Bakewell itself boasts a host of places of interest, including The Old House Museum and the Parish Church.
Bakewell is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and countryside. The historic houses of Chatsworth (3 miles) and Haddon Hall (1 mile away) are well worth a visit.
The Peak National Park has many places of interest. The plague village of Eyam, the caves at Castleton and The Heights of Abraham, Matlock, are just a few.
The location of Bakewell lends itself idealy to being a base for many activities.
Walking, The Monsal Trail runs from just east of Bakewell station to Blackwell Mill, a few miles downstream of Buxton on the river Wye.
Cycling, there are many great areas to cycle in, either on or off road.
Photography, Spectacular varied scenery.
Viewing historic buildings such as Chatsworth House & Peveril Castle.
Climbing, a vast array of areas in which to climb.
Touring by car.
Or just a relaxing sight seeing trip thoughout the Peak National Park.
We hope you enjoy your visit to Bakewell, Derbyshire and the Peak National Park.
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