This small luxury hotel in the heart of the Peak District is owned by Lord Edward Manners. Award winning, they offer great food and accommodation. Fly fishing on the River Wye can also be arranged.
They offer special deals on admission to Haddon Hall to their guests
This is the main tourism website for the area, with links to accommodation, events, visitor attractions and public transport information.
Situated in the village of Rowsley, where the Wye and Derwent meet, this nineteenth century water mill still produces flour. There are also craft workshops, a gift shop and a café on site.
This award winning independent museum is run by the Bakewell and District Historical Society, and covers 500 years of history. Part of it was a Tudor House, and Richard Arkwright converted it into millworkers' cottages in the eighteenth century. Rescued from demolition in the nineteen fifties, the museum is now a thriving visitor attraction for groups and schools as well as individual visitors.