North Lees Farm is situated in the Hope Valley, just a stone's throw away from the picturesque village of Hathersage. The farm features a number of sites of archaeological importance, environmentally significant wild flower meadows and the iconic Stanage Edge. The farm includes a variety of footpaths catering to both the avid walker and those out for a relaxing stroll in the sun, both of which can be finished off perfectly with a cream tea in our garden.
We serve teas, coffees and a selection of homemade cakes from the farmhouse. This is situated next to North Lees Hall, made famous for its Charlotte Bronte connection. We have a seating area in our garden where you can take a break from your walk and enjoy a drink and a cake in a peaceful setting overlooking some great views of the Hope Valley. Please click on the picture above for more information.
North Lees Farm is a traditional upland farm, comprising part of the North Lees Estate. We have mainly hill sheep with some cattle. Please click picture above for more information.