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Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Peak District National Park in Derbyshire, Bakewell is a charming market town that beckons with its timeless appeal. Renowned for its delectable Bakewell Pudding, this town offers a delightful blend of natural beauty and cultural treasures. Explore the scenic countryside by embarking on walks along the River Wye or taking in the stunning vistas at Monsal Head. Chatsworth House, a magnificent stately home and estate, is just a stone's throw away, showcasing grand architecture, beautiful gardens, and an impressive art collection. Bakewell's weekly market, held in the historic town centre, is a hub of activity, offering locally crafted goods and delicious treats. Its charming streets are lined with independent shops, tea rooms, and pubs, inviting you to soak in the atmosphere. If you fancy a break from the ordinary search our Bakewell cottages today.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Bakewell

This picturesque market town is situated in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Here are the top five things to see and do:

  1. Bakewell Pudding: Taste the famous Bakewell Pudding, a delightful dessert made with flaky pastry, jam, and almond filling. Visit the original shop where it was first made, the Bakewell Pudding Shop, and savour this local delicacy.

  2. Chatsworth House: Explore the magnificent Chatsworth House, one of England's most impressive stately homes. Admire the grand architecture, explore the lavish interiors, and wander through the beautiful gardens, which include a maze and a spectacular water cascade.

  3. Monsal Trail: Take a walk or hire a bike to experience the scenic Monsal Trail. This former railway line offers stunning views of the Peak District countryside, passing through picturesque old railway tunnels and viaducts.

  4. Bakewell Farmers' Market: If you're visiting on a market day (usually held on the last Saturday of the month), don't miss the Bakewell Farmers' Market. Browse local produce, artisan crafts, and delicious treats.

  5. Haddon Hall: Visit Haddon Hall, a medieval manor house located a short drive from Bakewell. The well-preserved interior and stunning gardens make it a must-see historical attraction.

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