AboutSutton on the Hill is a quiet, detached, peaceful village situated 8 miles west of Derby, 2 miles northwest of Etwall in South Derbyshire. This village which, has Saxon origins and was mentioned in the Domesday Book, lies in a hollow above Sutton Brook Valley, with St Michael's Church (originally 14th century but rebuilt in 1863) set high above in an isolated but commanding site above the river. Other buildings of interest in the village include Sutton Hall (c 1815), a Victorian Gothic house, and the village hall, formerly a school.
- Dogs accepted
- Children welcome
- Disabled access
Map & Directions
The nearest railway station is Derby, which is 8 miles away.