Thursday, 17 February 2011

Short Breaks Peak District

Everyone needs to take time out of their busy lives to relax. An ideal way to do this is to take a short break. You don’t have to go abroad and spend a fortune as there are plenty of beautiful areas here in Britain which are perfect for enjoying a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday.
There are many fantastic areas in the uk to choose from when planning your short break including the Peak District. Whether you wish to spend an active, busy weekend or a quiet and relaxing one, the Peak District is ideal and has plenty to offer everyone. This area of Britain has a beautiful landscape which can be enjoyed by everyone and is perfect for walking, hiking and cycling.
You may wish to spend some time on your short break exploring the caves and caverns in the area. Or for those interested in culture and history, there are many fine historical houses to visit, including Chatsworth and Hardwick hall. The historic market towns of Bakewell, Chesterfield and Matlock are close to hand and well worth a visit. They also provide any amenities and facilities you might require on your break.
There is plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation in the Peak District. Bed and Breakfasts are always popular and practical for short breaks. You can choose from cosy, traditional cottages and farmhouses to modern, stylish B&B’s. If you wish to spend the majority of your holiday enjoying the fresh air and the scenery, it would be advisable to book into a bed and breakfast in the country side or a village. You will have plenty of choice and should have no trouble finding the perfect accommodation. There are also Bed and Breakfasts situated in the towns of the Peak District, perfect for those who prefer to have shops and restaurants nearby.

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