Goosehill Hall Holiday Cottages Handbook

In the village

The centre of Castleton is five minutes away, either down the drive and turn right, or down the ginnell (passage) at the top of the drive, and turn left onto Goosehill.

 

The Peak Park Information Centre, by the roundabout on Buxton Road, has information, maps and walking guides, gifts, a museum and staff who can answer most questions. 

 

If you need cash, withdraw it from the Post Office.

  

FOOD SHOPS

  • Post Office – How Lane.  It also sells food, beer and wine, and a range of maps and walking guides. 

  • Peveril Stores – further along from the Post Office. Fresh bread and cakes are baked on site. It sells newspapers and food, including fruit and veg, beer and wine.

 

PUBS and FOOD.  There is a lot usually available in Castleton.  They set out below, with links.  Assume they are open unless it says otherwise.  TA means takeaway is available.  OT means many outside tables available, some under cover.  (Those with seating on the pavement are excluded

PUBS  Click on the name of the pub links to go to their website. 

Click on the blue links to go to details of Coronavirus measures - usually Facebook.

 

1530 The Restaurant – Cross Street  
 

The Chip Shop – The Stones (limited hours - long lunchtime opening most weekends and school holidays.)

DOUGH TRUCK PIZZA TA - a local company.  The truck is "at home" in the Market Square on Sat. 5-8pm. They will deliver. 

COFFEE SHOPS (and light meals)

GIFT SHOPS   There is a wide range of jewellery and gift shops, sweet shops and shops selling outdoor equipment and clothing.  ASD jewellers can make goods to order. 

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PLACES OF WORSHIP  Currently closed

  • St Edmunds (Church of England)– Castle Street.  Sunday Services at 9.30 or 11 (depending on the date).

  • Castleton Methodist Church – Buxton Road.  Service at 10.45.

  • Roman Catholic Churches.  The nearest are at Hathersage and Bamford.