Peak District, Derbyshire

Self catering accommodation for up to 50 people
in the heart of the Peak District

For further information contact Jeremy Holmes, Centre Manager, on 07845 641167

Football pitch

Main hall

The Local Area

Local Activity Supplier

If you're looking to add activities during your stay then the nearby Lindley Educational Trust may be able to help. Based at the Hollowford Centre, a short distance from us across the fields, offer a wide variety of activities from abseiling to caving through to high ropes and raft building. Visit their website for more information on their activities: There are other providers in the Hope Valley, but as with the above, you are to organise these yourself and ensure that your/their insurance cover your group.

Information Centres

Coach hire


Hope Station is half way between Sheffield and Manchester. Hope is the next village down the valley, approximately 2 miles away.


Show caves in Castleton:

For serious caving with journeys up to several hours:

Mountain biking

The Peak Park run Hire Centres at Fairholmes near Derwent reservoir (12 miles) 01433 651261 and Hayfield 01663 746222.


Water sports

And many more things to do

The Rotary Centre is 18 miles from Sheffield and 25 miles from Manchester. It is easily accessible from all over the UK, being only 40 minutes from both the M1 and the M6.

The postcode for SatNav is S33 8WB - but this will take you to a nearby farm some three fields away so please use the instructions below once you get into the village:

From Sheffield: Enter the village, turn right into Millbridge and continue ahead, the road forks in front of you, take the right fork and you will see the Rotary sign at the bottom of the gravel lane to the Centre.

The Centre is owned and operated by The Sheffield Rotary Charity (a registered charity No. 225487) with the management team made up from members of the Rotary Club of Sheffield.

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