CASTLE GREEN

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Peak District B&B Quality Accommodation

Visit the Peak District from Castle Green B&B

 

 

 

 

 

Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland

 

Country park and famous show caverns set in 60 acres of woodland and reached by cable car over deep limestone gorge in the Peak District.

 

Situated in this restored period village overlooking the Derwent Valley.

 

Theme park for for thrill-seekers and families

A great theme-park day out for younger family members

A great family day full of varied activities on a working 600 acre farm.

The world famous Blue John Cavern is a series of caves in the peak district providing educational and interesting family days out and school trips.

Housing one of the foremost  collections of horse-drawn vehicles in Britain. This working carriage museum is well worth a visit.

A must for fish fans situated in the old thermal baths

 

 

 

Situated in the Victorian Pavilion, experience the life of a Derbyshire lead miner.

During the months of September and October the riverbanks become a fairyland of lights and tableaux and at weekends the river is ablaze with decorated boats. The fun continues on alternate Saturdays with a fireworks display on the cliff top, and there are stalls, delicious food, funfair rides and other live entertainment.

Experience a working textile museum at Britain’s finest example of a 1783 Arkwright Cotton Mill. Complete your day in the Shopping Village or restaurant.

Hall Leys Park is officially one of the best in the UK after being awarded its fifth consecutive Green Flag Award in July 2012. This is a beautifully maintained park were you can enjoy a peaceful stroll, have a game of bowls, have lunch in the Park Cafe or listen to brass bands or entertainment from the band stand.

Wirksworth is one of the oldest towns in this area of the Peak District and is still one of those with greatest character.

 

Cromford mill is now a world heritage site. Restoration of the old mill has been carried out by the Arkwright society which purchased the site in 1979.

Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland

An Elizabethan masterpiece

A fortified medieval manor house dating from the 12th Century

Built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church that straddles the hill in the centre of the village.

Photo courtesy of Chatsworth House

Special Offers

Stay for 4 nights or more to receive a 10% discount on your total bill