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Derbyshire Tourist Information for popular areas of the UK

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Adrian Ashworth Landscape Photographer

Adrian Ashworth is a Peak District landscape photographer whose work featured in The AA Landscape Photographer...
All Saints Church in Elton

The Parish Church of All Saints was completely rebuilt in 1812 after the collapse of the old steeple...
All Saints Parish Church in Bakewell

Dominating the skyline from a hillside perch above the town is the imposing All Saints’ Parish Church...
ALSOP EN LE DALE INSIDER

A secluded hideaway for fugitives and reformers......
Arbor Low and Gibb hill - henge, stone circle and burial mounds

Arbor Low is a Neolithic henge monument, stone circle and burial mound in the Peak District, Derbyshire...
Arts in the Peak District

With so much great art inspired by the surrounds of the Peak District, it’s only fitting that the National...
Ashbourne Cycle Hire

Ashbourne Cycle Hire is situated at the southern end of the Tissington Trail just outside Ashbourne town...
Ashbourne Golf Club

The re-development of Ashbourne Golf Club began in 1996 when the Joules family relocated to Wales, putting...
Bakewell Golf Club

The thriving market town of Bakewell lies in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Overlooking...
Bakewell Museum

This fascinating old house contains a wonderful collection of items from the Bakewell area, displayed...
Bakewell Show

Bakewell's strong connection with agriculture is emphasised every August when the town hosts the...
Bird Watching in the Peak National Park

Local bird enthusiast Simon Currie tells us how and where to see Derbyshire’s varied bird population...
Blue John Cavern

The Blue John Cavern is one of four show caves in the Castleton area of Derbyshire. The semi-precious...
Bolsover Castle near Chesterfield

This splendidly romantic castle, perched on an imposing bluff which commands the valley below, was built...
Buxton and High Peak Golf Club

Buxton and High Peak Golf Club is generally recognised as the oldest club in Derbyshire....
Buxton mountain bike route

Buxton Round: Starting point: Buxton either town centre or park just out of the centre. Distance approx...
Buxton Opera House

Buxton Opera House is in The Square, Buxton, Derbyshire. It is a 900 seat opera house....
Buxton visitor guide

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

Carsington Water is a Severn Trent Water reservoir in Derbyshire, between Ashbourne and Wirksworth. It...
Castleton 5 mile walk

Castleton Circuit – 5 miles of views! Try this circular walk of 5 miles which passes the devastation...
Castleton Caves & Caverns

The picture-postcard village of Castleton is arguably the most famous settlement in the Peak District...
CASTLETON INSIDER

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

Stunning Peak District location - there's no wonder that Castleton is such a popular destination...
Cavendish Golf Club

Cavendish, which opened in 1925, was designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, and unlike many early courses...
Chapel-en-le Frith Visitor Guide

Chapel-en-le-Frith, known to locals as simply 'Chapel', sits on the edge of the Peak District...
Chatsworth and The Devonshires

Many visitors, especially those from overseas, are often bemused to find that the family seat of the...
Chatsworth Country Fair

While many of the Peak District’s annual country shows have been running for upwards of a century, Chatsworth...
Chatsworth Fair, Bakewell Show & other Peak District festivals

Although not prosperous in the way it once was, farming and agriculture still play a major part in everyday...
Chatsworth Farm Shop

Chatsworth Farm Shop began life in 1977 in a 20 sq ft converted tack room opened by the then Duchess...
Chatsworth Triangle Walk

Chatsworth Walks - 8 miles - includes this marvellous circular walk that offers great photo opportunities...
Chelmorton - the lofty, linear village near Buxton

'Chelly' - the linear village near Taddington, enjoys a good pub and plenty of lung stretching...
Chesterfield FC and the b2net Stadium

For years when people thought of Chesterfield FC, they thought of the ultimate spit ‘n’ sawdust football...
Chestnut Centre

The Chestnut Centre is a nature centre and conservation park which lies off the A625 road between Chapel...
Christ Church in Litton

Prior to the building of this dimunutive church, services were held in the local school....
Christmas in Castleton

Some villages barely make an effort at Christmas. Others opt for a solitary tree and a token row of twinklies...
Church of St Michael and All Angels in Hathersage

The Church of St Michael and All Angels stands high on a hillside above the Derbyshire town of Hathersage...
Church of St Michael and All Angels in Sheldon

Situated at an altitude of 1000 feet above sea level, Sheldon commands extensive views of the surrounding...
Church of St Michael and All Angels in Taddington

This church has been described as 'one of the prettiest and best-proportioned churches of the Peak...
Crooked Spire Chesterfield

Chesterfield's famous `Crooked Spire' is said to be Derbyshire's most well known visible...
Dales of the Peak

"The whole gift of the country is in its glens. The wide acreage of field or moor above is wholly...
Derbyshire and Lancashire Gliding Club

Camphill is just the place for you to experience the magic of glider flight - to actually soar like a...
Derbyshire and Peak District fishing

One of the secrets about the Peak District is the quality of the trout fishing. There are two large still...
Derbyshire Flying Centre

The Derbyshire Flying Centre was established in 1987 by Stephen Hudson CFI - British Hang Gliding team...
Discover Britain with National Parks Week

Skyscraping mountains, plunging valleys, expansive coastlines and rugged, desolate moorland. Britain...
Dovedale

Beautiful Dovedale is loved and visited by a million plus visitors a year - mainly to cross the newly...
East Lodge Restaurant

The restaurant at East Lodge - our team of Chefs, awarded 2 AA Rosettes, create mouth-watering menus...
Edale mountain bike ride

Edale Circuit: Starting Point: Edale Car Pay and Display Car Park. Distance approx: 15 miles Map: OL...
Fin Cop Hillfort

The unruffled peace and quiet of a former Peak District hillfort site has been shaken by archaeologists...
Freshfields Donkey Village

This unique charity not only rescues and cares for donkeys which have been abandoned, mistreated or neglected...
Friends of the Peak District

This page has been donated by Let's Stay Peak District - Corporate Partner of the Peak District....
Glossop - Gateway to the Peak

Let's Stay Peak District brings you our guide to Glossop, Derbyshire, one-time industrial centre...
Graham Dunn Photography

Graham Dunn is an award-winning Sheffield-based photographer, inspired by the landscapes of the Peak...
Great Longstone 8 mile walk

Great Longstone to Monsal Dale, Ashford in the Water and back. An eight-mile circular walk that passes...
Great Longstone annual charity walk day with the Crispin Inn

9th annual walk. Organised by the Crispin Inn, Great Longstone - this annual walk day helps raise funds...
Gulliver

Gulliver’s is a family theme park designed to cater for families with children between the age of two...
Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall is an unspoilt, fortified medieval manor house dating from the 11th Century, and is the home...
Hassop to Pilsley 7 mile walk

Allow around 3.5 – 4.5 hours with a 15 minute stop. Start this walk in the village of Pilsley near Chatsworth...
HATHERSAGE INSIDER

An introduction to the 'home of Little John' nestled beneath beautiful Stanage Edge......
Hathersage Outdoor Swimming Pool

This unique outdoor heated swimming pool, which is owned and managed by Hathersage Parish Council, is...
Hayfield Visitor Guide

Let's Stay Peak District's introduction to the village of Hayfield, in Derbyshire's High...
Highwaymen of the Peak

The Peak District today is a beautiful and very safe part of the world, but it hasn’t always been the...
History of Haddon Hall

Let's Stay Peak District takes a closer look at Haddon Hall and its history....
Hobbs Cafe Monsal Head

Stunningly situated café boasting breathtaking views across Monsal Dale....
Holy and Undivided Trinity Church in Edale

This charming little Victorian Parish Church was built in 1886 and is the third church on the site....
Holy Trinity Church in Tansley

Halfway along Church Street, built on a slight rise, the Anglican Holy Trinity Church looks down on the...
Holy Trinity Parish Church in Ashford-in-the-Water

Dating back to around 1205 is the grey limestone Holy Trinity Parish Church, largely rebuilt in 1870...
Hope Show and Sheepdog Trials

Sheepdog trials, show jumping, heavy horses, alpacas, cattle and sheep, including rare breeds, gundog...
Hope Valley Line

Some train journeys can be depressing, but one route which traverses the heart of the Peak District stands...
Hot Air Balloon Rides in the Peak District

Surely one of the most breathtaking ways to experience the Peak District is to take flight in a hot air...
Lathkill Dale and Youlgreave walk

5 miles. Takes around 2.5 hours - great walk though!...
Lead Mining in the Peak

Lead ore (galena) has been mined in the Peak since Roman times, but the real ‘lead rush’ took place in...
Leek Visitor Guide

Let's Stay Peak District brings you its introduction, overview and guide to Leek, on the south westerly...
Litton and Cressbrook Dale walk

A 3-4 hour, 7 easy miles’ stroll through some lovely Dales with a traditional village, hikers’ cafes...
Longshaw Sheep Dog Trials

The Longshaw Sheep Dog Trials claim to be the oldest continuous trials in the country. They have been...
Matlock and Matlock Bath visitor guide

With a wealth of attractions, excellent accommodation, restaurants, fish and chips shops, amusement arcades...
Matlock Bath Illuminations

Matlock Bath's annual light spectacular is a rare treat for adults and children alike......
Matlock Golf Club

Matlock Golf Club celebrated its centenary year in 2006 and in the time since then its course has developed...
Michael Cummins Photography

Landscape photography, downloads, prints & commissions. Commercial photography including holiday...
Monsal Dale 7 mile walk

This easy circular stroll takes in some of the most beautiful sections through Monsal Dale, Miller’s...
Monsal Dale videos

2011 Monsal Dale video in full HD. Almost 3 minutes of superb scenery, beautiful Peak District vistas...
Monsal Dale walk of 10 miles

START AT THE CRISPIN INN, GREAT LONGSTONE - CHECK WITH LANDLORD FOR PARKING - 01629 640 237 - allow 3...
Monsal Trail & Peak District Trails video - in full HD

Full HD 2011 video featuring 6 minutes of spectacular footage of the Monsal Trail and its newly reopened...
Monuments in the Peak District

The Peak District is home to around 450 protected monuments and stone circles. Some are pre-historic...
Mountain bike ride at Carsington

Carsington Reservoir. Starting point: The car park at the Visitor Centre at Carsington Water which can...
Mountain bike ride near Peak Forest

Peak Forest - Starting point: Peak Forest village. Distance approx: 21 miles Map: OL 24 Ride suited to...
Mountain Bike riding at Stanage

Stanage Circular. Starting point: The car park at Fox Houses Inn which can be found near Hathersage on...
Mountain Biking around Eyam

Starting point: Eyam or anywhere on the route as it’s a circular trip. Distance approx: 18 miles Map...
Mountain biking at Ladybower

Starting point: The car park on the A6013 north of Bamford near the Ladybower Reservoir. Distance approx...
Mountain biking on the Monsal Trail

The Monsal Trail is a ride for all the family. Starting point: Station Road, Bakewell (the old station...
Mountain biking on the Tissington Trail

Tissington Trail, suitable for families. Starting point: Parsley Hay to Hartington signal box or further...
Myths and Legends of the Peak

Myths and legends in the Peak District are as common as the frequent mists which descend on its hills...
National Tramway Museum Crich

At Crich an old once abandoned quarry has been transformed into the Crich Tramway Village, home of the...
Parish Church of All Saints in Youlgreave

Youlgreave’s parish church of All Saints, with its magnificent Perpendicular pinnacled tower, dominates...
Parish Church of King Charles the Martyr in the Peak Forest

The highly unusual dedication of the Parish Church of King Charles the Martyr gives a clue to its extra...
Parish church of St Anne in Baslow

Beautiful location near the Chatsworth estate, unusual clockface and flanked by two excellent pubs!...
Parish church of St Barnabas in Bradwell

The picturesque Parish Church of St Barnabas was built in 1868, with the Church School adjacent to it...
Parish Church of St Giles in Hartington

The hill-top Parish Church of St Giles is one of the most interesting in the Peak District, with a two...
Parish Church of St Leonard in Monyash

The Parish Church of St Leonard dates from the 12th century (1198), and is one of the prettiest in the...
Parish church of St Mary in Tissington

On an imposing hill opposite the Hall is the splendid 12th century Norman tower of the Parish Church...
Parish church of St Peter in Alstonefield

Hidden from view on the south side of the village is St Peter's Church - a place of worship rich...
Parish church of St Peter in Parwich

The church dates back for centuries, yet very little is known about this church's Norman origins...
Parish Church of St. Mary’s in Cromford

Cromford’s Parish Church of St Mary, built on the orders of Sir Richard Arkwright in 1797, stands below...
Parsley Hay Cycle Hire

Parsley Hay Cycle Hire is situated eight miles south of the spa town of Buxton....
Parson House Outdoor Pursuits Centre

Parson House Outdoor Pursuit Centre is dedicated to providing a safe environment for outdoor activities...
Peak Cavern

The Peak Cavern, also known as the Devil's Arse (called so because of the flatulent-sounding noises...
Peak District Beers and Breweries

The so-called noughties have been notable for several things – Apple and its endless stream of gadgets...
Peak District cafes

It’s probably fair to say there was once a time when cafés in this country – not least in rural...
Peak District Driving Tour

A sixty mile circular drive passing through some beautiful and often lesser known Peak District scenery...
Peak District Hits Bullseye for Outdoor Breaks

The Peak District National Park is no stranger to starring roles in major period drama productions. Recent...
Peak District National Park - by Roly Smith

An introduction to the Peak District by the president of the national Outdoor Writers' and Photographers...
Peak District Photography Courses

Improve your photography skills with a Peak District photography course......
Peak District pubs with great views

NEW SERIES: Great Derbyshire pubs and Peak District Inns in superb locations with great views (in no...
PEAK DISTRICT RIVERS

Perhaps the most famous of Peak District rivers is the Dove, described by Charles Cotton, co-author...
Peak District Rivers and Streams video

Full HD 2011 video featuring more than three minutes of enchanting footage of the Peak District's...
Peak District Rock Climbing

Watch video. The Peak District National Park provides plentiful opportunities for all manner of outdoor...
Peak District Rock Climbing video

Full HD 2011 video featuring over three minutes of the delights of rock climbing in the Peak District...
Peak Practice Golf Driving Range

Our golf driving range is set in the beautiful hills of the Peak District. We are situated within walking...
Peak Rail

Peak Rail is a preserved railway operating timetabled steam services for tourists and visitors to the...
Peak Walking Adventures

Guided walking in the Peak District & Derbyshire Dales with Peak Walking Adventures......
Peakland Hills

Many people come to the Peak District looking for a sharply pointed hill, which is the dictionary definition...
Peakland Traditions

Let's Stay Peak District casts its eye over some of the unique traditions and customs forged in the...
Pennine Helicopters

Various lengths of helicopter rides are available from around £39.00 Numerous sites ranging from...
PEVERIL CASTLE, CASTLETON

Peveril Castle, which has also been known as ‘Peak Castle’ in the past, is a castle in Castleton, Derbyshire...
Pikehall Harness Racing

A horse’s most basic requirement for good health is fresh air and grass, and as such the Peak District...
Pop Culture in the Peak District

Those three words alone – The Peak District – conjure images of vast expanses of green and pleasant land...
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum

Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum has one of the best collections of original horse drawn vehicles...
Renishaw Hall

Renishaw Hall is a stately home in Derbyshire which dates from the 17th century. It is a Grade I listed...
Sheldon Day

Sheldon Day is an annual village celebration in the Peak District, featuring bunting, live music and...
Sheldon Road Walk

A Country Lane delight - an antidote to really bad weather....
Sickleholme Golf Club

Founded in 1898 Sickleholme is a small friendly club nestling in the heart of the beautiful Peak District...
Speedwell Cavern

The Speedwell Cavern is one of the four show caves in Castleton....
St Bartholomew’s Church in Longnor

St Bartholomew’s Church, originally dating back to the Middle Ages, was rebuilt in 1780 - and later raised...
St Edmund’s Church in Castleton

A church of Norman origin, St Edmund's was built before the year 1200....
St Giles Parish Church of Matlock

St Giles’ Parish Church originally dates back to medieval times, but has undergone several changes over...
St Giles Parish Church, Great Longstone, Derbyshire

Tucked away, just off the main route through the centre of the village and on a back-road from the nearby...
St John the Baptist Church in Bamford

Built in 1861, St John the Baptist Church in Bamford is the only church in Derbyshire designed by renowned...
St John the Baptist Church in Tideswell

Tideswell’s parish church is known as 'the Cathedral of the Peak' and was described by no less...
St Oswald

Boasting the oldest brass consecration plate in this country and the second oldest in Europe......
Stately Homes in Derbyshire and the Peak District

Between around the mid-12th century and the early part of the 20th century, hundreds of unfeasibly large...
Sunday lunch at Losehill House hotel in Hope

Spectacularly located hotel hidden away between Win Hill and Lose Hill on the Hope to Edale Road....
Sunday lunch at Rowley

Popular spin-off to Fischer's Michelin starred restaurant at nearby Baslow Hall. Sunday lunch served...
Sunday lunch at The Derwent Water Arms in Calver

Sunday lunch at The Derwent Water Arms in Calver - excellent value, excellent quality....
Sunday lunch at the Maynard

Unbiased, un-announced Sunday lunch at The Maynard review by Let's Stay Peak District. All drinks...
Tansley visitor guide

Tansley village lies 2 miles east of Matlock on the A615 Matlock to Alfreton road. The village is built...
The Church Inn

At the Church Inn we offer a varied menu and a pleasant and comfortable dining area, where you can eat...
The Church of The Annunciation in Chesterfield

Designed by architect Joseph Harsom, the Annunciation was built in 1854....
The Derwent Gallery

We always have an excellent selection of original paintings of the Peak District in addition to prints...
The Heights of Abraham

Visit the Heights of Abraham this year and you will soon discover that the spectacular cable car ride...
The Parish Church of St Lawrence in Eyam

The Parish Church of St Lawerence partly dates from the 12th century and is believed to stand on a Saxon...
The Parish Church of St Mary and All Saints in Chesterfield

Chesterfield’s best-known attraction is the crooked spire of its parish church – a striking landmark...
The Parish Church of St Peter in Hope

The Parish Church of St Peter at Hope dates mainly from the 14th century, and has a stumpy, broached...
The Richard Whittlestone Wildlife Gallery

Situated in the glorious Chatsworth Estate, The Richard Whittlestone Wildlife Gallery is the permanent...
The Wonders of the Peak

Echoing the classic Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Seven Wonders of the Peak became an accepted...
Tissington Hall

Tucked away in the Peak District’s wild rolling hills lies the Tissington Estate....
Top Ten Attractions of the Peak District

Let's Stay Peak District brings you our very own top ten attractions in the Peak District, the UK...
Top Ten Beauty Spots in the Peak District National Park

Let's Stay Peak District attempts the impossible and brings you our top ten Peak beauty spots. We...
Trails for cycling and walking

Derbyshire’s countryside and the ever-changing landscape of the Peak District offer a wide variety of...
Treak Cliff Cavern

Treak Cliff Cavern is of international fame and geological importance. It has been a designated a Site...
Uttoxeter Races

Horse racing in the Peak District isn’t your standard fare. Point-to-pointing and Harness Racing take...
Web Design for the UK holiday industry

Prepare to take control! Looking for a superb new website that's been designed specifically for holiday...
Well Dressing video

2011 Well Dressing video in full HD. Over four minutes of insight into this unique Peak District custom...
Where To Have A Flutter in the Peak District

A horse’s most basic requirement for good health is fresh air and grass, and as such the Peak District...
White Peak Challenge Walk

25 miles. John Merrill’s Peak District Challenge Walk (the original 1983 White Peak version available...

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Anglers Rest, Miller' />

Peak District pub by the river Wye in Miller's Dale. New owners 2017...