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  1. Add Matlock to your Itinerary

    Matlock

    Once famed for its hydro and spa treatments, Matlock's central location, scenic surroundings and public transport links make it a popular base for exploring the best of the Peak District and Derbyshire.

    Pioneering industrialist John Smedley...

  2. Add Bakewell to your Itinerary

    Bakewell

    Bakewell

    Perhaps best known for its unique and delicious Pudding, Bakewell has many more tempting treats to offer - ranging from shopping and specialist markets to relaxing strolls and special events.

    Idyllically situated on the banks of the river Wye, the...

  3. Add Ashbourne to your Itinerary

    Ashbourne

    Ashbourne

    With its winding cobbled streets, welcoming Market Place and handsome Tudor and Georgian heritage, picturesque Ashbourne is known as 'The Gateway to Dovedale'.

    While there's no doubt that it's the perfect base if you want to explore the spectacular...

  4. Add Buxton to your Itinerary

    Buxton

    Buxton

    The highest market town in England; Buxton is deservedly renowned for its Georgian and Victorian architecture - much of it linked with the 5th Duke of Devonshire's ambitions to create a spa town to rival Bath back in the 18th century.

    Among its...

  5. Add Chesterfield to your Itinerary

    Chesterfield

    Chesterfield

    North Derbyshire's largest market town is perhaps most famous for the distinctive Crooked Spire that dominates its skyline.

    Stories abound as to why it twisted, but its unusual shape is thought to have been triggered by green timber covered with...

  6. Add Belper to your Itinerary

    Belper

    Belper

    Birthplace of the world's ground-breaking 'skyscraper technology, Belper has a rich industrial history and lies at the heart of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.

    Industrial pioneer Jedediah Strutt built one of the world's first...

  7. Add Leek to your Itinerary

    Leek

    Known as the 'Queen of the Staffordshire Moorlands', Leek is a former textile town with a long and fascinating history.

    Clustered around a stone-cobbled market square, its well-preserved architecture and historical links with the Napoleonic Wars...

  8. Add Swadlincote to your Itinerary

    Swadlincote

    Swadlincote at the heart of The National Forest, home to Sharpe's Pottery Museum and Cornishware is ideally located between the A511 and A444.

  9. Add Derby to your Itinerary

    Derby

    Derby

    Dynamic yet compact, Derby is the ideal destination for a taste of friendly and cosmopolitan city life.

    With everything from designer and mainstream shopping and mouth-watering international cuisine to live entertainment and real ale pubs, it's a...

  10. Add Manchester to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Manchester is a city that has helped shape the world. Manchester began as a Roman fort established on the banks of the River Medlock and developed over the years into small but bustling marketing town. It was in the 19th century when Manchester’s...

  11. Add Disley to your Itinerary

    Disley

    Cheshire

    Disley is a pleasant village, situated on the immediate boundary of Derbyshire. Just outside the village is Lyme Hall, owned by the Leigh family from 14th century until 1946, surrounded by 17 acres of Victorian gardens.

  12. Add New Mills to your Itinerary

    New Mills

    Derbyshire

    The town of New Mills is in an area of spectacular natural beauty standing above a natural rocky gorge known as The Torrs where the River Sett joins the River Goyt. The Torrs is now a park. New Mills is home to Swizzels Matlow sweet company

  13. Add Glossop to your Itinerary

    Glossop

    Glossop

    Handsome market town Glossop is the north western gateway to the Peak District and Derbyshire - close to the rugged moorland and wide open spaces of the Dark Peak.

    Nestling at the foot of the famous Snake Pass, it's an excellent base for exploring...

  14. Add Sheffield to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

    Whether you’re planning a flying visit or you’re looking for a longer stay, you’re in for a treat. Sheffield offers extreme sports; international cultural events, museums, galleries and theatres; exquisite boutique hotels and attractions.

  15. Add Wilmslow to your Itinerary

    Wilmslow

    Wilmslow is a shopper’s paradise.
    From designer boutiques and upmarket interior designers, to chic charity shops and Hoopers department store, Wilmslow is a small place with a big attitude.

  16. Add Knutsford to your Itinerary

    Knutsford

    Knutsford

    The town is renowned for its array of restaurants, bars and fine food purveyors. From farmer’s markets and butchers selling locally sourced products, to fabulous fishmongers and divine delicatessens.

  17. Add Cheadle to your Itinerary

    Cheadle

    Discover Cheadle, home to 'Pugin's Gem', one of Britain's finest churches and gateway to the beautiful Churnet Valley steeped in industrial heritage. Visit the restored Victorian market hall or follow the art trail of unusual sculptures.

  18. Add Bolsover to your Itinerary

    Bolsover

    Chesterfield

    Once famous for the 'Bolsover Buckle' but less well known as the birthplace of the 'forgotten geographer', Peter Fidler. Today Bolsover is famous for its Castle and increasingly popular for the specialist food shop, Jaquest's.

  19. Add Congleton to your Itinerary

    Congleton

    Congleton

    Congleton is a town and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the county of Cheshire in England. It lies on the banks of the River Dane, to the west of the Macclesfield Canal and 21 miles south of Manchester.

  20. Add Wirksworth to your Itinerary

    Wirksworth

    With its imposing stone buildings and intricate network of narrow lanes, yards and alleys, Wirksworth is a magnet for lovers of industrial history and heritage.

    Its past fortunes were built on lead mining, a key commercial activity dating back to...