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Holidays in the Peak District

Quiet escapes surrounded by spectacular scenery

The Peak District is known for its fantastic National Park, spectacular scenery and old-town feel to name a few - and provides the ideal base for visiting the many local attractions in the area.

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Ashbourne Town Centre

Local Area

Holidays in the Peak District are not just about outdoor activities. It is one of the most picturesque regions in the UK and there are dozens of idyllic destinations worth a visit, from stunning riverside villages to pretty market towns.

From nearby Ashbourne to the pretty Peak towns of Tideswell and Bakewell, all packed with things to see and do.

 
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Local attractions

The Peak District is home to some of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions, including the famous Alton Towers theme park.

But there are a host of others that offer great value days out for the whole family, whatever the weather may be – and all only a short distance from our holiday park! From museums to historic houses, take a closer look at what’s on offer here...

 
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Eating out

From traditional pub grub to the finest in contemporary cuisine, the Peak District boasts an array of culinary hotspots that will tantalise your taste-buds.

Whatever your foodie preference may be, there’s a great pub, bar or restaurant nearby serving up your favourite dish not far from our holiday park!

 
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Ilam Park, Dovedale and the White Peak

Peak District walks

If you love walking holidays then the Peak District is the perfect place for you to stretch your legs!

Walk the hills and the valleys and drink in the spectacular scenery. Our Ashbourne Height holiday park is also located at the entrance to the Tissington Trail, which is a great place to start your walking adventure!

Caravan and glamping holidays in the Peak District

Set in the spectacular Peak District hills near Ashbourne, Ashbourne Height offers a fantastic range of self catering caravans and glamping pods.

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