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  1. Peak District Information Website
  2. Ladybower Reservoir
  3. New Publication
  4. 14 Best Peak District & Derbyshire Winter Walks

Matlock Holiday Cottages. Farm-based Self Catering.

Peak District Information Website

Bed and Breakfast Search. Peak District Farm Holidays. Derbyshire Farm Holidays.

Peak District Country Walk Stanage Edge from Little John's Grave in Hathersage round

Ashbourne Accomm Group. Food and Drink index. Attractions Index.

Matlock Attractions. Full Towns and Villages List. Outdoor Index.


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Well Dressing. Peak District Events. Self Catering. Food and Drink. Area Map.

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Local Attractions. Baslow is the largest of the Derwent villages downstream of Hathersage but still within the boundary of the Peak Park.


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The wonderful old buildings, the character cottages and the meandering river with banks of green willow, make it an ideal place to explore. Famed for its unique pudding, a visit to one of the many tea shops should be on your list. Buxton lies just outside the Peak District National Park. It was founded by the Romans, who built baths to use the warm spa water. It has an opera house, a fine crescent and Pavilion Gardens. It has a well dressing and carnival in July.

A former spa town, Matlock is situated on the River Derwent. An outstandingly pretty village at the head of the Vale of Hope, surrounded on 3 sides by steep hills and close to the mighty Mam Tor.

New Publication

The Blue John Cavern is one of four show caves in Castleton. A newly refurbished visitors centre has a fascinating museum and a wealth of information on local attractions. Perhaps best known as walking country, the Peak District National Park offers a spectacular variety of scenery and routes to be explored — from steep sided limestone dales to the dramatic high moorlands. There is something for everyone — individuals, families and groups — whether you want a challenging hike or a short stroll.

Here at Manor House Farm Cottages you can walk directly from the door along the public footpath on our land which leads you directly down to Deepdale. Monsal Head is also a good walk from site with many lovely pubs and tea rooms en route.

14 Best Peak District & Derbyshire Winter Walks

If you don't want to organise your own walk, why not join a group walk or book a privately guided walk at www. We have books of walks and information available in the games room. We recommend these websites for further information on local walks:. We offer safe cycle storage for up to 12 bikes plus a bike stand, tools, pump and bike washing all thanks to Pedal Peak for Business, delivered by Peak District National Park Authority who awarded us a grant to encourage more cyclists to the area.

Explore the spectacular countryside by bicycle on quiet lanes or traffic-free trails such as Monsal Trail and Tissington Trail - both very close by and offering several miles of flat, traffic free easy cyling along dis-used railway lines. We recommend these websites for further information on local cycling routes:. Pedal Peak feel as passionate about providing for cyclists as we do.