Area guides for the Peak District National Park

The Peak District is the UK's oldest National Park, offering 555 square miles of protected English countryside that hosts 22 million visitors each year. Think of Bakewell puddings, Chatsworth House, Plague cottages in Eyam and the famous Derbyshire dales and you have the Peak District. Enjoy!

10 Content Pages

HATHERSAGE INSIDER

An introduction to the 'home of Little John' nestled beneath beautiful Stanage Edge......
Matlock and Matlock Bath visitor guide

With a wealth of attractions, excellent accommodation, restaurants, fish and chips shops, amusement arcades...
Hartington visitor guide

Hartington, a prosperous looking village standing at the northern end of the Dove Valley, still has the...
TIDESWELL INSIDER

Tideswell. Or 'Tidsa' as it known locally - and 'Cathedral town of the Peak'...with some...
BAKEWELL INSIDER

BAKEWELL – ancient 'capital of the Peak'. World famous puddings, the area’s premier agricultural...
Ashbourne visitor guide

Elegant Ashbourne is primarily a market town. It celebrated the 750th anniversary of its charter in 2007...
Buxton visitor guide

BUXTON in Derbyshire – famous for its scenery, its architecture and its water – and now poised for a...
EYAM

Insider's guide to the 'plague' village of Eyam. Pronounced 'eem' it has its place...
CASTLETON INSIDER

WATCH VIDEO . Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire - affectionately known as the 'Gem of the...
Chesterfield visitor guide

Chesterfield, the historic market town just to the East of the Peak District National Park is most famous...

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Sleeps 4 with 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Beamed ceilings Central heating Log burner Fully fitted kitchen...