About Hall Dale, Staffordshire Moorlands (DE6 2AD)

Name: Hall Dale, Staffordshire Moorlands
Place type: Valley
Location: Grid Ref: SK 1354 5366 • X/Y co-ords: 413545, 353670 • Lat/Long: 53.08010101,-1.79927250
District: Staffordshire Moorlands
County/Unitary Authority: Staffordshire
Region: West Midlands
Country: England
Height: 250.2m
OS Explorer map: OL24: Peak District

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Meadow Place, in IPSTONES
Sleeps: 10, Bedrooms: 4

Superb, Grade II listed stone-built barn conversion in Ipstones. Features include beams, exposed stone walls and first floor vaulted living room. Ashbourne 9 miles.

Barn Croft Cottage, in ELTON
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

Delightful stone-built cottage in elevated Peak village of Elton. Comfortable accommodation in excellent walking country. Winster 1 mile.

Cobbled Corner, in ELTON
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

A delightful stone-built retreat in the village of Elton in the Peak District National Park. Cosy, comfortable accommodation over one floor. Excellent walking. Matlock 5 miles.

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