Haddon Hall, a medieval manor house and home of the Dukes of Rutland, the Manners family, formerly home of the Vernons, in the Peak District by the River Wye near Bakewell, Derbyshire.

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Birchover understand that selling your home is an exciting, yet stressful, experience. Our team of sales experts work hard to proactively promote your property for sale across a variety of media – and we will also directly target potential buyers on our database.

Some people believe that the area was once used by Druids as a ceremonial worship site. This theory is supported by the local stone circle and the strange carvings to be found in the rock formation by the village.[citation needed]

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Eagle Tor is a small hamlet on the north western edge of the parish of Birchover.[1]

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Peak Rail have re-opened a section of the former Midland railway which ran between Matlock and Buxton. They are based at Rowsley South station and run services from there to Matlock.

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Birchover was mentioned in the Domesday book as belonging to Henry de Ferrers[2] and being worth eight shillings.[3]

Stanton Moor, and the Nine Ladies stone circle, Derbyshire - a scenic area with many bronze age relics and burial mounds overlooking Stanton in Peak and the Wye and Derwent valleys.

If you’re looking for somewhere to dine out or an impromptu beer stop then call in to The Druid Inn. We look forward to welcoming you.

Bradley Rocks, near Birchover features as the location of the farm in the 1987 film The Princess Bride.

The Druid Inn at Birchover is a traditional country pub, serving well kept local cask ales and delicious freshly cooked food. With a delightful mix of modern dining and traditional pub character, The Druid Inn is ideally located within the Peak District for walkers, day trippers and families on holiday. As members of CAMRA, managers Joyce & Rob are passionate about the ales at The Druid Inn and continually search for the latest and greatest that are available every month.

You will always find a warm welcome at Barn Farm. We are in the heart of the Peak District and we provide an idyllic location for camping.   We are located 7 miles south of the historic market town of Bakewell and 3 miles west of Matlock. Barn Farm is ideally situated to access the diverse array of local attractions.

The Limestone Way passes close by the farm, which is situated on the junction of no less than 4 major footpaths throughout the area. Bordering the farm is the mystical Stanton Moor with its ancient 'Nine Ladies' stone circle.  A little farther afield the River Lathkill provides the focus of a pleasant walk through the Lathkill Dale.  Robin Hood's Stride and Catcliffe Rocks are just 2 of the local climbing areas.

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Youlgrave or Youlgreave Church, Derbyshire, is one of the finest churches in the Peak District. The tombs of Thomas Cockayne, Sir John Rossington and Roger Rooe are especially fine.

Heights of Abraham are a tourist centre with two show caves - Rutland Cavern and Great Masson Mine - plus a cable car and other attractions, above Matlock Bath, Derbyshire.

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Caudwell's Mill, Rowsley, Derbyshire, is a working 19th century flour mill which still mills and sells flour. It is open for guided tours and there is also a mill shop and tea room.

The Red Lion Inn officially became a brewhouse in 1722 when alcohol licensing became law and the larger breweries we recognise today were yet to exist. In the 18th century, ale was widely brewed in both private and public houses, being consumed by the majority of the general public. In the case of The Red Lion, the well we see today in the floor of the tap room provided the water used for brewing and it is our intention to go back to using this water source in the future

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Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are close by.  Matlock Bath boasts the children's attraction 'Gullivers Kingdom' and a cable car to the Heights of Abraham.  There is also the Derbyshire Wildlife's Whistlestop Centre and Mining Museum.

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Robin Hood's Stride is a spectacular tor of gritstone rocks perched on a ridge between Harthill Moor and the Alport-Winster road in the Derbyshire Peak District.

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Birchover is a village and civil parish in the Peak District National Park, in Derbyshire, England. It is about five miles north-west of Matlock, and according to the 2001 UK census had a population of 362.