What's near our B&B

What’s nearby

Chevin Green Farm B&B is only five minutes from the historic mill town of Belper and ideally located for adventuring into the spectacular scenery of the Peak District and rural Derbyshire too. Whether you decide to discover local villages or towns, numerous stately homes or simply take it easy in the awe-inspiring countryside, then you don’t have to travel far. Derbyshire prides itself on being a place of culture, with festivals, events and other activities happening all year-round – there’s something for all tastes.

There’s lots of historic places to explore:

Bakewell – home of the pudding
Ashbourne – with Dovedale not far away
Matlock – a busy town on the edge of the Peaks
Matlock Bath – a seaside promenade in the middle of the country!
Buxton – a spa town
Tissington – home to the most famous well dressings
Eyam – the plague village
Castleton – for the Blue John Caverns

And lots of industrial heritage:

Denby Pottery
Crich Tramway
Midland Steam Railway
Derwent Valley Visitor Centre
plus many many factory shops to get a bargain

Amazing stately homes

Chatsworth – the most famous stately home
One of the county’s most famous stately homes is Chatsworth. It is known as the “Palace of the Peaks” and has a magnificent house and gardens. The house has wonderful artworks, amazing rooms and a fascinating history, then the beautiful gardens with an abundance of spectacular water features and impressive views too mean it’s well worth a visit. There is also a farmyard for children, an award-winning farm shop and lots of wonderful walks around the park. Chatsworth also hold many events and exhibitions throughout the year.

And there’s lots of other interesting stately homes nearby too…

Haddon Hall – an Elizabethan hall used in many tv and film adaptations of Jane Eyre
Kedleston Hall – a Georgian hall only 10 minutes down the road
Calke Abbey – an unstately stately home, one which time completely forgot about
Hardwick Hall – an Elizabethan house owned by Bess of Hardwick, an interesting character
Sudbury Hall – a restoration mansion with a museum of childhood attached

Transport connections to and from Belper are good.

There are railway and bus stations in the town, which have links to local towns and cities such as Nottingham, Derby, Ashbourne and Matlock.

Milk for our Belper B&B

On our doorstep