Longshaw Lodge Estate (Sheffield) Reviews
Description:Sheffield, Derbyshire S11 7TZ / Visitor Centre Telephone: 01433 637904 / Discover the wide expanse of moorland, woods ... more
Longshaw Lodge Estate (Sheffield) ... and farmland within the Peak District National Park. From picturesque walking trails, fantastic wildlife and rare birds to the ancient oaks of Padley Gorge, Longshaw Lodge Estate is a must for outdoor enthusiasts.
Newest Review: ... acres. Facilities --------- There are currently three car parks to Longshaw all of which are pay and display unless you are a National Trust member(like me!) The three car parks are Haywood(110/119:SK256778), Wooden Pole(110/119:SK267790) and Woodcroft(110/119:SK267802.) Coaches can't park here(sorry!). The main car park is the Haywood one . Dogs are allowed on leads only. The visitor ... more
Customer Longshaw Lodge Estate (Sheffield) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/03/08 (Very useful, 288 readings)
I am so lucky to live about what...20 minutes drive away from here. Many a time I have had a good long Saturday walk around Longshaw. Its the one most people have heard of. Its not famous or everything...its just people have heard about it for some reason or another. Maybe its the World's Oldest Sheep Dog Trials, maybe its because they had relatives there(like me) or maybe they just know what a wonderful place it is. I certainly know it is a lovely place.... History ------------- Longshaw's history is long. Its not seen great battles happen on it , its not had a Roman forrt it hasn't got a castle but it has a long and varied history. The ... Read the complete review
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