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Longshaw is a beautiful part of the Peak District looked after by the National Trust. From a family day out to a base for serious walkers and cyclists, Longshaw has trails for all abilities and interests. Look out for spectacular wildlife and...more
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Near Fox House, Grindleford | S11 7TZ, Peak District National Park S11 7TZ, England
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We had a lovely walk on the estate, around the lake and through Padley Gorge to Grindleford station and back on the other side of Burbage Brook. What a lovely walk with fantastic Autumn colours on display through the woods and huge rocks/boulders to climb...More
Spent a nice couple of hours walking from Longshaw Estate through Padley Gorge to Grindleford railway station & back. Highly recommended but the walk down was a bit slippery so watch out. Arrived at Grindleford & had a welcoming cuppa & the cafe was very...More
A wonderful place to take in a long or short walk. We started from Grindleford Station through Padley Gorge which in itself is a staggeringly beautiful short trek, we then headed over the road to the Estate a rooms and enjoyed a lovely hot drink...More
Although situated only a few miles outside Sheffield The Longshaw Estate provides a magnificent contrast to the bustle of urban life whatever the season.
There is a variety of clearly designated and well maintained paths around the estate, some of which offer a variety of...More
As a member visited last Sunday ( 7/10) and was manic with visitors which was great. All went well until tried to purchase guide book in shop (which was packed) and notice at counter stated I must pay at catering till....no way as there must...More
What a find. It seems this place is well known by locals but does not get picked up if you google something like ‘walking in the Peaks’.
It is just beautiful and takes you for a walk down the gorge and through ancient woodland. We...More
We had a great time today. We parked near the cafe and came across some "fairy houses" which my 2yo loved, and then had a gentle stroll to the duck pond. My toddler also liked the cottage garden behind the cafe. There's a good picnic...More
Response from MeganC3326 | Property representative |
Hello there, the tea room and visitor centre is open to all. The benefits of National Trust membership include free parking and the chance to give back to the estate, but all are more than welcome to use the facilities.