergone maintenance and upgrades to the paths ways making it even easier for all levels of walkers and cyclists. The nearby Tissington Trail follows the route of the last of the railways to be built in […]
If you travel the A515 between Buxton and Ashbourne. As you approach the junction for Parsley Hay and Youlgrave, you might just spot a new building along the route. A new round-house has been built alongside the High Peak Trail at Parsley Hay, near Hartington. The Roundhouse has been built by Croatian traditional craftsmen using […]
What a Great year 2012 has been. We have had record numbers of visitors this year. We’d just like to thank all our fantastic guests who visited us here in Monyash in 2012. Guests often ask us for our recommendations on places to visit in the Monyash, area. So we have compiled a list of 10 places […]
It may be getting cold outside, but it’s still a great time to visit the Peak District. In our little corner of the Derbyshire Peak District we can assure you a very warm welcome over the Christmas period and into the new year. Here at Endmoor Farm Holiday Cottages we have a great reputation for providing our guests […]
Lyme Hall was once the house of the Legh Family and then later the Lords Newton. Originally a remote hunting lodge, it was replaced by a house in Tudor times. Built in the style of an Italianate palace by the Venetian architect Leoni. Lyme Hall stands in a fine park with commanding views of the […]
A Trip to Chatsworth House No trip to the Derbyshire Peak District could possibly be complete without a trip to the magnificent Chatsworth House. Built in the 1540s by Bess of Hardwick, Chatsworth is the hereditary seat of the Dukes of Devonshire. The house is situated on the east bank of the River Derwent, in between Derwent and Wye valleys. Chatsworth has […]
Carsington Water is a large Reservoir just between Wirksworth and Ashbourne. The reservoir has been a very popular visitor attraction since being opened by the Queen in 1992. The lively visitor centre provides a wide range of facilities. These include shops selling souvenirs, craft items, books etc. There is also a cafe and a restaurant. […]
Matlock Cable Car System The Heights of Abraham opened in 1780 and has always been one of Peak District’s most popular destinations. Originally the Heights of Abraham was reached on foot and required visitors to scale the steep slopes of Masson Hill.