Top Places to Stay in the Peak District
From a long weekend in a cosy bed and breakfast surrounded by the rolling hills, to a luxury stay in a spa hotel, there are many different Peak District holidays to experience. With breathtaking views, outdoor activities and so many places to stay in the Peak District, you can design the ideal break for you. Check out some of the most popular places to stay to help you decide...
The bustling town of Bakewell is located on the River Wye in the heart of the Peak District. Bakewell retains much of its historical charm with cobbled streets, quaint independent shops and a lively Monday market where you can pick up a delicious Bakewell tart. Bakewell is the largest town in the National Park and a very popular destination for tourists.
Dovedale is arguably one of the most picturesque places to stay in the Peak District. With its meandering river, breathtaking valleys and beautiful dales, it’s a must see location if you’re a fan of walking in the great outdoors and have a passion for wildlife. A popular walk is along the Dove Valley riverside which guides you through ravines, hillsides and caves to reveal the famous white limestone rock formations which are home to water birds and wild flowers.
Castleton is a beautiful village, steeped in history which offers spectacular walks and also has an excellent selection of shops and quaint pubs so you can reward yourself with some delicious Yorkshire food in cosy surroundings after a long hike. Famous walks in Castleton include Mam Tor and Winnats Pass and Castleton also boasts four unique caves where you can see wonderful stalactite and stalagmite formations. You can also take a trip to Peveril Castle which offers breathtaking views of the Peak District.
Peak District holidays combine beautiful scenery, history and relaxation and all of the above holiday spots are excellent choices for an enjoyable getaway.
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