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  1. Add Losehill House Hotel & Spa to your Itinerary

    Losehill House Hotel & Spa

    Address

    Lose Hill Lane, Edale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6AF

    Telephone

    01433 621219

    Price

    Price £295.00 to £450.00 per room per night

    Hope, Hope Valley

    We are proud to reveal the best-kept secret in the Derbyshire Peak District. Venture along a leafy lane and almost by chance you'll happen across somewhere rather special. Its name is Losehill House, a 4-star hotel located within the heart of The…

    Price

    Price £295.00 to £450.00 per room per night
  2. Add Melbourne Hall and Gardens to your Itinerary

    Melbourne Hall and Gardens

    Address

    Church Square, Melbourne, Derby, DE73 8EN

    Telephone

    01332 862502

    Price

    Price £5.00 Child to £38.00 Family

    Melbourne

    Once the home of Victorian Prime Minister, William Lamb who, as Second Viscount Melbourne, gave his name to Melbourne, Australia.

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    Price £5.00 Child to £38.00 Family
  3. Add Hardwick Hall and Stainsby Mill to your Itinerary

    Hardwick Hall and Stainsby Mill

    Address

    Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QJ

    Telephone

    01246 850 430

    Chesterfield

    An icon of Elizabethan architecture, Hardwick Hall, stands proudly on a hilltop bordering North-East Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

  4. Add Derwent Valley Mills to your Itinerary

    Derwent Valley Mills

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    Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG

    Matlock

    The Derwent valley, upstream from Derby on the southern edge of the Pennines, contains a series of 18th and 19th century cotton mills and an industrial landscape of high historical and technological significance.