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We can arrange the hire of 6 person hot tubs for your exclusive use throughout your stay at our cottages. Perfect for your event or just to relax with friends and family.
Please contact us for details and prices (please do not arrange hire of your own tub)
In the local area of Tideswell, you will find a full range of shops including a butchers, bakers, greengrocers, chemist, co-op and post office. There are two fish and chip shops, many cafes, and pubs serving food.
There are many excellent restaurants and pubs in the area, see some of our recommendations below. We advise you to book beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Traditional pub with catering options. Shows Sky Sports TV, an excellent place for large groups to have a meal.
A traditional country pub serving chilled ales and hot food.
Restaurant and Bar with real ales and locally sourced produce.
Pub food and bar with a selection of traditional cask ales with guest beers.
The Peak District is a fabulous area to visit on the doorstep of our cottages and provides places to see and things to do for all ages.
Tideswell is a large and very lively village with many areas of interest and places of outstanding natural beauty. Famous for its church, St John the Baptist, better known as the “Cathedral of the Peak”. Every year, visitors are drawn to the Peak District for the Well Dressings. Well dressing is celebrated in more than sixty towns and villages throughout the area during the Spring and Summer. The village wells are decorated with flower petals, berries, moss, cones and seeds, and a carnival and torchlight procession take place.
Historic spa town with a number of beautiful buildings including the Pavilion and Gardens, the Opera House, and the Crescent. Famous for its Buxton Water and ideal for shopping with a mixture of mainstream and independent shops.
The home of the world famous Bakewell Pudding. A picturesque town with many independent shops. In the first week of August, the annual Bakewell Show is held - a must see for all vistors with something for all the family.
A National Trust estate and stately home. If you remember the scene from Pride and Prejudice when Darcy swims across the lake and meets Elizabeth Bennett, this is the place to visit!
The oldest example of a medieval manor house. The house is a very popular film set, you may recognise it from Pride and Prejudice.
Our Cottages are in the heart of the Peak District, making them an ideal base for exploring local towns and attractions. From trails and cyle routes, to theme parks and shopping - there really is something for all everyone when you stay at Hulmes Vale Farm Cottages.
Mountain bike guiding for riders of all levels of experience across the bridleways of the Peak District, led by qualified instructors with over 15 years mountain biking experience.
From Paintballing to Quad Biking, Archery to Pistol shooting - If you're looking for something a little different Wild Park Derbyshire is the place for you!