Topping the ridge to the south of Castleton, this evocative castle has been so ravaged by the centuries that it almost looks like a crag...
Attached to the tourist office, the cute town museum has displays on everything from mining and geology to rock climbing, hang-gliding...
About half a mile west of Castleton at the mouth of Winnats Pass, this claustrophobe's nightmare is reached via an eerie boat ride...
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn
Tradition is everything at this well-known alehouse in a fine, old timbered building on the main road. There are also comfy guest rooms.
Three Roofs Cafe
The most popular purveyor of cream teas, opposite the turn-off to the tourist office.
Peak Cavern information
Castleton's most convenient cave is easily reached by a pretty streamside walk from the village centre. It has the largest natural cave entrance in England, known (not so prettily) as the Devil's Arse. Dramatic limestone formations are lit with fibre-optic cables.