The Easter holidays are a fantastic time to visit the Peak District and Derbyshire. There’ll be plenty of things to do, plenty of places to see, and all the attractions will be open again for the new season. Perfect for an Easter break full of fun and adventure.

The end of March brings about the re-opening of Chatsworth for the season, so Easter and Spring-time are great times of year to visit the stately home, also known as the ‘gem of the peaks’.

There are ample incredible gardens to visit and explore, as the new season brings them all to life. Be sure to add Renishaw Hall & Gardens, Hardwick Hall and Chatsworth House Gardens to your must-see list.

With warmer weather comes more opportunity to enjoy a relaxed stroll or hard-core hike in the Peak District. As the spring sets in, the landscape and countryside come back to life, making exploring the Peak District National Park a must for any spring break in the Peak District.

Easter is a fantastic time to take the family away for a holiday too, so make the best of the Easter half term and take part in some fun Easter activities in Derbyshire and the Peak District area.

Some of the best-known attractions for children in Derbyshire and the Peak District include Heights of Abraham, Matlock Farm Park, the Tropical Butterfly House and Conkers activity centre.

If you’re looking for some pet-friendly accommodation in the Peak District and Derbyshire, we’ve got loads of fantastic options, so get in touch today.

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