Our retreat in Derbyshire – Curlew Croft, Anroach Farm


Thanks for the blog and I hope you don’t mind me retesting. I like to share how others experience the Derbyshire countryside

We are MapTrotting

Peak District is an amazing place, famous by its breathtaking panoramic views, green valleys, rocky fields, beautiful rolling hills, little historic villages and so much more. It’s a place where I definitely want to return with hiking boots and see more of it.

One of the best things when going away, apart from the beautiful sites and scenery, is the accommodation. We don’t like hotels and prefer staying in small and cosy B&B’s or even better, staying with local people. We found this amazing Anroach Farm accommodation on airbandb and spent 2 nights surrounded by nothing but the green fields and fresh air.

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 Curlew Croft was a perfect choice. Away from all the hustle and bustle, the farm is located in a tranquil valley between Leek and Buxton.

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Sally, our host, said ‘when it’s windy here, it’s really windy.’ Luckily the house is cleverly built on the sheltered side of a…

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/kʊk/ Not a chef, not an epicure, not a foodie. Just one who likes to prepare food – What really happens in the kitchen and on the high street is what I write about. Follow me on Twitter @Justaukcook and on https://www.facebook.com/justaukcook
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One Response to Our retreat in Derbyshire – Curlew Croft, Anroach Farm

  1. Kristina says:

    Thank you for reblogging my post 🙂 My trip to Derbyshire was magical 🙂

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