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The Roaches

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The Roaches Bunkhouse is at the foot of The Roaches, a famous gritstone escarpment along the south west edge of the Peak District. Worn into fantastic shapes by the elements the rocks stretch for 3 miles with magnificent views over Tittesworth reservoir. The edges provide some of the best gritstone climbing in the country, with famous routes such as Valkyrie and The Swan. The Roaches Bunkhouse is an ideal base for climbers, walkers and cyclists, with glorious walks, climbing and cycling from the doorstep in all directions. The Roaches Bunkhouse is in the village of Upper Hulme in the Peak District National Park, 150 meters from Ye Old Rock Inn pub (currently closed for refurbishment) which provides excellent food and draught ales. The Roaches Tea Room is 1/2 a mile away and The Three Horse Shoes, The lazy Trout, The reform Inn and the Winking Man pubs are all within 2 miles. Leek, 3 miles away, is the closest town for amenities.

There are many activities in our local area including Tru North Adventures (E-Bike adventures), Peak Climbing School meters from our doorstep as well as Tittesworth Water Sport Centre, Trials days and much more. Alton Towers is just a 30 minute drive from us.

The Bunkhouse


The Bunkhouse is a perfect place to rest your head after a long day walking/hiking in the Peak District. It offers basic, clean and affordable accommodation, ideal for walkers and climbers.

The bunkhouse can be hired out on a sole use only basis for up to 36 people.

The 9 bedrooms are simple and laid out in dormitory style with bunk beds, guests are required to bring a sleeping bag.

There is a dining area with tables and chairs, lounge area with sofas and log fire, fully equipped self catering kitchen will be available, Male/Female bathroom areas with hot showers, plus toilets and wash basins, outdoor BBQ area.

Parking is provided on site free of charge.

Please note-

The bunkhouse is not heated.

The communal dining area has a log burner for warmth if required.

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