A Trip to Castleton
We believe that a day in the lovely village of Castleton in Derbyshire is a must for all visitors to the Peak District National Park. It’s surrounded by beautiful scenery, nestled in the hills of the Hope Valley, and there’s something here to suit pretty much everyone.
There are no less than four impressive show caverns to please adventurous kids of all ages, and visitors who prefer a gentle pace of exploration will enjoy wandering the narrow lanes, browsing the independent shops and sampling the fare in the many tea rooms, restaurants and pubs.
Also, don’t miss a walk up the steep hill to see the ruins of Peveril Castle, one of England’s earliest Norman fortresses – the views over the Hope Valley are incredible.
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How do I get to Castleton?
Castleton is located at the western end of the Hope Valley in Derbyshire, on the A6187. The Peak District National Park Authority Visitor Information Centre is a great place to start your tour from, with a large car park, a café and gift shop, as well as plenty of information for your visit. The postcode is S33 8WN.
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