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Bakewell - The Peak District's ancient capital

Set in a tranquil location brimming with natural beauty, Bakewell is an ancient market town in the heart of the Peak District. Known for its puddings, annual community events, and its markets held every Monday in the town centre. Modern Bakewell provides a popular escape from Derbyshire's more rural areas, with intriguing historical buildings, and peaceful riverside walks.

Discover Derbyshire

Derbyshire, home of the incredible Peak District national park, is one of the most popular areas of the UK for days out with the family and short breaks. Full of breathtaking natural beauty, rustic, stately homes and gardens, and unique, historical attractions like Peak Railway and Crich Tramway Village.

Ascend the Heights of Abraham

The Heights of Abraham is one of Derbyshire's major tourist attractions, located just outside of Matlock Bath, accessible from the village via cable car or footpath. Here, you can experience a breathtaking view of the Derwent valley from the popular cable car or the Vista Bar and Restaurant, explore the expansive Rutland and Great Masson caverns, and learn more about the long history of the area through intriguing heritage walks.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Bakewell? Travelodge Chesterfield Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Alfreton Hotel can be reached in under 40 minutes.