Commonside, Barlow, DRONFIELD, Derbyshire, S18 7SJ
A friendly village in beautiful walking country with three good pubs, two of which serve excellent food. Barlow is much loved by anglers because of the Barlow Trout Fishery. Visit Barlow in August for the Carnival and well dressing.
Derbyshire, SK17 9QG
Flagg is a small Peak District village, set in the Derbyshire Dales, halfway between the picturesque town of Bakewell and the spa town of Buxton, in the area officially known as "The White Peak". A thousand feet above sea level.
Derbyshire, SK17 0AS
A pretty village at the northern end of Dovedale, the village is set in some of the very best walking country. The scenery in and around this charming old limestone village is outstanding. The village is centred around the spacious square.
Derbyshire, S32 1AG
At the eastern end of the Hope Valley, a large busy village with rich historical, industrial and literary associations. Hathersage has become a popular place to visit for those in search of legendary heroes and literary heroines.
Derbyshire, DE4 3NR
Developed as one of the country's first tourist destinations, it retains much of the character and interest that impressed early visitors. 1.5 miles south of the town of Matlock, on the busy A6, Matlock Bath is set in the beautiful gorge.
Melbourne, Derbyshire, DE73 8EJ
Melbourne is a small and attractive Georgian market town in a delightful part of South Derbyshire. It is about 8 miles south of Derby and 2 miles from the River Trent. It contains a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants.
South Derbyshire, DE65 6FH
Repton, former capital of the kingdom of Mercia, is today a fusion of village and public school. The village has one principal street, lined with a number of Georgian properties. The Medieval cross on its octagonal steps are a focal point.
Nr Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 4HW
A tiny agricultural hamlet set in the remote White Peak uplands. Traces of a Roman road and the former route of the Cromford and High Peak Railway, now the High Peak Trail, run close to Aldwark.
Nr Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 3DH
A small village south of Ashbourne set in the tranquil rolling countryside of the south Derbyshire Dales.
Nr Youlgrave, DE45 1LG
Alport is a small, quiet and attractive Derbyshire and Peak District village, situated just off the main road.
Nr Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1QP
A picturesque hamlet set in the glorious countryside of the White Peak. Just off the A515 north of Ashbourne, a narrow lane winds down to this peaceful little backwater. There is a cluster of houses and a lovely old church.
Staffordshire Moorlands, DE6 2FX
Alstonefield is a small picturesque village in the Peak District National Park. It is located in Staffordshire, near to the border of Derbyshire, between the valleys of the rivers Dove and the Manifold.
Derby, DE24 8QP
The village of Alvaston is situated four miles S.E. from Derby. The manor of Alewoldstone (Alvaston) was given by the Conqueror to Geoffrey Alselin.
Derbyshire, DE56 2ES
Ambergate is a small village between Belper and Matlock. The main Derby to Matlock Road (A6) goes through the village and runs parallel with the beautiful River Derwent.
Derbyshire, DE45 1QF
A picturesque village on the river Wye north of Bakewell with the medieval Sheepwash Bridge as its focal point. Three bridges cross the beautiful river Wye in this charming village full of character and in an idyllic waterside setting.
Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0JP
One of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire with a 15th Century church. Ashover is home to a couple of ghosts, including the Laughing Cavalier who haunts the Black Swan. It's said that arrows for the Battle of Agincourt were made here!
The Green, Aston-on-Trent, Derbyshire, DE72 2DD
Aston-on-Trent is an unspoilt South Derbyshire village situated 8 miles south of Derby city centre where the River Trent divides the counties of Derbyshire and Staffordshire. The village contains several pubs, shops and a village green.
Ault Hucknall, Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QH
Close to Hardwick Hall, the church dates from 1590 and is the final resting place of the famous philosopher, and secretary to successive 17th Century Earls and Dukes of Devonshire, Thomas Hobbes who died at Hardwick in 1679.