Stanshope Hall

Address: Stanshope, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England, DE6 2AD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Stanshope, Peak District National Park, is near Kinder Scout.
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    Travel Blogs from Peak District National Park

    The big trip

    A travel blog entry by chrismorgan on Aug 11, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... without a clue in the world. We approached the woman behind the first desk, nose pierced, knotted hair and asked "we want to go travelling?" at first she didn't say anything, but her response was written all over her face "no ****". But in a more diplomatic answer she replies "where do you want to go?". To be honest we hadn't a clue, we filled our arms with all the brochures they had to offer, walked out and had a thorough read through. After much deliberation we set ...

    Day 5 - Manchester & Nantwich

    A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Aug 04, 2015

    5 photos

    Six & 1/2 hour flight from Toronto to Manchester. Always tiring ... Especially for Murray as he can't sleep sitting up on the plane. Arrived to Manchester at 11:15 am their time. Got through customs & bags arrived safe & sound. Had to wait a bit longer as Don & Christine's flight was an hour late arriving from Geneva. Once we got them, we caught the train to Crewe & ...

    Day 2 York to Nottingham

    A travel blog entry by lee.anderson on Jul 30, 2015

    12 photos

    ... seemed to go slow, especially as it was a gradual incline. It was a great find to avoid the busy roads and pedal along having a snack. Nottinghamshire was more rolling hills but I found the miles went by easier, with an injection of pace thanks to a coffee stop. The way I came into Nottingham was really nice. I didn't see the city until I went over a little climb and it looked quite beautiful when it appeared in front of me. Today the roads were very flat but I made slow progress in ...

    The End of 2014 1)The first real challenge.

    A travel blog entry by theresaford on Oct 25, 2014

    20 photos

    ... day and eating, drinking and sharing life stories in the evenings!
    I always knew the Peak District was stunning but thanks to Clare, our wonderful guide, I saw parts of it that I never knew existed. And the best bit? Clare has done the walk in Nepal and at the end of the week said she thought I'd manage it as long as I kept up the training ...

    The Peaks

    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Jul 01, 2013

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... the old route of the disused Leek and Manifold Light Railway. So we set out looking like total townies in jeans and unsuitable footwear. We felt out of place without walking poles. But really, we're from NZ, I once had a driveway that was more perilous than these tracks. The weather had worsened a bit – we were only expecting a high of 15 degrees in what is meant to be summer. ...