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Entire place. Sleeping arrangements. I cannot recommend them enough. The village of Beeley is quaint, and a visit to the Devonshire Arms will not disappoint. The walk to Chatsworth House is picturesque and… Read more.
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My partner and I were looking for a relaxing getaway and that is what we got and more at Rich's place. Beeley is a charming little town in an idyllic setting, surrounded by rolling green farmland, high moors with fantastic views of the area, and woods. Rich showed us where the… Read more. Great place to stay in a stunning location! Would definitely stay here again. A very well thought out and designed conversion of the old pig loft. Rich even went out and bought us an electric kettle when we asked if he had one!
We also stupidly left some clothes behind after we had left and Rich was good enough to forward them home to us. Great place in a beautiful location, walking distance to Chatsworth House. Rich was a great host and quick to communicate when we were running late for check in. A lovely well designed space in a beautiful location ideal for exploring Derbyshire.
Beautiful space, really enjoyed our stay. Would thoroughly recommend. This walk sets off from Matlock Bridge, an important crossing of the Derwent since Medieval times when it was known as Pontem de Matelock. Originally a narrow packhorse bridge, the 15th century structure was widened on the upstream side in to cater for 'modern' traffic requirements. Click here to view the details of the Matlock walk. Start your walk at Ambergate beside the long, many-arched bridge that spans both a mill stream and the recently united waters of the Amber and Derwent rivers and take in another important waterway in for form of the Cromford Canal.
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Click here to view the details of the Alderwasley walk. This walk wanders through riverside meadows, ambles along quiet lanes and ascends an old path rewarded with aerial views across the valley. Along the way see how the River Derwent has been shaped and is swollen by a succession of weirs and sluices, and marvel at the old mills, early industrial factories and housing, often sympathetically preserved alongside modern counterparts.
Click here to view the details of the Belper walk. Duffield is within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Area, the River Derwent holding particular importance to the many mills that were powered by it.
Click here to view the details of the Duffield walk. From the hustle and bustle of Derbyshire's capital city, take a sightseeing walk to where it all began - the site of Derventio on the banks of the River Derwent.
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All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change. Toggle navigation. Get Forecast. Search Term Search Advanced search. Home My Profile Profile Gallery. Upload a Photo. Competitions Offers and promotions. Advertise Digital Archive Ezine Subscribe. Boats for hire on the Derwent by Sally Moseley Archant. Spanning 66 miles, the River Derwent is Derbyshire's longest and deepest river and the life force of the county, such is its importance to the human history of the region, a mile stretch has been deemed by UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site.
We pick a selection of walks fromour archive that take in a section of the Derwent. Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in.
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Footbridge at Bamford Mill by Sally Moseley. Autumn in Baslow by Ian Moorcroft. Paine's ornate bridge over the Derwent by Sally Moseley.