Fall for the Peak District this November
Why November is the perfect autumnal month for a holiday in the Peak District
Visit The Peak District this November
The Autumnal Equinox has been and gone, it's officially Autumn, although we can't quite bring ourselves to admit it just yet! As September comes to a close and with October still seeing many visitors to the area, we thought we would shine a light on the most overlooked Autumn months - November. Here is why the Peak District is the perfect holiday destination in late Autumn:
The crowds have thinned
Once the kids have gone back to school after the October half term, there is room to explore the Peak District National Park once more. Even the tourist honeypots have space, so it's the perfect time to discover all the area has to offer. And if it's raining? Well, that's the only excuse you need for lounging in a cosy country pub nestled up by a roaring log fire, Bliss! Check out our Autumn Adventures Blog for more inspiration
Crisp mornings, perfect for an adventure in the rolling hills of the Peak District.
Explore the autumn colours of the mighty Kinder, Chrome Hill (aka the Dragons Back), or wander beautiful Dovedale. Rest assured, wherever you go; you will be rewarded with uninterrupted views, quiet walking and cycling routes and an abundance of stunning scenery in its full autumnal glow. Check out our Six Best Views Blog for more walking inspiration
Budget Friendly Stays
From 1st November, our prices drop, so whether you are looking for a large house for a family reunion, or a rural idyll to hole up in and relax, our venues are much easier on the wallet. Many are dog friendly and cycle-friendly, and our 'Cosy for Two' offer on our small holiday cottages are perfect for couples looking for a romantic break away in a Peak District.
Published on October 20, 2021 in