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Sunday: Departing from your local area we make our way to the stunning Peak District with time to settle before your evening meal

Monday: This morning we visit Crich Tramway Village, a period village museum where we can enjoy travelling along the traditional village street on a vintage tram, viewing the exhibitions and marvelling at the spectacular views. In the afternoon we escape to the countryside on board Derbyshire’s longest heritage railway. As the glorious scenery passes us by on the 90 minute return journey, we enjoy a cream tea in the Derbyshire Countryman Dining car (on selected dates this may be served in the café). 

Tuesday: We travel to the thermal spa town of Buxton. Home of Buxton Water and located in the centre of the Peak District, famous Georgian and Victorian architecture as well as stunning ornamental gardens provide the perfect place for some time at leisure. We have free time for lunch here before visiting the charming village of Castleton, known as the “Gem of the Peaks”, after which we continue our scenic drive enjoying the wonderful view of the Ladybower Reservoir, which, along with the Derwent and Howden reservoirs, was made famous during World War II when it was used by the Dambusters RAF squadron to practice low level flying techniques. We have plenty of visual delights as we make our way back to our hotel, seeing much of the best scenery the Peaks has to offer. 

Wednesday: Today we travel to Chatsworth House in the heart of the Peak District. There are many rooms to explore, including the magnificent Painted Hall, State Rooms, Sketch Galleries and beautiful Sculpture Gallery as well as a diverse art collection to admire, in addition to the famous spectacular gardens. Following our visit we call in at the Chatsworth Farm Shop, in the nearby village of Pilsley. In the afternoon, we visit the popular market town of Chesterfield, dominated by its famous crooked spire. We are free to explore the shops andcafés

Monday: After a leisurely breakfast we depart for home, comfort stops en route.


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