Tel Holiday Accommodation in Castleton Cliffe Holiday Cottage - Cliffe Cottage nestling at the mouth of The Peak Cavern in an absolutely spectacular and unspoilt location, is a three bedroomed Peak District cottage appointed to a high standard, ideal for a family holiday or couples wanting a romantic break.
Historically themed gift shop at admission point.
Most prominent is the ridge to the north. Contains changing displays in the exhibition room, which shows off the talents of local artists, photographers and crafts people.
The only westbound exit from Castleton is now the unclassified road over the narrow Winnatsmore frequently called Views on tourism in castleton Pass". Since the s the main mineral industry in the area has been cement. For information on train times and fares on all these routes, you can call National Rail Enquiries onor visit www.
Leaving Castleton, the western road used to go over Mam Torbut after continual collapses and repairs Mam Tor is called the "Shivering Mountain" because of its very loose shalesit was eventually abandoned.
Castleton information centre services include accommodation bookings, local theatre bookings, brochures, up to date information on events, attractions and the Peak District National Park.
Castleton main attractions information at a glance Peveril Castle Website: Pay and display, free to blue badge holders. Read more at Cliffe Holiday Cottage For more accommodation see. They say the earliest documents referring to Spital Field are a grant and a Charter from the early 14th century.
There is no railway station, but Hope station is about 3 kilometres 1. The bus is an hourly service to and from Sheffield. It is available from any Tourist Information Centre in the area.
Special events, polish your own Blue John and Carols by Candlelight. A few less frequent bus services also serve Castleton, including services 68  to Buxton and  from Baslowwhich run just once a day,  [ permanent dead link ] on schooldays to Chapel-en-le-frith and Edale and  on Fridays to Chesterfield.
This road is very narrow and steep and unsuitable for heavy vehicles or high volumes. The best exit points from the motorways are: Treak Cliff Cavern Website: A parking bay has been constructed by Derbyshire County Council for disabled people to sit and enjoy the splendid view over the Hope Valley, Win Hill and the Mam Tor ridge.
A small amount of Blue John is mined locally. No toilets Blue John Cavern - This cul-de-sac at the top of the closed Mam Tor road provides parking for visitors to the Blue John Cavern and others wishing to see the remains of the road which is steadily being lost in a landslip.
It has late 13th-century tracery and an ashlar -faced Perpendicular tower. Thus, most traffic enters and leaves the village on the eastern Hope-Hathersage-Sheffield road; for traffic going west, that involves a long diversion via the villages of Bradwell and Peak Forest.
Home of Blue John Stone. The nearest shop is metres away as are a number of excellent Pubs and Restaurants. It lies at the western end of the Hope Valley and consequently is surrounded on three sides by hills. The cottage sleeps 6, split as two double rooms and one twin room all of which are on the first floor.
Road signage has been designed to discourage through traffic by showing only local destinations. Hope Cement Works is closer to Hope, but its quarry is closer to Castleton.
The centre houses a fascinating museum as well as a full range of tourist information services. They are also investigating the 12th-century planned town at the foot of the castle hill.From dining and culture to outdoor adventure and family friendly activities there is something for everyone to do and experience in Castleton, VT.
Castleton was an established tourist centre over years ago.
The Peak Cavern was listed as one of the 7 Wonders of the Peak in the 17th century and was visited by Mary Queen of Scots. There are many places of interest in. Station Building (with waiting room) Main Street Castleton, VT Attractions: (4 miles): Pond Hill Ranch Transportation: minute walk to Castleton town center.
Castleton management 2, views. Share; Like AJ Ryan, Trainee This is important so that villages relying on income from tourist can stay in the village. Importantly tourists should still feel like they can explore the area freely and not be missing out on any of the Peak District National Parks outstanding beauty.
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Castleton is located in the Peak District National Park. Castleton lies towards the north of the National Park. It is 10 miles from Buxton, 16 miles from Sheffield and 27 miles from Stockport.Download