Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Cowclose Barn
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.
Named after the famous North American explorer and chief surveyor for the Hudson Bay Company, Peter Fidler, who wwas born in Bolsover in 1769, the Reserve includes picnic area, new pathways and viewpoints overlooking the Doe Lea Valley.
Pilsley is a rural village in Northeast Derbyshire, near Chesterfield. Many people think that Pilsley and Lower Pilsley, a smaller village just below Pilsley, make one village, but most of the locals disagree.
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.
Poolsbrook 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.
Built to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, the Park opened in 1887. It has a cricket ground, boating lake, miniature train, children's play areas and Victorian Bandstand.
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.
Coach park: Free
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.
A tiny hamlet surrounded by beautiful countryside yet just a few minutes from the busy M1 motorway. The village is home to the ruin of Sutton Scarsdale Hall, once one of Derbyshire's finest stately homes.
Temple Normanton - a township in the parish of Chesterfield, hundred of Scarsdale, county Derby, 2½ miles S.E. of Chesterfield, its post town, and is 3 miles north east of the Clay Cross railway station.
A beautifully restored traditional country inn, with parts of the original building being over 400 years old. Located in spectacular countryside, five miles west of Chesterfield.
Handley is an ancient settlement whose name comes from Anglo-Saxon origins meaning 'high wood or clearing'. There are 3 tiny hamlets in a close cluster, surrounded by pretty countryside - West Handly, Middle Handley and Nether Handley.
The Herb Garden & Auntie Jackie's Tea Rooms are a social enterprise and part of the Enable Group, providing Supported Community Activities for people with learning difficulties. Main Garden, Physic Garden, Lavender and Pot Pourri gardens.
42 Green Lane, Dronfield, Derbyshire, S18 2LJ, Tel: 01246 292222, (4 miles, 6kms)
Stylish and contemporary India restaurant in Dronfield serving an A La Carte Menu.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Old Post. Rumoured to be the third oldest building in Chesterfield. The Old Post prides itself in showcasing some of the best food in the region.