Sheen Bunkhouse, Peakstones, Sheen, Derbys, SK17 0ES
Sheen 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.
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14: 1×8, 1×6
All year, 24 hours access, reception 8am – 9pm.
From: £16, U16s £11.
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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.
Train station at Buxton. Daily bus operated by Bowers from Buxton to Hartington passes close to bunkhouse.
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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.
Sheen Bunkhouse is close to the Manifold Trail and the Tissington Trail in the Derbyshire Peak District.
Both off road routes that follow old railway lines. The Manifold trail travels down the gentle Manifold Valley on eight miles of tarmac track. It is ideal for young cyclists. 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.