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Check out the many attractions of Matlock Bath

Check out the many attractions of Matlock Bath

Villages

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  1. Add Stoney Middleton to your Itinerary

    Stoney Middleton

    Stoney Middleton

    This village is well named, having many houses clinging to the steep limestone cliffs of a rocky dale. Most people pass through on the busy main road through the village, but there are some interesting little nooks & crannies.

  2. Wildboarclough

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    Wildboarclough

    Wildboarclough claims to be where the last wild boar in England was killed. The village is now a quiet backwater, popular with visitors at weekends.

  3. Add Holymoorside to your Itinerary

    Holymoorside

    Holymoorside is framed by the purple moorlands of the Peak District National Park and yet is just a few minutes' drive from Chesterfield. Now a peaceful village, 100 years ago it was very different, the village was a hive of industry.

  4. Add Alton to your Itinerary

    Alton

    Alton is a very ancient village and one of the area's prettiest; its dramatic, hilly setting in the Churnet Valley is truly enchanting. It is home to the world-famous Alton Towers Resort.

  5. Add Flash to your Itinerary

    Flash

    Nr Buxton

    Flash, Staffordshire is reputedly the highest village in England at 1514 feet above sea level. It was once a hideout for footpads, highwaymen and counterfeiters. Prize fights took place at Three Shire Heads.

  6. Alkmonton

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    Alkmonton

    Derbyshire

    A small village south of Ashbourne set in the tranquil rolling countryside of the south Derbyshire Dales. The site of the original village is a mile to the south of the present village.

  7. Add Baslow to your Itinerary

    Baslow

    Nestling on the northern fringe of Chatsworth Park, the attractive village of Baslow is close to some of the Dark Peak's most dramatic scenery.

    Set beneath a gritstone edge of the same name, it lies on the banks of the river Derwent and is home to...

  8. Add Walton on Trent to your Itinerary

    Walton on Trent

    Derbyshire

    Walton on Trent is situated about 4 miles south-west of Burton, on the east bank of the River Trent in South Derbyshire. Walton on Trent contains an 18th Century Hall, a 12th Century church, a hall and a village school.

  9. Add Wincle to your Itinerary

    Wincle

    Through this hilly area runs the delightful wooded valley of the River Dane, the county's boundary with Staffordshire.

  10. Add Ashford in the Water to your Itinerary

    Ashford in the Water

    Picturesque Ashford in the Water's much-photographed medieval Sheepwash Bridge has been named by national tourist board VisitEngland as the best location in the country to play the popular family pursuit of Poohsticks.

    Winnie the Pooh favourite...

  11. Holloway

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    Holloway

    Ripley

    Holloway is one of a trio of attractive villages situated south east of Matlock, the other two being Dethick and Lea. 'Upper Holloway' Leashaw is the location of Lea Hurst, famous for being built by the Florence Nightingale family.

  12. Add Egginton to your Itinerary

    Egginton

    Derbyshire

    Egginton village is a peacefu South Derbyshire village on the river Dove, 8 miles south west of Derby. The Trent and Mersey Canal is carried over the River Dove in Egginton, on an arched aqueduct built to the design of James Brindley.

  13. Sheldon

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    Sheldon

    An attractive little limestone village in the spectacular scenery of the White Peak. A classic limestone hill village built along a single broad, grassy, street, there are some pretty old farms and cottages here.

  14. Add Hartington to your Itinerary

    Hartington

    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.

  15. Holme

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    Holme

    West Yorkshire

    The Holme Valley, stretching south from Huddersfield, is punctuated by characterful little villages, traditionally reliant on the textile industries, the village of Holme is almost the last outpost of civilisation on the A6024.

  16. Ipstones

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    Ipstones

    Ipstones is a pretty village nestled in the Staffordshire Peak District. An attractive, friendly village with nearby nature reserve and good walks, it is close to the picturesque Churnet Valley and world renowned 'Alton Towers'.

  17. Hurdlow

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    Hurdlow

    Bakewell

    Hurdlow is a small hamlet consisting of a cluster of buildings around Hurdlow Hall and Hurdlow Grange. A settlement is recorded here as far back as 1244.

  18. Gradbach

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    Gradbach

    Nr Buxton

    A village worth taking the time to explore. Look out for the the old silk mill (now YHA), the packhorse route and Lud's Church; an immense natural cleft in the rock on the hillside above Gradbach in a forest area known as the Back Forest.

  19. Add Biggin by Hartington to your Itinerary

    Biggin by Hartington

    A small village set high in the spectacular White Peak landscape. A very popular area with walkers. Just off the A515 midway between Ashbourne and Buxton, Biggin is typical of a White Peak village, running along a single street.

  20. Grindon

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    Grindon

    Staffordshire Moorlands

    Grindon is a delightful moorland hill village strategically situated above the most interesting and exciting section of the Manifold Valley. There is a car park and picnic spot beside the church.