Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre
Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre, Pindale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6RN
A mile from Castleton in the heart of the Peak District. Pindale Farm comprises a farmhouse pre-dating 1340 and lead mine buildings from the 1850s, which have been completely rebuilt from near dereliction. The centre offers 5 different kinds of accommodation. The farmhouse offers traditional bed and (an AGA cooked) breakfast. The Barn has 6 independent self-catering units, 3 of these can accommodate people with certain physical disabilities. The Old Lead Mine Engine House is a self-catering unit sleeping 8. The Powder House, originally the mine’s explosive store, is a small camping barn with basic facilities for up to 4 people. A campsite, adjacent to the centre, has showers, hot water, and toilet facilities. All rooms have Freesat TV, WiFi is available in the barn and most of the camping areas (£2 a day). The ideal base for walking, climbing, caving, horse riding etc. Instruction is available if required. Well behaved pets welcome. Scouts, Cadets and DofE expeditions welcome, camping or in the bunkhouse.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District and here is its own website.
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64: Farmhouse: 4, Engine House: 8 Powder House: 4, The Barn 6×8-10 plus camping.
All year (camping March-October), 24 hours.
Camping £8pp (Hook Up £4). Barns £16pp + £1 electric tokens. Enquire for B&B.
Early booking (deposit) is best.
GR 163 825. From Hope follow cement works signs, turn off main road between church and Woodroffe Arms.
Train station in Hope. On local buses ask for Hope. Hope is 15 minutes’ walk from the hostel. National Express Sheffield (taxi fare £15-£20).
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Renovated from lead mining buildings, Pindale Farm still retains evocative Read the full article…
Renovated from lead mining buildings, Pindale Farm still retains evocative names for its accommodation buildings. A 14th century farmhouse, The Barn, The Old Lead Mine Engine House, The Powder House. These names alone would tempt me up there.
It sits in The Hope Valley, not far from Castleton, one of the iconic Peak District locations. Mam Tor is close; the castle at Catleton perches on its precipitous crag; moors and valleys roll away, inviting the energetic to explore them; the delightful picturesque railway line brings you here. Lovely.
The centre itself offers accommodation particularly to groups seeking adventurous pursuits. Caving, climbing, walking, horse riding to name but a few. And afterwards you tumble back tired and achey to a warm Aga and a comfortable room.
‘Take the Lead in the Peak District’ is a campaign celebrating responsible dog walking in the countryside.
‘Take the Lead in the Peak District’ is a campaign celebrating responsible dog walking in the countryside. The event will be held on Saturday 27th February and will be a fun packed day celebrating dogs and their owners.
The day will consist of…
- Dog training and agility demonstrations
- Meet the hill sheep and their farmers
- Test your bird nest finding skills
- Pick up your dog grooming voucher
- Dog friendly walk: 11am
- Search and Rescue Dog Demonstration: 12:30pm
- Fun Dog show: 2pm
To find out more visit http://goo.gl/0kP8DN.
Our outdoor centre is an ideal stop over point as we are set right in the heart of the Peak District.
Nature and sport !
Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre is situated at the west end of the Hope Valley, the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. Within one mile of Hope and Castleton. Open views to Mam Tor, Hollings Cross, Back Tor and Losehill. The centre is an ideal base for outdoor pursuits in the area.
The centre offers three kinds of accommodation: Camping, Bunkhouse and B & B all reasonably priced.
And is a good way to do lots of outdoors activities like :
Caving, Climbing, Horse Riding, Walking and lots more ! There are outdoors activities organised by the centre too !
If you want to know more lets go on this website !