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Pride of The Peak District
Barceló Shrigley Hall Hotel
Holiday Inn Derby Riverlights
Bakewell ©Visit Peak District & Derbyshire
5 DAYS from only £149
What To Do
The Derbyshire Peak District market town of Buxton has
a number of claims to fame; as well as being the capital
of the High Peak, it is also at over 1,000ft above sea
level, the highest town of its size in England. Buxton has
been a popular holiday resort for centuries. Blessed with
stunning scenery, magnificent architecture, a wealth of
shops, a thriving arts scene and its world-famous spa
water, Buxton has plenty to offer any visitor.
The compact city of Derby has a rich and varied past,
one that is world-renowned still today. There is a
fantastic and diverse mixture of arts, entertainment and
culture on offer, and with its historical connections there
is something to appeal to all tastes. Visits to Derby
Cathedral and The Silk Mill – Derby’s Museum of
Industry and History – are highly recommended.
Bakewell is a highly picturesque market town that
crosses the River Wye and lies right in the heart of the
Peak District National Park. The town has a long and
fascinating history; first mentioned in the Doomsday
Book of 1085, ‘Badequella’, meaning ‘bath-spring’ has
been attracting visitors for 2,000 years. Of course,
Bakewell is famous the world over for the culinary
delights of its Bakewell Puddings.
Denby Pottery Visitor Centre
Denby Pottery Visitoe Centre is widely known and
popular throughout the UK, and the pottery is almost as
famous for fine quality glassware as well. 3 different
tours are available and conducted in small groups by
experienced guides.
Matlock Bath
Matlock Bath grew up a spa town, and spa heritage is
very much in evidence. The town is famous for its annual
Autumn Illuminations and Venetian Nights.
Eyam Plague Village
Barceló Shrigley Hall Hotel
Golf & Country Club
Holiday Inn Derby Riverlights
Pott Shrigley, Cheshire
You’ll find the 4 star Barceló Shrigley Hall, one of the most
prestigious hotels in the area, just 15 miles south of
Manchester. The 262 acres of spectacular countryside and
an 18-hole championship golf course provide a stunning
setting for the 19th Century country house, on the edge of
the Peak District National Park. The beautiful Oakridge
Restaurant offers delightful views over the grounds. The 148
bedrooms are individually decorated with amenities
including hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and TV.
2 Lift
5 Bar
3 Restaurant
4 In Room
6 Free Onsite 1
5 Days Half Board
This recently built 4 star hotel occupies a prime position in
the very centre of Derby, close to the modern Westfield
Shopping Centre, making this the ideal hotel for those who
also enjoy their shopping. The entrance is on the ground
floor, but reception and the majority of the hotel is on the
upper floors accessed via lifts. The open plan bar and
restaurant have a clean, light, contemporary feel and
provide a pleasant place in which to relax. Each of the 105
bedrooms is large and well-decorated, with a mixture of
external and courtyard views. All have excellent modern
amenities including air conditioning, hairdryer, TV, and
tea/coffee making facilities. Coaches can drop off at the
front door, and parking is available approximately 2km from
the hotel free of charge.
2 Lift
5 Bar
3 Restaurant
4 Tea/Coffee
6 Free Offsite 1
In Room
01 APRIL 2013 – 31 OCTOBER 2013
from £184.00 to £198.00
5 Days Half Board
No Single Supplement (Max 8)
01 APRIL 2013 – 31 OCTOBER 2013
Prices based on midweek arrivals and selected dates. Supplements may
apply for alternative dates
No Single Supplement (Max 4)
• 4 nights half board
• Porterage
• Welcome tea/coffee
• Choice of menu
• Tea/coffee after dinner
• Free use of leisure facilities
This attractive village is set in the heart of the Derbyshire
Dales. In 1665, the plague arrived in a parcel sent to the
local tailor. Despite the death of many residents, the
village effectively cut itself off from the outside world to
prevent the spread of the disease across the north of
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All rooms Double for Sole Use
• 4 nights half board
• Porterage
• Welcome tea/coffee
• Choice of menu
• Tea/coffee after dinner
• Talk on the area by a Blue Badge Guide on 1 night
• Entrance to the Bakewell Pudding Experience