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Tel code: 01629 | code search
Postcode: DE45 | code search
Population: 1300
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The village of Youlgrave (or Youlgreave) lies on the River Bradford in the Peak District in the beautiful county of Derbyshire. It is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086; where its value is quoted at 16 shillings. Youlgrave is about three miles to the south of the town of Bakewell, home of the 'Bakewell Pudding' and its icing covered derivative the 'Bakewell Tart'. Youlgrave lies along the B5056, which runs off the A6 between Bakewell and Matlock. Life in the village of Youlgreave once revolved around lead mining, but now the village is better known for its annual music festival; held since 2001. The Limestone Way passes the Medieval Parish Church of Youlgreave and runs immediately to the south of the village. This long distance bridleway runs through the White Peak of the Peak District National Park, from Castleton to Ashbourne. The church at Youlgreave was first mentioned in written records dating back to 1150, although it is likely that there was a church on the site in earlier Saxon times. Visitors to this charming and historic village can stay in traditional cottages such as Pumpkin Cottage, an ideal base for walkers and other visitors to the Peak District.

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The Farmyard Inn (0.25 miles)

The Farmyard Inn
The Farmyard Inn is situated in the Peak District National Park, an area where high moorlands contrast with lush valleys and stunning limestone gorges. The village of Youlgrave (or Youlgreave) sprawls along the ridge ... More | visit website
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Harthill Hall Country House Cottages (0.99 miles)

Harthill Hall Country House Cottages

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Unique Cottage Accomadation, sleeping 2-52 Most with Private Outdoor Jacuzzi's with Views over the Peak Distrcit National Park Private Daily use of Indoor Swimming Pool Sauna and Hot TubBreakfast Lunch ... More

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Lathkil Hotel (1.65 miles)

Lathkil Hotel
The Lathkil Hotel is the place to go for a special break where you’ll find old fashioned hospitality, good food and relaxation served in the heart of the beautiful Peak National Park. Situated in the ... More | visit website
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Damsel's Bower at Manor Court Cottages (1.65 miles)

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In the heart of the Peak District National Park, and just 2 miles from Bakewell, this beautiful cluster of converted cottages and barns lies beside the medieval ... More

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Rutland Arms Hotel (2.96 miles)

Rutland Arms Hotel

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Set in the magnificent town of Bakewell in the heart of The Peak District National Park, the Rutland Arms Hotel offers a hint of Georgian elegance in unrivalled surroundings. Built for the ... More | visit website

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Croft Cottages (3.06 miles)

Croft Cottages
Lovely 17th century cottage, peacefully located near the River Wye, in the beautiful historic market town of Bakewell. Many pubs, excellent restaurants and fascinating shops are but a two minute stroll from the house.

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The Castle Inn (3.07 miles)

The Castle Inn

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A delightful traditional Inn built in the 16th Century, on the A619 as it crosses the River Wye at Bakewell Brdige. This local pub with rooms is famous for its ... More

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Peacock at Rowsley (3.08 miles)

Peacock at Rowsley

‘Manners maketh man’: and very successfully too, if I may say so, even if the finished article does need the occasional makeover. Having benefited from that experience Manners made Peacock: yes, it’s a colourful tale. ... More | visit website

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Grouse & Claret (3.08 miles)

Grouse & Claret

The Grouse and Claret in Rowsley is a beautiful 18th Century building at the gateway to the Peak District National Park with eight en-suite hotel rooms within the building. It is situated on the A6 ... More | visit website

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Rock Cottage (3.12 miles)

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