If you are looking for Cottage Short Breaks in the Peak District then there are plenty on offer to suit all tastes and budgets. Families can benefit from this type of holiday when compared with renting hotel rooms or travelling abroad. Cost, convenience and comfort are all positive aspects of cottage short breaks in the Peak District and as the region is centrally located for the whole of the UK, getting there shouldn’t be a problem.
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Taking Cottage Short Breaks in the Peak District can work out to be a more cost effective option for families than taking the children abroad on holiday. They will also get the chance to see some of the loveliest countryside England has to offer. This is particularly beneficial for the children living in large towns or cities and who might not get the chance to see much any other time.
The Peak District is one of England’s most famous National Parks and lives up to its name, with many square miles of rolling hills and rugged countryside. The national park is ideal for those who are taking advantage of Cottage Short Breaks in the Peak District to go hiking or mountain biking in the area.
For those who prefer something a little less strenuous, the county of Derbyshire has a lot to offer in the way of retail therapy. Towns such as Chesterfield, Buxton and Bakewell are famous for their small speciality shops and traditional markets, with Leek and Ashbourne renowned for their antique shops.
For a real taste of English heritage and to see how the other half live, the National Trust runs a number of spectacular stately homes in the region. One of the most famous of these is Chatsworth House, home to the Duke of Devonshire and which has some of the most beautiful gardens in the country. A trip to Chatsworth is an excellent day out for all the family.