Self catering is a great option for those who prefer to relax in quiet environs and also wish to save on expensive eating out. Buy the essential groceries inexpensively, cook them just the way you do at home and eat at your leisure while watching your favorite program or listening to soothing music.
Great Derbyshire self catering holiday cottages are available for you to stay while you tour around Derbyshire’s attractions. Have a great breakfast without leaving your cottage and start out early for seeing the sights. Come back for a quiet beer and home-cooked dinner after a great day.
Derbyshire has several great attractions such as:
• Chatsworth House, the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, set in an expansive parkland on the banks of River Derwent, has a collection of paintings, Old Master drawings, neoclassical sculptures, books, furniture and other artifacts
• Crich Tramway Village, a restored period village .is home to the National Tramway Museum where you can enjoy unlimited tram rides
• The Peak District Mining Museum is a renovated former dance floor that now houses the relics of the district’s oldest industry
• The Masson Mills is a showpiece cotton mill built in the 18th century by Sir Richard Arkwright. Today it is textile museum with a collection of historic textile machinery producing yarn and cloth, in working condition, to preserve the Arkwright legacy
• The Peveril Castle is a medieval building constructed sometime in the 11th century that acted as the administrative centre of a lordship named Peak.
Paddock House Farm Holiday Cottages offer six luxury cottages in Derbyshire Peak District. The cottages range from the Cherry Holiday Cottage with one bedroom accommodating two persons to Ash and Beech Holiday Cottages that can provide sleeping accommodations for up to 8 persons. Kitchens are complete with electric hob and cooker, cutlery and crockery, fridge, dishwasher, fully fitted cupboards and dining table.