The Peak District is one of the UK’s top destinations for cycling. In fact for many visitors the chance to roll up and down the hills amidst stunning scenery is the reason for being there. This summer the National Park is embracing its popularity for cycling with months of related events spread across the Peak District.
The counties of Hampshire and Wiltshire are located in the South of England and offer plenty of potential for holidaymakers looking to see the best of Britain. They’re both within easy access of London, and served by the M3. But, if you’d rather leave the driving to someone else, there are train services to both counties. This makes them convenient for holidaymakers from all over the UK.
The Peak District is the UK’s original National Park and continues to draw millions of visitors from across the globe every year. Covering an area of more than 500 square miles yet having a population of less than 40,000, it’s a place where you can escape the modern rat race for a little while. There’s much more to do than just walk up and down hills though, although that is a popular activity for many. Take a look at some of the other things to do in the Peak District.
Derbyshire is the very heart of England. This landlocked county has prided itself on its importance as a cultural and trading centre for centuries. The result is a county filled with attractions, from locations that celebrate the county’s industrial heritage, to the stately homes and castles dotted throughout the breath-taking countryside. Our exclusive selection of luxury holiday homes in the heart of the Peak District National Park make it easy for you to explore everything this beautiful county has to offer. Here are just a few of the best places to visit in Derbyshire.