The Peak District National Park is set in the centre of Britain and easily reached from all parts of the country.
Flights into Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham airports bring overseas visitors just a short distance from Swainsley Farm.
Rail access is available via stations in Stoke-on-Trent, Buxton, Matlock and Derby.
Coach services direct from London pass through local market towns.
Visitors coming north on the M1.
We suggest you avoid Derby by taking exit 23A onto the A50 and then the A515 to Ashbourne.
Visitors approaching from Leek or Ashbourne on the A523.
Turn onto the B5053 at the Green Man public house and pass through Onecote village. 1½ mile past Onecote take the second turning on the right into Butterton. Drive through Butterton to the far edge of the village and bear left towards Hulme End. We are located ¾ mile down this lane on the right. The entrance to our driveway is clearly marked.
Visitors approaching from Bakewell, Buxton or Ashbourne on the A515.
Turn onto the B5054 and pass through Hartington to Hulme End. At the Manifold Inn turn left and after 400 yards take the first right onto a very narrow lane. After 1½ miles a hump backed bridge takes you over the Manifold River . Carry on up the hill towards Butterton for about 200 yards (going past the gates of Swainsley Hall) and the entrance to our driveway is clearly marked on the left.
If you get stuck on the way simply give us a call on 01298 84530