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Visit the Peak District and discover a spectacular landscape in one of the most inspiring parts of
Britain. Whether you choose to stay in a fine hotel, a great-value guest house or B&B, a cosy self-catering cottage or a camping and caravan site, you'll find that the area is a special place for a short break. It is the country's first national park – an ideal location for a great escape – and closer to London (91 minutes by train) than you think.
Whatever your passion, from browsing in bustling market towns and quiet villages to feasting on fine, locally produced food and drink, there's no better place to relax and recharge.
Specially protected landscapes provide superb backdrops and explain the area's starring role in many films and TV productions, such as Last Of The Summer Wine. Along with historic houses and glorious gardens, the area has fascinating traditions such as well dressing – where wells and springs are decorated with flower petals.
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