English Tourism Week 23

English Tourism Week: Special offers in the Peak District & Derbyshire

17th to 26th March marks the annual English Tourism Week campaign celebrating our diverse, exciting and vibrant tourism sector.

VisitEngland's annual English Tourism Week campaign celebrates our diverse, exciting and vibrant tourism sector, showcasing the quality, range and value of tourism in England.

This year, English Tourism Week takes place from 17th to 26th March 2023 and to celebrate, we've got some fantastic special offers for you to enjoy in the Peak District and Derbyshire. Enjoy discounted bike hire, great savings on breaks, and admission to some of our top tourism attractions! Scroll down to find out more.

Be quick: These offers are only valid from 17th to 26th March!

Get involved

Share your favourite memories from holiday and days out in the Peak District and Derbyshire on social media. Whether it's a favourite place to stay, a much-loved local pub, or one of your go-to places for a great day out, share your images and videos on social media using #EnglishTourismWeek23 and don't forget to tag us @visitpeakdistrict.

Special offers celebrating English Tourism Week

Special Offer

Half Price November at Matlock Farm Park

Visit Matlock Farm Park between 1-30 November to receive a whopping 50% discount!

Special Offer

Guided tour to Kinder summit with Ranger…

Explore with our guided micro-adventures for individuals and small groups.

Special Offer

Wildhive Callow Hall ~ New Year Wellbeing Stay…

Book during the month of November 2023 for a stay in January or February 2024 and receive a FREE massage for two.

Special Offer

Christmas Day Lunch at The Bike and Boot

Join us for an incredible 5 course Christmas Day Lunch on 25th December

Suggested itineraries

Day trip from Sheffield: Explore Matlock Bath,…

Discover some of Derbyshire's most popular towns and villages by bus.

Day trip from Sheffield: Explore Matlock &…

The busy market towns of Matlock and Bakewell are a great day out for all the family and the bus is the hassle-free way to travel.

Day trip from Sheffield: Exploring the Hope…

Offering some of the best views and most picturesque villages in the country, Derbyshire's iconic Hope Valley is one of the best-loved parts of the…

City Heritage, Culture and Cocktails!

Visit Derby, the UK’s most central city, with a rich history of creativity and making, a busy cultural calendar, a varied shopping offer and the…

Great days out


Haddon Hall

Take a step back in time and experience the wonder of Medieval and Elizabethan architecture as you explore Haddon Hall, one of the country’s most…


The National Stone Centre

Telling the story of stone; the National Stone Centre (NSC) is a 40 acre site on the edge of the Peak District featuring 330 million year old…


The Derbyshire Emporium

The Derbyshire Emporium is located on Matlock Street in the Peak District market town of Bakewell.​


Thornbridge Estate

Thornbridge Hall is a Grade II listed stately home in the heart of the Peak District. It is surrounded by 12 acres of quintessentially English…

Places to stay


George's Cottage

Experience the charm of a traditional 19th Century Peak District cottage. Nestled in the heart of Derbyshire, stunning views and a tranquil escape.


Cross View

Cross View is a charming well-modernised eighteenth century cottage with beamed ceilings and an open fire, tranquil location on village green, 2…


The Friendship Hotel

The Friendship Hotel is nestled on the edge of the Peak District and is within easy reach of Barnsley and Sheffield.

Get outside

Kinder Scout mass trespass walk

Follow in the footsteps of the 1932 walkers who trespassed en masse to secure access rights in the Peak District for everyone.

New Mills Rail Ale Trail

A walk from New Mills Central Station to New Mills New town Station, via the town's pib;lic houses, sampling fine beers and food along the way.

Edith Nesbit walk from New Mills

Discover the countryside that inspired Edith Nesbit's famous book 'The Railway Children'

Lantern Pike walk from Rowarth

A moderate walk with pleasant streamside walking, some fairly gentle ascents, occasional muddy or rough terrain and numerous stiles.

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