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Directions from Ashbourne:
14 miles North of Ashbourne on the A515 towards Buxton. Pass the petrol station in Newhaven and take the next left on to the B5054 continuing through Hartington towards Hulme End.
14 miles South of Buxton. Take the A515 towards Ashbourne. After 10.5 miles, turn tight on to the B5054, signposted Hartington. Continue through Hartington towards Hulme End.
The Manifold Inn is adjacent to the park and offers the quintessential country cooked meal, or that quiet rustic drink to complete your stay.
The Tissington Trail set up by the Peak National Park is a scenic route 13 miles in length, running from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay.
The Heights of Abraham are a unique hilltop Park set on top of a dramatic limestone gorge, amid great natural beauty and with spectacular views.
Alton Towers, brace yourself for the magic, excitement and thrills of Britain's favourite theme park.
Chatsworth House is one of Britains best loved historic houses and estates, offering something for everyone to enjoy.
Nearest English Heritage Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the main map above)
Arbor Low Stone Circle and Gib Hill Barrow - 4.19 miles from site Click here for details
Nine Ladies Stone Circle - 9.25 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
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