Derbyshire GuideDerbyshire is a county in northern England, part of the United Kingdom. Derby people do have a noticeable accent but this is easily understood. By train By plane By bus By train HotelsFind hotels in Glossop, Hayfield, High Peak and more.
Popular in DerbyshireDerbyDerby is in Derbyshire county, England. Most local bus services are operated by Arriva and Trent Barton. GlossopGlossop is a small town located on the edge of the Peak District. It lies in the county of Derbyshire, which is officially part of the East Midlands. HayfieldHayfield is a village and civil parish in the Borough of High Peak in Derbyshire.
In DerbyshireNew MillsNew Mills is in Derbyshire. New Mills is a small mill town at the junction of the Rivers Sett and Goyt. ChesterfieldChesterfield is a market town and borough of Derbyshire, England. It is the largest town in Derbyshire, and is situated on a confluence of the rivers Rother and Hipper. BakewellBakewell is a picturesque historical market town in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire famed for its Bakewell Puddings, Bakewell Tarts, and Mr Kipling's Cherry Bakewells. AshbourneAshbourne is a small market town in Derbyshire. As with every small town, all you need is your feet. BuxtonBuxton is an ancient spa town in the Peak District, England. It is in the county of Derbyshire which is officially classified as part of the East Midlands but it is probably more associated with the North West of England. CastletonCastleton is in the Peak District in England. Castleton is a small town in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Crowden-in-LongdendaleCrowden-in-Longdendale is a village in Derbyshire. Crowden is a small and isolated village in the upland valley of Longdendale, on the A628 Manchester–Sheffield Woodhead Pass road that crosses the Pennine moors from west to east. MatlockMatlock is a town in Derbyshire, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, about 20 miles north of Derby. WirksworthWirksworth is a historical market town 4 miles south of Matlock with a population of around 10,000 in Derbyshire, England. BelperBelper is a town in Amber Valley, Derbyshire. Belper is on the mainline between Derby and Chesterfield/Sheffield, although it is currently only served by one main line train per weekday. EdaleEdale is in Derbyshire. Edale is the name of the valley of the River Noe and the name used by most people for Grindsbrook Booth, the settlement where the only train station in the valley is located. Whaley BridgeWhaley Bridge is a small town in Derbyshire, surrounded by the Peak District National Park, at the head of the Peak Forest Canal. CromfordCromford is a village of approximately 1500 inhabitants in Derbyshire, in the wooded valley of the river Derwent, 17 miles north of Derby. AlfretonAlfreton is a town in Derbyshire, approximately 14 miles N of Derby and 16 miles NW of Nottingham.
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