Park Farm B&B is located in the wonderful Derbyshire countryside, just 15 minutes from the M1 & A38. Nearby local attractions and places of interest include:
Heights Of Abraham
A Great day out!! A spectacular cable car ride with your cable car tickets giving you free access to the caverns and park, entertainment for the whole family. Cable car rides across the Derwent Valley to the 60-acre summit. Exciting underground tours in two famous show caves. Explorers challenge. Displays. Picnic and play areas.
Haddon Hall is probably the finest example of a fortified medieval manor house in existence.
Chatsworth House, exhibition, garden, farmyard & adventure playground, gift shops and restaurants are open every day until 23 December 2010. Fabulous new displays, restored rooms and our 'Celebrating Deborah Devonshire' exhibition mean more to see than ever before. The 1000-acre park, the farm shop and its restaurant are open all year round.
National Tramway Museum
Looking for a great day out in Derbyshire? Then look no further than Crich Tramway Village. Nestling high up in the heart of Derbyshire overlooking the famous Derwent Valley and open almost throughout the year, Crich Tramway Village is a lovingly restored period village that is also home to the National Tramway Museum and its world-renowned archives.
One of the most splendid houses in England.
Built by Bess of Hardwick in the 1590s, and unaltered since: yet its huge windows and high ceilings make it feel strikingly modern. Outside, stone gleams and glass glitters in the light. It’s six towers make a dramatic skyline. Climbing up through the house, from one spectacular floor to the next is a thrilling architectural experience. Rich tapestries, plaster friezes and alabaster fireplaces colour the rooms, culminating in the hauntingly atmospheric Long Gallery.
The Peak District National Park
The Peak District, a world class destination stretching from the dramatic moorland and breathtaking landscapes of Britain's first National Park, to the ancient oaks of the National Forest in the south of the county.
With a fascinating historical and cultural heritage, this unique and diverse region is home to some of the country's finest stately homes, enchanting market towns and picturesque villages.
Matlock Bath in Derbyshire became an instant tourist resort for the wealthy and influential, when warm springs at a constant temperature of 68 degrees fahrenheit were discovered back in 1698. Matlock Bath has lots of attractions within its borders such as Peak District Mining Museum, Gulliver’s Kingdom, Matlock Bath Aquarium and Hollogram Gallery, Heights of Abraham and Lea Gardens.
Derwent Valley World Heritage Centre
Stretching 15 miles down the river valley from Matlock Bath to Derby, the World Heritage Site contains a fascinating series of historic mill complexes, including some of the world's first 'modern' factories.
Originally built in 1797 and restored in the year 2002, Heage Windmill is a Grade II* listed building which is situated in the spectacular Derbyshire countryside, offering breath-taking views towards the Derwent Valley. Today, Hedge Windmill remains the only functioning six-sailed stone tower windmill in the country. Car parking is also available on site.
Denby Pottery Village
Located on the edge of the Peak District Natural Park, Denby Pottery Village offers a fantastic day out for all the family. A local attraction boasting museum, visitor centre, cafe and shops, Denby Pottery Village is situated next to the original pottery factory, producing handmade stoneware for over 200 years.