Christmas Markets in the Peak District 2018

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Christmas Markets in the Peak District 2018

If you’re planning a pre-Christmas visit to the Peak District, then you might like to visit one of the Christmas markets in the area. There are several in the area, all in stunning locations with something unique to offer. To help you organise your gift-buying plans, we’ve compiled a list of the best Christmas markets
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Haddon Hall Christmas Markets 2018

The Winter Artisan Markets at Haddon Hall are always a magical experience with the remarkable grounds adding an extra touch of charm to the festive event. This year, the Haddon Hall Christmas markets are set to be as fantastic as ever, so why not pay them a visit between the 15th to the 18th of
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The Best Places to Visit in the Peak District

The Peaks have so many wonderful places to visit that we can’t exactly fit them all into one list. However, for your convenience, we’ve compiled the 10 best places to visit in the Peak District that are within a 30 minute drive of our luxury holiday cottages. That way, you can make the most of
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Chatsworth House Christmas Markets 2018

To get you in the festive mood, check out the Chatsworth House Christmas markets this year. They commence on November 16th and run until December 4th. During the event, there will be over 100 market stalls selling various gifts and delicious food and drink. A live brass band and carol singers will be playing outside,
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10 Foods Invented in the Peak District

The Peak District and the surrounding areas are places of incredible views, varied wildlife and interesting historical landmarks. But did you know they also have great traditional food? We’ve put together 10 of the best foods invented in the Peak District that you simply must try. Bakewell Pudding Originating from cook books as far back
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The Best Scenic Drives in the Peak District

Sometimes you just don’t fancy going for a walk. Maybe you’re too tired, or you have mobility issues, or perhaps the weather is dreary – but that doesn’t mean you can’t still see some amazing views! We’ve put together a few of the best scenic drives in the Peak District so that you can take
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Peak District Myths and Legends

Although today we see the Peak District as a beautiful and relaxing place to visit, this was not always the case. In fact, throughout history, the area of Derbyshire was known as the ‘Dark Peak’. The people of the time thought it to be too ‘wild and savage’ to venture into. Many were put off
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Dog Friendly Restaurants in the Peak District

If you decide to bring your pet to the Peak District, then you might be left wondering where to go for a tasty meal. We’ve got you covered. Here are our top picks for dog friendly restaurants in the Peak District to give you a few options. There are plenty more, but that’s for you
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Best Summer Walks in the Peak District

In honor of National Parks Week, we have put together a list of the best summer walks in the Peak District. The Peak District is the UK’s oldest National Park, founded in 1951, and remains just as stunning as it was back then. With so much space to lose yourself in, there’s no better place
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Places to Eat in the Peak District

With mouth-watering, independent eateries and fresh, local produce, a trip to the Peak District is a must for foodies! There’s fantastic farmer markets, artisan cafes, local breweries and fine dining all within easy reach of our holiday cottages and caravan site. We’ve selected some of the finest places to eat in the Peak District to
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