The Old Station House, Rowsley

The Old Station House Bed & Breakfast

B & B Accommodation in the Peak District, near Chatsworth House

Tel. 01629 732 987 or email enquiries@oldstationhousebandb.org.uk

The 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:

This historic and picturesque market town on the banks of the river Wye is home of the famous pudding & the largest farmer’s market in the UK (3 miles away)

Home of the famous Blue John stone, there are four caverns to explore around this beautiful village as well as Peveril Castle and the incredible walk on Mam Tor and The Great Ridge (30 min drive)

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

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

The extraordinary plague village (25 min drive)

Peak District B & B
B & B in Derbyshire
B & B for High Peak Walking
B & B near Kinder Scout
Derbyshire Bed & Breakfast
B & B on the Pennine Way
Curbar Edge
The Grinding Stone
High Peak Walking Country
Kinder Scout
Nine Ladies stone circle
The Pennine Way
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Curbar Edge
The Grinding Stone
High Peak Walking Country
Kinder Scout
Nine Ladies stone circle
The Pennine Way
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Described as “the most perfect house to survive from the Middle Ages” Haddon Hall has over 900 years of history and is a truly unique family home. (2 miles away)

Start of the Pennine Way and the highest point in the Peak District with some of the most beautiful and challenging walks in the National Park (30 min drive)

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

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

A cycle and pedestrian trail that runs for 8 ½ miles through the national park.  The trail head is in the hills between Rowsley and Bakewell (2 miles away)  and the trail ends just outside Buxton 

Ladybower‚ Derwent and Howden‚ backdrop to some lovely walks & flat cycling trails.  Bicycles can be hired at the Upper Derwent Visitor Centre.  (30 min drive)