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Cycle Friendly

Discover one of the most cycle-friendly holiday destinations on the planet.

Road cyclists and mountain bikers are spoilt for choice in the Peak District and Derbyshire. There are a range of country lanes, permitted cycleways and bridleways to suit all experience levels, and you can be sure of fantastic views along the way! There are also great traffic-free cycle trails and family-friendly cycle routes for all abilities to enjoy, plus lots of award-winning cycle friendly places to stay too, where you can enjoy great bike-friendly facilities and cycle-friendly places to eat and drink nearby.

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Weathericks and Bradstone

Two charming 5-star cottages set in beautiful countryside with spectacular views over Carsington Water on the edge of the Peak District National…


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Buxton Crescent Spa Hotel

A stay at the Buxton Crescent is the perfect opportunity to sleep in a magnificent heritage building, with all the service and amenities of a 5-star…


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Offcote Grange Cottage Holidays

Two luxurious historic country cottages in private peaceful rural locations with beautiful gardens.


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Late Availability offer for Derwent View

Special offer for our bungalow , holiday let Friday 17th May to Friday 24th May From £755 to £495 for the week


Cycle Friendly Trails

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Ladybower Reservoir Cycle Route

This scenic family-friendly cycling route takes you around part of Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District's Upper Derwent Valley.


Upper Peak Forest Canal

Enjoy a scenic route along the upper part of the Peak Forest Canal, a once-bustling industrial hub in the Goyt Valley.


Ashbourne and Villages

Explore rolling countryside taking in the Georgian architecture of Ashbourne and visit traditional estate villages.


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