Unfortunately, we are not currently able to accept bookings on our Pride & Prejudice or Princess Bride tours due to the closure of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Sudbury Hall. The landscape locations can still be visited as part of a bespoke tour.
The Perfect Tour for fans of The Princess Bride
As you wish! This is a unique experience to visit several iconic locations in the Peak District national park which were used in the 1987 classic movie, the Princess Bride.
Re-enact the famous hill rolling scene at the exact spot which was used and enjoy a look around the charming, historic streets of the village of Castleton, nestled below the slopes of the Shivering Mountain, Mam Tor and home to the 950 year old Peveril Castle.
Explore the dramatic landscapes at Carl Wark Iron Age fort, as well as neighbouring Higger Tor, which form an impressive backdrop in the film.
No Princess Bride tour would be complete without a visit to Prince Humperdink's castle, also known as Haddon Hall, the magnificent, medieval Manor House. Haddon has appeared in countless films and TV productions, including Mary Queen of Scots, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Sense and Sensibility, The Other Boleyn Girl...
There is also the opportunity to enjoy a walk along Baslow Edge, to enjoy wonderful views across the Peak District and overlooking Chatsworth House.
The Princess Bride Tour is available for private groups of 1 to 7 passengers. To get to some of the locations involves walking on fairly steep and uneven footpaths. For further details, and to check availability and prices, please click here.
Live For The Hills Tours Ltd 12 Brierley Park High Peak Derbyshire SK23 7NW