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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 Longnor to your Itinerary

    Longnor

    Derbyshire

    Longnor is a sizeable village with its bustling cobbled square overlooked by the historic Longnor Craft Centre and quaint streets of stone houses. It nestles between the Dove and Manifold valleys and is a good starting point for many walks.

  2. Add Cromford to your Itinerary

    Cromford

    Cromford

    An historic village, part of which is designated as a World Heritage Site, surrounded by some glorious scenery.

    Cromford is forever associated with Sir Richard Arkwright as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Arkwright built the world's...

  3. Add Youlgreave to your Itinerary

    Youlgreave

    Interesting village between the rivers Lathkill and Bradford surrounded by some stunning scenery. Midway between Bakewell and Matlock, Youlgreave makes a good base for exploring the area. It is one of the larger villages in the Derbyshire.

  4. Add Over Haddon to your Itinerary

    Over Haddon

    A neat little village set high up on a ledge above the beautiful Lathkill Dale. There are some pretty little cottages in this quiet village and spectacular views over the surrounding hills and dales.

  5. 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.

  6. Hulland Ward

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    Hulland Ward

    Hulland Ward forms the centre of a number of small hamlets such as Hulland Village, Hulland Moss and Biggin by Hulland. It grew as a residential village from smaller agricultural settlements in the 2nd part of the 20th century

  7. Rushton Spencer

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    Rushton Spencer

    Well known for its lonely church, the 'Chapel in the Wilderness', this is a pleasant, moorland village nestling under the 'Cloud'. Nearby lies the ancient neolithic monument The Bridestones.

  8. Add Sudbury to your Itinerary

    Sudbury

    At the southern most part of the Derbyshire Dales, a delightful former estate village to nearby Sudbury Hall. Charming rows of red-bricked cottages and gabled houses line the main street, once the busy main Derby road.

  9. Add Edale to your Itinerary

    Edale

    Derbyshire

    Edale is a small village at the start/end of the UK's first and most famous long distance walking path - the Pennine Way.

  10. Kirk Hallam

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    Kirk Hallam

    Kirk Hallam is a small village situated on a branch of the Erewash canal, near Ilkeston, about 8 miles from Derby, 7 from Nottingham. It was mentioned in the Doomsday Survey. The wildlife haven of Kirk Hallam Lake and Meadows is closeby.

  11. Thorpe

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    Thorpe

    Literally at the gateway to Dovedale, this appealing little village is set in some of the most beautiful countryside in England. Close to the junction of the beautiful rivers Dove and Manifold.

  12. Add Newton Solney to your Itinerary

    Newton Solney

    Newton Solney is a small and picturesque South Derbyshire village, situated 2 miles north east of Burton upon Trent, on the southern bank of the River Dove.

  13. Onecote

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    Onecote

    Onecote is a small village that lies within The Peak District National Park. It is close to the Manifold Valley, Hartington and Leek.

  14. Add Matlock Bath to your Itinerary

    Matlock Bath

    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.

  15. Holbrook

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    Holbrook

    Holbrook is a small village situated 2 miles south of Belper, it stands on a hill commanding attractive views of the surrounding countryside. The Saxon name for it was Hale Broc meaning Badger Hill.

  16. Add Middleton by Youlgreave to your Itinerary

    Middleton by Youlgreave

    A charming little village where only the seasons seem to change over the years.
    There was once a castle here that disappeared after a skirmish in the Civil War; now the village is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

  17. Add Foolow to your Itinerary

    Foolow

    Picturesque little village in limestone uplands set around its duck pond. The fine old buildings grouped around the village green complete with an ancient cross, bull-ring and pond make Foolow one of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire.

  18. Add Tissington to your Itinerary

    Tissington

    Tissington is a beautiful, unspoilt village lying 3.5 miles north of Ashbourne. The fine Jacobean Manor, has been the home of the Fitz Herbert family for over 500 years. The Hall has a 10 acre garden and arboretum.

  19. Longford

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    Longford

    This small village is set along a network of leafy lanes in delightful rural isolation in the south part of the Derbyshire Dales.

  20. Nether Heage

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    Nether Heage

    Nether Heage (formerly Low Heage) is from the Angle Saxon 'Heegge' meaning high, lofty or sublime. The listed six sailed stone built Heage Windmill is in the village. The oldest building in the village is probably Heage Hall, now a farm.