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Set in 40 acres of mixed pasture and wooded land, Rushop Hall is a jewell within the crown of The Peak District National Park. The recently openened ( Easter 2013) "The No Car Cafe" offers the final element that enables visitors to take a break from the rigors of their activities to enjoy a quiet moment and take a spot of lunch before continuing upon their journey.
Rushop Hall offers self catering and serviced B&B accomodation to walkers, cyclists and horse riders visiting The Peak District. Situated on The Pennine Bridleway between Castleton and Chapel-en-le-Frith and approximately 4 km from The Pennine Way at Edale, Rushop Hall is an ideal place to base yourself for exploring the surrounding areas of the White and Dark Peaks. Mam Tor, Kinder Scout and The Pennine Way are all within easy reach and it is only 500 meters from the open moorlands leading to Hayfield and Kinder beyond.
Rushop Hall has accommodation for up to 26 guests in a combination of B&B and self catering accommodation and also has a licensed central dining area to serve breakfast, lunch and evening meals.