Around 5 miles from Hartington
Dog friendly Large Country House (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Hot tub, Free internet access
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Around 7 miles from Hartington
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Cottages, Apartments & Lodges in Hartington, Derbyshire, England
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Hartington is a delightful village in the centre of the 'White Peak' - the limestone region which forms the southern park of the Peak District National Park.Only a short walk from the River Dove Hartington lies at the northern end of the gorges which mark the famous section of that river's course, in particular Dovedale.The village is centred around the former market square, flanked by the mere (the duck pond), which has been here since ancient times. Regular markets have now ceased, but the original charter for a market was granted by King John in 1203 and for centuries they gave Hartington a leading role in this area, hence the village having some impressive old properties..
Around the market place are several pubs and hotels, plus a number of tea shops and cafes, and a few other shops. With its ancient mere, the market place is a lovely place to stroll around on a warm summer's day and is usually busy with tourists in summer.
At the far side of the square lies the 'Old Cheese Shop', which used to sell cheese made in the cheese factory although this closed in 2009 with the loss of 190 jobs. However the cheese shops remains and is still a major draw. For many visitors the main attraction of Hartington is its situation, located as it is in the centre of an area with some of the best walking and cycling in England.This is a superb location for outdoor enthusiasts. However the area is perhaps most famous for its fishing. It was just outside Hartington that Charles Cotton lived at Beresford Hall, and it was here that Izaak Walton wrote the famous 'The Compleat Angler'. The Dove is still a famous fishing river and a magnet for anglers from all over the world.