Hope holiday cottages in the Hope Valley, Derbyshire
Hope holiday cottages are a wonderful way of spending holidays in the Peak Districts due to the stunning natural beauty which characterises this area. It is the main village in the magnificent Hope Valley. Hope is also very close to other nice destinations in Derbyshire such as Hathersage. Walking and rambling as well as a wealth of other outdoor sports and activities are part of the attractions of staying in a holiday rental in Hope. Aside from that, remains of a Roman fort can be found in the nearby hamlet Brough-on-Noe.The village has a railway, which means it is well-connected, especially for people travelling from Sheffield to Manchester or vice-versa. Hope holiday cottages are therefore a good starting point for exploring the rest of North West England, as well as the Eastmidlands, of course.
Family holidays – interesting excursions from your Hope holiday accommodation
Aside from the usual stuff to do out in the open, the Eyam Plague Museum in the Hope Valley makes for a very interesting excursion and should be a part of any itinerary when visiting the Hope Valley. Also, there are a number of caves throughout the peak districts which kids and adults will love visiting and finding out about the region's fasciniting lead mining history. Speedwell Cavern is a strong recommendation, as you will be taken through the cave in a boat as the knowledgeable guide paints a picture of what it would have been like to work in the cave. There are plenty of other caves, each with their own hidden secrets waiting to be discovered as part of your family holiday in a Hope holiday home.