A Taste of the
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A Taste of the Peak District - Site Map
Peak District Bed and breakfast, self catering, hotel rooms, farm holiday cottage accommodation, activities and attractions in and around Derbyshire, England. We are not the official National Park Authority site but we have plenty of useful tourist information. This is a quick loading basic site map.
Tourist information web site (not the official site) for the Peak District of the UK and surrounding areas of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and South Yorkshire. Whether you want information about the Peak District of the UK or are seeking to rent bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation in a Peak District hotel, guest house or farmhouse, or if you prefer to rent a self-catering farm, town or romantic country holiday cottage, this site should be of interest to you. We are now also offering advertising for Peak District properties for sale and to let.
If you own a Peak District B&B, why not advertise here, we are consistently on the first page on Google searches for Peak District bed and breakfast, Peak District B&B and similar accommodation related terms. We receive well over 100,000 annual visitors - not hits, actual visitors (contact us for open access to our stats - does any other site offer that?). We don't do too badly on "Peak District self catering" accommodation searches either so why not advertise your holiday cottages as well? It costs less than 80p per week (£40 per year, not because our advertising is ineffective as some would lead you to believe).
Some of the main pages are:
- Learn English in Chesterfield EFL and ESOL courses
- Peak District holiday accommodation
- All Peak District accommodation on the site
- Bed and Breakfast accommodation (includes hotels, guest houses and farm house B&B)
- Hotel accommodation (excludes Guest House and farmhouse B&B) accommodation)
- Self-catering cottage accommodation
- Peak District and Derbyshire Hotels list - click here
- Peak District hotels with online booking click here
- Peak District Pet Friendly holiday cottages, hotels, bed and breakfasts
- Accommodation for large groups up to 44
- Contact lens suppliers
- Peak District local history books by Tom Bates - Books about Derbyshire, Peak Villages - an Insider's Guide leaflets
- Activities organisers in Derbyshire's Peak District
- Peak District towns, villages and dales,
- Golf information
- Squash information
- Derbyshire contemporary art and picture framing in Belper
- Peak District walking
- Peak District general information
- Peak District geology
- Peak District climbing
- Derbyshire mountain biking.
- German, French, beginners Spanish Language Tutor in Derbyshire, Belper, Derby, Duffield, Etwall, Allestree, Mickleover, Littleover, Kirk Langley, Matlock etc.
- Peak District houses, businesses, other properties and land for sale or rent
- Links Directory
- Restaurants and other places to eat in the National Park
- Sponsored link :: Dating Singles Skiiers, Skiing partners - web site for meeting new friends, dating or just finding an activity or travelling companion.
- Sponsored link :: Corporate Treasure Hunts, London, Paris in a relaxing and enjoyable situation. Venues in the UK and Europe.
- Macclesfield (Cheshire), Prestbury, Wilmslow, Bollington, Peak District Yoga Teacher - yoga at home.
- Celtic Trails Unique half and whole day tours from Edinburgh to ancient sacred sites nearby. Personalised and knowelgeable and highly enjoyable! Includes the original tour of Rosslyn Chapel and glen. Experience this fabulous area of Scotland, a must for any Da Vinci Code book or film buffs!
- Homeopathy, Qigong and Zero Balancing - complementary medicine in Derby
- Gardener, Fencing services in the Derby, Burton, Etwall, Hilton, Bretby, Repton
- Team Building
- Date fit skiing, surfing singles Colorado, California
- Sponsored links :: We have 2 more spaces for sponsored links here. Please contact us for details if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity.
Direct links to other pages below including towns, self-catering, hotel accommodation and corporate events outside of the Peak District:
- Alport - peaceful and clean village with a toxic history.
- Ashford-in-the-Water - a village that was well known in the past for its decorative marble.
- Bakewell - a fine market town with Saxon carvings at the church, the Bakewell Pudding and ducks galore to feed. Bakewell Plumbers.
- Bamford - situated on the side of moorland with extensive views of the hills surrounding the Hope and Edale valleys.
- Baslow - occupied since the Bronze Age and convenient for Chatsworth House.
- Belper - information about one of the key locations of the Derwent Valley World Heritage site. Not actually in the Peak District but is not far away!
- Beeley - close to Chatsworth Park with a history that goes back to the Bronze Age.
- Birchover - continuous occupation of the village site since Saxon times, nearby stone circles, a great eating pub and plenty of walks makes Birchover well worth a visit.
- Bonsall - A centre of ancient industry, with magnificent views of the surrounding hills.
- Buxton - an elegant Georgian & Victorian spa town high in the Derbyshire hills.
- Cromford - Inventor Richard Arkwright's mill town, the birth of the Factory systemin the UK.
- Castleton - big holes in the ground, a 12th century castle and a shivering mountain (Mam Tor).
- Dovedale - a popular destination with tourists since Victorian times. Spectacular limestone cliffs and a crystal clear river teeming with trout.
- Darley Dale - a linear settlement in the Derwent valley.
- Edale - a group of five hamlets and the start of the Pennine Way.
- Eyam - a grisly history with 350 deaths in 2 years plus a fascinating church with a Saxon cross.
- Glossop - Old and new.
- Hartington - home of Stilton Cheese and fine ales from a Derbyshire microbrewery.
- Hope - centre of the 13th century ‘Royal Forest of the Peak’
- Hope Valley - wide, fertile and with a high concentration of caves at its head.
- Ilam - Peak District ‘model’ village
- Lathkill Dale - mining, fishing, walking and rare flowers.
- Longnor - quiet former market town.
- Monyash - quiet village at the head of Lathkill Dale.
- Rowsley - the village that the railway passed by, home to the Peak Village factory outlet retail park
- Stanton-in-Peak - Giving it's name to the local moor, Stanton is a delightful village perched high above the surrounding valleys
- Tissington - Saxon village associated with well dressings.
- Winster - mining, murder, suicides and Morris Men but no soap opera (yet)!
- Wirksworth - 2000 years of continuous occupation, lead mining and a brilliant heritage centre to show it all off.
- Youlgrave - market town with a mining history and ‘The Fountain’
- Guided Walks
- Wirksworth Heritage Centre
- Wirksworth businesses
- Sheffield hotels
- Corporate entertainment and fun days, business social events
- Weather in the Peak District (based on Bakewell but easily changed to other locations).
- Hotels offering team building and corporate events
- North Wales holiday cottages and hotels
- Hotels - hotel accommodation in Nottingham, London, Manchester, Australia, Malaysia USA and Canada.
- Lake District holiday cottages and hotels
- Lake District The Sustainable Youlgrave Project - this Peak District, Derbyshire village have plans to reduce their carbon footprint and aim to become carbon neutral.
- Peak District writer Tom Bates - Books about Derbyshire, Peak Villages - an Insider's Guide leaflets
- Team Building, stag events and corporate events
- Dave Matthews Adventure Activities, who are based near Matlock.
- Creative corporate entertainment and team building, James Bond style
- Babysitting advice for parents to give their children - CD course
- De-stress with regular Aromatherapy massage, kids and adults yoga one to one and evening classes from Olga Collins in Derby (Allestree), Melbourne (daytime class) and Repton, or arrange instruction elsewhere in Derbyshire, the Peak District or other areas of the UK. Suitable for all ages from children to pensioners. Olga also offers therapeutic massage in Derby each Thursday and Friday.
- Some pubs in Derbyshire and the Peak District
- activities such as angling (both trout and coarse fishing), walking including the Four Inns competitive walk over the Derbyshire moorlands, cycling and climbing
- Peak District tourist information including, well dressings , buildings, industrial heritage, archaeology, show caves/caverns and railways, Calke Abbey, National Trust properties and estates in Derbyshire
- book a Peak District Holiday in the Curbar area of Derbyshire
- hotel accommodation - search and book securely online, search on nearest town e.g. Bakewell, Buxton, Hathersage
- hostels - reviews of hostels in the Peak District National Park and other regions of the UK
- images of the Peak District and other areas of the UK ('Cam' network sites)
- links page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 13 14 15
NW Peak District holiday accommodation to rent
RV DVD buyers guide, Luxury holiday home to rent near Disney World, Orlando, Florida to other Peak District web sites, general tourism related sites, UK regional photographic sites and link partners such as Left Handers - Tips to lower your golf score and improve your golf grip and swing, Team Building Corporate Entertainment in London.
- Prepare for your visit (with maps and books from Amazon.co.uk)
- Where the Peak District National Park is and how to get here.
- Top Tip - for amazing value software with 100 Peak District and Lake District walks, click here.
- Organised Peak District cycling and Derbyshire walking tours
‘A Taste of the Peak District’ is one of the top guides to the visitor attractions of Derbyshire and places to stay such as self catering farm and romantic rural holiday cottages, B&B’s and Hotel accommodation in the Peak District National Park of England.
Peak District is mainly in Derbyshire but extends into surrounding counties
of the UK. Amongst the attractions listed are Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall
and gardens, Eyam (the plague village) Hall, Tissington and High Peak cycling
trails and the Caverns in the Peak. There is something for everyone, walkers,
climbers (gritstone edges such as Stanage, Birchen, Froggatt, Curbar and bouldering),
sightseers looking for stately homes, museums, or stunning scenery, gardeners,
steam railway enthusiasts and families looking for theme parks. The finest
mountain biking in the Peak District, in our opinion, is found in the Hayfield/New
Mills/Disley area where there are punishing ascents, technical descents and
fabulous surroundings. Derbyshire and the Peak District is well known for mining
of lead, copper, zinc (see our Peak District mining page for details) and coal,
plus of course the sometimes controversial quarries. The Peak District is also
home to the famed 'Bakewell pudding'. We have many links with the entertainment
industry here in the Peak, with series like ‘Peak Practice‘being
filmed in the south Peak initially based at Crich and ‘Last of the Summer
Wine‘in the north Peak, round Holmefirth. More recently, the acclaimed
film of Jane Austen‘s novel ‘Pride and Prejudice‘was shot
at various Peak District locations.
There is also tourist information about specific towns, villages and dales
in this National Park - Alport, Ashbourne, Ashford-in-the-Water, Bakewell,
Bamford, Birchover, Belper, Buxton, Castleton, Cromford, Dovedale, Eyam, Edale,
Great and Little Longstone, Glossop, Hassop, Lathkill Dale, Leek, Monyash,
New Mills, Tissington, Warslow, Wensley, Whaley Bridge, Winster, Youlgrave
(Youlgreave). These are accessible from our towns and villages page. Buxton
page updated - Businesses in Buxton added.