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Peak District Tour

9 September 2022 - 12 September 2022

for the 20-Ghost Club

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Discover a region of contrasting natural beauty, with moors and dales, rivers, springs and caverns in the Peak District National Park. The area is known and loved by many for its breath-taking views, bustling market towns and pretty villages, historic houses, famous attractions and traditional events, such as the unique Derbyshire custom of Well Dressing.

From the high, moorland plateaus in the north, to the steep-sided, deep dales and rolling green hills in the south of the area, the Peak District has just about any landscape you can imagine in Britain, making it one of the finest areas in the country to explore.

As well as opportunities to enjoy the stunning landscapes, the tour will also visit some of the famous, historic villages that line the valleys of the Peak District.

This tour is exclusively for members of the 20-Ghost Club.

Highlights of the Peak District

  • Explore the beautiful Peak District
  • Stay in a fabulous country house hotel
  • Visit the renowned Chatsworth House & Estate
  • Visit stately & historic houses such as Haddon Hall
  • Indulge in some Bakewell Pudding & see the original pudding shop
  • Drive the famed roads of Winnats Pass, Snake Pass, Woodhead Pass, Cat & Fiddle Pass & other great driving roads
  • Learn about the plague village of Eyam
  • Head underground in a boat at Speedwell Cavern
  • See the unique Blue John Cavern
  • Discover the lovely spa town of Buxton
  • See the famous dams of the Upper Derwent Valley
  • Cultural delights such as historic castles & churches, ancient towns & villages, & fascinating museums
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Price: from £1,100 per person
Classic Room: £1,100 per person ONE ROOM REMAINING
Superior Room: £1,240 per person LIMITED PLACES
Junior Suite: £SOLD OUT
Redesdale Suite: £SOLD OUT
*Based on two people sharing a room

Starts: 9 September 2022
Duration: 3 nights
Mileage: 200 miles


May be subject to change.

Day 1: 9 September 2022 18 miles

Start the journey to the hotel in the southern Peak District with a visit to Haddon Hall, a medieval and Tudor manor house gem with a fine medieval kitchen and Elizabethan long gallery. This is the start point of the tour and we have a private visit booked for the group.

Then drive through the gorgeous Chatsworth Estate and see the sensational Chatsworth House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and home of the Cavendish family since the 1550s.

Arrive at The Cavendish Hotel in Baslow – your luxury home for the next three nights. There will be welcome drinks followed by an excellent dinner.

Day 2: 10 September 2022 59 miles

Spend the day touring the western part of the Peak District, starting with a visit to Bakewell, famed for the unique and eponymous pudding. Idyllically situated on the banks of the river Wye, the biggest town in the Peak District National Park’s mellow stone buildings, medieval five-arched stone bridge and quaint courtyards are a magnet for painters, photographers and sightseers alike.

Continue to picturesque Ashford, with its much-photographed medieval Sheepwash Bridge, and then past Buxton and over the famed Cat & Fiddle Pass. Then loop north and drive back to Buxton, the spa town famed for its beautiful Georgian and Victorian architecture.

The route then winds back to Eyam, renowned as the Plague Village, and learn more about the story at the museum. It’s then a short drive back to the hotel for dinner.

Day 3: 11 September 2022 87 miles

Explore the northern part of the Peak District with a lovely drive up to Castleton. Visit the Norman ruins of Peveril Castle, or the show caverns such as the famous Blue John Cavern, where the semi-precious stone Blue John is found – the only place in the world, or Speedwell Cavern, where there are underground boat trips.

Drive through the gorge of Winnats Pass and past Mam Tor, one of the highest peaks in the area at 517m, to Edale, then loop round to the pretty village of Hope.

Drive across Snake Pass, visiting the Derwent Dam, and admire the fabulous scenery. From Glossop head back across the Woodhead Pass and then back down to Hope. Drive down the Hope Valley to Hathersage and back to Baslow.

Day 4: 12 September 2022 32 miles

Depart for home after a hearty, full English breakfast. Start your journey with a visit to the pretty estate village of Pilsley before enjoying a scenic drive around the southern Peak District, including Ashford in the Water and Tissington.


Located on the Chatsworth House Estate, in the small town of Baslow, The Cavendish Hotel restaurant offers locally sourced food. The excellent restaurant has won an AA two Rosette Award.

The Cavendish Hotel, originally the famous Peacock, is steeped in history, with perfect views and peaceful surroundings. Throughout the hotel you will find open fires, oak beams, antique furnishings, fresh flowers and friendly staff on hand to make your experience enjoyable.

Indulge in beautiful, well-appointed rooms with a view. All are luxuriously appointed & come with all the features you would expect – crisp linen, fluffy towels & robes – all the little touches that make the difference. Rooms have twin or double beds, private bathrooms with bath & shower. The rooms in the Devonshire Wing have been recently refurbished, under the direction of The Duke of Devonshire.


The Peak District Tour is open to members of the 20-Ghost Club. However, the most important requirement is that you take pleasure in motoring through fabulous scenery, deserving of the vehicles we love, relish character hotels and enjoy the company of like-minded travellers and 20-Ghost Club Members.

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