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Best things to do in Hathersage

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“This is a lovely outdoor, heated, swimming pool, in a great setting! Best to go early in the day in school holidays. Open most of the year, and they do live music nights once a month too - watch out these get booked up! The pool cafe (run separately) serves great food.”
11local recommendations
Restaurant
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“Lucy and Simon share their passion and fun - excellent food and great atmosphere. Thursdays to Sundays only”
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Store
“They brew great coffee and know a thing or two about fresh sandwiches, paninis, bagels, salads etc. Also, highly rated on Trip Advisor, it’s a great spot on a sunny day”
3local recommendations
Indian Restaurant
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“Serve excellent curries ranging beyond the standard fayre. Alternatively why not try their delivery service? If you’re looking for a more traditional take on the English curry-house then Sanghams over the road also gets good reviews but in our view is just pipped by Maazi”
4local recommendations
Bar
“Where many of the locals go (though the younger ones prefer the Little John) and can often get busy though many of the tables are reserved for diners so booking ahead will ensure you get a table if you want to eat. It serves traditional pub fayre with a reasonable selection of real-ales”
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Post Office
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Hotel
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Train Station
“Picturesque village with lots of pubs and walks! Can be reached by train from our local train station or the bus from the bottom of the road! Highly recommended. There is an outdoor swimming pool there too which is fantastic in summer. ”
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Cafe
“Located to the side of the much-loved heated open air swimming pool, the team serve simple good staples and cracking fish and chips on a Friday which can be eaten in or as with most of the menu taken away too. ”
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Clothing Store
“Useful to get up and down the Hope Valley. For example, you can take the train to Edale and the you are at the start of the Pennine Way.”
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Church
“See if you can find the grave of Little John in the graveyard. Look for the 'Eyre Brasses,' a family that inspired Charlotte Bronte to name her heroine 'Jane Eyre.'”
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Clothing Store
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Convenience Store
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Bakery
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Church
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Store
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