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The weather in Hathersage
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Take in the Peak District's delights with a Hathersage holiday cottage
Set at the edge of the scenic Hope Valley, Hathersage is replete with historic buildings, friendly bars, and lovely nature walks. Explore your surroundings while staying at Hathersage accommodations.
Award-winning Cintra's Tearoom serves delicious coffee, sandwiches, homemade pies, and pastries. Follow the lead of seasoned hikers and climbers who enjoy the hearty English breakfasts served up at Pool Cafe. Its fish & chips, cream teas, and Yorkshire puddings are also recommended.
On the way to the Peak District, stop off at Colemans Deli for its sandwiches, tarts, and lattés. For a fun night out, Hathersage Social Club does the trick – check out its quirky decor and sample the delightful cheese and charcuterie menu. There's even have a cineclub.
Charlotte Brontë spent the summer of 1845 in Hathersage and wrote Jane Eyre. Her Norton village was sculpted after Hathersage, and the Elizabethan manor of North Lees Hall was where she lived. Those keen on unravelling Hathersage's history should embark on the Derwent Valley Heritage Way.
Another top-rated attraction is the ancient parish church of St Michael and All Angels, whose churchyard is home to the supposed grave of Little John, Robin Hood's chief lieutenant. Look out for the Eyre Brasses here – Charlotte Brontë named her heroine Jane Eyre after them.
Hathersage is a short drive from England's first national park, Peak District National Park. See its ancient stone villages and craggy outcrops, mysterious Dark Peak, and White Peak's surreal limestone dales. Spectacular Higgar Tor and Carl Wark Hillfort are worth a visit as well.
Stanage Edge is a popular location for ramblers and runners. For an easy walk with pretty views over the village of Baslow, head to Birchen Edge. Finally, don't forego Hope Valley if jaw-dropping gorges and valleys and fun community events are your thing.
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