21 Nov 2019
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Derbyshire

If you like outdoor activities, you’ll love glamping in Derbyshire! Located in the scenic East Midlands, Derbyshire includes the Peak District National Park, the southern Pennines and part of the National Forest. These areas are perfect for getting outdoors, particularly for hikers and first-time visitors glamping in Derbyshire. Glamping pods, tipis, treehouses, timber yurts and glamping domes all blend in with the natural environment yet have extra home comforts such as electric power, beds with mattresses, kitchenettes and wood-burning stoves.

Family glamping in Derbyshire is easy with larger family pods or timber yurts that sleep up to 8 guests. Right outside your door you’ll find fresh air, woolly sheep, woodland walks and cycle ways as well as thrilling ziplines at the acclaimed Go Ape High Ropes Course.

Dog-friendly glamping in Derbyshire is popular too. The scenic Peak District, Britain’s first national park, combines riverside trails and gentle hills with delightful villages that are ideal for eating out or stocking up for glamping in Derbyshire. Edale, the start of the Pennine Way; pretty Bakewell on the River Wye in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales; Castleton with its castle ruins and Blue John Caves and the trio of Upper Derwent reservoirs (Howden, Derwent and Ladybower) are perfect days out on your glamping holiday in Derbyshire.

The 13mile Tissington Trail runs between Ashbourne and Parsley Hay (which is just as pretty as its name suggests!) It interconnects with the High Peak Trail for those who want a longer hike or bike ride (bike rentals are available at either end) and the crushed stone surface is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs too. With plenty of pretty villages to stop for afternoon tea along the way, this area epitomizes what glamping in Derbyshire is all about!

Derbyshire glamping is not just for outdoor enthusiasts. Those looking for a cultural glamping break in Derbyshire will find plenty to see and do. There are factory tours of the Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Factory, rides at the National Tramway Museum near Matlock, Derby Cathedral with its nesting peregrine falcons and the Derby Museum and Art Gallery to visit in this bustling county capital. Haddon Hall and Chatsworth House are ideal rainy-day venues, or how about Poole’s Cavern with its amazing stalactites in the spa town of Buxton?

With so much to see and do on a Derbyshire glamping break, your first visit certainly won’t be your last!

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