Bubnell Cliff Farm is ideally situated for visits to Chatsworth House and romantic Haddon Hall. A little further a field are Eyam Hall, Hardwick Hall, Lyme Park, Bolsover Castle, Renishaw Hall and Kedleston Hall.
The Emperor Fountain at Chatsworth
If you enjoy the more strenuous outdoor life and fresh air there is much to do in the area.
The farm is the perfect location for ramblers walking the Heritage Way – 13 miles from Ladybower – if you want to make it a long day or 5 miles from Rowsley and 7 miles from Hathersage if you want to take it in smaller stages.
Climbers are also well catered for in the area with Stanage, Froggatt, Curbar, Baslow, Birchens and Gardoms Edges all within easy reach and offering climbs of various degrees of difficulty.
Cycling is also popular and cycles can be hired at different points in the area. The Derwent, High Peak & Tissington Trails are all within approx 25 minutes drive. www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/cycle/
Mountain Biking along Derwent Edge above Ladybower
Photo by Richard Starkie
For the more adventurous the area has numerous paths and trails, which are suitable for the mountain bike enthusiast.
Horse Riders – we are able to make available stabling or a grass paddock for anyone who would like to bring their horse to Derbyshire. Overnight parking is available for horse boxes. (prior arrangement necessary)
Magnificent Views and Picturesque Villages
If all of the above sounds a bit too energetic why not take a leisurely look at some of the Peak District’s beautiful scenery
Derwent Dam at Ladybower
Winnats Pass near Castleton
| Lathkill Dale in winter
Monsal Dale’s famous Viaduct and sleepy river Wye