Here are links to some of our favourite websites to help you find out more about our local area.

Local attractions
Buxton Opera House (the famous music and opear venue, just six miles from Highfield)
Chatworth House and Park (the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire)
Alton Towers (the UK’s largest theme park)
Visit Castleston (a website about a pretty village not far from Highfield)
Arts Derbyshire (a guide to cultural goings on in the county)

We are situated at the heart of the Peak District. With amazing views and well-kept paths, this is a walker’s paradise. We can recommend good walks nearby, but if you want to find your own, take a look at some of these websites:
Walking Routes (a website about walking and trekking in the Peak District)
Limestone Way (a famous walk which passes right by Highfield)
Monsal Trail (a nearby walk following the route of a disused railway line)

Local festivals and events
While the Peak District is a quiet and unspoiled area of England, there’s also plenty going on, all year round:
Buxton Festival (annual music, opera and arts festival in Buxton)
Buxton Fringe Festival (runs at the same time as the main festival)
Buxton Gilbert and Sullivan Festival (perhaps the finest G&S festival in the world!)
Well dressings (annual festivals in many of the villages in Derbyshire)

Tripadvisor (an unbiased review of visits to the Peak District)
Cressbrook online (a local tourism website)
Peak District National Park (official website of the PDNP Authority)
Let’s stay in the Peak District (independent website about visiting the Peak District)
Visit Buxton (a website all about our nearest town and what to find there)
High Peak Borough Council (our local authority)
Le Peak District en Français (l’information pour les visiteurs Français)


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