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From Sheffield - Take the A625 in the direction of Ecclesall to Hathersage. On leaving Hathersage in approx 2 miles turn right at the Sicklehome Service Station. Swallowholme is situated over the railway bridge 175 yards along the road to your left.
From the M1 - Take J29 to Chesterfield on the A617, then the A619 in the direction of Bakewell but at Baslow take the A623 to Calver. Turn right at the traffic lights onto the A625 to Grindleford. Turn left in the centre of the village onto the B6521 to Hathersage. In Hathersage turn left. Then follow directions from Hathersage as above.
Derwent Valley - Upper Derwent Visitors Centre, Fairholmes - situated at the northern tip of the Ladybower Dam
Derwent Dam - The practice dam for the famous dambusters raid
Hathersage - Approx 2 miles away - With historical connections to Robin Hood and the Eyre family. Outdoor heated swimming pool.
Castleton - Approx 4.5 miles away - Famous for its caves and Blue John fluospar
Eyam - Approx 7 miles - Known as 'The Plague Village'
Chatsworth House - Approx 10.5 miles away - A beautiful stately home with gardens, gift shops and restaurant
Bakewell - Approx 12 miles away - famous for the Bakewell Pudding
Buxton - Approx 16 miles away - A spa town - home of Buxton Spring Water
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