Welcome to Hope
Nestled in the Hope Valley in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Hope is one of the most beautiful and popular villages in the Peak District.
The pretty village of Hope is situated where the River Noe and Peakshole Water meet, and has a range of hills to the north including Win Hill and Losehill.
Hope village was mentioned in the Doomsday book as having both a priest and a church and the present church, dedicated to St Peter dates from around the 13th century and is famous for it's gargoyles, a Norman font and there is the stump of a Saxon Cross in the churchyard.
The village has a selection of cafés and pubs and has local greengrocers and a deli as well as farmer's butchers and gallery. The town has an annual beer festival, well dressing and other events. There is a large campsite in the village and a 4 star spa hotel on its outskirts.
Nearby is Edale, a small village which sits at the start/end of the UK's first and most famous long distance walking path, the Pennine Way.
Nearby is Castleton, one of the most beautifully-situated villages in the Peak District.
Activities in and around Hope include the underground caves at Treak Cliff Cavern, a wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, rocks, minerals and fossils. Oaker Farm Cottages & Haddy's Hut is a great choice for accommodation during your stay.
In The Area
Riding House Farm Cottages
Recently converted farm cottages with stunning views over the Hope Valley. Superbly equipped, original beams and features. Situated in an historic…
Lost Earth Adventures
Specialists in mountain adventures on the water, underground and in the hills of the Peak District National Park.
Bee Safe Supplies
Beautiful, ethical, environmentally friendly products from the Peak District.
The Bareca at Bike & Boot Leisure Hotels
The Bareca (Bar-restaurant-café) will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner to both residents and non-residents serving a Mediterranean style menu,…
Bike & Boot Leisure Hotels
A new Leisure Hotel brand for the 21st century - welcoming walkers, dog owners, cyclists and adventurers to the Peak District
The Peak District GeoWalk
The GeoWalk is a must for rock enthusiasts guiding you through the stunning Peak District landscape and rock formations.
The Limestone Way
The Limestone Way is a superb 46-mile waymarked route across the White Peak landscape of the Peak District National Park.
Castleton, Mam Tor & The Great Ridge Walk
An exhilarating 6½ mile walk with the option to extend to 8 miles. It includes one of the best ridge walks in the country, with superb views of the…
Edale to Kinder Scout Walk
This circular walk takes you from the pretty village of Edale to the windswept moors of the Kinder plateau, the highest point in the Peak District.
Bamford is an attractive village and popular visitor destination close to walking routes and the reservoirs.
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