Peak District Attractions
This historic house and garden has been the home of the Wright family since 1672. Eyam Hall recently re opened under the management of The National Trust. Learn more about Eyam Hall and enjoy the family history.
The history behind the ”plague village“
is remarkable and we are lucky to have
a wonderful museum created and managed by local people. There is also
a new exhibition which tracks the lives
of the men who left Eyam to fight
Eyam Hall and Museum are within walking distance of the cottage.
Tissington hall was built in 1609 and
has been home to the Fitzherbert family for over 400 years. This fine Jacobean mansion is well worth a visit.
Buxton is a wonderful Spa Town
dating back to the Romans. Buxton
has plenty to offer any visitor, fabulous architecture, an Opera house and ornamental gardens. There is also
a thriving festival schedule.
The magnificent home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. At Chatsworth you can explore the house, which offers visitors a feast of historic and modern artifacts, see the gardens and take the children to the adventure playground. There are cafes and restaurants to
make your day complete.
Haddon Hall is a medieval manor house dating from the 12th century to the
early 17th century. As one of the most romantic houses in Britain it has been
the location for many period films.
Monsal Head is a famous beauty spot with a magnificent view down Monsal Dale and up the Wye valley. The position offers superb walking opportunities.
The Monsal trail offers traffic free opportunity for walkers, cyclists and horseriders. The trail follows about 8 miles of a former railway line. The route covers some of the Peak district’s most beautiful limestone dales.
The Heights of Abraham, Matlock
Cable car rides across a deep limestone gorge in the Peak District. Visit the country park and famous show caverns.