Hope Valley


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Tel code: 01433 | code search
Postcode: SS33 | code search
Population: 900
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Folk Customs:
Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football
Derbyshire Well Dressing
Roping Out Wedding Custom

Hope Valley Events

British Heart Bike Ride Dark Peak Challenge

Christmas at Eyam Hall
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Bowling Green Inn
"My wife Ema and myself and our good friends John and Joan Darlow spent four lovely nights at Ye Olde Bowling Green recently. We were well looked after by Jez ..." More

Bowling Green Inn
"I would like to offer my sincere thanks to Jez and Karen for making our stay at The Bowling Green Inn a wonderfull weekend break. We used this as our ..." More

Bowling Green Inn
"Ye Olde Bowling Green Inn is now under new management as of July 10th 2009. We have been a local family for 10 years, hoping to restore the potential of ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Hope Valley | 10 Places to Stay

Hope Valley in North Derbyshire spans the countryside from Castleton to Hathersage. It runs from East to West, flanked on one side by gritstone of the “Dark Peak” And on the other by limestone of the “White Peak”. It offers unrivalled natural landscapes for walkers, bikers, pony trekkers, hang-gliders, rock-climbers and potholers. And for those who enjoy more leisurely outdoor pursuits, it’s an ideal spot for painting, birdwatching and fishing. Mam Tor, or the “Shivering Mountain” At the head of the valley has become a popular launch pad for hang-gliders. The valley is scattered with small villages including Castleton with its show caves and Peveril Castle, built for William Peveril by his father, William the Conqueror, Hathersage with excellent rock-climbing at Stanage and associations with Little John and Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and of course, Hope village itself. Hope village church dedicated to St Peter can be traced to the 1200’s, artefacts of interest including a carved oak pulpit dated 1652 and a schoolmaster’s chair from the same period. In the churchyard stands a headless 9th Century Saxon preaching cross. A highlight of the village year is the Hope Valley Agricultural Show and Sheepdog Trials held on August Bank Holiday.


Blue John Cavern and Blue John Mine
Eyam Hall
Eyam Museum
Peveril Castle
Speedwell Cavern
Upper Derwent Reservoirs


Hardhurst Farm Campsite
Highfield Farm Camp Site
Rowter Farm
Upper Booth

Caravan Park

Eden Tree House Caravan Park
Laneside Caravan Park
Losehill Caravan Club Site
Swallowholme Caravan Park


Dance - Felicity White


Ladycroft Barn
Twitchill Farm Cottages


Bamford Dental Practice

Hope Dental Clinic


Dr Moseley & Partners

Estate Agent

Berkeley Kersh
Berkeley Kersh
One Stop Property Shop
Phillips & Sons
Thomas James Estate Agents
Venmore Thomas & Jones


Chequers Inn
The Samuel Fox Country Inn

Pub and Bar

Bowling Green Inn
Bridge Inn
Chequers Inn
Cheshire Cheese Restaurant
Derwent Water Arms
Ladybower Inn
Moon Inn
Travellers Rest
Valley Lodge
White Hart

Woodroffe Arms


Chequers Inn
Cheshire Cheese Restaurant
Golden Dragon
Losehill House Hotel
Travellers Rest


Twitchill Farm Cottages


Sickleholme Private Hire

Sports Clubs

Calver CC (Cricket)


High Peak Garden Centre
Riverside Herb Centre
Natural Delivery Wholefoods
The Hope Gallery
Hope Arts & Ceramics
The Hope Chest
Watson Farm Shop
Calver Sough Nurseries & Aquatic Centre
Eco Eco Home


Lockerbrook Outdoor Activity Centre(Adventure)
YHA Edale and Activity Centre(Adventure)

Peak Airsports Ltd(Airsports)
Dragon Balloon Company Ltd(Aviation Sports)

Places to Stay near Hope Valley

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The Samuel Fox Country Inn (0.69 miles)

The Samuel Fox Country Inn

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The Samuel Fox Country Inn is situated in the pretty village of Bradwell. The building underwent a full refurbishment in July 2008 making it modern and stylish while still retaining ... More

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Twitchill Farm Cottages (1.10 miles)

Twitchill Farm Cottages
These stone built cottages are located around an 18th century farmhouse on Win Hill, with a panoramic view over the Hope Valley and across to Castleton and its famous caverns and historic castle. There ... More | visit website
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Four Seasons (1.66 miles)

Four Seasons

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Four Seasons is a fresh take on Bed and Breakfast. All rooms have been refurbished to the highest standards. Owners, Al and Jenny pride themselves on providing a warm and ... More

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Swiss House (1.66 miles)

Swiss House

Swiss House, Castleton, Derbyshire, offers bed & breakfast accommodation in the heart of the Peak District National Park. We, Mary and Martha Holmes, run Swiss House personally and It is our aim to provide you with ... More | visit website

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Causeway House (1.78 miles)

Causeway House

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Come and Stay in our delightful 15th Century Cruck CottageCauseway House is a gem. Comfortable accommodation with all the conveniences of the 21st century in a 15th century cruck cottage ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (1.84 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
*ALL ROOMS INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST* Situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park, this lodge is adjacent to the Castle Vintage Inn on Castle Street. Nicknamed the “gem of the peaks”, ... More | visit website
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Yorkshire Bridge Inn (1.90 miles)

Yorkshire Bridge Inn
'Freehouse of the Year' Publican Awards 2000 and 2001 and 2004, we were judged in the top six countrywide.

Yorkshire Bridge Inn is privately owned and has so much to offer for visitors to the Peak ... More | visit website
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Denewood (1.96 miles)


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A first class welcome awaits you at our family home. This recently renovated property offers 2 en-suite rooms with TV, tea and coffee, hairdryer etc. Breakfast is offered at ... More

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Losehill House Hotel (2.02 miles)

Losehill House Hotel

We are proud to reveal the best-kept secret in the Peak District. Along a leafy lane and almost by chance you’ll happen across somewhere rather special…Its name is Losehill House.

The Hotel & Spa occupies a ... More | visit website

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George Hotel (3.32 miles)

George Hotel

The history of the George dates back to at least the fifteenth century and the oak beams and exposed interior stone walls give it a wonderfully welcoming and relaxed atmosphere further enhanced by open fires ... More | visit website

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