Known for its rugged peaks, gentle slopes, and picturesque dales, the Peak District offers a wealth of natural beauty and outdoor activities.
As you explore this magnificent area, be sure to visit the village of Tideswell, also known as "The Cathedral of the Peak," with its impressive church dedicated to St John the Baptist. Experience the unique cultural traditions of well dressing and carnival wakes in this charming village.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find a paradise in the Peak District National Park. With excellent walking opportunities right on your doorstep, you can explore iconic landmarks such as Mam Tor and Castleton.
For a touch of history and relaxation, venture to the spa town of Buxton, famous for its thermal springs and Victorian architecture. And don't miss the chance to visit the grand Chatsworth House, the medieval Haddon Hall, and the stunning Lyme Park, all easily accessible from the Peak District.
For those seeking adventure, the Goyt Valley and Castleton offer a range of fascinating caverns to explore, including Blue John, Speedwell, and the intriguingly named Devil's Arse.
Cycling enthusiasts can embark on the scenic Monsal Trail or High Peak Trail, while nature lovers can discover the beauty of Tideswell Dale, a nature reserve park with a captivating sculpture trail. When it's time to refuel, Tideswell and nearby towns like Buxton and Bakewell offer a variety of dining options.
From traditional shops and friendly pubs to delightful tearooms and superb restaurants, you'll find something to satisfy every palate. Whether you're seeking tranquility in the countryside or an active adventure, the Peak District National Park has it all. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty, explore historic landmarks, and create unforgettable memories in this enchanting location.
Eden Tree Caravan Park in the Peak District is a prime spot for exploring Derbyshire's landmarks like Chatsworth House and Buxton Spa Town. A short walk from Bradwell's lively village center, it's near the New Bath Hotel, famous for its pub and beers. Ideal for outdoor activities such as pot-holing and fishing, the park also offers a longstanding static caravan area for those looking to settle in the region.View property
Charlesworth Lodges in Glossop offers a serene countryside retreat with a hot tub. Accommodations include one and two-bedroom lodges and a cottage, all featuring amenities like TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, and fully equipped kitchens. Comforts include bed linen, duvets, towels, and a verandah with garden furniture.View property
Greenhills Holiday Park, near Bakewell in Derbyshire, offers a scenic setting in 33 acres of countryside. It accommodates 140 touring units with electrical hook-ups and 45 tent pitches, all with stunning countryside views. The park also features areas for privately owned caravan holiday homes and offers seasonal touring pitches. Visitors can enjoy the natural beauty and explore the surrounding Wye Valley.View property
Lime Tree Holiday Park, situated at the entrance to Buxton and the Peak District National Park, combines natural beauty with convenient access to the historic spa town of Buxton. This four-star park, set against a limestone gorge and old railway viaduct, offers picturesque views and excellent facilities for camping, caravanning, and self-catering stays. Ideal for families, it allows guests to immerse in local heritage while being close to Buxton's historic buildings, dramatic landscapes, and famous festivals in the Peak District.View property