Sheen Bunkhouse, Peakstones, Sheen, Derbys, SK17 0ES
Call Jean or Graham Belfield on 01298 84501
OverviewSheen Bunkhouse is a newly converted barn in a quiet corner of the Peak District, close to the beautiful Dove and Manifold valleys. Comprehensively equipped, it offers a large TV lounge, well equipped self-catering facilities and two bunkrooms with wash basins. Toilets and showers are conveniently located for both rooms. Passing close by the barn, the Manifold Valley Track, Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail provide easy access to beautiful countryside, ideal for families and cyclists. Dovedale, the Upper Dove Valley and the remote and mysterious moorlands around Flash and Longnor offer stunning scenery for walkers. Visit the markets and parks at Buxton (8 miles), Leek (10 miles) and Bakewell (12 miles) for a great day out. Other attractions include Alton Towers (20 mins by car) and the famous Opera House and show caves at Buxton. This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District.
Rooms & Beds:14: 1x8, 1x6
Open:All year. 24 hours access, reception 8am - 9pm.
Price per night:From: Adults £17 U16s £12
Booking:Book by phone or email
Directions:On the B5054 between Hartington and Hulme End take the turning to Sheen (also signposted for Staffordshire Knott). The bunkhouse is on the right 200yds after the pub.
Public Transport:Train station at Buxton. Daily bus operated by Bowers from Buxton to Hartington passes close to bunkhouse.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the IHUK signage page and the present or past youth hostel page.
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Flat off-road cycle trails in the Peak District.
November 5th 2018
Sheen Bunkhouse is close to the Manifold Trail and the Tissington Trail between the rolling dales of the Derbyshire Peak District.
Race the trains of the past along both old railway lines, with the ease of the flat surfaces that the trains used to run across. The Manifold trail tumbles down the gentle Manifold Valley on eight miles of tarmac track. It is ideal for young cyclists, so we recommend you explore this cosy valley trail on your family holiday at Sheen Bunkhouse.
The Tissington Trail is a gravel trail from Ashbourne through Tissington to connect with the High Peak Trail at Parsley Hay, providing access to 40 miles of off road cycling through the stunning Derbyshire coutryside. Unleash yourself onto this unlimited adventure , withe the stability and comfort of an idylic base at Sheen Bunkhouse.
November 10th 2017
… great to have a haven like Sheen to retire back to after a day up there…
With 2 bunk rooms and a wonderfully modernised interior, Sheen Bunkhouse is a cosy, comfortable base to explore the area.
Sheen in Staffordshire, is a quiet village perched on a gritstone ridge. The Staffordshire corner of the Peak District is quiet and little explored but there’s so much to see here. The Manifold Valley Track, Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail link to make some great flat(ish) cycling. They’re all ex-railway lines and their lengths are dotted with fascinating industrial heritage details.
Up on the tops, the moorlands of Flash and Longnor are as windswept and magnificent as any in Yorkshire or Derbyshire. It’d be great to have a haven like Sheen to retire back to after a day up there.
More sheltered are the valleys of the Dove and Manifold rivers which offer pleasant walks among some pretty impressive rock towers, caves and gorges. While we’re talking about impressive – explore ‘The Roaches’ jagged, ragged ridges with vertiginous peaks.
YHA Sheen Bunkhouse
January 30th 2017
YHA Sheen, an independently owned bunkhouse in a quiet and beautiful corner of the Peak District
Sheen is in a quite area of the Peak district close to beautiful landscapes of Dovedale and the Manifold Valley. Converted from a Gritstone barn, YHA Sheen is an independently owned luxury bunkhouse. It is well equipped with comfy sofas, central heating and a self catering kitchen. The bunkhouse is ideal for family gatherings, group holidays and activity breaks. From the bunkhouse it an easy walk up Sheen Hill, a limestone outcrop with panoramic views of the Peak District and the Staffordshire Moors.
The roman town of Buxton and the market towns of Leek and Bakewell are all within easy reach. Chatsworth House is 16 miles away and Alton Towers 15 miles. More locally the Arbor Low stone circle, close to the Tissington Trail cycle trail is an amazing relic of the stone age with parts dating from 4000 years ago.