How to get there?
Barber Booth is a small hamlet in Derbyshire, there are no direct public transports links. However, Edale is a short distance away so if you don’t have your own transport I’d recommed starting your walk from there instead.
Where to park?
There is a small car park in Barber Booth, just up from the main road which continues into Edale. It’s a free car park but only big enough for 10-12 cars. At weekends it can fill up quickly. There are a few spaces near the railway bridge but if it’s full driving to Edale would be a better option.
There are no toilets at Barber Booth, the nearest public ones are in Edale.
Where to eat and drink?
Again, the best option for food and drink is Edale. The village has two lovely pubs in – The Ramblers Inn, next to the train station and Nags Head further down the village at the start of the Pennine Way National Trail.
In addition, there’s the Penny Pot Cafe next to Edale train station.
There are two campsites near Barber Booth
However there is a wider range of accommodation options in Edale, Derbyshire.
Camping – Fieldhead Campsite next to the Peak District visitor centre
There are also a few Airbnb options in Edale
More Edale Airbnb options here.
Check out all the Airbnb accommodation options in the Peak District here.