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Congreave Farm Bed & Breakfast

Congreave, Nr Bakewell, Derbyshire

 English Tourist Board - 4 Diamonds & Gold Award

Attractions in the area abound. Bakewell, home of the delicious pudding. Chatsworth House and Park (3miles); Edensor village, with the grounds of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, the location of the recently filmed Jane Eyre.

You can visit the working flourmill on the river Wye at Cauldwell's Mill, and visit the newly opened Peak Village, a shopping complex, which also houses the children's attraction Wind in the Willows, both in Rowsley.
Nearby is Bakewell, the largest town in the Peak District, is primarily known for its Bakewell Pudding, a flaky, almond -flavoured confection invented here at the Rutland Arms Hotel in 1804 when a cook inadvertantly spoiled a recipe for strawberry tart.

Chatsworth House


Chatsworth House

There are few places in England that have two Dukes living next to each other.
Yet just inside the Peak National Park, the Duke of Devonshire and the Duke of Rutland have property that shares the same border, the splendid stately homes of Chatsworth and Haddon.
To the east you will find the fine buildings of Hardwick Hall and Bolsover Castle, and to the west,Lyme Park at Disley.

Crich Tramway Museum

Crich Tramway Village nr Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5DP. Tel: 01773 854321.

Matlock Bath has been described as 'the Switzerland of England' and lies in a steep sided valley, about 3 miles from Matlock.

Matlock Bath

Peak Rail Matlock

Peak Rail run regular Steam and Diesel hauled heritage passenger trains between Matlock Riverside and Rowsley. A large car park at Rowsley makes it an ideal way to beat the traffic jams to get into Matlock. We also offer an on train dining service on selected trains, and footplate experience courses, where you can get your hands on a steam engines controls. Special events are featured at different times of the year, Santa Specials run through December. (

Nine Ladies Stone Circle - Stanton Moor - this stone circle is situated by the side of the public footpath across Stanton Moor. The moor itself, a 1096' gritstone outlier set amidst miles of limestone, was once greatly revered by our prehistoric ancestors who littered the moor with cairns and stone circles. The circle is thought to date from the Bronze Age and was probably erected around 1500 BC.

Nine Ladies Stone Circle

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