Derbyshire is a land of contrasts, from the Peak District with an atmosphere defined by the moors, to the lowlands farther south. The upland region features the Peak District National Park and the Pennine range, with areas covered by heather and peat, while the southern area is one of lower, rolling countryside. The River Derwent runs through the county from north to south.
One of the best ways to see this beautiful, popular tourist destination is to arrange to stay in the heart of the fascinating landscape. With an array of comfortable holiday accommodations, Derbyshire Country Cottages puts you close to the outstanding scenery and near a number of villages and towns featuring postcard beauty.
Cottages offer a comfortable and convenient base for exploring the locations of the Peak District, while getting to know the families that have been in Derbyshire their entire lives. You will get great value for the price, which includes discounts for many local attractions, as well as savings in restaurants and fascinating shops in the towns and villages.
Travelers find that the cottages are conveniently located near the national park, which offers some outstanding views and exciting exercise opportunities while climbing or hiking. Biking adventures are also a popular pastime in this unique region. Those who are interested in the rich history of this area put Chatsworth House on their priority list. This magnificent home near Bakewell and Chesterfield has been home to the Cavendish family for centuries.
When you plan your holiday stay with a leading provider of quality cottage accommodations in Derbyshire, you will benefit from the highest standards for furnishings and cleanliness, with no surprises upon your arrival. Cottages are inspected to ensure that they always meet the expectations of discerning guests. You will know your costs from the start.
If you have a family pet that enjoys being on holiday with you, you may want to arrange to stay in one of the pet-friendly cottages. Whether you are a couple that needs smaller, one bedroom accommodations, or a slightly larger group that will need a cottage to sleep six, you can be sure that your four-legged friend will be welcome.
Many of the cottages are specifically located for those who want to see the countryside on foot. The quaint homes put you quite close to the beautiful scenery and provide all the amenities and necessities you desire. Choose a small, castle-like home that began life as a nurseryman’s cabin, or a larger home in a charming village, with a local pub close by.
While all the accommodations are priced quite competitively, you will often be able to save a bit more with seasonal offers and other special pricing. Options include homes with charming names such as Water Mill, Rosemary, and Elm Croft. Yet you will not have to give up every connection with the ‘outside’ world. Wi-Fi is available.
When you make arrangements to spend a relaxing holiday in Derbyshire, be sure to ask about the many activities and attractions, so your stay will be as enjoyable as possible. There is so much to see and do.