Embrace the rolling countryside of Derbyshire
Derbyshire is nestled in the heart of the Peak District National Park, with the rolling hills of the Pennines across the northern border.
The stunning scenery is probably Derbyshire's most well known trait, with beautiful fields, caves, babbling brooks and unforgiving rock formations.
Mam Tor and Kinder Scout are two of the most popular tourist attractions for those hunting down the scenery that Derbyshire is so well known for.
The areas of Bakewell and Buxton are hotspots for putting the county on the map, having secured their reputations via desserts and bottled water respectively.
Chatsworth House is one of the most popular country houses in the UK, having been voted as the favourite several times. It's ideal to take a family trip for the day, with something to interest everyone.
The wilds of Derbyshire have formed the inspiration of many novels including Pride and Prejudice, cementing the county as a truly beautiful place to live.