The North of the Midlands is largely covered by Derbyshire and Peak District, a little further to the North lies rural Lancashire. In this beautiful area, the Belvilla holiday homes are hidden in nature or in the quiet and tranquil surroundings of small villages.
You'll find peace and quiet in rural Lancashire. Explore the idyllic landscape here, with coastal towns, picturesque villages, historic houses and castles. Blackpool is a well-known seaside resort, brimming with entertainment, and Liverpool, the city of the Beatles, is a leader in the field of music, sports and culture. Lancashire is also a golfing destination par excellence. Discover this region, where there is so much to see and do, from your holiday home in Lancashire.
South-east of Manchester lies the Derbyshire region, with the Peak District National Park, where some Belvilla holiday homes are located nearby. In this beautiful area, the variety of nature is huge. Steep rocky slopes, rolling hills, quiet valleys and rugged heath alternate with each other. You will find numerous cycle, mountain bike, hiking and bridle paths. So don't forget your walking shoes for a walk from your holiday home in Derbyshire! Discover the underground world in some of Britain's most spectacular (show) caves!
Chatsworth House, Bolsover Castle, Crich Tramway Village, The Pavilion Gardens, Markeaton Park, Kedleston Hall, Haworth Art Gallery are some of the famous places to visit in Derbyshire/ Lancashire.
Some of the must-try activities in Derbyshire/Lancashire are:
Travelers can take direct flights, connecting trains from London to Derbyshire/Lancashire.
Some of the recommended dishes in Derbyshire/Lancashire are Buxton pudding, gingerbreads, Hartington Stilton Cheese, and Derbyshire Oatcakes.
March to May is an ideal time for tourists to visit Derbyshire/Lancashire.