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  • Roaches Holiday Cottages in the Peak District
    cottages with open plan farmhouse living featuring stone walls and original beams Each cottage sleeps up to six people and are equipped for self catering Bed linen water and heating are included in the tariffs Across the courtyard the award winning Roaches Tea Rooms serves a wide range of Teas Coffee Homemade Cakes and scones various Breakfasts Light bites Sunday Lunches Weekday Lunches including Staffordshire Oatcakes freshly Home cooked Daily

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  • The Roaches Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Peak District
    Roaches Holiday Cottages have a cosy open plan farmhouse style featuring stone walls and original beams Each self catering cottage sleeps up to six people with one double and two twin bedrooms in each cottage The Coach House View Smithy

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  • The Roaches Gritstone Escarpment Peak District National Park
    District National Park Authority Hen Cloud is an impressive solitary edge which rises steeply from the ground below The Roaches themselves have a gentler approach and actually consist of two edges a Lower and Upper tier with a set of rock steps connecting them Built into the rocks of the Lower Tier is Rock Hall Cottage a tiny primitive cottage which was once the gamekeeper s residence and has now been converted into a climbing hut Below and to the west of the main edge is a line of small subsidiary edges known as the Five Clouds The area was once famous for its wallabies which were released during World War II from a private zoo at Swythamley The wallabies managed to breed and survive until the late 1990s when the last survivors seem to have disappeared View 8 of the best local Walks The Roaches with Hen Cloud Five Clouds and Ramshaw Rocks form a gritstone escarpment which marks the south western edge of the Peak They stand like a line of silent sentinels guarding the entrance to the Peak District worn into fantastic shapes by the elements There are a large number of Walks around the Roaches from

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  • Local Information around Roaches Tea Rooms & Holiday Cottage
    a lengthy history and retains a number of old and interesting buildings It retains too its essential character as a market town serving a wide area although it grows in importance as a residential area Numerous bus services link it with the rest of Staffordshire and much of nearby Derbyshire Cheshire and Manchester Buxton the Cultural Capital of the Peak District As a Spa Town Buxton has been a popular holiday resort for centuries Based at the heart of the Peak District in the county of Derbyshire Buxton is blessed with stunning scenery magnificent architecture a wealth of shops and a thriving arts scene Together with its world famous spa water Buxton has plenty to offer any visitor Venture deep underground at Pooles Cavern and discover some of Buxton s darker secrets Fancy yourself as Tarzan swinging through the trees in the country park on the Go Ape extravaganza high above the forest floor Go on Get an adrenalin buzz Like our Victorian forbears promenade along Broad Walk and around the Pavilion Gardens and Serpentine Walk before taking tea in the Pavilion Learn a little more about the town and view the art exhibitions at the museum before venturing into the giant Dome with it s echo And for something a bit special try the Devonshire Spa treatment There is a splendid Crescent ornamental gardens an Opera House and the largest unsupported dome in the country The Opera House is host to the annual Buxton Festival and a number of venues around the town contribute to the largest Festival Fringe in England Situated just over a thousand feet up in the Derbyshire hills Buxton s also the ideal base for climbing caving mountain biking walking bird watching horse riding gliding and much much more The great pride of Buxton is also to be found in its architecture From the Georgian splendor of the Crescent and former stable block through the Victorian magnificence of the Palace Hotel to examples of fine Northern Arts and Crafts step back into a world of inspired design Pick up a copy of the Buxton history trail from the Tourist Information Office and let your imagination run free Macclesfield 14 2 miles from Roaches Cottages Stoke on Trent 13 2 miles from Roaches Cottages Enjoy the stylish shops and restaurants of Knutsford Alderley Edge Prestbury and Wilmslow Pamper yourself and enjoy the luxury of spa hotels country houses and golf resorts Head into the Cheshire Peak District for fabulous walking and cycling adventures and panoramic views staying in top quality farmhouse B B s and cottages discovering great gastro pubs and cosy country inns Discover the silk heritage in the handsome market town of Macclesfield or cruise along the Macclesfield Canal on its route to the mill village of Bollington and on to Poynton home of the Anson Engine Museum Find out about the East Cheshire Textile Triangle packed with great ideas for group visits Relax in award winning gardens at Arley Hall Tatton Park and

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  • The Peak District National Park, Tea Rooms, Holiday Cottage
    page for more about these In addition there are numerous fine churches such as Tideswell Church known locally as The Cathedral of the Peak See our Local Churches page for a fuller list Nearby Towns There are numerous interesting towns to explore Buxton is the one with the longest history having been founded by the Romans who exploited the warm spring water to build thermal baths for which the town became very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries As a result it has some magnificent buildings notably the Georgian Crescent and the Opera House It now has a thriving music and arts festival each summer Bakewell was founded in Saxon Times and is the home of the Peak District National Park Authority and is a busy market town notable for its livestock market To the south lies Ashbourne another market town founded by the Saxons now the southern gateway to the Peak District In the north Glossop is a former mill town which is the gateway to the northern part of the Peak controlling the routes across the Pennines More mill towns lie around the western and south western fringes of the Peak Macclesfield and Leek both former centres for the manufacture of silk Matlock s development is surprisingly recent as access to it from the south was difficult until the 19th century but after this it developed rapidly as a spa and it is now the county town of Derbyshire Matlock Bath has numerous tourist sites and is a popular destination for day trippers Not far from Matlock Wirksworth is another ancient Saxon market town which was once the centre of the local lead mining industry which has left it with narrow winding streets and rows of quaint miners cottages The Peak District is an upland area in

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  • Local Activities in & around the Peak District National Park
    and numerous long distance trails over 1 900 mi 3 000 km in total within the Peak Park as well as large open access areas there is plenty available for hill walking rambling and hiking It is also the ideal destination for cycling holidays whether for family rides along the miles of traffic free cycle paths or for mountain bikers taking on the many challenging trails Wheelchair access is possible at several places on the former railway trails and cycle hire centres offer vehicles adapted to wheelchair users There is a programme to make footpaths more accessible to less agile walkers by replacing climbing stiles with walkers gates The many gritstone outcrops such as Stanage and The Roaches are recognised as some of the finest rock climbing sites in the world The Peak limestone also provides many testing climbs With more than 50 reservoirs and flowing rivers in and around the area you ll find yourself in the perfect place for sailing windsurfing and canoeing with plenty of organised clubs and teaching centres to get you on the water Some of the area s large reservoirs have become centres for water sports including sailing fishing and canoeing in this most landlocked part of the UK View 8 of the best local Walks Bridleways are commonly used by mountain bikers as well as horse riders Some of the long distance trails such as the Tissington Manifold and High Peak Trails re use former railway lines and are much used by walkers horse riders and cyclists There are a number of cycle hire centres around the area at Waterhouses Ashbourne Manifold Parsley Hay and Ladybower Reservoir Extreme sports addicts won t be disappointed by the range of activities on offer either take your pick from mountain biking climbing caving or air sports

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  • Peak District, Staffordshire, Cheshire & Derbyshire Attractions
    make the most of what the three counties have to offer Whilst Alton Towers is just 30 minutes drive away The Roaches and Tittesworth Reservoir are on the doorstep Tittesworth offers a brilliant adventure area for children and fishing for all whilst there are a large number of walks and climbing activities on and around The Roaches There are many other attractions and places to visit within a few miles

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  • Roaches Local Restaurants
    Roaches has a large number of pubs and restaurants within a few miles Here are just a sample of some nearby and others a little further away which are well worth a visit Links to Local Pubs and Restaurants The Pecks Restaurant The Ship Inn Wincle The Three Horseshoes Restaurant Ye Olde Rock Inn The Winking Man The Bulls Head The Mermaid Inn The Boat Inn Abbey Inn The Cat

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