Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre, Pindale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6RN
Call Alan Medhurst on 01433 620111
Accommodation and camping in the Peak DistrictA 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. A campsite, adjacent to the centre, has showers, hot water, and toilet facilities. DofE expeditions are welcome and camp in separate areas from the general public.
All rooms have Freesat TV, WiFi is available in all rooms and camping areas (£2 for four days per device).
Close to the start of the Pennine Way, White to Dark Walk, The Great Ridge, Mam Tor, Back Tor, Lose Hill and the Edale Skyline, Pindale Farm is your ideal base for walking. Climbing, caving, horse riding and many more activities are available, with instruction if required.
Well behaved pets welcome. Scouts, Cadets and DofE expeditions always welcome. .
Beds & Rooms:64: Farmhouse: 4. Engine House: 8. Barn: 4x8, 2x10. + camping.
Open:All year (camping March-October). 24 hours.
Price per night:Camping £10pp, hook up £6, gazebo £10. DofE discount £1pp. Barns £20pp + £1 electric tokens.
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.
- 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).
- Long Distance Walks Pennine Way The Pennine Bridleway Land's End to John O Groats on foot Trans Euro Trail Great North Trail Limestone Way
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Cycling The Great North Trail through the Peak District.
August 19th 2022
As The Great North Trail stretches through the Peak District, Pindale Farm is a beautiful location to rest for the night.
Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre is situated in the Peak District, where the White Peak meets the Dark Peak. White Peak and Dark Peak are named after their opposing geology. The White Peak is capped with white-grey limestone meaning exposed rock is light in colour whereas the Dark Peak is made of Millstone Grit Sandstone meaning the protruding rocks are much darker. The difference in geology explains the contrasting landscapes between the two areas; the White peak is characterised by it’s gentler peaks and troughs whilst the Dark Peak is much more rugged and unforgiving.
Whilst walking the Great North Trail through the Peak District, you can marvel in the changing landscapes and underlying geology. Situated between the two sides of the Peak District is Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre, the perfect overnight stop during your journey.
Pindale Farm has a multiple bunkhouses to choose from as well as a camping field. The choice is yours when deciding where to stay. The accommodation also has restaurants and pubs within walking distance in the nearby town of Castleton. Perfect after a long day cycling the Great North Trail.
Bikers & cyclists welcome at Pindale Farm
November 19th 2021
Pindale Farm welcomes bikes with engines and bikes without! UK National Cycle Route 6 and the Trans Euro Trail pass by the gates. And there is the whole of the Peak District on the doorstep to explore. There’s a locked cycle shed and secluded parking for motor bikes and a choice of great value accommodation for their owners.
Choose from farmhouse B&B, a number of private self catering units sleeping 8-10 or camp on their campsite. Pedal power and motor-powered bikes are passing all the time and are all sure of a very warm welcome.
June 28th 2021
We see many so our former D of E participants staying with us as adults with their own families, saying “I did my D of E at Pindale and thought we would come back.”Read More