Mill Farm Holiday Cottages, Crowhole, Barlow, Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 7TJ

Telephone Sheffield 0114 289 0543  email:

Mill Farm
Holiday Cottages
and campsite


Local attractions.

Campsite .

Fishing lakes.

Snack Bar/Wi-Fi.

How to find us.




Bookings and enquiries

Holiday cottages:
Phone: 0114 289 0543

Fax: 0114 289 1473





Caravans and tents

Phone: 0114 289 9167

E-mail: uk

Fisherman’s  Friend Cafe at Barlow Fishery

Cottage holidaymakers and anglers are sure to find a warm and friendly welcome when they pay a visit to the snack bar.


The snack bar lies alongside the second coarse lake, about a ten minute stroll from the cottages. A new and comprehensive menu has been introduced and visitors can enjoy real Derbyshire fayre from local suppliers. The following breakfast menus are a guide to what is on offer although the menu is subject to change without notice.


The small £3 breakfast includes a cup of tea or coffee, 1 bacon, 1 sausage, 1 egg, beans or tomatoes and a slice of toast.

The large breakfast, £5, includes a cup of tea or coffee, 2 bacon, 2 sausages, 1 egg, 1 black pudding, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, hash brown and two slices of toast.

The £7 Belly Buster is a real challenge. It includes a cup of tea or coffee, 3 bacon, 3 sausages, 2 eggs, black pudding, mushrooms, 2 hash browns, beans, tomatoes and three slices of toast.

There is always an extensive range of cold sandwiches and soft drinks and an ever changing hot lunch time menu.

The specials menu changes on a daily basis.

The snack bar is open from 8.30am to 3.30pm seven days a week in summer and from 9.0am to 2.30pm in winter.



Local attractions


Fishing lakes

How to find us



Free wi-fi

Free wi-fi is provided in our cottages.

Away from the cottages, B.T. Broadband customers requiring free wi-fi should have no difficulty in finding BT Wi-Fi Hotspots scattered throughout Barlow.  You will need your user name - usually your e-mail address - and your normal password.

Visitors who need an excuse to go for a pint can also get free wi-fi when they visit the aptly named Moorlands pub just up the B6051. (Sat nav S17 3BQ). It’s about a ten minute drive. Turn right on the main road near the farm gate and just keep going until you reach Owler Bar roundabout.Go right round the roundabout and the pub is at the bottom end, just past the Peacock. O2 provide a totally free wi fi service to customers. You can register on line when you get there. This will also give you access to around 8000 totally free wi-fi hotspots throughout the land. You can also register in advance at
The Moorlands is also worth a visit for their splendid carvery lunch, about £4, and their weekend “all you can eat” breakfasts served from 9.30 am.
*for complete details see the Moorlands website

The Moorlands, Owler Bar Roundabout