As the UK’s first designated National Park, the Peak District comprises two equally beautiful, yet utterly contrasting landscapes. The softer, gentler landscape of the ‘White Peak’ occupies the centre/ south and is formed primarily of pearly-white limestone. It is here that you will find Blore Hall, a magnificent historic house now renovated and converted as holiday apartments and cottages.
The Peak District is a nature-lover’s paradise, teeming with wild flowers, birds and butterflies – many of which are found only in a few acres of deciduous woodland. Follow in the footsteps of the stars on the Film Tourism Trail, which celebrates the many period dramas that have been shot in the area, or sample the region’s renowned food, drink and local produce.