Self-catering holiday accommodation for walking holidays in Derbyshire
Memories of Derbyshire evoke rugged green wooded hills and fields separated by dry stone walls. Small tricking brooks meander through the wild flower strewn Dales. Sheep wander at will across the moors and roads. Traditional stone built villages, small market towns, where life continues at a gentler pace than in the bustling cities of the UK.
The Peak District National Park, Britain's first, occupies part of Derbyshire. An ideal area for walkers, the moors are strewn with large boulders, limestone gorges, the home of sheep and grouse. The Derbyshire Dales are truly lovely: Dovedale, Monsal Dale and Lathkill.
There's always a pub or tea-shop as a reward at the end of a walk. Find out more about each property by clicking on the images shown. More holday cottages, pine lodges, country houses, log cabins and all types of holiday rentals from one to five star, in Derbyshire and England, can be found by browsing through the Feature Pages on the left.