A traditional stone cottage dating back over 400 years.
The Causeway in Eyam has been beautifully restored retaining its original features and comes complete with everything you and your family need for a relaxing stay in the Peak District.
Just moments away from the quaint local shops and a local pub, it is the perfect base for exploring the towns and villages nearby or walking with your canine friend.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About The Causeway
The Causeway comfortably sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, one double and one twin, a modern bathroom and separate toilet.
The living room maintains its original beams and there is a wood burner for nights cuddled upon the sofa.
Prepare your meals in the fully equipped kitchen and dine indoors on cooler days or on the patio on sunnier days with a view of the cottage’s pretty garden.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Eyam
The village of Eyam has an unusual place in English history. Today it is a quaint village with pretty streets and family-owned shops and cafés but during the 17th century it was known as the Plague Village, a village where the local residents bravely cordoned themselves off from the outside world to save the cities and towns around them after a shipment of cloth from London brought the plague to the village.
Learn about the history of the village with a walk around with your dog or visit the Eyam Museum which tells the story in more detail. Eyam Hall, a Jacobean manor house in the centre of the village is now a National Trust property and has embroidery, engravings, a walled garden and spacious lawns to enjoy.
Visit the famous spa town of Buxton, also the highest market town in England at 1,020 feet above sea level. Take in a show at Buxton Opera House, restored to its Edwardian glory in 2001. Originally designed by Frank Matcham, the opera house is home to around 450 performances a year, from drama to dance,pantomime and of course, opera.
Visit Buxton market on Tuesday and Saturday for fresh fruit and vegetables as well as household goods, gifts and clothes. If you need some pampering make sure you book in advance for some time at the historic buildings that are the Palace Hotel and Devonshire Spa.
The Devonshire Spa located in the Devonshire Dome in the town’s centre offers pampering treatments from Himalayan salt scrub massage to wine therapy treatments in addition to its spa packages.
For a walk in the fresh air in Buxton’s parks with your canine friend, look no further than Cote Heath Park, a classic local park with the sound of local football matches on Sundays and a warm welcome for dog owners.
Ashwood Park, a traditional Victorian park is perfect for quiet morning or afternoon strolls at your own pace. There is also a playground here for the kids to burn off some energy.
Located in a village steeped in English history, The Causeway in Eyam is delightful retreat for a stay in the Peak District. Local history doesn’t end with the bravery of the villagers – this area is steeped in history and has several fine country estates and houses to visit, often used as location sets in films.
Spend a day at the Chatsworth Estate, said to be the inspiration for Pemberley in Pride and Prejudice or visit Hardwick Hall, a location for the 2019 film Mary Queen of Scots.
From spa days in Buxton to walking and cycling in the Hope Valley or simply a good soak in the bath at the cottage with candles lit and a glass of wine, a stay here is guaranteed to relax and revitalise.
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