The area

Tideswell is the largest village in the Peak District National Park with over 2000 residents. There are 3 pubs plus several others in nearby villages all within walking distance. They all offer good food and welcome dogs; most have roaring fires in winter!

Tideswell also has a Co-op, a butcher, a chip shop, a pharmacy, a greengrocer and two hairdressing salons. There are also several cafes. The most notable feature of the village is the 700-year-old church built in the 1300s, financed by local lead miners and known as The Cathedral of the Peak.

We’re also not far from elsewhere.

8 miles from Buxton
18 miles from Sheffield
30 miles from Manchester
37 miles from Derby
51 miles from Leeds
68 miles from Birmingham
166 miles from London

Getting around

You’ll need a car or a bike! Fortunately, we have plenty of free off-street parking hidden from the road. This is accessible only via our private and gated lane, so your vehicles will be parked in a safe place. There is a local bus to Sheffield and to Buxton, but this is limited, as are taxis (there is no UBER!). However, you can pre-book a taxi from Buxton or Bakewell. You can almost get here by train: either to Buxton where you can hire a cab, or to Hope (on the Sheffield/Manchester main line), though this is just a Halt.

There are no station or taxi facilities at Hope, so many of our guests get their friends with cars to collect them from the station. If you do this, you can pop in to the local Morrisons in Buxton or the Co-op in Bradwell to collect supplies.

We also have 2 EV charging points available to charge your electric vehicles (2 x 7.5 Kw chargers).

View over this pleasant Derbyshire village, a tourist favourite because of its inherent charm and proximity to outdoor activitiesge
Birdseye view above Tideswell, the Peak District’s largest village