Endmoor Farm Holiday Cottages

4 Star luxury accommodation – ideally located in the Peak District for parties, anniversaries and reunions – Pets welcome

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The Limestone Way

Posted on June 27th, 2016 by Anna-admin

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The Limestone way is a spectacular 46 mile bridle route in Derbyshire. The Limestone way runs through the White Peak of the Peak District National Park and passes through the dramatic dales and pretty villages that are set in the over whelming landscape.

Cycle Trails in Derbyshire

Posted on June 1st, 2016 by Anna-admin

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  Derbyshire and The Peak District have some of the best cycle trails in the country and here at Endmoor Farm we are lucky enough to have them right on our door step. Cycling is a great way for gentle exercise. Not only will it improve your health but also your well-being. Derbyshire has over […]

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Latest deals

Posted on May 23rd, 2016 by Anna-admin

Are you in need of a short break or holiday? Have you ever thought about visiting Derbyshire? Here at Endmoor Farm there is so much fun to be had for you and the kids. Why not take a walk down to the local pub enjoying the sights as you go.

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Well Dressing in Derbyshire

Posted on May 13th, 2016 by Anna-admin

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Well Dressing Blog Spring is here and that can only mean one thing to anyone living in Derbyshire… Well Dressing. The Well Dressing season is well underway and we are amazed at all of the beautiful, creative designs that we have seen so far this season. Well Dressings in Tissington started at the beginning of […]

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When is Bakewell Farmers Market?

Posted on March 21st, 2016 by Sue Jackson

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Bakewell Farmers Markets – Saturdays 9am – 2pm Get there early, as stalls sell out due to popular demand! Visitors and locals alike, are to be found mingling together around the 70 + stalls packed with superb local produce and crafts at Bakewell Farmers Markets. Being one of the larger towns with in the peak […]

Chatsworth House This Easter

Posted on March 16th, 2016 by Anna-admin

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Chatsworth House and Park is one of Derbyshire’s most iconic buildings, with its yellow stone and surrounding gardens it is hard for it not to take your breath away. Sir William Cavendish and his wife first lived in the original house in the mid-16th century.  After his passing many Dukes resided in Chatsworth house, with […]

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Well Dressing in Derbyshire

Posted on March 10th, 2016 by Anna-admin

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  Well Dressing, also once known as well flowering, is a custom practised in rural England, where people from mainly The Peak District of Derbyshire and Staffordshire come together and take part in the decoration of wells. Created from flower petals. The custom is thought to have originated in Tissington, Derbyshire in 1349 and was […]

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Endmoor Farm goes green

Posted on February 12th, 2016 by Eclipse Creative

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Endmoor Farm goes green and has begun supporting renewable energy in earnest. We have installed solar panels to supply our power needs. Now just bring on the sun!    

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Springtime in Bakewell

Posted on April 21st, 2015 by Eclipse Creative

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Springtime in Bakewell Springtime in Bakewell is well and truly here. With lovely scenery and a relaxing atmosphere, enjoy a spring in Bakewell. Located in the Derbyshire Dales, Bakewell is a small market town, which is well known for the local confection Bakewell Pudding.   Enjoy the natural beauty of Bakewell Bakewell offers fantastic views […]

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Springtime in Monyash

Posted on April 21st, 2015 by Eclipse Creative

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Springtime in Monyash at The Smithy Cafe/Bistro The Old Smithy Tearooms is the former village blacksmiths, a 250 year old building full of character. The Cafe is located in the very centre of the Peak District village of Monyash right at the head of the beautiful Lathkill Dale nature reserve. To find out more information […]

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Haddon Hall

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Described by Simon Jenkins in “1000 Best Houses” as “the most romantic house to survive from the middle ages”. Set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park, parts of the house date from the 12th Century, sitting like a jewel in its Elizabethan terraced gardens, and overlooking the River Wye. Film-makers flock […]

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The Heights of Abraham

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Looking for a great day out, in the Peak District, Derbyshire? Then explore our web site to see that the cable car journey is just the start. Your cable car ticket also gives FREE ENTRY to the Caverns, Exhibitions and Hilltop Park. The Heights of Abraham is currently closed for winter maintenance; we look forward […]

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Gulliver’s Kingdom

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Gulliver’s Kingdom is unique in that is specially designed for families with children aged between the years of 2 and 13. The wide range of rides and attractions – from the Western World and pirates play area, to the log flume and Drop Tower – makes Gullivers Kingdom one of the best theme parks for […]

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Crich Tramway Museum

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Life at Crich Tramway Village is rich and varied and is illustrated by the wide range of events and special occasions we hold throughout the year. Our recreations of the 1940s and Edwardian Era all add their own unique atmosphere to Crich Tramway Village, as you are transported back in time. Families won’t want to […]

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Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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We operate passenger services on the line between Wirksworthand Duffield mainly using heritage diesel railcars, with some steam hauled services on the short branch between Wirksworth and Ravenstor. The Ecclesbourne Valley is one of Derbyshire’s most lovely and unspoilt valleys, stretching from the northern outskirts of Derby, at Duffield, to Wirksworth, an ancient market town […]

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Chestnut Centre Chapel en le Frith (Otter and Owl sanctuary)

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Our Conservation and Wildlife Park, located in scenic Peak District National Park of Derbyshire, is set in 50 acres of landscaped grounds and is home, not only to a unique collection of birds and animals, but to many wild birds and mammals. As you walk about the Wildlife Park you’ll see some of Europe’s largest […]

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Alton Towers

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Escape to the fantabulous world of the Alton Towers Resort – there’s so much going on, the fun never stops! Home to Britain’s most-loved theme park and the world’s first CBeebies Land with great kids attractions; white-knuckle roller coaster rides; special events; and much, much more; Alton Towers Resort is the perfect destination for the […]

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Monsal Trail and Monsal Head

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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Commanding superb views over Monsal Dale, a valley in an area of Derbyshire’s Peak District known as the White Peak, the Monsal Head Hotel offers guests real food, with well priced seasonal menus, real ales from local micro breweries, a large outdoor seating area, and 7 en-suite bedrooms. The Hotel and Coaching Inn are in […]

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Tissington Trail

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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A linear route along the trackbed of a former railway, parallel with the Ashbourne-Buxton A515. It begins with a 350m-long tunnel out of Ashbourne then makes its way north past Tissington, Alsop and Hartington to merge with the High Peak Trail near Parsley Hay. Easy gradient and firm surface throughout, with picnic tables and toilets […]

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Chatsworth House

Posted on January 23rd, 2014 by Sue Jackson

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The stunning Chatsworth House with its gardens, farmyard, adventure playground and, of course, the house itself is only a ten mile drive from us. To find out all future featured events at Chatsworth House, please follow this link.

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