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Longshaw Estate, Peak District National Park

(4.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Food and drinks are very poor. Been a few times now and it's been poor every time. Come on National Trust get your act together here it could be a gold mine!! Our sandwiches were inedible and of very ...  more »
  • The cafe is unorganised overpriced and the quality of the food is not good! Been a few times and every time it's understaffed ..I ordered a tuna mayo sandwich and was handed very poor quality sliced b...  more »
  • This is my favourite place to go on a Sunday morning, me and my four year old daughter love it, we've walked for hours - the cafe is a great added extra and the scones are simply yummy there stepping ...  more »
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  • Another beauty belonging to the National Trust - this is why I became a member to help keep places like this going!! The primary reason I visit Longshaw is that it makes an excellent base for mountain biking and I normally end up at Stanage Edge, however, it is also a beautiful place to visit and have a walk, with a nice cafe, ice cream van, clear water streams and trails within the estate to explore. Definitely one to visit!
  • Sorry Longshaw but your Halloween spooky trail was a complete non-event. The only spooky bit was having to pay two pounds for the couple of " maps". The café was completely overwhelmed but praise for the girl on the till she was very friendly but the others just seemed to be wandering around aimlessly as the queue at the counter got longer. My wife had to wait twenty minutes for a cup of chocolate! "The toilets stink", my five year old granddaughter's words, and my wife had to agree with her.
  • A good starting point for some nice walks. There are some interesting things for kids a short stroll from the shop/cafe. I've seen a variety of themed kids trails, but they all seem to be the same route which is a shame. The cafe/shop is a bit limited and is quite often crowded. The vegetable garden is easily missed but worth a look over.
  • Fabulous walks and cafe on site. Padley Gorge is wonderful with streams and mini water falls.... great for a picnic and there is normally an ice cream van parked on the main road.
  • A peaceful and rugged place with some stunning scenery and amazing walks. A place you can fall in love with all year round.