Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre, Pindale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6RN
Call Alan Medhurst on 01433 620111
OverviewA 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). Your 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.
Beds & Rooms:64: Farmhouse: 4. Engine House: 8. Powder House: 4. The Barn: 6x8 -10. Plus camping.
Open:All year (camping March-October). 24 hours.
Price per night:Camping £8.50pp (hook up £4). Barns £18pp + £1 electric tokens. Enquire for B&B. Discount of £0.50pppn for DofE campers.
Booking:Early booking (deposit) is best.
Directions:GR 163 825. From Hope follow cement works signs, turn off main road between church and Woodroffe Arms.
Public Transport: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).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Duke of Edinburgh's Award page, the map of accommodation for school groups, the The Limestone Way map, the IHUK signage page, the Hostels with Camping map and the Pennine Way.
It has availability at Christmas.
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Anti-bacterial hand wash available for guest use.
March 16th 2020
Please feel safe when visiting the wonderful Hope Valley in the heart of the Peak District and staying at Pindale Farm who take your safety very seriously.
Over the past 30 years Pindale Farm has always had our customers health and safety in mind. We have always provided anti-bacterial hand wash for our guests to use. Not just as a precaution now with the Coronavirus problem. But for normal things encountered in the county side like Leptospirosis, E Coli and Salmonella.
Pindale Farm is a Bona Fide business, with planning permissions and licensed by the local authorities, fully insured and checked by industry leaders like the AA and IHG. Regular inspections are made regarding cleanliness of rooms and amenities, electrical installations and equipment, fire alarms and firefighting equipment and Legionella compliant.
So, you can feel safe in the knowledge that Pindale Farm is a safe place to stay when visiting the Hope Valley.
Pindale Farm has availability for Christmas at the same cost as any other dates.
February 7th 2020
Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre, Hope Valley, at the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. Within a mile of Castleton and open views to Mam Tor, Hollings Cross, Back Tor and Losehill. The centre offers three kinds of accommodation: Camping, Bunkhouse, Powerhouse and B&B all reasonably priced.
Hills galore, Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre provides accommodation for well behaved dogs
December 20th 2019
Even the most energetic dogs will have their work cut out for them in the rolling hills of the peak district. Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre is right in the heart of the hope valley region, expect to be amazed by gorgeous views.
Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre offers simple accommodation in a historic farmhouse or in the adjacent campsite. The hostel allows well behaved dogs sure to be tired by the plethora of beautiful walks through the peak districts stunning scenery. There’s also a lot of small towns and villages to see, perhaps a trip to the “plague town” Eyam, or Bradwell where Bradwell’s ice cream has been made for over 100 years. There’s also lots of adventuring opportunities with caving being a popular activity in Castleton. But if remaining solidly above ground is more your kind of thing there’s more than enough hills to ramble over, Mam Tor and Kinder Scout are both close for those looking for an incredible view of the area.