Article published: March 1st, 2012
Derbyshire’s Peak District features some of England’s most stunning scenery, from rolling green hills, to quaint stone villages and it boasts some of the country’s finest stately homes. It is little wonder why millions of people flock to its attractions each year.
Peak District Accommodation is plentiful, from Derbyshire Holiday Cottages to converted barns and chapels, there really is a superb choice of accommodation Derbyshire wide. Hard Days Knight has a superb portfolio of properties to suit all parties and all budgets.
No matter where your Peak District accommodation is located, you are sure to be close to an abundance of attractions to make your Derbyshire holiday one to remember for years to come. There is plenty to do in the Peak District for people of all ages and all interests. Matlock provides the Heights of Abraham cable car ride, which takes people to the top of the deep Derwent Valley, carved out by a river that played its role in providing power for the Industrial Revolution. It’s route towards Derby is spotted with historical mills which pioneered techniques to harvest its power.
Matlock is also host to Gulliver’s Kingdom, a theme park especially for children. However, should your group be seeking more vigorous thrills, Alton Towers is a short journey away.
For those interested more in heritage, Chatsworth Hall, located close to Bakewell and standing on the east bank of the River Derwent makes for a superb day out. Close by, Haddon Hall and Chadwick house also offer an array of similar charms.
As spring rolls towards us, it’s a good time to secure your Derbyshire accommodation to ensure that you get the very best out of your Peak District Holiday. Plan ahead and you will secure accommodation close to the Peak District’s main attractions and at the very best prices.