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Mam Tor

Mam Tor is a 1696 ft hill near Castleton in High Peak. It is one of the most ...
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The Elder Tree

The Elder Tree offers private chef dinner parties at Six Litton Mill. Your chef, Tom has trained in ...
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The Red Lion at Litton

The Red Lion Inn is located in Church Lane, Litton (SK17 8QU). Nestled on the green in this ...
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Buxton Walk

This is a walk that starts and finishes in the Buxton Pavilion Gardens. It goes to Solomon's Tower ...
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Bakewell

Bakewell is a market town at the end of the Monsal Trail. You can walk (2 hours) or ...
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Cressbrook Mill

Cressbrool Mill is located very near Litton Mill - you can reach it on foot either via the ...
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Chesterfield Canal

The Chesterfield Canal is a beautiful waterway. Built more than 200 years ago to transport lead, iron and ...
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Heights of Abraham

The Heights of Abraham is a tourist attraction in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, England. It consists of a hilltop ...
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Information on Buxton

Buxton, located 6 miles (15 mins) from Six Litton Mill, is a thermal spa town nestled in the ...
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Great Longstone Walk

This walk departs from the Monsal Trail near Great Longstone Station. It is 4 miles in length and ...
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Bolsover Castle

Bolsover Castle is a 25 mile (45 min) drive east from Six Litton Mill. Head towards Tideswell then ...
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Derwent Valley Mills

The Derwent Valley Mills are about 28 miles (45 min) drive from Six Litton Mill via the A6. ...
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Monsal Head Hotel

You can access the Monsal Head Hotel from the Monsal Trail. Take the pathway off that goes off ...
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Eyam

Eyam is a small village located 7 miles from Six Litton Mill. The village has an interesting history ...
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Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House is a stately home in the Derbyshire Dales 3.5 miles north-east of Bakewell, and 13 miles ...
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Water-cum-Jolly

This is one of the most scenic and remote dales in the Peak District. It is located on ...
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Lime Kilns

The Lime kilns to the east and west of Millers Dale Station are examples of commercial kilns built ...
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Tideswell

Tideswell is very close to Litton Mill. Take the Litton Mill Road and turn right on the B6049 ...
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Ashford Bobbin Mill

Located on the south bank of the River Wye at (SK182696) is the old Ashford Bobbin Mill. This ...
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Cycling To Buxton

The Monsal Trail is a great cycling experience. It is well surfaced and has easy gradients. The Monsal ...
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Pavilion Gardens

Located in the centre of Buxton, the 23-acre Pavilion Gardens show off the Victorian splendour of Buxton. The ...
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Upperdale Walk

This is a favourite walk. It can be varied and reversed depending on your wishes. The first part ...
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Cressbrook Tideswell Walk

This walk starts and finishes at Litton Mill and it takes some stunning scenery along the River Wye, ...
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Monsal Trail

The Monsal Trail is a walking/riding trail that goes through some of the Peak Districts most spectacular limestone ...
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The Real Oliver Twist?

The original 19th-century mill became notorious during Industrial Revolution the for its unsavoury employment practices. The Poor Law ...
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Heage Windmill

“Heage” is derived from “High Edge”. Heage Windmill was built in 1797 and restored in 2002. Itis the ...
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Anglers Rest

This is the closest pub to Six Litton Mill. Its little over a mile along the road by ...
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Crich Tramway Village

Take the A6 south-east towards Derby, and in less than an hour you will be at the National ...
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Poole’s Cavern and Park

Poole’s Cavern is a two million-year-old limestone cavern. It is considered one of the finest show caves in ...
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