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Satnav: enter “New House Farm DE6 1JL”

On the B5035 (travelling West from Ashbourne or East from Matlock) when in the village of Kniveton, turn opposite the Church onto Longrose Lane.
Drive 400 yards to the cross roads where Closes Caravan Site is on the left.
Take the 1 o’clock exit and after 10 yards you will then see the ‘New House Farm’ sign on the right verge near the hedge.

(DO NOT take the 3 o’clock exit; this is Standlow Lane where the satnav may direct you onto the gated lane with a blue sign)

From the ‘New House Farm’ sign drive another 400 yards following yellow arrows and turn right through the third and top farmyard gate.

Please park on concrete yard and call our number.

 We look forward to welcoming you.

Local Amenities

Bus – Derbyshire Connect

This is a new ‘dial a ride’ bus service covering the whole of the Southern Peak District, from Ashbourne to Wirksworth up the Hartington and across to Waterhouses;
Costs £2 adults and £1.20 for children;
Accepts individual and group bookings;
Is a ‘door to door’ service;
Carries wheelchairs, buggies, bikes and dogs;
Book by calling 01335 342951, preferably by 4 pm Friday for Saturday service ( no Sunday service).

Nearest Pubs; which all have restaurants

The Red Lion in Kniveton
It is about half a mile away or a 15 minute walk.
Contact Hannah and Kev online to book a table.
01335 345554

The Bubble Inn Ashbourne (in Kniveton)
About 1.5 miles away on the main road to Ashbourne.
Tel: 01335 218818

The Red Lion Inn in Hognaston, 2 miles away.
Tel: 01335 370396

Knockerdown Inn near Carsington Water, 2.5 miles away.
Tel 01629 540209

Cycle Routes

There are 3 off-road cycle trails near us, plus a fourth one that is partly off-road.

Tissington Trail

High Peak Trail; these 2 trails meet at Parsley Hay.

Carsington Water, a 10 mile circular trail Cycle Route 547 which is a new route.  It is partly off road and passes through Bradbourne village just half a mile North of the farm. It is an East/West connection between the southern ends of the Tissington Trail and the High Peak Trail, which creates a 30 mile circular route.  It also connects with the Carsington Water Trail.