Peak District accommodation, Peak District attractions, activities in the Peak District, Peak District businesses and general information for tourists and locals.
Welcome to our tourist information web site for the Peak District of the UK. If you want information about Derbyshire’s Peak District or are seeking to rent bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation in a hotel, guest house or farmhouse, or if you prefer to rent a self-catering holiday cottage, this site should be of interest to you. In fact, all things Peak District are here (almost!).
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The Peak District is mainly in Derbyshire but extends into surrounding counties. Amongst the attractions listed are Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and gardens, Eyam (the plague village) Hall and the Caverns in the Peak. There is something for everyone, walkers, climbers (gritstone edges such as Stanage, Birchen, Froggatt, Curbar and bouldering), sightseers looking for stately homes, museums, or stunning scenery, gardeners, steam railway enthusiasts and families looking for theme parks. Derbyshire and the Peak District is well known for mining of lead, copper, zinc and coal, plus of course the sometimes controversial quarries. The Peak District is also home to the famed ‘Bakewell pudding’.
There is also tourist information about specific towns, villages and dales in this National Park - Alport, Ashbourne, Ashford-in-the-Water, Bakewell, Bamford, Birchover, Belper, Buxton, Castleton, Cromford, Eyam, Edale, Great and Little Longstone, Glossop, Hassop, Lathkill Dale, Leek, Monyash, New Mills, Tissington, Warslow, Wensley, Whaley Bridge, Winster, Youlgrave (Youlgreave).
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