Accommodation Guide

Pure Outdoor is based in the heart of the Peak District National Park, affording easy access to some of the best adventure venues in the UK. We have links with local B&B's, Guesthouses and Campsites to give you comprehensive choice when booking accommodation to coincide with your Pure Outdoor course.

On Site Camping - Summer 2021

The Pure Outdoor Camping area is a small patch of grass at the front of the drive down to The Adventure Hub. It is basic, but will provide you with somewhere to pitch your tent and there are a couple of picnic benches. It is quite close to the road, but is very conveniently located.There are no showers, but the toilets that are within the climbing wall building are accessible. We take up to 6 tents and this is reserved only for participants of Pure Outdor courses.Please note, camping is only available on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights between the start of May and end of September

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Bamford & Hathersage Area


Yorkshire Bridge Inn

4 star, award-winning Peak District inn hotel (breakfast included).

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The Travellers Rest Inn

Country Inn with free parking, en-suite bedrooms and full English breakfast for guests. There's also a warm pub serving traditional British fare, along with a large enclosed garden and children’s play area.

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Hathersage YHA

Good value, hostel accommodation. Dorm and private rooms available, cooking facilities, lounge room, garden area with picnic benches.

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Thornhill View B&B

Thornhill View is a detached country house offering B&B accommodation. Twin and double rooms available, breakfast included.

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Millstone Inn

Country Inn offering excellent food, drink and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation. Cosy bar and restaurant, twin, double and triple rooms available.

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The Derwent - Groups only, sleeps up to 40

Large, 16 bedroom self-catering country house in a former pub/hotel.

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Swallowholme Campsite (Closest to Adventure Hub)

Small, family run campsite, accepts touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Grass pitches with electric hook-up.

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Little John Inn

Traditional English country inn offering comfortable, B&B accommodation in the centre of Hathersage. Holiday cottages also available.

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George Hotel

500 year old luxury hotel. Elegant, modern rooms, full English breakfast included. Fine-dining lunch and dinner menus and afternoon tea available in the restaurant or cosy bar.

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Hathersage B&B

Brand new bed and breakfast in the heart of Hathersage, double and twin en-suite rooms.

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The Plough inn

Privately owned 16th century inn on the banks of the River Derwent. Double, twin and quad rooms, deluxe shepherd huts. Fresh seasonal menus served in the cosy bar or beer garden.

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YHA Castleton

Fully refurbished gothic mansion, set within 27 acres or parkland offering stunning views across its picturesque surroundings. Shared dorms, private rooms and a camping barn available.

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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn

17th century coaching inn with comfortable en-suite B&B accommodation. Old, traditional pub atmosphere with a great selection of homemade meals.

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Causeway House B and B

Quality bed and breakfast in a delightful 15th century cottage. Twin, double, single and four poster comfortable bedrooms.

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Eden Tree Camping and Caravanning

Small family-run park offers sheltered grass pitches, electric hook-ups and free hot showers in the modern well-appointed toilet block.

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Samuel Fox Country Inn

AA four gold star country inn with an emphasis on good food and fine dining. The inn has four tastefully appointed en-suite rooms, with great views.

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Spring View B and B

Spring View offers cheap 3-star accommodation with continental breakfast.

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The Old Hall Hotel

Traditional 16th century coaching inn, transformed in 2010. Tea rooms, excellent pub food, good value B&B with a choice of 5 rooms including breakfast.

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The Cheshire Cheese Inn

16th century dining pub with rooms. Real ale, home cooked food, open fires, cosy accommodation.

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Pindale Campsite

Camping available from March to October. Flat field with taps, drain and lights at night. Electric hook-ups available, heated toilet and shower blocks, hot water.

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The Rambler Inn

9 en-suite rooms, a 1 bedroom cottage with full kitchen also available. Locally sourced, home-cooked food available daily, served in a warm and friendly environment.

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The Old Nags Head

Low-ceilinged, stone-built, traditional country inn. Cosy bar, warm fire, lunch and dinner available. Two cottages available with fully equipped kitchens, comfortable lounges, fresh linen and great views.

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Newfold Farm Campsite

A number of grass fields accepting camper vans, caravans and tents. Tents available to rent, luxury bell tents also available.

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