Hotels in Derbyshire, East Midlands, England are listed below. Please view our hotel offers page for the latest "early booking", "free night" and "dinner, bed and breakfast" special offers for a range of hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation in Derbyshire and in the rest of England.
Peak District National Park covers most of Derbyshire and in the north of there are the hills and mountains which form the Pennines.
If you are looking for an active family holiday then Derbyshire is ideal for cycling as there are miles of disused railway tracks which are now cycling trails - High Peak Trail and Monsal Trail. Sports such as hang gliding, caving, sailing, rock climbing and hill walking are popular in Derbyshire.
Local places to visit for day trips in Derbyshire include the towns of Bakewell, Buxton, Derby plus Chatsworth House, Midland Railway steam railway, Bolsover Castle, Castleton, The National Tramway Museum, Peak Rail steam railway, Dovedale, Heights of Abraham, Haddon Hall and Matlock Bath.
The National Trust has a number of properties in Derbyshire and they are well worth a visit during your holiday to Derbyshire. National Trust properties include Hardwick Hall, Calke Abbey, High Peak Estate, Kedleston Hall, Ilam Park, Sudbury Hall and Longshaw Estate near Hathersage.
The Travellers Guide has a wide range of hotels and holiday accommodation in Derbyshire to suit all budgets. So if you are looking for a romantic spa hotel or a family friendly and dog friendly hotel we are sure you will find a hotel for your weekend break or family holiday to Derbyshire.
Please read our Derbyshire Tourist Information page.
Derbyshire has a number of must see tourist attractions and they include:-