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Deep Hayes Country Park

Large stepped spillways, sheltered woodlands, canals, marshy areas and steep cliff faces are the backdrop here. At the visitor centre where you can learn about iron smelting and brick making.


This Forestry Commission woodland is a wonderful spot in which to walk and view the impressive Staffordshire Moorlands from outcrops. It's hardly surprising that this area is known as Little Switzerland.


The most famous of the Derbyshire Dales, and possibly the most beautiful is mostly owned by the National Trust and situated in the Peak National Park. The haunt of the 16th century anglers and writers Charles Cotton and Isaac Walton, it is a very popular spot with fly fishers today. Be dwarfed by spires and crags of limestone, cross the famous stepping stones or climb Thorpe Cloud, a distinctive pointed hill.

Ilam Village

If you visit Dovedale, don't miss Ilam, where secret grottoes nest in the quiet woodland at this National Trust property, mysterious waters bubble from deep underground and the spectacular Italian Gardens wait for you to walk.

Mow Cop

A gothic folly where you'll find magnificent views over Cheshire at the centre of a network of footpaths. See the Newchapel Observatory while you are here.

Park Hall Country Park

333 acres of heath, woodland, secluded valleys and sandstone canyons. Far reaching views to the Potteries and beyond, the distant backdrop of the Welsh mountains (weather permitting). To the north you'll see the outlines of the Roaches and the Peak District.

Borough Arms Hotel
Borough Arms Hotel
Borough Arms Hotel