Situated in the north-east corner of Derbyshire, Marsh Lane lies close to the boundary with South Yorkshire and is easily accessible from Junction 30 of the M1. From Marsh Lane it is only a 20 minute drive to either Sheffield, Chesterfield or Worksop. The Sheffield Supertram is also only a 10 minute drive from Marsh Lane offering the possibility to park and ride into the metropolis.
Cinema, restaurants and golf courses are all within easy reach of Marsh Lane, with the swimming pool at Eckington only 5 minutes away.
Just a 15 minute drive from Marsh Lane will take you to the Rother Valley Country Park which provides easy walking around the lakes and water sport facilities, whilst across the valley at Ridgeway is a Craft Centre and Tessa Bramley’s Old Vicarage Restaurant.
Ince Piece Wood which lies to the north-east of Marsh Lane contains the strangely named track known as Lady Ida’s Drive, whilst to the east of Marsh Lane is the Trans Pennine Trail which runs north/south and follows the Chesterfield Canal.
If you enjoy visiting places of interest and stately homes, then Marsh Lane is perfectly places to make use of your National Trust or English Heritage membership as it lies not very far from either Hardwick Hall, Hardwick Old Hall or Bolsover Castle, whilst Renishaw Hall is even closer and has fabulous gardens to walk around.
A trip over the moors to the west of Marsh Lane will lead you into the Peak District National Park which is renowned for its diversity.
For retail therapy and a shopping day experience, Marsh Lane is close to the East Midland Designer Outlet at Junction 28 or Dobbies Garden World, Chesterfield.