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Round Meadow Barn - B&B
Round Meadow Barn, Parsons Lane, Hope
Hope Valley
Derbyshire
S33 6RB
ENGLAND

Contact: Gill & Geof Harris
Tel: 01433 621347
  • £Please enquire per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 4
  • Round Meadow Barn - B&B Grading : N/A
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Round Meadow Barn - B&B Hope Valley -
    BEDROOM 1.
    A spacious double / twin room with a superb view over the centre of the valley.
    Tea and coffee making facilities with fresh biscuits.
    Colour TV.

    BEDROOM 2.
    A spacious twin / triple room with a superb view over the hills towards the Ladybower reservoir.
    Tea and coffee making facilities with fresh biscuits.

    Colour TV with teletext.

    LOCALITY:
    Bamford and Shatton and Thornhill Bradwell
    Castleton Hathersage
    Hope and Aston Castleton Caverns
    Peveril Castle
    Edale Ladybower
    Stanage Edge

    Nearby:
    Overlooked by the Iron Age fort on Mam Tor, Edale Valley is the wide expanse of green which lies just to the south of the great gritstone and peat mass of Kinder Scout, which is usually accepted as the southern end of the Pennines.

    Probably not permanently settled in Saxon times, Edale (called 'Aidale' in the Domesday Book) became part of the 'Royal Forest of the Peak' after the Norman conquest. This 'Royal Forest' covered a large proportion of the modern Peak District and in it farming and settlements were discouraged because they got in the way of the hunting.

    This meant that Edale developed slowly throughout mediaeval times. There were herdsmans' shelters or 'booths' at what are now the hamlets of Upper Booth, Barber Booth, Ollerbrook Booth and Nether Booth. The central 'booth' was Grindsbrook Booth - now usually called Edale Village. Five Royal Farms were established in the reign of King John but it was not until the Royal Forest system effectively collapsed in Tudor times that proper settlements developed in the valley. In Elizabethan times the valley was effectively a large cattle ranch based around the five farms.

    Round Meadow Barn - B&B  -   Hope Valley   -   Derbyshire

    Contact:  Gill & Geof Harris   Tel:  01433 621347   -   Website: > (Click Here)


     







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