Church Farm, a Grade II listed Georgian farmstead, nestles alongside the historic 11th century Norman church in the tiny village of Alsop-en-le-Dale. It sits at the head of one of the most beautiful but undiscovered dales in the Peak National Park and Derbyshire Dales. The church has a wonderful stained glass window which was designed to celebrate the millenium by Henry Haig, the renowned designer of stained glass windows in many of our best known Cathedrals.
Church Farm is just a few miles from many well known Peak District attractions, including the Dovedale Stepping stones, Chatsworth House and estate plus so much more! The Visit Peak Distrcit website is a useful tool for planning days out whilst staying at Church Farm.
For the young farmer visitor (18 months to 8 years), there are toy tractors available for them to ride around the farm yard.
Church Farm has been awarded the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark (EQM) for our environmental policies, which include our use of Solar Panels to produce electricity and the installation of a biomass boiler which provides all the heating and hot water for both farm and cottages.
In Church Farm’s cosy and comfortable Peak District holiday cottages, Pinster and Winnets, you have the perfect base to explore the scenic Peak District National Park and Derbyshire Dales. A wonderful location for walking, cycling and climbing – you can be as energetic or as relaxed as you feel at Church Farm, a perfect location for the whole family.