• Outdoor hot tub
    • Egyptian cotton linens and duvets
    • Fully equipped Kitchen 
    • Bath or shower options
    • Daily maid service
    • Car valet services
    • Limousine for hire
    • Wi-Fi access
    • Babysitting services
    • Porter and maid services
    • Barbecue facilities
    • Outdoor hot tubs

     

    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Adults only
    • Pets allowed at £40 each
    • Deck with furniture
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Indoor heated pools
    • Children play area
    • Sauna, steam room and spa
    • Childeren’s play area
    • Toddler play room
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Wi-Fi access

Relax in Your Own Derbyshire Hot Tub Lodge

Once in a while, you will need a break. The question is how you spend it? There are many ways to relax and unwind, but you can bet that few can match soaking in your own hot tub. Fewer still are as cost effective as doing this in the secluded lodges in Derbyshire. This is why in our endeavour to share our experiences in hot tub holidays; we bring to you the county of Derbyshire.

You will make fond memories here. Not only that you will find love with your partner once again, but that you will have discovered a new way to unwind without breaking the bank. The realisation that you do not need to travel to far off Hawaii or the Caribbean to experience an awesome holiday will give you peace of mind.

All that you are needed to do is park your family (pets included) into that old station wagon and head to the Heart of England…and there, love and happiness will blossom and flourish in your family. What do you say, huh? Give it a try, will you?

 

The first settlement in Derbyshire is recorded at about 200,000 years ago during the interglacial period. It’s not until the Bronze Age that Derbyshire will see continuous human occupation. Today, Derbyshire occupies a good percentage of Peak National District and the southern extremes of Pennine Range. The county seat is the city of Derby.

About 75% of the population in the county lives in less than 25% of the land. The county is largely rural and thus an awesome place to take your break. It gives you miles upon miles of alluring countryside to explore. Very few places in the UK can boast similar open countryside.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Derbyshire

 

Derbyshire is a holidaymakers’ paradise. It has hundreds of holiday activities to experience, many cultural events to attend, rolling countryside to explore and hospitable people to interact with. Below we have come up with a list of the top 10 places that you should visit in Derbyshire. They will give you the overall feel of the county. You are however well advised not to limit yourself to the list. Take a look.

The Peak District 

The Peak District is an obvious choice. Its wildlife, meadows, woodlands, lakes and many other attractions will introduce you to country living, Derbyshire style.

Heights of Abraham 

This is a park set on peak of Masson Hill. It gives you superb views of the surrounding countryside. If you love photography, then you cannot find a better spot.

Gulliver’s Kingdom 

If you are travelling with the little ones, then this amusement park is a must visit. It is located in Matlock.

 


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Poole’s Cavern 

Get your adrenaline running because you will need it in this cave. It is a 2 million year old limestone cave.

Carsington Water 

This facility will allow you to try your hand at navigating a watercraft. It is a reservoir into which River Derwent drains some of its water.

Pride Park Stadium 

This is a football ground located on the outskirts of Derby. You will enjoy great football matches there.

High Peak Trail 

Among the holiday activities that you can experience on this 17-mile trail include; horse riding, cycling and walking.

Cromford Mill 

Visit the first ever water-powered cotton mill. It was developed in 1771 by Richard Arkwright.

Kinder Scout 

If you do not know how to read a compass or survive in the wild, then this is the place to learn these great skills. This large moorland that will train you in the ways of the wild.

Calke Abbey 

Calke Abbey Epitomises the attractions that you will find in Derbyshire. It is a Grade II listed National Trust property.

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