Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Pinegroves Caravan Park
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5 Theatre Yard, Low Pavement, Chesterfield, S40 1PF, Tel: 01246 277552(8 miles, 13 km)
Alcoco chocolates are made entirely by hand using impeccably sourced ingredients and highly inventive fillings. The bijou presentation, be-ribboned packaging and swoon-worthy chocolates all make Alcoco a failsafe gift for any occasion.
Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0JP, Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email(3 miles, 4 km)
One of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire with a 15th Century church. Ashover is home to a couple of ghosts, including the Laughing Cavalier who haunts the Black Swan. It's said that arrows for the Battle of Agincourt were made here!
An award-winning baby shop on the outside of Chesterfield Market Hall. Family run with a large range of baby products. Whether you’re looking for a new pram, baby gift or just wanting to stock up on clothes or toys, we’re here to help.
A friendly village in beautiful walking country with 3 good pubs, 2 of which serve excellent food. Barlow is much loved by anglers because of the Barlow Trout Fishery. Visit Barlow in August for the Carnival and the Well Dressing.
Join Blue Mountain Activities for exciting and fun outdoor adventure activities; rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, gorge scrambling, caving, activities for families, school, stag and hen groups, birthdays, corporate teambuilding.
Brackenfield, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 6AN, Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email(2 miles, 3 km)
Brackenfield was probably originally known as 'Brackenthwaite' meaning a bracken clearing. Today it is a scattered village centred around the very large Village Green. Well dressings are held here at the end of May.
Brampton Brewery relaunched in December 2007 produces four ales from its purpose-built site on Chatsworth Business Park – just 200 yards from where the operation is thought to have been based almost two centuries ago.
A 16th century property, originally built by two brothers from 1585 through to 1599 as a manor house. The Country Club is now a local family friendly venue minutes away from Chesterfield town centre.
Church Street, Brimington, CHESTERFIELD, Derbyshire, S43 1JG, Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email(10 miles, 16 km)
Three miles north-east of Chesterfield, on the road to Worksop, Brimington is described in the Domesday Book as a berewick of the Royal Manor of Newbold. One of its most impressive buildings is Ringwood Hall a Grade II listed manor house.
Speciality: Modern English menu
The ‘Restaurant with One Table’ and the Clowns Conservatory Restaurant are unique as they have no menus! Masterchef Nick Buckingham matches your meal to your tastes, using the best local ingredients, emphasising quality and freshness.
Calabria Cucina Italiana & Caffe Bar in Chesterfield town centre, offera fantastic wines, cold beers and a tasty, wide range of food from light snacks to evening meals.
Top Road, Calow, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5AA, Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email(9 miles, 14 km)
The village of Calow dates back to 1086 when it was known as 'Kalehal' (the bare corner of land). By 1430 it's name had become 'Calell', then 'Calo' in 1561. According to the Domesday Book, the manor house at Calow 'belonged to the king'.
A historic market town famous for the Crooked Spire Church of Saint Mary and All Saints. Markets are held every Monday, Friday and Saturday with a flea market held every Thursday and a farmers market on the 2nd Thursday of every month.
c/o Chesterfield Visitor Information, Rykneld Square, Chesterfield, S40 1SB, S40 1SB, Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email(8 miles, 13 km)
An area nestled between the Peak District and Robin Hood Country, where the town meets the countryside, where tracks and trails lead through sleepy villages, around meadows and moorland and into rippling river valleys.
Chesterfield Bowl is a well-established 16 lane Ten Pin Bowling Centre on the edge of Chesterfield town centre. The Bowl offers a relaxed atmosphere, which is perfect for all occasions.
Chesterfield Canal was surveyed by James Brindley and opened in 1777 to link Chesterfield to the River Trent at West Stockwith. For its time it was a magnificent engineering achievement, covering 46 miles and including a 2,880 yard tunnel.