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Longshaw Estate

#23 of 88 things to do in Peak District National Park Features Animals
Near Foxhouse, Grindleford | S11 7TZ, Peak District National Park, England
+44 1433 637904
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Perfect country side and a fantastic day out for all the family take a panic by the river lots of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
michael w
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Heywood, United Kingdom
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The Wonderful Dark Peak Landscape

I have been to Longshaw countless times over the years and the scenery never fails to leave an... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
bookworm7476
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Dublin, Ireland
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Near Foxhouse, Grindleford | S11 7TZ, Peak District National Park, England
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Perfect country side and a fantastic day out for all the family take a panic by the river lots of photo opportunities you can take a long walk or short lots of different paths

Thank michael w
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have been to Longshaw countless times over the years and the scenery never fails to leave an impression. On this occasion (a cold day in early April) we used the Wooden Pole car park (like the new convenient pay stations which allow for free...More

Thank bookworm7476
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As National Trust members we parked for free and enjoyed a fantastic walk. There are well-marked paths and we took the easy, circular route. Lovely cup of tea in the cafe. It was a little cramped, but we did pick a busy time to visit....More

Thank Ruth G
Reviewed 20 April 2017

We visited over an Easter weekend and parked in the Longshaw car park for convenience in order to go out walking for the day around Burbage Edge. The National Trust car park costs £4 to non-member visitors and the card reader seems to break down...More

Thank roybennett
Jenny G, Visitor Experience Officer at Longshaw Estate, responded to this review

Thanks for your review. It's great to hear you've enjoyed coming to Longshaw and the surrounding moors and also really positive to see visitors sharing your message about the need for dogs to be kept on leads while we have sheep and ground nesting birds...More

Reviewed 16 April 2017

Decent cafe, very helpful staff willing to sort out interpretation of their map against my OS map. Enjoyed a leisurely walk with the family.

Thank WimbleWomble
Reviewed 15 April 2017

I try to understand the reasons for poor reviews. Comments about the café and facilities are out of place for the building is what it is and the have made the best of what they have. The new car park and parking scheme(live this month)...More

Thank Outofthelaw
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

Nice walks of different grades across different types of terrain plus clean air and decent cup of tea at the cafe. National Trust members get free parking.

Thank E1448NJgaryc
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Absolutely gorgeous views and beautiful surroundings. Ideal place for a family walk. Good paths and not too hilly, gentle slopes so great for many ages. Our youngest was 5 and the oldest walker was 79! Nice tea room. Friendly staff. Highly recommend for a great...More

Thank Emma M
Reviewed 11 April 2017

I went with a friend from the National Trust Longshaw Estate to Grindleford Station Cafe and back. It was a beautiful day. We walked on the path alongside the Brook which meant watching out for tree roots and boulders, but the views were stunning. There...More

Thank Rechinout
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We enjoyed a sunny afternoon following two of the signposted walking tails round this former shooting estate. Most intriguing for me was walking on the ancient paved tracks formerly used by pack horses.

Thank Susanne B
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andberni
Interested in visiting this area, but can you please tell me is there an entrance fee at all or are the grounds free to all ?
16 February 2017|
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Response from Jake S | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, No entrance fee at all. All free. Thanks
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