Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Cowclose Barn
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'.
Casa is Chesterfield's only 4 star hotel. Delicious dining options, contemporary meeting spaces and exceptionally comfortable bedrooms combine to bring a touch of luxury to Chesterfield.
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.
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.
Chesterfield Library has much more than just books – a free information service, internet access, free wifi and Browser’s coffee shop. Events include storytimes, music concerts and author visits.
To market to market, to buy ... you'll be surprised at what you can buy at Chesterfield Market, it's just a matter of finding it among the many stalls at one of the biggest open air markets in the country.
The Museum tells the Story of Chesterfield, from its Roman origins to its growth as a market town and up to the present day. It has a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events.
This recently refurbished, purpose built Visitor Information Centre provides information on Chesterfield, Derbyshire and the UK. Services on offer include accommodation booking, local theatre tickets and National Express coach tickets..
We specialise in handmade chocolate using traditional methods and unique colouring techniques to design unusual gifts and cakes with a personal touch. We pride ourselves on our traditional values and providing a first class service to all.
Alma Leisure Park, Derby Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 2ED, Tel: 01246 229177, www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/14, (4 miles, 7kms)
Modern 10 screen cinema located close to Chesterfield town centre.
A small town developed by the 'Father of the Railways' George Stephenson, who discovered coal whilst building the Clay Cross Tunnel and founded the Clay Cross Company. The tunnel still survives today and is know locally as the Mile Long.
Established in 1926 as Chesterfield Miners Welfare and now known as Club Chesterfield, we provide great facilities for the people of Chesterfield. We are the home of both Chesterfield Folk Club and Chesterfield Jazz Club.
Coal Aston is now almost part of the larger town of Dronfield. The village sits on a ridge overlooking Sheffield and Dronfield, bounded on the south by Frith Wood. This ancient wood shows evidence of coppicing carried out generations ago.
10 Cavendish Walk, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 6DB, Tel: 01246 825235, www.facebook.com/courtyardkitchenbolsover, (10 miles, 15kms)
Cafe set in a quiet courtyard with alfresco dining area. All food is home cooked and freshly prepared to order.