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Log Cabins & Lodges in Derbyshire
When it comes to planning lovely family holidays or long weekend getaways, Derbyshire is a very popular destination. It has everything a curious holidaymaker might want – stunning countryside, interesting heritage, impressive country homes, and plenty of leisure activities and family-friendly attractions which will delight and amaze.
Lodges & Log Cabins in the Peak District
There are not many places that are as beautiful and diverse as the Peak District National Park in the heart of England. Derbyshire and the surrounding areas are a fantastic place to come away and enjoy spending time in a rural and quiet location with some stunning countryside and places of interest to visit and explore. The romantic log cabins in the Peak District are a perfect choice for a secluded holiday for two.
The lodge accommodation has risen in popularity as the self catering holidays and breaks in the UK. Over the last few years and many people have found that the family lodges are comfortable, clean, tidy and present a very welcoming place to stay. The private hot tubs are a facility that many of the lodge parks have available with the accommodation choices and they are ideal for settling back and admiring the views from the park and soothing your aching body after a hard day out and about following your chosen leisure pursuits.
Attractions and Places to Visit in Derbyshire & Peak District
The Heights of Abraham
The Heights of Abraham is a truly unique place with so much to see and do. Cable car view stunning views, cavern tours, the tinkers shaft and much more, a complete day out.
Gulliver's family theme park has lots of rides for the kids and lands to explore and discover. Have a family fun adventure day out and have a holiday to remember.
Grab yourself a slice of culture and spend a day out at Chatsworth House. A beautiful house, gardens, farmyard and parkland to explore. Shop and eat as well and enjoy the best day out.
Explore the Peak District National Park with stunning scenery, lots of walks, bike trails and tracks and a must visit part of the Heart of England .