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Eyam Hall Craft Centre, Main Rd, Eyam, Hope Valley S32 5QW, UK – 01433 630505
Limited seating when we went as the tea room upstairs was closed. Food was good and service was ok. Worth the stop off after visiting the hall.
Main Street, Eyam S32 5QW, UK – 01433 639565
Eyam Hall and gardens are relatively small yet fascinating history provided by the wonderful NT volunteers. Parking is limited. Eyam is also a beautiful village with lots of points of interest and history, especially enjoyed the guided tour which i highly recommend. Will go back again to do more of the many walks around the area.
Visited Eyam Hall as we were staying in the village. Eyam is a beautiful village historically very interesting. Hall and gardens were lovely. However came out just before 4 and the tea room was closed! What the hell is that all about the hall was still open and there were loads of people about. What is it with businesses up here closing at 4.
Church Street,, Eyam, Eyam, Hope Valley S32 5QH, UK – 01433 630930
Informative about the plague story of Eyam. Plague register plus useful maps and booklets. A peaceful place of worship. Helpful stewards.
It's very moving walking round the village reading the history then seeing the graves of the poor people who lost there lives in this terrible tragedy.
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