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Holiday Letting Price Information in Derbyshire
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Derbyshire. in Derbyshire, prices can go up to £101 (27/07 - 03/08). The cheapest week is in January (19/01 - 26/01). Prices fall to an average of £63 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Derbyshire
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Derbyshire. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in August (18/08 - 25/08). Conversely, it is in December (01/12 - 08/12) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Derbyshire
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 20°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Derbyshire, with temperatures going under 2°. December is the wettest month.
Discover the Peak District with a Derbyshire Holiday Letting
The English county of Derbyshire, nestled in the middle of the country, is home to some of Britain's most breathtaking scenery. The county hosts three quarters of the Peak District National Park, the first National Park to be established in Britain. Here you can enjoy world-class hiking routes, cycling opportunities, and sightseeing. A stay in a Derbyshire holiday letting also provides easy access to some of England's most charming towns and villages, such as the famous spa town of Buxton.
Getting to Derbyshire
Derbyshire is easily accessed from either Manchester International Airport or East Midlands Airport. If you opt for the convenience of a letting car, getting to your holiday home from either airport is an easy and pleasant drive via A roads. The county's main city of Derby, and smaller towns, are well served by rail links from London, Manchester and other destinations.
Enjoying the Countryside
It is impossible to visit the county without taking full advantage of the countryside around your Derbyshire holiday letting . The Peak District National Park is one of England’s natural wonders, and is perfect for walking, cycling and sporting activities. If you like walking, then lace up your hiking boots and enjoy the 500 sq. km of accessible land. There are many marked trails to follow, ranging from 3 to 15 km, and including high moorland hikes and gentle riverside walks. For spectacular views, take a hike up to Mam Tor, meaning Mother Hill, which is considered one of the best spots for photography in the UK.
If you enjoy getting around by bike, then the newly restored Monsal Trail should be high up on your agenda. The trail runs between the historic towns of Buxton and Bakewell, traversing old railway lines and passing outstanding scenery. There are plenty of places in the area to hire bikes, so that bringing your own isn't necessary. Of course, if you prefer to have your own, you'll have ample space to store them in your Derbyshire holiday letting .
An Adventure for the Whole Family
Derbyshire offers plenty to keep the whole family entertained. The Heights of Abraham, near to Matlock, is home to an unforgettable cable car ride with sweeping views of the Derbyshire countryside. You might even spot your Derbyshire holiday home.
If your kids love animals, the area has a number of farms where they can make some furry friends. The Matlock Farm Park is one of the best. The National Forest Adventure Farm is also a great place to meet and feed the animals, and if you're not so lucky with the weather, they have a huge indoor play area.
Explore Derbyshire's beautiful nature and historic sites
A wooded valley with the River Dove running through it, the valley is dotted with striking tree-sized limestone formations. An additional highlight are the stepping stones across the River Dove which have been here since the 19th c.
Hardwick Hall and Gardens
Hardwick Hall is a splendid country house built in the late 16th c. for one of the richest women in England, Bess Hardwick. Enjoy the Italian Renaissance architecture and the fine tapestries.
Buxton Pavilion Gardens
In the heart of Buxton, the Pavilion Gardens' lakes, flowerbeds and wood-lined paths cover 23 acres.
Buxton Opera House
Home to the annual Buxton opera festival in mid-July, the Buxton Opera House shows operas, plays, musicals and concerts year-round.
Close to Ticknall, Derbyshire, the 17th c. Calke Abbey is a living testimony to the decline of stately homes and tells the story of the somewhat misanthropic Harpur family who lived here until 1985.
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