Bed & Farmhouse Breakfast
Tissington Village is located at the southern end of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park, the area offers spectacular scenery and wonderful opportunites for walking and cycling.
The hall was built in 1609 by Frances FitzHerbert and is occupied today by Sir Richard FitzHerbert and his family. Sir Richard inherited the hall and Tissington estate in 1989. The hall is open to members of the public on certain days.
The trail is a disused railway line which was purchased by the Peak District National Park in 1971. The trail runs from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay. The trail provides excellent facilities for walking, cycling and horse riding.
The beautiful parkland at Ilam Hall is owned by the National Trust (Ilam Hall is occupied by YHA and not normally open to the public) the parkland provides excellent walks and a one and half mile walk will take you to the spectacular stepping stones in Dovedale.
Situated on the banks of the river wye, this old market town is set in the centre of the Peak District. Bakewell is famous for it's 'Bakewell Pudding' which can still be purchased in the town today. Bakewell has some interesting shops and stills hold weekly stall and cattle market on Mondays.
Chatsworth is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. For many people a visit to the area would not be complete without visiting the spectacular house, gardens and parkland of Chatsworth House.
Within a short drive (5 minutes or a longer walk) there are some nice places to eat. We suggest:
The Blue Bell Inn, Tissington is within walking distance of Overfield Farm