Oker View Holiday Cottage Peak District Derbyshire

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The cottage is located in the Darley Dale area of Derbyshire at the edge of the Peak District and near to the main artery of the A6 which gives easy access to Matlock / Matlock BathBakewell and Buxton. There are lots of attractions throughout the year and fantastic countryside right on the doorstep to explore by foot, bike, bus, car, Steam Train or even horse and cart from the nearby Carriage Museum. Check out this link for a gorgeous Scenery Video

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www.chatsworth.org

 

Chatsworth House, farm park and gardens, ideal for all ages

 

 "The house, garden, farmyard and adventure playground, shops and restaurants are open everyday until 23 December 2011. The 1000 acre park, the farm shop and its restaurant are also open all year round. Join us for an exciting year at Chatsworth" 

4.8 miles
 www.gulliversfun.co.uk/matlock-bath

 

Theme park family day out

 

 "Gulliver’s is a family theme park for families with children between the ages of 2 to 13 years of age. Gulliver’s Matlock Bath has been open for 30 years, it was built by a family with families in mind. It is a value for money fun day out with over 30 rides and 30 attractions

 4.8 miles
 www.peakrail.co.uk

 

Steam train line, nearest station 10 minute walk from the front door, ideal adventure into Matlock

 

"Whether it’s simply a nostalgic journey back to a bygone age or a discovery of the sights and sounds for the very first time of a steam train, Peak Rail welcomes you in 2014 to experience the thrill of steam on our preserved railway whilst travelling through the delightful Derbyshire countryside."  0.6 miles
 bakewellonline.co.uk Pretty Market town, famous for its Bakewell Tarts (puddings !) 

 "BAKEWELL - 'ancient capital of the Peak...'
Set in an enviable location on the banks of the Wye, with the river meandering gently through the centre, this beautiful old market town is in the heart of the Peak District, surrounded by stunning countryside views. Famous for its Puddings, Annual events and for receiving royal charter as a market town in 1330, markets are still held every Monday in the town centre and there is a thriving livestock market. Bakewell grew up around a cluster of thermal springs and wells that attracted Iron Age settlers and, in Anglo-Saxon times, gave the place its name. The town has a long and fascinating history; mentioned in the Dooms Day Book of 1085,`Badequella’ meaning Bath-well." 

 6.5 miles
 www.peakvillage.co.uk Retail therapy on your doorstep

 "Peak Village outlet shopping centre is nestled in the hills of the Peak District National Park in Rowsley, right on the doorstep of the world famous Chatsworth Estate.The unique and beautiful location of Peak Village make it a popular shopping destination all year round as visitors take the opportunity to indulge in a little retail therapy and soak up the stunning Derbyshire countryside.Peak Village is home to over 20 retailers including national names such as Cotton Traders, Pavers Shoes, Mountain Warehouse, The Cook Shop, Yeomans, Leading Labels and Exsports. With up to 30% off RRP you can be sure to enjoy great discounts off big brand names throughout the year." 

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