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Best Large Visitor Attraction in the Country!
Luxury hotels, rustic farmhouses, cosy cottages and colourful narrowboats are just some of the accommodation options on offer.
From stately homes and historic houses to premier golf courses and award-winning gardens to interesting museums you will be spoilt for choice.
Cheshire’s Peak District has a vibrant calendar of cultural, artistic, sporting and countryside events.
You’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve died and gone to foodie heaven in Cheshire’s Peak District.
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Our Visitor Information Centres offer a wide range of services to help you make the most of your visit.
Sweeping vistas and dramatic skylines nestle alongside independent galleries, bijoux boutiques and cosy country inns. Cheshire’s Peak District encompasses nearly 100 square miles of inspiring scenery that includes the world renowned Peak District National Park. The area also includes the Gritstone Trail , a 35 mile walking route taking in wild moorland, rocky outcrops, impressive peaks and breathtaking scenery.
This site takes a peek at this refreshingly different part of Cheshire to help you enjoy a sensational short break.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Red Oaks Farmhouse which is set in pretty gardens.
Staying at Cottons Hotel gives you the best of both worlds - all the benefits of being in a 4 star hotel, but away from the urban bustle of city life...
Farmhouse style bed and breakfast accommodation with all modern amenities in Cheshire Peak District.
Thu 6 Aug - A Day in the Life of a Victorian Servant. Experience servants’ jobs in a grand Victorian household.
The largest gathering of Volkswagens, both air and water cooled, in the North of England. From Beetles to Golfs, Beach Buggys to Camper Vans, this...
Professor Jim Dunlop from the University of Edinburgh will talk about how recent advances in observational astronomy,