Short Breaks in Derbyshire

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Settle amidst glorious Derbyshire countryside is this collection of Peak District breaks. With its picture-perfect market towns and the dramatic landscape of the magnificent park, short breaks in Derbyshire makes an enchanting escape, whatever time of the year. Home to stunning and historic stately homes, this region is also a fantastic place to learn as well as explore.

Why a short break in Derbyshire?

Derbyshire offers a diverse range of superb excursions for a short break, whether you're seeking a quirky spa town for a shopping spree or wishing to ramble across breath-taking moorland at the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire has something for everyone. Bring along your bike to speed along the Tissington Trail and discover the ancient secrets of subterranean caverns. Its sleepy villages offer rustic taverns to soak in the culture, where you can treat yourself to dining out during your self-catered stay. Other things to do whilst here includes golfing, zip-lining in the treetops at Go Ape, climbing and water sports at activity centres. For more ideas on how to spend time outdoors, browse things to do in the Peak District.

Places to Visit in Derbyshire

The region is also renowned for its rich heritage and no trip would be complete without wandering the ancient, lordly corridors of Haddon Hall or living your own Jane Austen tale amid the opulence of Chatsworth House, which played a part in inspiring the literary masterpiece, Pride and Prejudice. Be sure to explore the quaint, pretty streets of Bakewell and tuck into the iconic dessert to which the town gave its name and for more inspiration scan over places to stay in Bakewell. Visit the charming town of Matlock, home to a wealth of attractions, such as the Heights of Abraham to soak in the splendour of nature from a cable car, Matlock Farm Park to get up close with furry animals and Gulliver's Kingdom for exciting rides. Spend the day at the bustling town of Buxton, with its fabulous Opera House showing live entertainment all year-round; budding historians can unveil the history of the Peak District and Derbyshire at the fascinating Buxton Museum & Art Gallery. Why not have a read of the Buxton Travel Guide to gather more ideas?

Types of Holiday

Peak District breaks are the perfect escape for the whole family and a furry friend so why not secure a stay at dog friendly cottages Derbyshire? For a celebratory getaway with both family and friends perhaps these large cottages in Derbyshire will be more suitable. Those seeking a recuperating escape in a stylish abode may wish to book Peak District luxury cottages.