Pictures of Derbyshire
The 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 below for all the best towns & attractions in Derbyshire, or see a selection of our Derbyshire photographs on our picture tour of Derbyshire..
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Bolsover is a small town lying 5 miles east of Chesterfield. It occupies a picturesque valley setting, watched over by 17th century Bolsover Castle which stands on the site of a former fortress of Norman times...
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This barely spoilt town offers an exciting opportunity to enjoy a town crammed with beautiful buildings whilst exploring the high upland regions of England's glorious Peak District National Park...
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Church Broughton is an attractive Derbyshire village lying in open countryside that is perhaps best noted for its ancient church dedicated to Saint Michael...
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A village on the edge of the Peak District National Park with a Museum dedicated solely to the golden era of the Tramcar. Also famous as being the location for filming Peak Practice...
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The village lies a short distance from the beauty spot Carsington Water, between the market town's of Ripley and Belper...
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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...
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A delightful place with attractive village buildings including a church, village hall, several small shops and three village inns...
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Tideswell is famous for its superb, large church, known as the "Cathedral of the Peak"...
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An attractive small town in the High Peak district of Derbyshire...
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The early morning sun streams down on a piece of Derbyshire's proud heritage, as into view come the magnificent ruins of Bolsover.....
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Carsington Water is situated close to the village of Carsington in the lower regions of Derbyshire. Carsington Water is a large.....
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The River Dove flows through one of England's loveliest valleys. Though little more than a mile long, Dove Dale shows a variety.....
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The first view of this impressive early 19th-century house nestling above sweeping lawns is quite tantalizing, giving visitors a.....
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Perched in a picturesque position above the Derbyshire River Wye, the grey stone walls of Haddon House tempt invitingly, and you.....
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This beautiful reservoir is found in the undulating Derbyshire countryside. It is the lowest of the Peak districts three.....
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Peak Cavern is one of the finest of the many underground caverns of this area. It lies beneath Peveril Castle at the centre of.....
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