There is something for everyone in Tissington Village.
Established in 2011 by David Walker, this ‘Olde Worlde’ sweet shop has taken over the redundant Beech Cottage at the northern end of the village. Stocking an impressive range of 1940’s sweets for the confectionary connoisseur, the shop is open daily during the summer months. Tel: 01335 390537.
Nestled in the old Blacksmiths’ forge near the entrance to the village Annie Maudling and her team have been making and selling candles from their premises for over 10 years. With an extensive range and a host of different smelling scents the shop is open regularly during the season. Tel: 01335 390639
Visitors flock to Bakewell in the summer, to shop and explore its many nooks and cranies, to admire its fine buildings, or just relax and feed the ducks by the lovely, clear, sparkling waters of the River Wye. There is more space in the winter, but on a sunny day even, that is limited. Tel: 01335 350 317
A family run B&B on the edge of the Estate, with two ensuite double bedrooms and the Shepherds Hut that sleeps two in the garden. Available throughout the year. Proprietors Brian and Sarah Allen. Tel: 01335 350866
Tissington Nursery has traded from the Old Kitchen Gardens for over 10 yrs. Run by plantswoman Mairi Longdon, we sell an extensive and varied range including some unusual plants. "We have a passion for Herbaceous Perennials which is reflected in what we grow. Our plants are great for bees and butterflies. Tel: 01335 390650"
A lovely farmhouse B&B with 2 en-suite bedrooms overlooking the village street scene. Proprietors Tony and Julie Stone. Tel: 01335 390285
From countryside cycle routes like The Tissington Trail to action packed thrill seeking adventure at Alton Towers, The Peak District has something for everyone.