Holiday Lodge and Log Cabin Parks in Derbyshire
There is so much to do and to see if you are renting or considering buying a holiday lodge in Derbyshire. If you want to take along ‘Fido’ take a look at the Pet Friendly Choices.
The very first national park to be set up in Britain was the Peak National Park and three quarters of that lie in the county, with breath-taking countryside to explore on foot, on a bike or by car.
There are loads of things to do for young and old alike, from fishing, golf, quad biking, paintballing, horse riding, mountain biking, sailing, canoeing, white water rafting, rambling and orienteering. Tired already? Then just take a simple stroll through one of the many market towns that Derbyshire has to offer – Ashbourne, Bakewell and Chesterfield, or visit the picturesque village of Buxton. Stop for tea and acquaint yourself with one of Derbyshire’s finest Bakewell Tarts!
Fun fact! The Peak District has virtually no peaks! The name comes from the ancient Saxon tribes Pecsaetans that used to live there.