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Barn Accommodation In Hathersage

With historical links to Robin Hood, Hathersage has long attracted visitors drawn by the glorious countryside in which it is situated as well as its fine local buildings. Visitors looking to stay in the area are attracted by the convenience of Hathersage Barn Accommodation. A popular centre for walkers and rock-climbers Hathersage is overlooked by moorland on its east side and a line of gritstone edges of which Stanage Edge is the largest. There are also spectacular tors, such as Higgar Tor, and the enigmatic hillfort at Carl Wark, which has so far defied archaeologists' attempts to date it. Several of the edges were quarried and the area was a major source of millstones for grinding corn and metals. Robin Hood’s ‘right-hand man’ Little John is said to have been buried in the churchyard at Hathersage, where the grave of a giant was found in Victorian times.  The village’s other claim to fame is that Charlotte Bronte visited in 1845 and used a local name ‘Norton’, as the family name for her novel Jane Eyre; the unfortunate Mrs Rochester is described as having jumped to her death from the window of a house called North Lees hall, just a mile from Hathersage. Nowadays the village is thronged with hikers, ramblers, cavers and climbers who all come to enjoy the wonderful rocky outcrops and glorious views in this area. Check out the Hathersage Barn Accommodation to make your holiday perfect.

Callow Barn - Hathersage. Sleeps 8

  • Sleeps 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 1
  • Bedrooms 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • Pets Yes
  • Area Hathersage
Callow Barn - Hathersage. Sleeps 8Callow Barn - Hathersage. Sleeps 8
Callow Barn offers accommodation that sleeps 8 people and is situated in a perfect setting overlooking the village of Hathersage, with magnificent...
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