The Area

The Peak Park provides a spectacular arena for numerous activities with miles of trails, winding country lanes, a plethora of country houses, lakes and rivers, historic market towns stuffed with antiques and little picturesque villages full of tearooms and farm shops.

plate of fancy food


The culinary landscape of the areA...

…is rich and diverse. From remote country pubs & cafes offering locally sourced, home-made seasonal menus to finer dining restaurants providing memorable dining experiences.

We do advise that you check opening times/days and book to avoid disappointment.

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front view ofChatsworth house


The best things in life aren’t things.

Having spent many years advising guests on how to make the most of their time in the Peak District, we have put together a few suggestions of the things we love to do so you can also benefit from a little local knowledge.

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Explores wanted...

The Stone Estate finds itself nestled in some of the Uk’s most awe-inspiring landscapes. The hidden depths and wide open spaces of the Peak District National Park are pretty to look at, for sure - but these woods, peaks and rivers are beckoning you in and inviting you to explore.

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Getting to the area

The Main Address

  • Alstonefield Manor
  • Alstonefield
  • Ashbourne
  • Derbyshire
  • DE6 2FX


By Car: From London. Follow the M1

    Local Transport


    Please remember,  this is a rural area, you’ll struggle to get an Uber!

    Train Stations:

    • Derby - 23miles
    • Cromford  - 16miles
    • Uttoxeter - 20miles
    • Stoke  - 24miles


    • East Midlands
    • Manchester

    Your Cottage:

    The address, and directions to the cottage you book will be sent directly with your booking confirmation. Along with where to park and how to obtain your keys.

    Really Useful info

    Really useful stuff here