A small hamlet at a junction of roads set in the limestone country of the White Peak.
3 miles west of Cromford, most peoples pass through Grangemill on the way elsewhere on one of the five roads that all meet here. In a hollow at the head of the Griffe Grange Valley, the hamlet is a small group of farms and cottages, somewhat dominated by nearby quarries.
Things to do; There is a pub and furniture makers' workshop, but no shops or visitor facilities. Nearest village see Cromford and Bonsall.