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South Normanton

South Normanton

This attractive village within Derbyshire provides visitors with fantastic access to the great outdoors, with the Peak District National Park on its doorstep, which is the UK’s second largest national park. Many enjoy exploring the labyrinth of paths, hills and streams on offer here, both by foot and by bike. Derbyshire also offers a number of cultural and historical attractions, from stately homes, to castles and cathedrals. For those who enjoy a spot of retail therapy, the East Midlands Designer Outlet should be a priority stop, with over 65 high street and designer brands to choose from.

We love South Normanton because...

  • Ideal for exploring outdoors
  • On doorstep of Peak District
  • Close to designer outlet
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Hotels
Hotels in South Normanton
The Derbyshire
Carter Lane East South Normanton DE55 2EH

The Derbyshire Hotel is a family friendly hotel in a brilliant location for a range of different breaks.

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£96.00pp
The Derbyshire
Carter Lane East South Normanton DE55 2EH

The Derbyshire Hotel is a family friendly hotel in a brilliant location for a range of different breaks.

In and around South Normanton

Balsover Castle

This Stuart-era castle mansion, built in the 17th century, is an impressive sight and provides guests with stunning views from the wall walk over the surrounding countryside. From the terrace ruins to the Little Castle, there are many features to admire here. The building was built as a stately home and an area to participate in leisure activities, more than it was for defence. Guests can tour the interior and admire the lavish decorations and grand ceiling paintings, as well as learning more about the history of the local area.

Nottingham Castle

This spectacular attraction was built back in the 11th century, commissioned by William the Conqueror himself. Prepare yourself for some of the most spectacular views in the country, with as much to see outside as there is inside. From the vibrant museum housed inside to the wonderful collections of art words, relics and armour, visitors can also take part in a guided tour to learn more about the castles secrets. First built in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 17th century, the castle sits high above Nottingham, commanding brilliant views across the city.

Peak District National Park

This pristine expanse of luscious moors, dales, rivers, springs and caverns is an ideal location for those who love the outdoors. Whether you’re mountain biking, hiking or planning a leisurely stroll, the Peak District has open spaces, stunning panoramic views and wonderful scenery for all. There are also a number of quaint towns and villages to visit here from Whaley Bridge to Castleton.

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