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Mothers Day 2014 In The Peak District

Mothers Day 2014 Peak District

Spend Mothers Day In The Peak District At The Poachers Arms

Call 01433 620380 For Further Information And Booking

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Mothers Day The Peak District 2014

 

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List Of Interesting Attractions Close To The Poachers Arms - B&B Hope

 

Alton Towers

Spa treatments, and rides to take your breath away - there's something for everyone at Alton Towers Resort. We want you to make the most of your trip to Alton Towers.

click here to visit the Alton Towers website

 

Treak Cliff Cavern

Treak Cliff Hill is the only place in the world where Blue John Stone occurs naturally. Enter an Ancient Underground Wonderland in the heart of the Peak District National Park. You can book a guide for a fun filled experience.

click here to visit the Treak Cliff Cavern website

 

Belper North Mill

North Mill is the forerunner of the modern skyscraper and is part of Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. A site well worth seeing.

click here to visit the Belper North Mill website

 

Blue John Cavern

The Blue John cavern at Castleton is world famous. It is home to eight of the fourteen known varieties of Blue John Stone, a beautiful and ornamental fluor-spar. We would advise that you visit here as well as Treak Cliff Cavern for the full experience.

click here to visit the Blue John Cavern website

 

Bolsover Castle

In 2001 the castle was voted Heart of England Tourist Board Visitor Attraction of the Year. Take a look at where knights suited up ready for battle!

click here to visit the Bolsover Castle website

 

Buxton Opera House

A historic success as a masterpiece of theatre architecture presenting a high quality programme of theatre, dance, opera and music. Its not over until the fat lady sings!

click here to visit the Buxton Opera House website

 

Calke Abbey

Calke Abbey is set in extensive parklands landscaped to reflect the grandeur of the property and any visit will be rewarded by a visit to the church and extensive gardens. A beauty spot for a peaceful day out.

visit here to visit the Calke Abbey website

 

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House is one of Britain's best loved historic houses and estates, offering something for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy the magnificant gardens and water features.

click here to visit the Chatsworth House website

 

Chestnut Centre

The Chestnut Centre is a wildlife and Conservation Park with an extensive nature trail which nestles in 50 Parkland acres. Walking boots on! This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the peak district and its natural beauty.

click here to visit the Chestnut Centre website

 

Crich Tramway Village

Crich Tramway Village is a lovingly restored period village that is also home to the National Tramway Museum and its world renowned archives. Take a trip down memory lane and see how trams once mainstreamed the public transport routes.

click here to visit the Crich Tramway Village website

 

Denby Pottery

See how Denby is made, 'have a go' at painting a plate, watch a free cookery demonstration in the Emporium or browse around the shops and museum. Hands on day with lots of fun and interaction!

visit here to visit the Denby Pottery website

 

Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District

A non-commercial website offering a variety of information about Derbyshire and the Peak District. Useful link for frequently updated information!

Click here to Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District website
 

Eyam Museum

Vivid portrayal of the outbreak of the bubonic plague in Eyam when over a third of the population died. Dont worry, its all safe now. This museum holds its own in the book of history. A real insight into one of the most famous events of all time.

click here to visit the Eyam Museum website

 

Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall - The Home of Lady Manners, a unique and unspoilt hall and gardens. Similar to that of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall is a pleasent alternative.

click here to visit the Haddon Hall website

 

Hardwick Hall

Hardwick Hall is one of Britain's finest Elizabethan houses built for Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of Shrewsbury, who moved in to her latest creation in October 1597. A fantastic day out to say the least. We would advise that everybody visits at least once!

click here to visit the Hardwick Hall website

 

Heights of Abraham

Matlock Bath. Tel: 01629 582365. Cable cars, Cavern and Hilltop park. The cable cars geve you a uniqe view of Matlock with a fantastic cliff cafe at the top overlooking the most stunning views. The hot chocolate is devine!

click here to visit the Heights of Abraham website

 

Kedleston Hall

Kedleston Hall is a classical Palladian mansion built for the Curzon family between 1759 and 1765. Not so well known, however - well worth a visit!

click here to visit Kedleston Hall website

 

Lyme Park Hall

Lyme Hall was originally a Tudor house until the Venetian Architect Leoni turned it into an Italianate palace. Take your camera! A Spectacular day out!

click here to visit Lyme Park Hall website

 

Peak Cavern (The Devils Arse)

Set in the middle of the picturesque Peak District, deep into the cliff is the Cavern's imposing entrance chamber - the largest natural cave entrance in the British Isles. Take a coat and walking shoes with plenty of grip!

click here to visit the Peak Cavern (The Devils Arse) website

 

Peak Rail

In 1968 the railway between Matlock and Buxton through the Peak National Park was closed and lifted. In 1975 a group of enthusiasts formed the Peak Railway Society with the aim of re-opening the line. Fantastic informative experience. A family day to remember.

click here to visit the Peak Rail website

 

Peveril Castle, Castleton

Peveril Castle stands in an impregnable position on a clifftop above Castleton, flanked by the steep side of Cavedale. It is an evocative place, with an impressive view in all directions. Very hard walk up the hill, walking boots and we strongly advise a packed up lunch with plenty of fluids!

click here to visit the Peveril Castle, Castleton website

 

Red House Stables

Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum has one of the finest collections of original horse drawn vehicles and equipment in Britain. For those equine fans, this is a perfect opportunity to visit your passion as it was in times past.

click here to visit the Red House Stables website

 

Renishaw Hall

Renishaw Hall and its impressive gardens have been the home of the Sitwell family for over 350 years. The gardens are beautiful, take a camera!

click here to visit the Renishaw Hall website

 

Speedwell Cavern

Set at the foot of the spectacular Winnats Pass, high above the village of Castleton, Speedwell Cavern takes you on an incredible underground boat journey. Make sure you wrap up warm, it gets very cold down there. A really good experience! The guides are very informative.

click here to visit the Speedwell Cavern website

 

The Old House Museum, Bakewell

Early Tudor House with original wattle and daub scree. Open chamber, Victorian Kitchen, craftsmens tools, toys and costumes. This will be a short experience so plan other activities during your day!

click here to visit The Old House Museum, Bakewell website

 

Tissington Hall

Tissington Hall Built by Francis FitzHerbert in 1609 has served the FitzHerbert family as the main home for the best part of 400 years. Gorgeous gardens, available for weddings also!

click here to visit the Tissington Hall website

 

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Winter Food Serving Times

Sunday
12.00pm – 4.30pm
CLOSED Sunday night

Monday & Tuesday
CLOSED

Wednesday & Thursday
12.00pm – 1.45pm & 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Friday & Saturday

12.00pm – 1.45pm & 6.00pm – 8.30pm


Please Note: Food Times vary depending on the time of year.

Tel: 01433 620380

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