A Country Manor House For Large Groups
At Burrs Farm you are brilliantly placed for a range of spectacular places, whatever your interests. Read a little more about what we can offer.
Burrs Farm is in a rural location surrounded by beautiful greenery, you are only a 15/20 minute walk away to a village pub called The Church Inn in Chelmorton. You are also 2.2 miles away from the start of the Monsal Trail, which we recommend you go to if you are a keen cyclist. You can hire bikes here in Blackwell Cycle Hire and you can even abseil from the viaduct at Millers Dale.
Just a 10 minute drive away is the famous spa town of Buxton which is known as the very popular capital of the Peak District. Famous architecture here includes the Devonshire Dome and the famous Buxton Opera House. Buxton is also home to the Pavilion Gardens, Poole’s Cavern and St Ann’s Well.
Around the surrounding area of Buxton, you will find the Blue John Cavern, Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail, Go Ape Adventure Park, The Goyt Valley, Dovedale, Chatsworth House, Tissington Hall and Haddon Hall, which are all within an easy drive from Burrs Farm. Alton Towers Resort is in reach with just a 25 minute drive too.
The Peak District is home to a range of wonderful villages and remarkable towns such as Ashbourne and Bakewell and picturesque landscapes surround them all. There are endless routes that are desperate to be explored and ventured in, from steep sided limestone dales to dramatic high moorlands. It really does cater for everybody and you won’t be disappointed with what it has to offer
If you still feel in need of some more ideas for your trip to the Peak District? Check out the links below or visit our friends at Visit Peak District & Derbyshire. who can show you everything that happens in it - news, business listings, reviews, events, history, literally everything about our area.
Haddon Hall is a glorious Tudor manor located only 25 minutes from Burrs Farm. It's majestic beauty has made it very popular with filmmakers; it has been featured in three versions of 'Jane Eyre', as well as 'Elizabeth', 'Pride & Prejudice', 'The Other Boleyn Girl' and 'The Princess Bride.'