Planning a 'green' break to the Peak District and Derbyshire has never been easier. Britain's original National Park is the perfect place to enjoy slow travel, where you sit back, relax and soak up the views whilst you explore by foot, bike, bus or train.
Green transport, including an excellent local network of buses and trains, is at the heart of a visit to the Peak District and Derbyshire, and there are lots of eco-friendly activities to enjoy in the area: including cycle routes, ebiking experiences, and walking trails.
Being green doesn’t have to mean giving up luxury and comforts either. If you truly want to connect to nature and sleep under stars with all the amenities of your home, then glamping is the perfect way to travel green.
The Peak District and Derbyshire is dotted with carbon-neutral and eco-friendly places to stay including environmentally-friendly hotels, lodges and cottages, plus lots of electric car charging points too.
See below for some of the places offering greener holiday options, including organic-sourced food, and find places to stay and attractions that have received environmental accreditation.
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Come on down to Matlock farm Park, the ideal place for families to visit to enjoy the fresh air and have fun with our friendly animals.
Chatsworth, home to the Devonshire family, is set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire, on the banks of the river Derwent.
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4 award winning log cabins set on a working farm with stunning views of the White Peak countryside. Unwind in the hot tub or log-fired sauna. Dogs…
Churchdale Farm is a wonderful Peak District National Park holiday base. It offers three 5 star Gold Award self-catering holiday cottages, it also…
A stunning retreat of 10 luxury cottages set in 12 acres of Peak District National Park.
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There's so much to see and do near this iconic Derbyshire market town, famed for its crooked spire.
Connecting charming towns and villages with an amazing industrial past, the Derwent Valley Line runs from Derby to Matlock.
Take in dramatic scenery, quaint villages and some of the Peak District's most iconic attractions along the Hope Valley Line between Manchester…
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