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About the county of DerbyshireThe County of Derbyshire is situated in the very heart of England. The 'Peak District', Englands first National Park spans over 500 square miles and is one of the most popular and stunning areas of natural beauty. Derbyshire is home to many wonderful Stately Homes such as Hardwick Hall and the Medieval Manor House, Haddon Hall.
With such varied landscape, such a richness of wildlife and such a wealth of cultural heritage no visitor can possibly be disappointed.
See our recommended Derbyshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Derbyshire attractions, and Derbyshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Derbyshire
Long Eaton is a small town lying on the River Trent around 8 miles east of Derby. The town has a history stretching back to the 7th century, but was for many centuries naught but a sleepy agricultural village...
A picturesque village amongst the Peak District Dales..
This is a popular Derbyshire village with a church dating back to the Doomsday Book...
Today, this graceful village with its sweeping main street and quiet little alleyways is a tourist destination of character and charm...All Derbyshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Derbyshire
This exceptional museum is housed in an impressive building of modern times. It gives visitors of every age a fascinating.....
Mam Tor, also known as 'The Shivering Mountain' is a famous beauty spot and landmark of the Peak District. At its summit are the.....
This wild eyrie stretch of moorland has an invigorating, yet gloomy feel to it and looking around at the barrows left from the.....
Situated in the West of the Peak District, close to the Derbyshire/Cheshire border, and close to the towns of Buxton and.....All Derbyshire AttractionsCastles in DerbyshireDerbyshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
'Long Meg and her Daughters' is the second largest stone circle in Europe dating from the Bronze Age and featuring 69 stones all 12ft high.
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