“The eye can never be weary of looking upon these lovely hills, for the daily rising and setting of the sun are pictures of ever recurring beauty. If the storms which sweep down the Dale are fierce and formidable they are also grand and majestic.”
"A Life at One Living” – Gatty, Rector of Bradfield
Hallfield House today nestles into a hillside above the western bank of Dale Dyke Reservoir in Bradfield Dale in the Peak District and is a little known gem of the Sheffield area.
Standing at over 1000ft above sea-level, the setting and the views are superb and the history of the house, site and surrounding area are fascinating.