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Once you've decided on your perfect cottage base, you might be wondering where to begin your exploration of the Peak District. Here are a few must-see gems you won't want to miss:

  • Bakewell: This picturesque market town is famous for its delectable Bakewell Pudding and charming streets. Stroll along the River Wye, visit the historic All Saints Church, or enjoy a leisurely picnic in the beautiful Bakewell Recreation Ground.

  • Castleton: Nestled in the heart of the Peak District, Castleton is a postcard-perfect village surrounded by stunning landscapes. Don't miss out on the fascinating caverns, historic Peveril Castle, and the famous Winnats Pass – a dramatic limestone gorge that'll take your breath away! Castleton is also a perfect starting point for walks to Mam Tor and the Great Ridge.

  • Chatsworth House: This majestic stately home boasts stunning architecture, exquisite gardens, and a fascinating history. The house itself boasts an impressive art collection, while the grounds offer various walking paths and picnic spots. A day spent exploring Chatsworth House and its sprawling estate is sure to be a highlight of your trip.

  • Monsal Trail: An 8.5-mile traffic-free route, the Monsal Trail offers stunning views of the Peak District's countryside as it follows the path of a former railway line. Ideal for walking, cycling, or horse riding, the trail takes you through several tunnels and across the iconic Headstone Viaduct.

  • Haddon Hall: Another gem in the Peak District, Haddon Hall is a beautifully preserved medieval manor house with a rich history. Stroll through the romantic gardens, explore the grand rooms, and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a bygone era.

  • Dovedale: A popular spot for walkers, Dovedale is a picturesque valley with striking limestone formations and the famous Stepping Stones across the River Dove. The area offers various walking routes, suitable for all abilities, with breath-taking views at every turn.

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