Explore 1600 acres of moor, gritstone edges and extensive woods with dramatic views over the Derwent Valley. A wonderful place to discover spectacular views of the Peak District, ancient woods, meadows, parkland and heather moorland. Explore the unusual sites of Longshaw's past, from millstone quarries to packhorse routes. The visitor centre, housed in the Shooting Lodge, is the ideal starting point for Longshaw and the Peak District. Note: Moorland Discovery Centre only open to the public for certain events and during school holidays.
While you are there , why not enjoy refreshments at our tea rooms.
Enjoy delicious home-baked local food, using produce from the estate and the Peak District. Daily specials created using produce from our new kitchen garden. All food comes with wonderful views. Tea room sells a variety of homemade cakes, tarts and scones, along with hot and cold dinner. Savoury dishes include Derbyshire Cakes, sandwiches, soups and a few home made meals such as Macaroni Cheese.
Longshaw Tea Rooms
Enjoy delicious home-baked local food, using produce from the estate and the Peak District. Daily specials created using produce from our new kitchen garden. All food comes with wonderful views.
Please see website -Pay and Display car parks
- Disabled toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Baby changing facilities
- Children welcome
- Education/study area
- Facilities for groups
Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities
- Grounds for outdoor activities
- Parking with charge
- Gift shop
- National Trust Property
* Please see website
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good91
- E539XJchrislTrip Type:CouplesLovely setting but disappointing foodFriday, 20th May 2022This review is for the recently refurbished cafe at Longshaw. My wife is gluten free. The cafe used to serve a variety of gluten free options, but now they do not provide any gluten free cakes... Read full review
- MrsWoman94Western Ireland, IrelandTrip Type:Friends getawayLovely new cafe!Wednesday, 25th May 2022I haven’t been to Longshaw for a number of years so enjoyed a return visit on a recent trip back to Derbyshire. We enjoyed the walk but did notice lots of changes with the area being a lot more open... Read full review
- revbarrywSheffield, United KingdomTrip Type:Solo travelFantasticSaturday, 4th June 2022A fantastic place. Several signed routes and many other walking options. Walk among the sheep and cows. Well maintained paths. Decent cafe. Read full review
Map & Directions
Car park of B6055, 50m south of Fox House Inn (A6187) - signposted. The Estate is 7 miles west of Sheffield - take A625/A6187Accessible by Public Transport: Grinfleford Station station is 0 miles away.