High Peak Bed & Breakfast
High Peak Bed and Breakfast, Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire
Double with en-suite £60
Twin with en-suite £60
Single with shared bathroom £40
Prices for double & twin are for 2 people.
Please telephone 01663 750640 for booking enquiries.
High Peak Bed and Breakfast is situated in a quiet location in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District and bordering on the Peak District National Park, with views of Cracken Edge and the southern Pennine hills of South Head and Mount Famine. Vegetarian and Vegan options available, children welcome (5& years) but sorry no dogs. Off road parking, non-smoking. Motorcyclists welcome - secure bike storage. Sauna. 5 minutes walk to village centre and Chinley Station with trains direct to Manchester and Sheffield and just 5 minutes to Edale. Short walk to village pub and Indian restaurant. Excellent location for all outdoor pursuits - walking directly from the door, close to Kinder Scout and Edale, ideal for fell running, off road sports, golf, paragliding, or simply a quiet weekend.
High Peak Bed and Breakfast is situated in the village of Chinley in the High Peak District of North Derbyshire in the Peak District National Park.
Chinley is approximately 2 miles from the A6 on the B6062 between the villages of Whaley Bridge and Chapel-en-le-Frith. The High Peak region is about 20 miles south east of Manchester. High Peak Bed and Breakfast is located on the left side about 200 yards along Maynestone Road when approaching from Chinley village. The O.S. grid reference is SK042829 : X=404233, Y=382981.
Trains stop at Chinley and the house is a short walk from the station.
Manchester Airport is the nearest airport to High Peak Bed and Breakfast and is about 20ml distance.
Chinley village is approximately 2 miles from the A6
From the South
When approaching from the south follow the A6 northwards from its' junction with the A623 Chesterfield road for about 1 mile to the next roundabout. Take the first exit at this roundabout signposted Glossop. Continue for about 1/4 ml when you will approach another roundabout at the Federal Mogul (Ferodo) brake lining factory. Take the second exit onto the A624, again signposted to Glossop. Follow this road for about 1/2 ml, past the High Peak Council Offices on the left hand side and shortly afterwards carry straight on where the road becomes the B6062 signed to Chinley Station. Pass 2 schools on the left and, when approaching Chinley village, turn right where the road bends sharply to the left, pass over the railway bridge, then take the next turning right at the T junction into Maynestone Road where you will find 'Orleans', High Peak Bed and Breakfast a short way along on the left hand side.
From the North
When approaching from the north from Glossop follow the A624 south through the village of Hayfield. Continue on the A624 for about 3 ml until passing under a railway bridge. Immediately afterwards turn right onto the B6062, pass 2 schools on the left and, when approaching Chinley village, turn right where the road bends sharply to the left, pass over the railway bridge, then take the next turning right at the T junction into Maynestone Road where you will find 'Orleans', High Peak Bed and Breakfast a short way along on the left hand side.
When coming from Manchester follow the A6 through the village of Disley and on past New Mills and Furness Vale. Immediately after passing under the railway bridge at Bridgemont turn very sharp left onto the B6062 signposted to Chinley. Follow the B6062 for about 3 ml into Chinley village, pass an arcade of shops on the left, follow the road around to the left, pass the Post Office on the right then after about 100m take the minor road straight ahead where the B6062 turns to the right. Pass over the railway bridge then take the next turning right at the T junction into Maynestone Road where you will find 'Orleans', High Peak Bed and Breakfast a short way along on the left hand side.
Bus no.190 travelling from Buxton to Whaley Bridge stops in Chinley once an hour. The last bus leaving Buxton for Chinley is at 1850. The last direct bus to Buxton from Chinley is at 1450. There is no direct bus service to Chinley from Stockport or Manchester.
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This page was last updated: 26 June 2015