Derbyshire
Matlock
Matlock The Essential
From the end of the 18C, modest spa facilities were available in this picturesque setting. Here, the southeast Peak District's chalky soil is cut by the River Derwent, forming a deep gorge with wooded slopes. During the Industrial Revolution, the river was harnessed to supply power to several cotton mills built along its length.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Matlock
National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum
During their hey-day in the 1920s,
Red House Stables
Red House Stables
The collection of working carriages
60 minutes
Cromford Mill
Cromford Mill
The most famous cotton mill in England,
60 minutes
Caudwell's Mill
Caudwell's Mill
This flour mill from the Victorian era
30 minutes