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Derby

Derby

This forward-looking city has a wonderful atmosphere, and a range of attractions and landmarks for tourists to visit. The UK’s most central city, Derby lies in a fantastic central location, enabling easy access to the beautiful expanse of the Peak District National Park as well as the bustling city of Nottingham. The buzzing nightlife of Derby city centre is sure to keep visitors in town past bedtime, with many friendly pubs, trendy bars, live music venues and nightclubs. Shopaholics will enjoy visiting the boutique stores on the high street, before popping into Westfield shopping centre for some retail therapy.

We love Derby because...

  • Close to Peak District
  • Friendly pubs and bars
  • Ideal for retail shopping
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Hotels
Hotels in Derby
Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court
Etwall Road Mickleover Derby DE3 0XX

Take it easy in an idyllic hotel situated close to the glorious hills of the Peak District.

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Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court
Etwall Road Mickleover Derby DE3 0XX

Take it easy in an idyllic hotel situated close to the glorious hills of the Peak District.

In and around Derby

Derby cathedral

A wonderful building, holding the honour of possessing the second highest perpendicular church tower in England! Its origins lie in a small collegiate church erected in the year 943 AD, but subsequently rebuilt a number of times. There are a number of highlights to see here, from the breath-taking view from the top of the tower, to the stained glass windows and the bells, which are the oldest working set in the world, commissioned during the reign of Henry VIII!

Calke Abbey

This awe-inspiring country house is a Grade 1 listed building, a Baroque mansion, estimated to have been built in roughly 1701. The house is in a state of disrepair, in the same manner it was when it passed to the National Trust, the reason is that this is an example of an English country house in decline – a result of the troubled times. So make sure to check out this unique look at the life of the inhabitants of the local area, and a great resource for learning more about native history.

Heights of Abraham

A number top attraction in the Midlands, consisting of an exciting gondola cable car journey up to a hillside park, with abandoned cavern and mine tours, plus much more available. The tours take visitors deep into the abyss, into a network of caverns and passageways, retracing the footsteps of the miners themselves. It’s said that the Romans began the excavation of miners here, which continued well into the 17th century.

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