Local Information

Bamford has a lovely community owned pub, cafe and Post Office just a stroll up the street with live music most weekends. They also serve a great breakfast and evening meals.

Make sure you visit Ladybower and Derwent Reservoirs. Great views and walks and for the History Buffs the location used in practice by the Dam Busters.

Just down the road the village of Hope has a selection of traditional pubs serving food, cafés and some lovely little shops, while just over a mile away is the popular village of Castleton with its Norman Castle, numerous caves to explore and the imposing Winnats Pass.

Within an easy 4 minute drive of this fabulous house is Hathersage with its open air swimming pool, local cafes and restaurants. Nearby also are Edale, which is the start of the Pennine Way (check out the history of the plague here also) and the charming market towns of Bakewell and Buxton.

You are close to walks, cycling (road and mountain bikes) fishing, and golf.

We can help you organise some great things to do while you stay with us. Ask us about,

  • A Private Chef for that special dinner or high tea or ask about the totally inclusive weekend package
  • Murder Mystery
  • Casino Nights
  • Bike Hire (including retro road bikes) delivered to the house!!
  • Wine and Beer pre order
  • Clay Pigeon Shooting
  • Wine Tasting
  • Climbing
  • Golf
  • Paintball

Bamford Hall is perfect house for your luxurious group break.


Bamford Hall, The Hollow, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire. S33 0AU.

Bamford Hall is situated on The Hollow, however car access is via Mill Lane, which you turn into off Main Road. Once on Mill Lane the gates of the property will be visible after about 100 yards.

Getting to Bamford

Car from the North

You will be on the A57 (Snake Pass) and need to turn onto the A6013 (Ashopton Road) at Ladybower Reservoir.

Stay on this road past the Yorkshire Bridge Pub which will be on your right. As you get into the village of Bamford you will see the Anglers Rest Pub on your left keep going for approximately another half a mile and Mill Lane will be on your right.

NB.Ignore any Sat Nav attempts to take you onto the Hollow via a different route.

Car from the South

You will be on the A6187 which is called Hathersage Road if you are coming in from the South West and Castleton Road if you are arriving from the South East.

At Sicklehome Garage (Texaco) turn onto the A6013 and head north.

Go over a small bridge (railway station is on the right) keep going for about another quarter of a mile and Mill Lane will be on your left hand side.

By Train

Bamford is accessible by train from either Manchester or Sheffield.

On arrival walk onto the A6013 and head north for approximately 1/4 of a mile, and Mill Lane will be on the left hand side.

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