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Travelodge Hotels


Peak District Travelodge Hotels

The beautiful county of Derbyshire makes up the vast majority of the stunning Peak District National Park. The Travelodge hotels in the Peak District provide everything you need for a comfortable night's sleep. Travelodge is a popular UK budget hotel group and has been providing great value hotel rooms since 1985. Now, there are over 3,500 rooms in city centres, next to major routes, at the seaside and airports, and in some charming countryside locations. This means there is always one near to where you want to stay. Every room has: good-sized bed with cosy duvet, en-suite bathroom, remote control colour TV, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Travelodge hotels also have family rooms and rooms with accessible facilities, 24 hour reception, fast check-in with no need to check out, and drinks and snacks vending. See the latest offers for accommodation in the Peak District.
Peak District Hotels

Just You


Peak District Single Holidays

The Lake District National Park is perfect for walking, hiking and trekking providing you have good weather and keep to the official footpaths and routes which are clearly signposted. If you intend to walk alone (not recommended) tell someone where you are going and your expected time of arrival or return. There are many organised walks with experienced guides and your hotel or tourist office should be able to give you this information. Just You is the UK's leading provider of travel and holidays for single travellers to the Peak District. They offer wonderful escorted tours in more than 40 countries, and are part of the Page & Moy Travel Group, a trusted and respected tour operator with over 50 years' experience. Just You holidays are not just for single people, they're for anyone who wants to travel solo and have the opportunity to visit a new destination in good company.
Single Traveller Holidays

Britannia Hotels in the Peak District


Britannia Hotels in the Peak District

Buxton developed as a spa town because of its geothermal spring which rises at a constant temperature of 28 °C. It was settled by the Romans around AD 78, when it was known as Aquae Arnemetiae, or the spa of the goddess of the grove. Bess of Hardwick and her husband the Earl of Shrewsbury, "took the waters" in 1569, and brought Mary, Queen of Scots, there in 1573. Britannia Hotels offer value for money, fine dining and comfortable high quality accommodation in Buxton in the Peak District, and are popular with both business and leisure guests. Britannia Hotels can be found in prime locations throughout the UK with many near major airports, in delightful seaside resorts or surrounded by stunning countryside. Hotel facilities include a choice of restaurants, health clubs, nightclubs, bars and free wireless internet access. Book online for the best deals and the latest special offers.
Hotels in the Peak District

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