The Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park is the perfect place if you are looking for some peace and relaxation, adventure and fun or an excellent base to explore Derbyshire, Ashbourne Heights. The holiday park is nestled in the countryside and commands breathtaking views of the Peak District National Park from its elevated position, the holiday park is perfectly situated offering a great place for the whole family and a base to explore the countless attractions of both Derbyshire and Staffordshire. Some of the local attractions in the area include Carsington Water, Chatsworth House, and Alton Towers that sit only 13 miles away. The Tissington Trail is a former railway line located between Ashbourne and Buxton and runs alongside the park making it a good base for cyclists and walkers. There is also direct access to The Tissington Trail located at the entrance to the park.
After a day of exploring the area, you can head back to the holiday park and make the most of the amenities at the park, to include the heated indoor swimming pool, children’s outdoor adventure play area, laundrette, and a shop for all those daily essentials. Other amenities at the Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park include the rally room with television, wifi access, picnic area, direct access to the Tissington Trail, dog walks, and licensed shop/launderette. You'll want to note that the indoor heated pool at the holiday park is open daily between 10 am to 5 pm from March to October. Also, wifi access may be limited at times due to the park's location. All other facilities at the holiday park are available for all dates, charges may apply.
Derbyshire has plenty of things to do. The Heights of Abraham which first opened in the 1780s is just one of the historic site you might visit and has long stood as a popular attraction in Derbyshire. You can take a ride up in a cable car and see the Derwent Valley and at the nearby Peak District with scenic views like you’ve never seen before, as you prepare to explore this area that is rich in mining history. You'll enjoy guided tours of two deep caverns, with tunnels that wind underground and take you back more than 350 million years. The Rutland Cavern is fun to experience a day in the life of a 17th-century mining family and relive the perils, and thrills of working in the mines.
Gulliver’s Kingdom is the perfect place to enjoy a family day in Derbyshire, with plenty of attractions and rides for all ages. There are Ferris wheels and carousels, log flume rides and roller coasters, with no shortage of attractions. You can visit the stagecoach saloon or the animal barn in Western World, and learn about some of the prehistoric life at the Dinosaur Kingdom. You might try relaxing on the grounds of the Chatsworth House or enjoy the Matlock Bath which is home to the Heights of Abraham. This region has something for all ages and you'll have trouble choosing just a few things to do.
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