Hathersage has superb public transport links and we would encourage you to leave your car behind and start your holiday without the stress of driving.  Hathersage train station is 10 minutes walk from the Lodge and buses stop at the bottom of the drive.  Whilst the train line passes nearby Sladen Lodge, it does not affect the vast majority of guests.  Please see reviews on Trip Advisor for further reassurance.



 Arriving by: 


The 272 service runs from Sheffield to Castleton via Hathersage.  It takes approximately 30 minutes from Sheffield Interchange- ask to get off at the bridge in Hathersage.  Please click here for information.


The train service runs from Sheffield to Manchester via Hathersage.  It takes approximately 15 minutes from Sheffield and 1hr from Manchester.  The stop in Hathersage is 10 minutes walk from the Lodge.  Trains run hourly at weekends and 2 hourly on weekdays.  Please click here for information.


Please contact SOS Taxis on 0754 1101076 for journey times and prices.



Please be aware that this postcode covers a large area and Sladen Lodge driveway is located on the A6187 immediately beside the railway bridge on the outskirts of Hathersage.

Approaching from Grindleford (B6001)

When you reach the T-Junction (George Hotel) in Hathersage turn left towards Castleton.  After 200m you will see a railway bridge.  Sladen Lodge is on the right immediately before the bridge.

view as you approach from Grindleford or Sheffield

Approaching from Sheffield (A6187)

You will drive through the village of Hathersage on the A6187 towards Castleton.  Once you have passed the George Hotel on your right look out for the railway bridge some 200m further on.  Sladen Lodge drive is on the right immediately before you go under the bridge.

Approaching from Bamford/Bradwell or Castleton (A6187)

You will approach Hathersage on the A6187 from Bamford/Bradwell or Castleton.  On passing the 30mile speed restriction sign the road bends to the left and Sladen Lodge drive is on the left immediately after you have passed under the railway bridge.  The drive is a very sharp turn back on yourself and we therefore recommend that you continue past the drive, turn around in the village and return for easier access.

view as you approach from Bamford/Bradwell or Castleton

Plan a route by road – Visit AA Routefinder

Please contact us should you need help in planning your journey.