Speedwell House is close to a variety of different attractions in Castleton. If you’re looking for things to do in Castleton, it’s worth taking a look here.
You can search what you’re looking for and find attractions near to Speedwell House’s accommodation in Castleton. We have listed some of our favorite things to do in Castleton and have also estimated how far they are from our accommodation.
Hathersage – Open Air Swimming Pool and Little John’s Grave
Hathersage, one of the more interesting villages in the area, has links to Robin Hood through the grave of LittleRead more.
Ladybower Reservoir is near the Upper Derwent Reservoir, at the heart of the Peak National Park, in an area oftenRead more.
The Monsal Trail is a beautiful route for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair users, running along the former MidlandRead more.
National Trust Longshaw Estate
Longshaw Estate is excellent walking country with its ancient woods, tumbling streams, heather moorland and spectacular views of the PeakRead more.
Peak Cavern (The Devil’s Arse)
Peak Cavern, also known as ‘The Devil’s Arse’, is situated in Castleton, right across the road from Speedwell House BedRead more.
The striking ruins of Peveril Castle are located in Castleton, just a short walk away from Speedwell House. Visitors canRead more.
Speedwell Cavern is, unsurprisingly, not far from Speedwell House Bed and Breakfast in Castleton (hence the name), with the entranceRead more.
The Peveril Centre
This beautiful church is based in the centre of our beautiful village of Castleton. It often holds events, talks, weddingsRead more.
Stanage Edge is the perfect location for explorers, climbers, runners and ramblers. It is approximately 4 miles of continuous gritstoneRead more.