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WHEELDON TREES FARM

Great for Walkers

Leave the Car at Home

There are lots of reasons to visit Wheeldon Trees without your car… There are so many fabulous walks in and around Wheeldon Trees Farm and there are special offers for guests who visit us without a car !

Walks from the door in all directions from Wheeldon Trees Farm, just step out of your cottage and explore…

We’ve created a range of self-guided walks – available on laminated sheets in all of the cottages – from 30 minutes to 2 hours long…

* The Low Road to Earl Sterndale
* Up High Wheeldon
* Across The Upper Dove Valley to Longnor
* The High Peak Trail and The Royal Oak
* The High Road to Earl Sterndale
* Crowdecote Circular
* Parkhouse and Chrome Hills
* 45 Minute Circuit from the Door
* High Needham Circular

Off you go !
We also have an extensive selection of Peak District maps and walking guides for you to use during your stay.

Guided Walks

If you’re looking for something a bit different, why not take a walk with a difference?
Local guides Sally Mosley and Cath Lee leads a variety of different walks around the Peak District, each with a special theme…..

Sally’s website and Cath’s website will give you all the information you need…..

Wondering how to get here without a car ? Plan your trip to Wheeldon Trees by public transport…

And when you’re here, as well as :
• 5% discount on our prices for arriving by public transport
• A complimentary Derbyshire Breakfast Basket on arrival
• A freezer full of home-made dishes and desserts
• A larder full of essentials including bread, pasta, sauces, milk, tinned vegetables etc.
• A great selection of walks from the door
• Complimentary use of our electric bikes
• A full refund for bus travel on the 442 which passes our door on its way to Buxton in one direction and Ashbourne in the other…

Leave your worries (and your car !) behind

Well we weren’t quite sure what was eating the food we put out, but now we are. Hello Herbie Hedgehog ! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Ahh what a treat bless him. Xx

Ahh that's great how lovely xx

Ahh 😍😍 lovely to see

Adorable x

I've been meaning to post this poem for ages. First poem we've had dedicated to us. Brought a tear to my eye...!

For Deborah and Martin

Around a corner
to behold
Trees emerge
Different shades
more besides
Stone cottages
A welcome awaits
Flowers bright.
Embrace the air
On one’s face
Alpacas, lambs
delight.
From busy towns
to green countryside
Where people’s
gentleness care
is found.
From a hill
a sunset
cast a glow
Beauty that shows.
Wonderful peace
To know.

Maureen Thornton, Jun 2018

Thank you both so much…
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Fire on the Staffordshire moorlands...bit too close for comfort. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Do hope you aren’t affected.

Hope it doesn't come any closer

Sending some rain over, fingers crossed it helps.

Rain dance 💃 for you! Hoping it comes no closer...

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