Elevated Bank Holiday site overlooking Carsington Water. Activities galore from walking to wind surfing.
Great Longstone just outside Bakewell. Dramatic Dales scenery, walking, cycling, shopping and many more attractions.
Kirklees, West Yorkshire village close to Holmfirth, popular tourist location famed for the TV series Last of the Summer Wine.
Ancient Nottinghamshire village rooted in Norman history.
The village of Haxey lies on a small elevation in area dominated by the mighty River Trent.
Ice Cream factory and coffee shop close to historic market town of Retford in north Nottinghamshire.
Nestling in the Hope Valley and ideally situated for the Blue John village of Castleton and it's famous caverns, Mam Tor and Edale, the start of the Pennine Way
Gateway to the stunning and eternally popular Dovedale. Convenient access to Tissington and High Peak off-road recreational trails.
Ancient woodland and legendary home to Robin Hood. New visitor centre for 2018 at the heart of this 450 acre nature reserve.
Quiet Lincolnshire village about five miles south of Gainsborough, historically defined by it's proximity to the River Trent.
Popular and charming Peak District village famous for the iconic Sheep Dip Bridge.
Alderwasley nr Wirksworth is small village enjoying a remote location above the Derwent Valley within reach of many popular Derbyshire attractions.
Beautiful village in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Venue for the annual SDA Boules competition.
Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire village and historical canal link to the River Trent.
Elevated location towards Matlock and the Derwent Valley. Bring a bottle for the SDA wine and cheese tasting competition.
Village on the border of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, close to Gainsborough.
Picturesque village in the Staffordshire Peaks, ideal base for exploring White Peak attractions in the Peak District National Park.
Historic village in the Amber Valley.
Wonderful location set high in the Derbyshire Peaks with dramatic scenery, perfect for cyclists and walkers.
Spectacular panorama, village sits at over 1,000 ft in an area popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
Adjacent to cycle hire and off-road fun via Tissington Trail and High Peak trail. Neolithic monument of Arbour Low within 1 mile.
Popular and picturesque village in the foothills of the North York Moors. Village attractions and easy access to York and Pickering.
Ideal base to explore the South Derbyshire Dales. Carsington Water just 3 miles. Close to the market town of Ashbourne.
Thatched cottages, village pond, great pub and parkland walks. Close to the market town of Ashbourne.