Peak District Myths and Legends

Peak District Attractions

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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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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Reasons to caravan

Whether you’re a family group, a solo traveller or a couple of friends, a caravan holiday has something for everyone. Brilliantly cost effective, caravanning opens up a world of possibilities where you can set your own rules and make lasting memories. Need more persuading? Check out our favourite reasons to caravan. 1. Take your home
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Half term events and activities in the Peak District

The last school holiday before the summer is just around the corner. With the weather picking up at this time of year, the Spring half term is always a great opportunity to get out and about as a family. If you’re staying at our holiday cottages or caravan site this half term, be in the
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Well Dressing in the Peak District

Staying with us this summer? Experience the unique local tradition of Well Dressing Well Dressing is said to have been brought to the area by the Romans or the Celts and has been practised in the same way it is today since the 1800s. The tradition is kept alive by dedicated groups of volunteers and
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Hopton Hall Snowdrop Walk

Spring is around the corner! The Peak District is a year-round destination, with so much to see and do whatever the weather. But spring can be particularly spectacular as the landscape is bursting with new life. What better way to see the new season unfold than by taking part in the annual Snowdrop Walk at
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The best winter walks in the Peak District

Winter can be one of the most magical times to explore the Peak District. With rolling moors shrouded in mist and challenging climbs that lead to breathtaking views, the varied landscape of one of Britain’s best loved national parks is an adventure all year round. To give you some ideas, we’ve selected four of the
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Dog Friendly Holiday Accommodation in the Peak District

If you’re tired of restrictions on where you can take your dog on holiday, you’ve come to the right place! Both of our holiday cottage sites in the Peak District are 100% dog-friendly and we can’t wait to meet your four-legged friends!

A Taste of the Peak District at Endmoor Farm

For those who’ve stayed with us before, we can’t wait to welcome you back, and for any first timers at Endmoor Farm, we look forward to your arrival! However, if you’re undecided if Endmoor Farm Holiday Cottages in the Peak District are the place for your holiday, read on, as we let you know a
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What’s happening at Chatsworth House?

If you’re lucky enough to be staying in one of our Peak District Holiday Cottages this autumn, then you have got a real treat in store! As we say goodbye to summer, Chatsworth House will be home to a number of events for you to enjoy during your stay with us.