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Touring the Peak District & Derbyshire by Car
John N. Merrill
by Hyperion Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||60|
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Hello and welcome to Dale Farm. We are a small, rural camp site and working farm in Great Longstone, Derbyshire. Dale Farm is right in the heart of the wonderful Peak District countryside, less than a mile away from Monsal Head and the Monsal Trail and a few miles from Bakewell and Chatsworth House, we are ideally situated for a visit to experience what the area has to offer. The Peak District Tour Words can never do justice to this magnificent area in the heart of England known as the Peak District, or what a Hobbit could refer to as Middle Earth! Derbyshire County has been the inspiration for many authors to create their finest works, most notably Jane Austen.
To book camping, camping pods, touring caravans and motorhomes click below. BOOK TOURING. Camping pods, and pitches for camping, touring caravans, motorhomes are open between March 1 and November 6, Set in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside, it offers a gateway to the Peak District National Park and is within walking distance of the. The charming Peak District village of Longnor is situated in beautiful countryside on the Staffordshire Moorlands/Derbyshire border, with the River Dove to the east and the River Manifold to the west, making an excellent touring centre. The village boasts two pubs, a shop, a Post Office, café tea room, fish and chip shop, and a beautiful church.
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ISBN: ISBN Spend the day touring the western part of the Peak District, starting with a visit to Bakewell, famed for the unique and eponymous pudding. Idyllically situated on the banks of the river Wye, the biggest town in the Peak District National Park’s mellow stone buildings, medieval five-arched stone bridge and quaint courtyards are a magnet for painters, photographers and sightseers alike.
If Touring the Peak District & Derbyshire by Car book fancy an even more relaxing way to see the Peak District & Derbyshire, you can book onto a fantastic driving tour. Whether it’s a vintage Ford that you fancy going for a spin in or a luxury scenic tour in an Executive VW minibus, we’ve got loads of great touring options.
The car park is on the opposite side of the A6 to the hall, and costs £3 per car. Bakewell. Lying on the banks of the River Wye, Bakewell is the largest town in the Peak District.
Its pale stone buildings, medieval five-arched bridge and independent shops are a big draw for sightseers. While you’re here, be sure to try the famous Bakewell tart.
Read our insider’s guide to the best driving routes in the Peak District, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Find expert advice on breathtaking views and picture-postcard villages. Guide to cycling in and around the Peak District National Park, on road or trail bike. 20 day routes and one multi-day cycle tour of the Peak District.
All easily accessible from Sheffield and Manchester with routes starting from charming Derbyshire towns such as Ashbourne, Matlock, Bakewell and Buxton. Snake Pass, possibly the most famous of driving routes in the Peak District, is a hill pass in crosses the Pennines between Glossop and the Ladybower Reservoir at Ashopton.
Thomas Telford engineered and opened the road inwhich. Couple the fantastic scenery with amazing local Food & Drink, the Peak District will sure enough become one of your favourite destinations.
So, if you want to enjoy some time exploring all that the Peak District & Derbyshire has to offer, book your holiday accommodation here. As for events, well, we know how to throw a party. Get out of the Fast Lane and enjoy the slow lanes of the Peak District. With a wide and varied range of spectacular landscapes it is easy for you to be Inspired by the Peak you’re looking for a special activity to do, then sat high up in a vintage car, looking over the dry stone walls is the ideal way to travel, at the right pace, to experience our carefully designed tours.
Experience the Peak District National Park in Vintage Style. Ride high in an open topped vintage tourer looking over the stone walls to the huge views.
This is a unique opportunity in the UK to ride in the only vintage car licensed for Private Hire – BS About the tour Uncover some of the best landscapes that rural England has to offer in Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Visit pretty Buxton, admire the splendour of Chatsworth House and gardens, and step back in time on a nostalgic rail journey. The cable cars slow down to let people on at the bottom.
When they stop completely, it’s just to let people with pushchairs and wheelchairs on. This is a great opportunity to take some stunning photos of the Derwent Valley and Masson Hill.
Peak District camping and touring, close to the spa town of Buxton and the Pennine Cycleway. Calwich Under Canvas Ellastone, Ashbourne, Derbyshire Luxury yurts near the Peak District with a hot tub and sauna on site, by Alton Towers and Carsington Water. Experience the scenery and delights of the Peak District and Derbyshire by minibus on this day trip from Manchester.
With its quaint villages, the lush green pasture of its rolling hills, and hidden caves and caverns echoing the myths and legends of heroic thieves, kings, and romance; although less than an hour away by minibus, the Peak District and Derbyshire feel a world apart from the city.
This classic sportive, named after and on the same route as the original Tour of the Peak road race, which ran from through to Follow in the wheel tracks of some of the top original British bike racers that have graced these roads, Malcolm Elliot, Mark Lovatt, John Tanner, Chris Lillywhite and Matt Stephens to name just a few.
The Peak District is one of the UK’s most beautiful national parks, and what better way to explore it than by motorcycle. We detail the ultimate Peak District route Throughoutwe teamed up with TomTom to bring you a series of routes around Britain’s national parks and areas of.
Home to the stunning Peak District, Derbyshire sees keen walkers in droves to conquer Mam Tor, and the Dovedale Valley. It also has a rich heritage and family friendly attractions: Calke Abbey, a Grade I listed house, Reinshaw Hall 's vineyard tours but above all Chatsworth House for its acre gardens.
Times New Roman,Regular" 2 Times New Roman,Regular" 2Page. Times New Roman,Regular" 2 Times New Roman,Regular" 2Page. Find and book motorhome and campervan sites in Derbyshire from £5/nt. Choose the best deal with no fees and instant confirmation. Thousands of reviews with easy booking.For walking, horse-riding and mountain biking, a goodly chunk of the Peak District National Park lies in Derbyshire; for more gentle pedals, try the Tissington and Manifold cycling trails – and there’s plenty of fishing and golf close at hand too, as well as leisure and theme parks for the kids.Every Peak District camping holiday should include a visit to one of the jewels in rural Derbyshire’s crown, Chatsworth House, which is just 10 minutes’ drive away, Chesterfield, with its fantastically twisted church spire, or Buxton and Bakewell, our most local towns.
The popular, scenic town of Bakewell is just seven miles over the green.