Explore Derbyshire, the Peak District and White Peak surrounding Hearthstone Farm.

Chatsworth

Chatsworth & Haddon Hall, Two of England’s most popular stately homes are less than half an hour from the farm. Exquisite works of art and sumptuous gardens offer a unique insight into centuries of England’s history.

Dovedale

Dovedale and the Peak District contrasting but equally stunning countryside surrounds the farm. Whether it’s the gentle rolling beauty of the Dales or the rugged moorland of the Peaks, you’ll find walking, cycling, canoeing, climbing or simply driving in them a delight.
Castleton, Hope, Ilam, Ladybower and the Hope Valley are all within a pleasant 45min drive of Hearthstone Farm.

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Cromford and the Derwent Valley Mills
These are situated within walking distance in the valley
below Hearthstone Farm. Pleasant footpaths lead down to part of Derbyshire’s World Heritage site including Cromford Mill, Lea Bridge, The High Peak Trail and Cromford Canal.

Theme Parks
Arguably England’s most famous theme park, Alton Towers, is within easy reach of the farm. If you’re looking for fun, you’ll find it here.

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Matlock Bath
The Farm overlooks this popular tourist destination. Ride the cable car to the Heights of Abraham and get a birds eye view of the surrounding area. Of course, in September and October the illuminations are Matlock Bath’s most famous attraction.

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Lea Gardens
The beautiful Rhododedron Gardens are a short 20min walk away down in the village of Lea. 500 or more varieties of rhododendrons, azaleas and other plants in 3.5 acres of picturesque woodland.

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Crich Tramway Museum
The National Tramway Museum’s collection of restored trams run through the period village and out into the surounding countryside.
The museums, play areas, tea shops and exhibits make a great day out for all the family.

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Surrounding walks and countryside
The surrounding area of Hearthstone Farm features outstanding walking through both farm and woodland. Footpaths lead to neighboring villages of Starkholmes, Lea, Holloway and Tansley. Be sure to visit our local bluebell woods in spring!

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