Catch up on news from Derwent House
If you are looking for a great day out whilst visiting Derbyshire, look no further than Crich Tramway Village. Crich Tramway Village is a brand name for the National Tramway Museum.
The news of a gradual relaxation of Government social restrictions is really welcome, but what are the rules for self-catering holidays?
“Great taste, traceable origins and products created with passion”- that’s what you will find here in Derbyshire. We are devoted to discovering local artisan food producers and sharing these finds so that our guests can enjoy all that the Peak District has to offer
We explain how the new “Rule of 6” Government restrictions on COVID-19 will affect booking a self-catering holiday in England with your friends and family for the coming months.
After a long time, it is lovely to be able to travel again and enjoy a break away from home. And it is certainly a popular time for a staycation. Derwent House is located in Matlock, Derbyshire and is ideally placed to explore the county and Peak District National Park.
We hope to welcome guests back to Derwent House from July. Dependent on government restrictions but the well-being of our guests & community is paramount.
Now our movements, rightly so, are restricted. Although we can’t travel there are still so many lovely sights all around the world. So, we thought we would share some of our favourite places in Derbyshire and the Peak District.
The most famous of all the food and drink produced or invented in Derbyshire has to the world renowned Bakewell pudding. Not to be confused with the very different from Bakewell tart.
The march of spring seems to be quickening with the first signs of spring flowers, longer days and bright crisp mornings. Spring always feel like a wonderful time to explore the Peak District.
Events, festivals, attractions, cycling, walking and exploring. One of the most common things we hear from our guests is how surprised they are at the range of things to do in Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Events in the Peak District and Derbyshire The Peak District National park was established in 1951. It is primarily situated in northern Derbyshire but also reaches into Yorkshire, Cheshire and...
The Peak District National Park It is almost impossible to think of the United Kingdom today without any of its outstanding National Parks. However, you do not have to go back too many decades to...