Our Peak District Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and walks in the Peak District.
The Peak District is a haven for those who love and appreciate the outdoors. A holiday here rewards you with some of the most picturesque, rural landscapes you could hope to enjoy in the UK.
There are countless opportunities to explore – both on foot and by bicycle – and see rolling hills, rocky outcrops, scenic country parks and tranquil lakes. Enjoy natural beauty spots such as Dovedale, the Monsal Trail and Stanage Edge and pull on those hiking boots to tackle the Pennine Way. Absorb in the region’s rich culture by visiting its sumptuous stately homes, including the magnificent Chatsworth House. Explore the bustling towns of Buxton, Matlock and Bakewell and visit the many little shops and eateries that are on offer.
The Peak District is the UK’s original National Park and the most-visited, with 10 million tourists flocking to marvel in its beauty annually.
The Peak District is the first of the 15 national parks in Britain and was founded in 1951 "
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