Edale Barn sits in the middle of a field overlooking the famous Mam Tor Hill and Hollins Cross with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

Edale village, and the start of The Pennine Way, is only a 10 minutes’ walk across the farm fields.

Within Edale village there are 2 public houses both catering for families, tourists and walkers.

Depending on the type of holiday or break you are after, there are many attractions that are only 30/40 minutes’ drive away. These include; Chatsworth House and Gardens, Derwent Valley, Ladybower Reservoir, Buxton, Castleton village with it’s famous caves, Eyam and Bakewell.

Edale Barn is a traditional barn or stone tent with a basic raised wooden sleeping platform and a small communal living area with a table and benches. Adjoining the barn, but with external access, is a cooking area and separate toilet, please not these are chemical toilets. There is no heating or electricity but there is a mains water tap into the cooking shelter.

Please bring your own bedding/camping mattresses/mats & sleeping bags, camping chairs, cooking equipment and torches. Dogs are not allowed as it is a working farm. You are welcome to bring a bbq but open fires are not allowed. Additional camping can be available with prior arrangement if numbers are a little more than 8.

Cars are to be left at the farm. Fire Pit and a bag of logs (£5) with prior arrangement can be waiting at the barn for your arrival for those cosy nights sitting round an open fire.