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County - Derbyshire | Map
Tel code: 01433 | code search
Postcode: S32 | code search
Population: 900
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Maynard Arms
"Following recommendations and reviews booked to celebrate my mothers Eighth second birthday. Party of ten,disappointed in the service and quality of food, which came out at different times, my dish ..." More

Maynard Arms
"Following recommendations and reviews booked to celebrate my mothers Eighth second birthday. Party of ten,disappointed in the service and quality of food, which came out at different times, my dish ..." More

Sir William Hotel
"Good Points: The food we ate from the bar was very good. The staff were friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel was very good Bad Points: The room was ..." More

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Grindleford is a limestone village in North Derbyshire. Access is gained by railway, the Totley Tunnel reaching 3 and a half miles in length from Totley in Sheffield beneath Totley Moor to Grindleford. One of the old station buildings is now a very popular café. Visitors and experts alike can marvel at the strange rock formations on display at Rainster Rocks and Hipley Hill, or explore the abundance of fauna existing there. The village church of St James is a Norman church with some Saxon remains still visible today. Grindleford’s oldest resident is a man standing with hand on heart carved into stone high up on the church tower, believed to be a Saxon carving. The centre of Grindleford is dissected by the river Derwent, over which a 3 arched bridge has been carrying traffic since the 1700’s, a popular route in the old coaching days. Relics of this era remain today with the village Post-Office occupying an old toll house. Just North of the village is the Longshaw estate, once owned by the Dukes of Rutland and now the property of the National Trust. It offers scenic walks through lovely moorland and woodland as well as a visitor centre.

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Sir William Hotel (0.12 miles)

Sir William Hotel

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Set high on the side of the Hope Valley, most rooms at the Sir William have panoramic views over the village and across the valley.

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Maynard Arms (0.51 miles)

Maynard Arms

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Boasting a peaceful location in the beautiful Peak District, this enchanting property, dating back over 100 years, has been extensively refurbished to offer modern comforts whilst still maintaining its period features. Named ... More

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Chequers Inn (0.83 miles)

Chequers Inn

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A traditional country inn with full hotel facilities. Directly underneath Froggatt Edge, one of the areas greatest climbing and walking regions.Very close to Chatsworth House, Eyam Hall, Bakewell,Castleton.
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The Plough Inn (1.77 miles)

The Plough Inn

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You will receive a warm welcome from your hosts Bob and Cynthia Emery. Our privately owned 16th century Inn situated in 9 acres of its own land set in idyllic ... More

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Millstone Inn (2.07 miles)

Millstone Inn

From its setting in the wild beauty of the Peak Park, the Millstone affords panoramic views across the unspoiled Hope Valley. Yet the city of Sheffield is nearby, with Lady Bower and Howden reservoirs ... More | visit website

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.13 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Located on the A6187 six miles south of Sheffield, this lodge is best accessed from Junction 33 of the M1. Sharing its picturesque grounds with ... More | visit website
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George Hotel (2.46 miles)

George Hotel

The history of the George dates back to at least the fifteenth century and the oak beams and exposed interior stone walls give it a wonderfully welcoming and relaxed atmosphere further enhanced by open fires ... More | visit website

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Fischer's Baslow Hall (3.17 miles)

Fischer
Baslow Hall stands at the top of a winding chestnut-tree-lined driveway on the edge of the picturesque village of Baslow. Chatsworth Estate is within walking distance and the old market town of Bakewell only four ... More
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Brosterfield Farm (3.23 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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Bulls Head Inn (3.25 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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