Accomodation Details First-floor apartment, over three floors. One second-floor king-size bedroom with en-suite cloakroom. Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, heated towel rail and WC. First-floor open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed
Area Glossop, a thriving ex-mill town in Derbyshire's northwest, is encircled by the Peak District's breathtaking beauty. There are many stores, bars, and eateries in the town, as well as a golf course with a pay-per-play system. Glossop Hall, which belonged to the Dukes of Norfolk, previously stood on the grounds of Manor Park, which is close by. With bowling greens, a semi-natural woodland, a kids' play area, and tennis courts, it now makes a great summertime picnic location. The surrounding Peak District National Park, which has many attractions for tourists, cyclists, and walkers, is also easily accessible from the town of Glossop. One of these is the quiet community of Hayfield, which is less than five miles away and well-liked by walkers because it is so close to Kinder Scout. With its own selection of bars, cafes, and restaurants, Edale, which is a little further away but serves as the beginning of the Pennine Way, is well suited for tourists. The Peak District is home to Chatsworth House, the spa town of Buxton, and a number of other beautiful locations to explore in addition to its stunning scenery. Explore the mining museum in Matlock, the well-known Blue John show caverns in Castleton, and the Derwent Valley reservoirs, where The Dambusters trained for low-level flight during World War II. Manchester, with all the amenities and attractions of a large metropolis, is only 15 miles distant and only 30 minutes by train. The United and City football stadiums, a plethora of high-end and specialty stores, theatres, dining options, a music venue, and a hopping nightlife can all be found in this area. You can be sure that your trip will be filled with exciting activities and sightseeing thanks to all the nearby attractions.