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Derbyshire is one of the most beautiful counties in England. Home to the Peak District National Park, you’ll also find the newly created National Forest, which links Needwood in Staffordshire with Charnwood in Leicestershire. And as well as beautiful scenery, there’s also a wealth of history to explore, from the Bronze Age burial burrows at Arbor Low to Eyam, the famous plague village. Although steeped in history, Derby is also home to one of Britain’s youngest cities, making the county a fascinating blend of old and new. Stay in a YHA in Derbyshire and discover everything this enchanting county has to offer.
Derbyshire is a distinctly green county. In addition to the dales and valleys, you’ll also find The Arboretum in Derby: Britain’s first public park opened in 1840. Elvaston Castle country park was also the first of its kind to be opened in 1970, while the Peak District National Park was the first national park to be created. Here, no less than 500 square miles of glorious countryside lets you explore caves and valleys, crags and hills. Visit the unique Blue John mines at Castleton or discover Bronze Age burial sites and ancient stone circles at Arbor Low. Wherever you choose to wander, you’ll find a wealth of attractions, walks and spectacular scenery. Staying in a YHA in Derbyshire gives you the freedom to roam the county at your pleasure.
There are lots of towns and villages that simply must be visited, too: the spa town of Buxton with its annual arts festival, Matlock and Matlock Baths with their cable cars and Illumination Festival, or the pretty market town of Glossop. Throughout Derbyshire there are also plenty of independent cafés and bistros for when you’re feeling peckish, and plenty of fabulous country inns and pubs waiting as you hike from place to place. Staying in a YHA in Derbyshire is a great way to explore the county.
Staying in a YHA in Derbyshire means you’ll meet like-minded travellers in an environment that’s safe, clean and comfortable. Swap tips, share stories or simply clean your hiking equipment and unwind after a hard day’s walking. A wonderful time in a Derbyshire YHA is just waiting for you.