Charlesworth Lodges are found in peaceful woodland on a hillside, well off the beaten track. The lodges command splendid uninterrupted views of Coombes Rocks on the edge of the magnificent Peak District National Park and are a real hidden gem.
Rosliston Forest Lodges are located in individual secluded woodland glades. These attractively furnished lodges sit in the National Forest Centre's 154 acre site, a sustainably managed area. The wildlife is abundant and lake fishing, way marked walks, cycle hire, falconry displays and a restaurant are just some of the Centre's attractions.
Swainswood Leisure Park and Spa enjoys a delightful setting in the heart of the Peak District National Park. You will find that these lodges are an ideal choice for families and those wishing for a romantic break, this small, exclusive collection of luxury lodges and holiday homes is a superb base for exploring the huge array of things to do and see in this beautiful part of the country.
Situated just 15 minutes walk away from the popular theme park of Alton Towers, Ramshorn is a peaceful little hamlet. The park offers many attractions for all ages and is a great place that caters for everyone. Ashbourne is a bustling market town only 12 miles away and has a variety of shops, restaurants and other amenities. There are cobbled streets and little alleyways waiting to be explored and the Georgian architecture is a delight. The Peak District and Dales countryside is close by and has many walks and trails, along with cycle paths and bridle-ways. More adventurous pursuits include rock climbing and pot holing. With so much on offer this area is a great holiday base at any time of year.
The lovely wooded hamlet of Ramshorn is only a 15 minute walk from the entrance of Alton Towers, the popular theme park. There are so many attractions and activities at the park and it caters for all ages and abilities. The nearby market town of Ashbourne is 12 miles away and offers a variety of shops and places to eat and has a rich history, making it an interesting town to explore. Chatsworth House and Park and the halls of Haddon and Hardwick are all within reach as are a myriad of fascinating little towns and villages such as Bakewell, Hartington, Tissington and many more. There are walks aplenty, golf, cycle trails and even rock climbing in this fabulous area making it a wonderful base for a family holiday.
Commanding glorious country views across the Mease Valley from its tranquil setting on a 400 acre arable farm in the heart of the National Forest and within easy reach of the Peak District this beautifully appointed pine lodge offers a truly peaceful retreat. Alton Towers and Shugborough hall (N.T.) lie within easy reach whilst Drayton Manor Tamworth Snodrome Snibston Discovery Centre and Calke Abbey are under 10 miles. NEC 30 miles. Fishing riding and golf available locally. Dining pub and shop 1 mile.
Darwin Forest in the heart of the Peak District is the perfect woodland setting for you to relax enjoy your holiday and leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind.
Set just 15 minute’s walk from the pedestrian entrance to Alton Towers theme park, the lovely little hamlet of Ramshorn is situated in beautiful green woodland. With rides aimed at everyone, Alton Towers is a great place to visit throughout the whole year and the park doesn’t just cater for thrill seekers. The on site golf course, the waterpark at Cariba Creek and the Alton Towers Spa - with ‘Pamper Day’ packages available – are all well worth visiting. When you’ve finished exploring what Britain’s most popular amusement park has to offer, why not have a look at some of the more sedate activities around the region Attractions like Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Dovedale, and various cycle trails are close by whilst the region also boasts horse riding, rock-climbing and pot holing.
Set in the heart of the Peak District, Lime Tree Park stands in its own valley, from which you enjoy extensive views over nearby Buxton and the surrounding hills.
This small select park, exclusively for adults, proudly holds the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation, and is ideally situated for exploring the picturesque Peak District National Park.
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