The Sun Inn, Bilsdale - Photo:
This is a small village
with a big attraction - one of the finest
examples of a 300-year-old cruck-framed house.
The building was originally a pub called the
Sun Inn which fell into neglect after the
First World War. Experts from the National
Park have reconstructed it down to its tiny
snug, thatched roof and witchpost. The area
around Bilsdale is noted for its rock
formations and among the favourites with
climbers are the Wainstones and the
‘bridestones’ of Nab End Moor.