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Picturesque villages

Picturesque villages

Villages

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  1. Add Oakamoor to your Itinerary

    Oakamoor

    Address:

    Nr Cheadle, Staffordshire, ST10 2DQ

    Staffordshire

    The pleasant countryside in which it stands and its proximity to Alton Towers makes this an ideal place to stay for people wishing to combine a visit to the theme park with walks in the beautiful countyside of the Staffordshire Moorlands.

  2. Add Rowsley to your Itinerary

    Rowsley

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE4 2EB

    Telephone:

    01629 813227

    On the river Derwent at the edge of the Peak District National Park, there is plenty to do and see in and around Rowsley. The busy A6 road cuts the village in two where a broad bridge crosses the Derwent near the fine old Peacock Hotel.

  3. Add Matlock Bath to your Itinerary

    Matlock Bath

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE4 3NR

    Telephone:

    01629 760645

    Developed as one of the country's first tourist destinations, Matlock Bath retains much of the character and interest that impressed early visitors and is situated 1.5 miles south of the town of Matlock.

  4. Add Bretby to your Itinerary

    Bretby

    Address:

    Nr Burton upon Trent, Derbyshire, DE15 0UA

    Telephone:

    01283 222848

    Derbyshire

    Bretby is a quiet secluded village lying amid some of South Derbyshire's most attractive countryside. At its centre is the village green, surrounded by the former village school, cottages and St Wystan's parish church rebuilt in 1877.

  5. Add Breadsall to your Itinerary

    Breadsall

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE7 6DL

    This is a picturesque old village surrounded by woodland. The old hall has served as both a pub and a cob-shop. Breadsall made the headlines in 1914 when local suffragettes outraged the nation by setting the church on fire.

  6. Add Upper Hulme to your Itinerary

    Upper Hulme

    Address:

    Nr Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands, ST13 7LP

    Staffordshire Moorlands

    Upper Hulme is a tiny hamlet clustered around a now redundant mill on the upper reaches of the River Churnet and is the principal access to the fabulous Roaches and Hen Cloud and is a great place to base yourself for walking in this area.

  7. Add Roston to your Itinerary

    Roston

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE6 2EE

    Telephone:

    01335 343666

    A quiet remote village close to the river Dove in some beautiful countryside. 6 miles from Ashbourne, Roston is an ancient little settlement with some good-looking old buildings.

  8. Add Barrow upon Trent to your Itinerary

    Barrow upon Trent

    Address:

    Derby, Derbyshire, DE73 7HA

    Telephone:

    01283 222848

    Derbyshire

    Barrow on Trent is a quiet, unspoilt Derbyshire Village, sited between the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey Canal, about 5 miles south of Derby. Most of the village is included within a conservation area.

  9. Add Alton to your Itinerary

    Alton

    Address:

    Staffordshire Moorlands, ST10 4BW

    Telephone:

    01538 702077

    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.

  10. Add Shirley to your Itinerary

    Shirley

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE6 3AS

    Telephone:

    01335 343666

    A pretty village in the peaceful rolling countryside south east of Ashbourne. Just off the A52 Ashbourne to Derby road, Shirley is a small attractive village, comfortably grouped around a lovely church.

  11. Add Pilsley to your Itinerary

    Pilsley

    Address:

    Nr Chatsworth, Derbyshire, DE45 1UL

    Telephone:

    01629 813227

    Derbyshire

    A very pretty village on the Chatsworth estate just a mile from the "Big House". The mellow gritstone cottages, many occupied by estate workers at Chatsworth and built in a variety of delightful styles.

  12. Add Marston on Dove to your Itinerary

    Marston on Dove

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE65 5GB

    Telephone:

    01283 222848

    Rural Hamlet with a church, handful of cottages and farms.

  13. Add Sheldon to your Itinerary

    Sheldon

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE45 1QS

    Telephone:

    01629 813227

    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 Parwich to your Itinerary

    Parwich

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE6 1QL

    Telephone:

    01335 343666

    A neat limestone village situated remotely in the scenic hill country of the White Peak. Nestling with its' back against Parwich Hill, the village spreads comfortably around its' old pond and spacious green.

  15. Add Whaley to your Itinerary

    Whaley

    Address:

    Chapel Street, Langwith, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG20 9BW

    Telephone:

    01246 345777/8

    Mansfield

    Whaley is in Derbyshire, north of Nottingham towards Worksop.

  16. Add Nether Heage to your Itinerary

    Nether Heage

    Address:

    Derbyshire

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    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.

  17. Add Two Dales to your Itinerary

    Two Dales

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE4 5LN

    Two Dales, can be found on the Chesterfield Road out of Darley Dale. A hamlet; the name probably comes from the twin valleys of Hall Dale and Sydnope Dale, which run on either side of the village.

  18. Add Riddings to your Itinerary

    Riddings

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE55 4EW

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    Riddings was first recorded in the 12th century. Its ancient name was 'Ryddying' meaning a clearing in the grove, it was probably a small hamlet in the middle of Sherwood Forest. Coal and iron was mined in a small way for centuries.

  19. Add Renishaw to your Itinerary

    Renishaw

    Address:

    Carrwood Road, Renishaw, Sheffield, S21 3TE

    Telephone:

    01246 345777/8

    Renishaw

    Renishaw is a village in the district of North East Derbyshire in England. It is known for Renishaw Hall with its famous gardens and home of the Sitwell family.

  20. Add Lea Bridge to your Itinerary

    Lea Bridge

    Address:

    Lea, Derbyshire, DE4 5AG

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    Derbyshire

    Lea Bridge lies in the valley to the west of Holloway and to the southwest of Lea at grid reference SK318563. This settlement grew around the need for workers houses for the nearby mills.

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