Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Cowclose Barn
This Indian restaurant is on the edge of Chesterfield town centre, near the Crooked Spire Church and just across from the Pomegranate Theatre. It offers great food and drink in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Koo Coffee and Deli is situated on Chatsworth Road in Chesterfield. This family-run cafe offers people a chilled out and relaxed atmosphere and was awarded 'highly commended' at the Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards 2011.
284 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 2BY, Tel: 01246 277888, Email, (3 miles, 5kms)
Combining all our bakery, café and hospitality experience, Meringue is going to be a very interesting and exciting place to be. With the emphasis as always on quality produce, excellent service and attention to detail.
38 Wheatbridge Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 2AB, Tel: 01246 554330, www.dynastyrestaurant.webs.com, (4 miles, 6kms)
Chinese restaurant within walking distance of Chesterfield town centre. Enjoy a range of Pekinese, Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine.
Call in all day for coffee cake, lunch or a fine dining evening meal experience. Nonsolovino is both a contemporary specialist wine shop and a restaurant featured in the 2013 Good Food Guide and the 2013 Michelin Guide.
A haven of politeness and quality, Northern Tea Merchants award winning café offers some of the world's finest teas and coffees to drink or buy along with excellent home made meals and an eye catching range of tea and coffee related gifts.
Organic hot and cold food served all day Monday to Saturday. The cold deli on the ground floor is mainly vegetarian and the café upstairs caters for all tastes.
Speciality: The O.K. burger and chips made from only organic products.
The Pavements Shopping Centre was opened in 1981 by their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales. It had taken nearly three years to complete and special attention was paid to the conserving and styling of the shop fronts.
Darley Road Stonedge, Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0LW, Tel: 01246 566142, www.redlionpubandbistro.com, (4 miles, 6kms)
This stone built pub has a beautiful rural setting with wonderful views. The food is mostly sourced locally and is prepared fresh on a daily basis.
Chesterfield's theatre opened in 1949 in the Stephenson Memorial Hall which was built in 1879 to commemorate George Stephenson, who moved to Chesterfield in 1838. Originally called the Civic Theatre, it changed to the Pomegranate in 1982.
Pools Brook Country Park covers 180 acres and boasts a visitor centre, children's adventure playground, cafe, picnic sites and four miles of trails of cycling, horse riding and walking and lakes for angling.
Renishaw Hall Gardens are Italian in design and were laid out over 100 years ago by Sir George Sitwell. The garden is divided into 'rooms' with yew hedges, flanked with classical statues.
Once an alehouse, Revolution House takes its name from the Revolution of 1688. It was the site of a meeting between three local noblemen who began making plans for their part in the Revolution that put William and Mary on the throne.