Ancient Higgledy piggledy bookshop with a cafe. You can spend a whole day getting lost in here and finding treasures! Have a bite to eat or a coffee than explore the canal walkways.
An amazing labyrinth of bookshelves (new and second-hand books) with a great cafe in this historic village
This is just the best little veggie/ vegan cafe I know. It is located within Scarthin Bookshop which is an amazing bookshop in itself. The cafe is up the stairs and is ocated behind an opening bookcase (how cool is that!). Love tis quirky little cafe. Everyone loves coming here. Does a good range of…
“Sir Richard Arkwright’s 1783 Masson Mills at Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, England, are the finest surviving and best preserved example of an Arkwright cotton mill. Working textile museum illustrating Arkwright’s legacy. Shopping village, restaurant, conference centre and onsite parking facilities.”
“Run by a small group of volunteers and set within six former limestone quarries in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales, open every day from 10am & free entry Impressum The National Stone Centre is a registered charity (Charity no. 516799; Company number 01817304). The NSC is established to advance throughout the UK public education in: • the formation, evolution and use of stone, its geological, physical, chemical and other properties, and the products made from stone; • the stone mining, quarrying, and treatment industries, their history, evolution, development and modern practices; • all facets of the environment containing or bearing stone and of its geology, ecology and natural history; • the impact of stone-related industries on the environment and the preservation, conservation, restoration and treatment of land, buildings, machines, structures and artefacts used by those industries. The National Stone Centre a 50 acre site of Special Geological Scientific Interest offering outdoor and indoor activities for all and run by a small group of volunteers. It is set within six former limestone quarries in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, and close to the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. • Outdoor fossil trails around our free to access site • Discovery Centre with shop, café and exhibition • "Geo" walks and picnic areas • Practical courses in stone carving, dry stone walling and other country crafts. ”
“ French restaurant with a cosy candle lit atmosphere. Great wine selection!”