Things To Do

WALK straight out from the farm, leaving the car behind, to enjoy the huge local network of paths. We are approved 'Walkers Welcome'
www.peakdistrictinformation.com
www.peakwalking.com

CYCLE on or off road. We are approved 'Cyclists Welcome' on a well marked cycle route. Cycle hire and tours www.peak-tours.com

ROCK CLIMB on Stanage, Millstone Edge, Froggart Edge, offering a wide standard of difficulty.
www.bluemountainactivities.co.uk
T.01246 321767
www.hitchnhike.co.uk

CAVING in the limestone or visiting the caverns at Castleton is goods on wet days.
www.visitcastleton.co.uk/caving.php

HORSE RIDING from local trekking centre Edale
www.ladybooth.co.uk T.01433 670205
Flagg, Staffs. www.northfieldfarm.co.uk
We have paddock & stabling to accommodate your own horse here and can suggest good local rides.

FISHING in Ladybower Reservoir
www.ladybowerfishery.co.uk T.01433 651254
Shatton Hall Farm, informal trout lake fishing.

GOLF at local Sicklehome Golf Course
Golf driving Range, Buxton. www.peakpracticegolf.co.uk


RELAXING at SHATTON HALL FARM

Many of our guests just want to relax by their cottage, wander in the gardens, find somewhere to sit, sketch or photograph.
Children love to run in the fields, paddle in the stream, fly a kite.
Older children spend time on the tennis court and often try fishing in the trout lake.

We have farm trails through our ancient woodland and pastures, where you might spot heron along the stream, which runs right down through the farm or buzzards wheeling over head. They nest in the wood.

Coming home after dark we often find a badger running the up lane ahead.


DAYS OUT within 20 miles

CHATSWORTH, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, set in 1,000 acres of parkland: a magnificent house and gardens, model farmyard, adventure playground, shops & restaurant.

HADDON HALL, a romantic fortified medieval manor, home of the Rutland family, with delightful terraced gardens and restaurant.

EYAM HALL preserves the domestic scene of the 17th century, where the Wright family have come and gone for 300 years.

HARDWICK HALL was created by one of the great characters of the Elizabethan era, Bess of Hardwick. The original tapestries & needlework are displayed.

Now the NATIONAL TRUST administer Hardwick Hall and many others further away, Calke Abbey, Kedlestone, Sudbury, Gawsworth. The moorland estates of Longshaw & The High Peak are nearby with lovely walks, shop etc.

All the above are open to the public.

Fell Racing, Flower & Music Festivals are all listed in the Peak District Visitor Guide
www.visitpeakdistrict.com

TOWNFIELD BARN for SUMMER CELEBRATIONS
Our Studio Barn for private hire 07812 104 218

Bees have come back to Shatton Hall Farm



Coppicing in Carr Wood

Woodland Days - Free Entry - Car parking £2
dates to be arranged

20min. Walk up to Carr Wood, following signs.
Coppicing - Woodland Craft - demonstrated.
Wildlife walks, plants, birds, stream dipping, Campfire food
Woodland products for sale

For EVENT INFORMATION - Geoff Townsend on 07794636520 / 01433 651773

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This is a new 'railway trail' at Millersdale

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