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Accessibility

We want everyone to enjoy the Peak District & Derbyshire and we make every effort to ensure that we provide information for visitors with accessibility needs.

We hope that you find this section useful in planning your visit.

Also, take a look at 'History, hills and hearing loops'-your guide to accessible countryside breaksin Britain including the Peak District and Derbyshire.

Walk in the Park

Places to stay

Hoe Grange Holidays

Accessible places to stay

Winners of the National Enjoy England Excellence Gold Award for 'Access for All' 2011 and Highly Commended at the Visit England Awards for Excellence for 'Access for All' in 2013. Hoe Grange Holidays is proud to have been recognised for their passion and commitment to providing high quality wheelchair accessible holidays with outstanding disabled facilities and a wide range of specialist equipment. Hoe Grange Holidays Access Statement.

East Lodge Hotel & Restaurant

Accessible places to stay

East Lodge Hotel is set amidst 10 acres of beautiful landscaped water gardens and is one of the very closest hotels to Chatsworth. East Lodge has an accessible guest bedroom which was recently extended and refurbished offering a delightful setting and comfortable base. East Lodge Access Statement.

Rivendale

Accessible places to stay

Surrounded by spectacular Peak District scenery, with the traffic free Tissington Trail about 100 metres away, Rivendale is the ideal location to enjoy the great outdoors or just chill out. Rivendale has a wide choice of accommodation to suit most customers, including shower room wet rooms, wheel chairs, profiling bed and adjustable grab rails. Rivendale Access Statement.

Things to do

Chatsworth

Chatsworth

Chatsworth prides itself on the welcome that they offer to all visitors. Full lift access to all floors of the historic building ensures that visitors using wheelchairs are able to experience everything the house has to offer, and the gardens are accessible to visitors who use manual wheelchairs and scooters. Please see Chatsworth access statement for further information.

Peak Shopping Village

Peak Shopping Village

Peak Shopping Village is set in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside near to Bakewell and Matlock. The car park, shops, restaurant and toilets are on level access with open courtyards in between. The shopping village has a number of complimentary wheelchairs, available upon request. Please see Peak Shopping Village access statement for further information.

Crich Tramway Village

Crich Tramway Village

Crich Tramway Village, Home of the National Tramway Museum in the heart of Derbyshire has something for everyone. Explore the Edwardian Street and enjoy unlimited tram rides with spectacular views over the Derwent Valley. All buildings are accessible, as is one of the trams. Crich Tramway Village Access Statement.

Pavilion Gardens

Pavilion Gardens

A great family destination, whether it's eating and drinking, shopping, relaxing or playing, Pavilion Gardens pride themselves on offering every visitor a thoroughly enjoyable experience. There is easy access along the promenade and throughout the main body of the building, including access to the Octagon Hall. Pavilion Gardens Access Statement.

Parsley Hay Cycle Hire

Parsley Hay Cycle Hire

Escape to Parsley Hay - the hub for the High Peak and Tissington Trails giving access to over 30 miles of flat, traffic-free cycling , walking and riding. Hire bikes include hand crank and wheelchair accessible cycles. Parsley Hay Cycle Hire Access Statement.