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Peak District National Park


Britain’s original National Park, the Peak District is a land of countyside revolution, stately homes, plateaus and valleys, right in the heart of England.

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There’s a Tolkeinesque landscape divide here.  The northerly Dark Peak is wilder, famed for its wild and exposed tracts of moorland top.  Further south in the White Peak, gently rolling limestone plateaus are dissected by dales and colourful hay meadows.

The landed gentry of the Peak District built some of the most resplendent historic houses and stately homes in the country here.  Chatsworth House has been handed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family and is open to visitors.

Tight-knot communities thrive in the National Park, honouring distinctive customs. Well dressing – originally a pagan ceremonial pledge of flowers, seeds, twigs, nots and berries to the water gods – is now a summer tradition in dozens of villages.

The rebellious ramblers of the 1932 Kinder Mass Trespass were imprisoned for protesting on the moors for the right to have open access, eventually leading to legislation establishing the UK National Parks we have today.

Heathrow 3.30 hours

Manchester 1 hour

Hull 1.50 hours

Created in 1951

The first National Park in the UK

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The English National Parks Experience Collection Brochure 2019-20

This guide provides you with a source of information on the wide range of contractable experiences and accommodation available in nine of England’s National Parks.

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The Peak District National Park Overview

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+44 1629 816200

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01629 816200

Accommodation

Premier Cottages

Premier Cottages


  • Address A collection of holiday cottages throughout the Peak District.
  • N/A. Collection of 38 cottages across 14 properties rooms
  • Open
Old Hall Hotel

Old Hall Hotel


  • Address The Square, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6BD
  • 35 rooms
  • Open All year round.
Losehill House

Losehill House


  • Address Lose Hill Lane, Hope, Derbyshire, S33 6AF
  • 22 rooms
  • Open All year round.

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24Sep2019

Norfolk mead is a luxurious hotel in the heart of the Norfolk Broads countryside on the banks of the River Bure. The hotel offers secluded luxury in this gorgeous Georgian building; bedrooms are all individually styled with sumptuous contemporary furnishings, the communal areas are elegant and inviting and to complement

27Aug2019

National Park Birds of Prey Experience

This is a fun and engaging experience where guests get to handle, feed and fly the vast array of beautiful birds at this falconry business. Mark and Mandy are wonderful hosts who make guests feel at home instantly, the art of falconry is in their