The Devonshire Arms

Address: Nether End, Baslow, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nether End, Baslow, is near Chatsworth, Haddon Hall (Bakewell), Eyam Plague Village Museum, and Bloomers Original Bakewell Puddings.
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    Travel Blogs from Baslow

    The Arches (town of)

    A travel blog entry by jillianp on Sep 12, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    today everyone else has gone for what will doubtless be a very soggy hike up Kinder Scout. Having no raincoat and only one pair of usefull shoes, I opted to stay and mind the boat.
    Between showers (and under some) I took a stroll to the nearest town, New Mills.
    It has more arches than anywhere I've seen. It is built on the side of a very steep hill. The rivers Goyt and Sett meet in the bottom of the valley and the water supply ...

    On the Macclesfield

    A travel blog entry by jillianp on Sep 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... several incarnations over the years, now turned into blocks of flats or offices. One houses, amongst other things, the Canalside Radio, a cafe and tourist centre. Other old buildings have been turned into small manufacturing units or arts spaces.
    We are now on the peak forest canal and it is lovely. When the hedges aren't too high, or trees too thickly grown, there are beautiful views of the moors and the peaks across the valley.

    Pumps and Tunnels

    A travel blog entry by jillianp on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... over the hill. It takes about 40 mins to get through, the ceiling is very low in places and the whole thing curves a little. It is about 2 klms long. Travelling through there really brings the meaning of 'a light at the end of the tunnel' home. You can see very a tiny spec at the end (which is the electric lights I think because they close the doors at the ends when there are boats in to prevent any others ...

    Day Twenty One: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Apr 27, 2015

    ... and drinking pints during the game. He also has the attitude that the under 11's is about winning, which is also completely wrong. The format of the game is 8 players per side and a total of 16 overs for the innings. They bat in pairs and four overs each. They then get to bowl two overs each. Nikki and I umpired eight overs each of both innings. Once again I was fooled by the English weather and was only wearing shorts and a jumper when the weather turned bitterly ...

    The Great Trek across England - Coast to Coast

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 02, 2013

    16 comments, 32 photos

    ... with a historical church and back. We read and snoozed until mid-afternoon tea, with everything but cucumber sandwiches. Nothing much else to bore you with, though this might be the time to say that everyone we meet is very friendly and helpful. There are lots of walkers, most of whom are also doing the Coast to Coast. Day 18 June 19th: Reeth to Richmond. The day was relatively easy with a pleasant, nearly level walk of 10.9 miles in sunny weather. We largely followed ...