Lydiate Barn is on the edge of the Peak District National Park

From the barn you will have easy access to 555 square miles of Peak District National Park. Explore charming towns and villages, and have the freedom to escape from the crowds on miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycle trails.

EXPLORE GREAT HOUSES & ESTATES

Chatsworth House and Estate

Chatsworth is indisputably the jewel in the crown of the Peak District. Home to the Cavendish family since the 16th Century, Chatsworth House is a magnificent English country house set in over 1,000 acres of parkland, with over 100 acres of stunning formal gardens

Haddon Hall

Haddon is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful medieval manor houses in the whole of England, and rightly so.  It’s an absolute must-see for any visitor to the Peak District.

Lyme Park 

Lyme Park is a magnificent Regency mansion, set in a 1,400 acre estate and deer park, on the western edge of the Peak District and owned by the National Trust.

Tissington Hall

At the heart of Tissington village stands the magnificent Tissington Hall, a Jacobean house dating from 1609.  It has remained in the hands of the same family, the Fitzherberts, since it was first built and is still a family home today.

 

Chatsworth House
The Great Outdoors

Explore the Great Outdoors

Kinder Downfall and Kinder Reservoir can both be accessed within the same walk from Hayfield, here you can experience the moors and some of the Peak District wilderness.

Closeby to Lydiate Barn is Lantern Pike and Mellor Cross with stunning views over Kinder and the Cheshire Plains

The impressive Torrs Millennium Walkway in New Mills is worth finding during your stay. Set within a steep-sided gorge it forms the final link in the Midshires Way long distance path.

The Sett Valley Trail is the old Manchester railway line and is now perfect for a walk, or ride through gorgeous countryside.

Other places of note to visit are, Castleton, Mam Tor and Winnats Pass including the caverns, also, the Spa Town of Buxton is a must see too.

Explore the Great Outdoors

Kinder Downfall and Kinder Reservoir can both be accessed within the same walk from Hayfield, here you can experience the moors and some of the Peak District wilderness.

Closeby to Lydiate Barn is Lantern Pike, Mellor Cross ....

The impressive Torrs Millennium Walkway in New Mills is worth finding during your stay. Set within a steep-sided gorge it forms the final link in the Midshires Way long distance path.

The Sett Valley Trail is the old Manchester railway line and is now perfect for a walk, or ride through gorgeous countryside.

Other places of note to visit are, Castleton, Mam Tor and Winnats Pass including the caverns, also, the Spa Town of Buxton is a must see too.

The Great Outdoors

Visitor Attractions

Pooles Cavern

Poole’s Cavern in Buxton is the all-weather location where you can shelter from the rain in winter or find cool in the shade during summer.

Go Ape

2-3 hours of daring ropes course challenges, stomach-churning swings and electrifying zip wires

Blue John, Peak Cavern, Treak Cliff Cavern

A visit to Castleton, brilliant walking country and also caverns to explore if it rains.

Matlock Farm Park

There are loads of animals to see and feed, including meerkats, llamas, wallabies, deer and peacocks, as well as plenty of familiar farmyard favourites.

Heights of Abraham

The Heights in Matlock Bath has been one of the region’s most popular visitor attractions ever since it first opened in 1787 – and it’s not hard to see why! It’s now a multi-award-winning destination on the edge of the Peak District National Park

Alton Towers

Alton Towers, on the edge of the Peak District needs little introduction?! It’s the largest theme park in the UK and covers 910 acres, split across 10 themed areas of action and adventure!

Crich Tramway Village

Home to the National Tramway Museum, with more than 60 vintage trams for you to admire

Pooles Cavern Buxton


Lydiate Barn Holidays
Lydiate Farm, Briargrove Road, Birch Vale, Derbyshire SK22 1AY

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