Edale (England) Reviews
Description:Small village in the heart of the Peak District
Newest Review: ... food, including a full roast on Sundays, but we didn't eat there as reviews all seem to say that the food at the Rambler Inn is better. Both pubs serve food until 9.30pm, and both have outdoor seating for fine weather. For those looking for a cafe rather than a pub, Cooper's Cafe is just a few yards from the village shop and Post Office. Open seven days a week from 8.30am until 4pm, it ... more
Customer Edale (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/09/11 (Very useful, 150 readings)
Nestling among the hills in the Hope Valley in the Dark Peak region of the Peak District, Edale is a village that attracts many hikers, walkers and perhaps people who just want to admire the scenery. As a child it was often the starting point of days walking in the hills when we stayed with my aunt in nearby Chesterfield. This summer I went back for the first time to catch another glimpse of Mam Tor and explore one or two new walks in the area. Even under the grey skies of the first two days, the landscape looked glorious with heather covered hills, brooks rushing over rocks or meandering along the valley and the red berries adorning the mountain ash trees. On our third . Read the complete review
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