Recommended Walk of the Month: November

This month we will focus on a walk along Mam Tor to Lose Hill.

Avoid The Winter Blues With A Touch of Luxury in the Peak District

It has to be said, Winter can sometimes be a bit of a dreary season. There’s no guarantee for toasty fires, cosy socks or a constant supply of hot chocolates, is there? So,… Continue reading

Explore Eyam: The Plague Village

The history of Eyam is one full with melancholy. In 1665, a batch of flea-infested cloth was delivered from London to a tailor in the quaint Derbyshire village, there was over a year… Continue reading

We’ve Planned Your Last Minute Weekend Getaway For You…

We know how busy you are, so we’ve done all the hard work for you… We have planned you a spontaneous mini-break getaway to the Peak District for this weekend. This weekend break… Continue reading

Hathersage: A Walk Through Jane Eyre Country

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë is a much-loved and classic Nineteenth Century novel, the roots of which are embedded deeply into the lands of the Peak District. In 1845, Charlotte travelled by coach to… Continue reading

Spooky Events in the Peak District this Hallowe’en

The spirits and spectres are preparing for their big night out… are you doing the same? The most ghoulish night of the year, All Hallow’s Eve, is on it’s way and we’ve some… Continue reading

The Peak District In Autumn: A Pictorial Guide

It’s undeniable; the Peaks look stunning in the Autumn. Golden moors, deep red trees and pale misty mornings, we can’t get enough of it- and neither can our local photographers! So, we wanted… Continue reading

Ten Ways The Peak District Does Country Living Perfectly

There’s a certain sense of romance and warmth that comes with the idea of rustic English country life; whether that be a giant Sunday roast in a cosy cottage, a cup of tea… Continue reading

Peaks and Poetry!

Hark, lovers of poems and Peaks! Today is National Poetry Day, so let’s celebrate this beautiful place inspiring people to write beautiful words by highlighting some of the Peak District’s most poetic residents… Continue reading

What’s on this weekend

At a loose end for something to do this weekend? Then look no further than the Peak District and Derbyshire. Lovers of art and culture take a look at: Chatsworth’s major new literary… Continue reading