Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District from Callow Hall
Get out and explore
Whether you're a foodie looking to sample the best that the local eateries have to offer or a keen cyclist eager to hit the trails, we're surrounded by some of the country's top attractions. From walking routes and off-road paths to stately homes and villages brimming with culture, you'll find it all, right on our doorstep. Read on to find out more about our favourite places and activities.
Our team are always are on hand to help you make the most of your stay, and we encourage you to visit peakdistrict.com – a really useful hub of information. Pop down to the Map Room in the Coach House, where we have made planning your adventure easy and enjoyable. Trail and Dutch bikes are available to borrow and Electric bikes can be rented.
Cycling through the Peak District is an exhilarating experience, and among the best routes out there is the Tissington Trail. The trail has around 13 miles of tracks and runs from the city of Ashbourne to Parsley Hall.
This short walk runs from Hitter Hill to the swallow hole on Dragon's Back and boasts breathtaking views across the Peak District. Why not stop off at the pub for a bite to eat and a pint before you head off?
Passed down through 16 generations, this grand stately home is brimming with ancient art, stunning architecture, and glorious gardens, just waiting to be explored. You can even eat and shop on the estate, too.
With clusters of pretty stone cottages surrounding a gorgeous stately home, a beautiful church, charming tea shop and cafe, and six ancient wells, you'll struggle to find a more perfect Peak District village than this.
Home to the Shrovetide football match, where a massive game is played through the village, this historic market town is right on our doorstep. With over 200 listed buildings, you will find a historic gem around every corner.
Mam Tor Walk
This short, family-friendly trail offers one of the Peak District's most iconic views, and follows a route that is steeped in history. Most walkers should be able to follow this route without any difficulty at all.