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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
Church Broughton is an attractive Derbyshire village lying in open countryside that is perhaps best noted for its ancient church dedicated to Saint Michael...
Little Longstone is a small hamlet situated in the Peak District National Park near to the beautiful Monsal Head. The village contains a 17th century manor house, some old village.....
Milldale is a glorious stone village lying in scenic countryside towards the southern fringes of the Peak District National Park...All Derbyshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Derbyshire
Calke Abbey was built between 1701-1703. The building, in the Baroque style, was built for Sir John Harpur. It is an.....
This wild eyrie stretch of moorland has an invigorating, yet gloomy feel to it and looking around at the barrows left from the.....
This delightful historic house which was built in the early 17th century for the Lords Vernon, has all the ingredients for a.....
Dating from Jacobean times, Tissington Hall has been lived in by the FitzHerbert family for 500 years and is set in the beautiful.....All Derbyshire AttractionsCastles in DerbyshireDerbyshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
Sheerness, in Kent, has the biggest pile of decaying explosives in the world sitting in a wreck a few yards offshore.
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