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View of Winnats Pass looking towards Mam Tor (© Robin Weaver)

A winning weekend in the Peak District

Destination: Derbyshire

Castleton may be a well known centre for outdoors adventure, but it’s also a great base camp for a relaxing weekend in the glorious Peak District

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Weir on the River Wye at Bakewell

Buxton and Bakewell: the perfect break in the Peak District

by rfield

Destination: Buxton

The Peak District is one of England's rural highlights. By staying in Buxton, you can enjoy the best of town and country and discover some amazing food and drink on the doorstep of the great outdoors

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Five great English breaks

Destination: Henley-on-Thames

Historical sights, farmers markets, riverside walks and seaside charms... you'll find them all in this guide to some of the loveliest destinations the English countryside has to offer

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Stained glass depiction of Chesterfield (Photo © Jon Bigg)

Chesterfield: historic time out from modern motorway madness

Destination: Chesterfield

Driving from Devon to Newcastle with fidgety children could have been a fraught experience. An overnight stop at Chesterfield in the Peak District relieved the tedium and refreshed body and mind.

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Irongate in Derby city centre, with the cathedral in the background (©

Derby days

by Lyn.Eyb

Destination: Derby

Derby's not what it was - and all the better for it. This former industrial powerhouse has now transformed itself into a modern city

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Peak District perfection

Famous for its wonderful walking, the Peak District also has plenty of other attractions, from ancient stone circles to spectacular caverns and seriously indulgent puddings

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Walking the Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is England's toughest hike – 268 miles of pain. It's also 268 miles of glorious scenery, following the central watershed of the country all the way north to the Scottish border

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