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Population: 320
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Coopers Camp & Caravan Park
"Nice clean site, owner was friendly and helpful. Great location right on the start of the pennine way. 15 century pub just across the road was a bit pricy but ..." More

Green Acres Camping and Caravan Site
"I went camping with my boyfriend and a group of friends after booking a place at the campsite. Upon arrival my boyfriend went to see the owner only to be ..." More

Rambler Country House Hotel
"just a few words to say a big thank you to all the staff at the ramblers country house hotel for a fantastic couple of days break we had a ..." More

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About 15 miles West of Sheffield in North Derbyshire lies the valley of Edale. The valley consists of a few scattered farmsteads or booths as they are known locally, deriving from “Boothies”, Shelters used by shepherds tending their flocks on nearby hillsides. The village of Edale itself makes up part of Grindsbrook Booth, set in a beautiful spot below Kinder Scout at the start of the Pennine Way, the longest footpath in England. The houses are built from traditional Derbyshire gritstone and the schoolhouse built in 1819 is still in use today. With many tracks and trails for walkers and ramblers to enjoy, there are several local campsites for those who prefer being close to nature in the outdoors to staying in one of the two Edale pubs offering accommodation. Dedicated to the Holy and Undivided Trinity, Edale village church is a relatively recent addition, built as late as 1885. If you are feeling energetic while visiting Edale, take a walk up Kinder Scout via either Grindsbrook or Jacob’s Ladder, an ascent reaching 2088 feet at its pinnacle, the highest point in Derbyshire. And for those coming to Edale in search of local history, there’s always the Edale Visitor Centre.


Coopers Camp & Caravan Park
Green Acres Camping and Caravan Site
Nether Booth Farm Camp Site
Waterside Farm Camp Site


Jacob's Cottage
Kinder Court
Pennine Cottage


The Rambler Inn

Pub and Bar

Old Nags Head Inn


Coopers Cafe
Penny Pot Cafe


Ladybooth Equestrian Centre(Riding)

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The Rambler Inn (0.16 miles)

The Rambler Inn
Edale is the name given to both the valley between Mam Tor, Lose Hill and Kinder, and to its main settlement. As well as the main village there are several small farming hamlets strung out ... More | visit website
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Denewood (2.14 miles)


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A first class welcome awaits you at our family home. This recently renovated property offers 2 en-suite rooms with TV, tea and coffee, hairdryer etc. Breakfast is offered at ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.28 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
*ALL ROOMS INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST* Situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park, this lodge is adjacent to the Castle Vintage Inn on Castle Street. Nicknamed the “gem of the peaks”, ... More | visit website
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Causeway House (2.28 miles)

Causeway House

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Come and Stay in our delightful 15th Century Cruck CottageCauseway House is a gem. Comfortable accommodation with all the conveniences of the 21st century in a 15th century cruck cottage ... More

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Swiss House (2.33 miles)

Swiss House

Swiss House, Castleton, Derbyshire, offers bed & breakfast accommodation in the heart of the Peak District National Park. We, Mary and Martha Holmes, run Swiss House personally and It is our aim to provide you with ... More | visit website

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Four Seasons (2.33 miles)

Four Seasons

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Four Seasons is a fresh take on Bed and Breakfast. All rooms have been refurbished to the highest standards. Owners, Al and Jenny pride themselves on providing a warm and ... More

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Losehill House Hotel (2.43 miles)

Losehill House Hotel

We are proud to reveal the best-kept secret in the Peak District. Along a leafy lane and almost by chance you’ll happen across somewhere rather special…Its name is Losehill House.

The Hotel & Spa occupies a ... More | visit website

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Twitchill Farm Cottages (3.08 miles)

Twitchill Farm Cottages
These stone built cottages are located around an 18th century farmhouse on Win Hill, with a panoramic view over the Hope Valley and across to Castleton and its famous caverns and historic castle. There ... More | visit website
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The Samuel Fox Country Inn (3.27 miles)

The Samuel Fox Country Inn

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The Samuel Fox Country Inn is situated in the pretty village of Bradwell. The building underwent a full refurbishment in July 2008 making it modern and stylish while still retaining ... More

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Yorkshire Bridge Inn (4.83 miles)

Yorkshire Bridge Inn
'Freehouse of the Year' Publican Awards 2000 and 2001 and 2004, we were judged in the top six countrywide.

Yorkshire Bridge Inn is privately owned and has so much to offer for visitors to the Peak ... More | visit website

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