A Walk from Tissington to Parwich
The perfect little village of Tissington, on the southern edge of the Peak District National Park, is a must-see for any visitor to the area. A pretty collection of stone cottages lie clustered around a gracious stately home, in a village complete with a duck pond, six ancient wells, a church, a fabulous tea room and some wonderful independent shops.
At the heart of Tissington village stands the magnificent Tissington Hall, a Jacobean house dating from 1609. It has remained in the hands of the same family, the Fitzherberts, since it was first built, and is still a family home today.
Our easy 4 mile circular walk from Tissington village takes you along country lanes and over field paths offering fabulous views, all the way to the equally charming village of Parwich. There’s a cosy country pub in Parwich for halfway refreshments if needed. From Parwich the route heads back over field paths and along the peaceful Tissington Trail all the way back to Tissington.
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How do I get to Tissington?
Tissington is located in the south of the Peak District National Park, just off the A515 Buxton to Ashbourne road. Our walk starts and ends in the centre of the village, opposite Herbert’s Tea Rooms, postcode DE6 1RA.
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