The main draw to Derbyshire is the Peak District National Park. This park was Britain's very first National Park, and was established in 1951. Stay in a Derbyshire hotel and visit the Georgian spa town of Buxton, or explore the Norman castle in Castleton. High Peak and the Tissington Trails provide excellent cycle paths along abandoned railways. Go climbing on Standage Edge, or walking along The Roaches.
East Midlands trains run regular services to Derbyshire from London, Leicester and Sheffield. Virgin operated trains running down from Scotland. National Express runs several long distance bus services through the region. The closest airport is East Midlands and there are several shuttle buses that operate routes from this airport into Derby and other centres. The M1, M6 and M62 motorways ring the district, and there are countless A-roads in Derbyshire, so driving is your best option for traveling to your Derbyshire hotel.