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Old House Museum

Set in Bakewell, in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, the Old House Museum is an original Tudor dwelling. After nearly five hundred years of continuous use, the house was rescued from demolition in the 1950s. An award-winning museum, it now hosts a wide range of artefacts telling the story of the Peak District and beyond. The […]

Blackstone Edge

Ancient oak woodland is one of the glories of the English countryside and Baslow has a small share, up under the Edges that dominate the village. The ancient woodland on the edge of Baslow is under Blackstone Edge, which you can see on the left as you drive out of Baslow on the Sheffield road. […]

Tryumph Health & Fitness

Becky Lyne, Britain’s former female Athlete of the Year, runs a series of fitness sessions for all the family as well as children’s sports and activity camps. “As we start to emerge from the winter months, spring is a great time to get fit and to keep your body in great shape for the warmer […]

Rowley’s

Rowley’s Restaurant and Bar is in the delightful village of Baslow, which is on the edge of the beautiful Chatsworth Estate. Their passion is fresh, seasonal food using local ingredients, served in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Rowley’s is open daily from 10am serving Fairtrade coffee, accompanied by a piece of delicious hand-made fudge. You […]

Fischer’s Baslow Hall

Fischer’s Baslow Hall is a lovely traditional country house converted into a luxury “Restaurant with Rooms” with an atmosphere of comfort & character. Their food is by renowned Head Chef Rupert Rowley and made from in-season British produce, whilst the house, garden and friendly staff also subject to great acclaim. Fischer’s at Baslow Hall Calver Road Baslow DE45 1RR […]

Baslow Edge

Baslow Edge sits above Baslow at the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park, which is characterised by dramatic gritstone escarpments that run down from the high moors to the north. These gritstone extensions are clearly visible from the limestone plateaux, due to the gritstone cliffs at their edges, with wild moors beyond. The only way […]