What's On This Month
Eating Out in the Peak District & Derbyshire
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The National Tramway Museum, situated in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside is a world from a bygone age, where vintage trams transport visitors along cobbled streets, past enchanting buildings, and into breathtaking scenery.
With beautiful views over the rolling green expanses of the Ecclesbourne Valley, what more idyllic place could you imagine to do your shopping than Croots Farm Shop & Kitchen?
Daily pottery tours - paint a plate and make a frog. Attractive courtyard with award winning home, garden, cookery and gift shops, plus extensive Factory Shop. Free daily cookery demonstrations, museum, restaurant and outdoor play area.
East Lodge – Selected by Condé Nast Johansens as one of 3 finalists in their “best venue hotel” award category - located in the heart of England so easily accessible from all centres of business and set in 10 acres of delightful grounds.
A unique hilltop Park set on top of a dramatic limestone gorge, amid great natural beauty. Journey in a state of the art cable car. Follow a guide underground to our spectacular showcaves. Explore over 60 acres of Wooded hillside.
Derbyshire's most spectacular natural showcave, has been described as "The Wonder of the Peak' since the 16th century
Join us as we celebrate our 175th anniversary with the launch of our new Visitors Centre and discover the history and heritage of this proudly independent family brewer.
At the Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre experience over 260 years of history of one of the world's best-known English Fine Bone China manufacturers.
Burton Upon Trent
The National Brewery Centre celebrates Burton upon Trent's proud brewing heritage and its influence worldwide. Visitors are told the story of brewing by actors in period costume, multi-media interactive displays and hundreds of exhibits.
A wonderful Grade 2 Listed Building with 23 acres of beautiful Victorian landscaped gardens, in the centre of Buxton, on the banks of the River Wye.
The Peacock at Rowsley is a small luxury hotel located in the famous Peak District in the heart of England, and conveniently close to the major towns of Chesterfield, Sheffield, Manchester, Nottingham and Derby.
Perfect location for your lunch or refreshments. We are licensed and use locally produced ingredients in many of the dishes we offer. In 2008 we won Derbyshire Food & Drink Awards 'Tearoom/Coffee House of the Year.'
Owned by the National Trust, one of Britain's most exciting and unusual gardens, with a series of connected compartments. Features a Chinese garden, Italian garden & Scottish Glen.
Thousand year old building, 15th century coaching inn, set on a hill in 14 acres of Peak parkland with 360-degree views.
A Luxury Derbyshire and Peak District Country House Hotel & Exclusive Derbyshire Wedding Venue. Callow Hall is a unique hotel with an unrivalled setting and renowned restaurant, situated close to the lively market town of Ashbourne.
Casa is Chesterfield's only 4 star hotel. Delicious dining options, contemporary meeting spaces and exceptionally comfortable bedrooms combine to bring a touch of luxury to Chesterfield.
Winner of Farm Retailer of the Year 2009, we specialise in quality food from the Chatsworth Estate, local suppliers and UK producers. Visit our award winning butchery, bakery, delicatessen and restaurant.
Stroll through the deer meadow and join the Nature Trail to see 4 species of otters including the endanged Giant otter from South America, 15 species of owls, foxes, pine marten, Scottish wildcats, polecats etc.
A full day of adventures,1 20 acres of discovery in the National Forest. The enchanted Forest indoor adventure, the 450m barefoot walk the Conkerchoo Two Train. New for 2012 - the Forest Dwellers.
Elegant Manor House on the edge of the magnificent Chatsworth Estate. Surrounded by glorious countryside & stately homes. The heart of this house is its Michelin-starred dining room with superbly executed classical favourites & dishes.
Haddon Hall is one of the finest examples of a fortified manor house. Haddon dates from the 12th to 17th Centuries, when it then laid dormant for 200 years. Little has changed here since the 17th Century.
Beautifully restored 4 Star Victorian hotel opposite Derby Railway Station and a short walk from the city centre. The hotel has 100 luxury bedrooms. Well placed for visiting Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, The Peak District and Alton Towers.
A large cafe, gift and bookshop with cycle hire. Serving breakfasts lunches and afternoon tea, situated on the Monsal Trail with large car park and disabled access and toliets. WIFI