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Attractions near Oakford Cottage
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

Crich Tramway Village (1 Mile)*
Ride through history on Vintage Trams from all over the world. They run every few minutes to take you through a Period Street, beneath the elegant Bowe-Lyon Bridge, and on to open countryside with views that take your breath away.
Lea Gardens (1 Mile)*
Lea Gardens, which have been established for 45 years, contain a unique collection of highly acclaimed rhododendrons, azaleas kalmias and other plants collected from the far corners of the world.
Gullivers Kingdom Matlock Bath (3 Miles)*
From the moment you enter Gulliver's you enter another world where your imagination can roam free. Gulliver's Matlock Bath is nestled in a stunning hillside location where much of the magic comes from the amazing scenery and views.
Wirksworth Heritage Centre (3 Miles)*
The Story of Wirksworth encompasses the history of the town from prehistoric times to the modern day.
Heights of Abraham Cable Cars Caverns and Country Park (3 Miles)*
Welcome to the Peak District's oldest and one of the areas most popular days out, an attraction where stunning natural beauty is matched by human achievement and the historic blends seamlessly with the futuristic.
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum (5 Miles)*
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum has one of the finest collections of original horse drawn vehicles and equipment in Britain.
Haddon Hall (9 Miles)*
Haddon Hall - the Derbyshire Home of the Duke of Rutland, has belonged to the family since the late 16th century.
High Peak Trail & Cromford Canal (9 Miles)*
The High Peak Trail is a 17.5 miles traffic free trail across the White Peak for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.
Kedleston Hall (9 Miles)*
Fans of 18th century architect, Robert Adam, are in for a treat at Kedleston Hall. The interior designs of this Palladian mansion have some of the best examples of Adam's work.
Hardwick Hall (9 Miles)*
One of the most splendid houses in England. Built by Bess of Hardwick in the 1590s, and unaltered since: yet its huge windows and high ceilings make it feel strikingly modern.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Oakford Cottage
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

Highpeak Junction (1 Mile)*
High Peak Junction is the start of the High Peak Trail, which follows the track of the former Cromford and High Peak Railway. Built in 1830, it was one of the earliest railways in the world and was designed on canal principles.
Crich (1 Mile)*
Whatstandwell (2 Miles)*
Matlock Bath (2 Miles)*
Matlock Bath enjoys a dramatic location in the deep gorge of the River Derwent. It has been a tourist resort since 1689 when warm springs, at a constant temperature of 68 degrees F, were discovered. Few people take the waterers today
Alderwasley (2 Miles)*
Alderwasley is a very small village just a mile from the Derwent valley Heritage Site. There are lots of walks and fantastic views from the hill tops. There is one pub with real ale and food in the village and three more locally at Belper
Cromford (2 Miles)*
Cromford is Richard Arkwright's town. He was the great pioneer of the modern factory system, using water power to drive production machinery for the first time and revolutionising the textile industry.
Wirksworth (3 Miles)*
Tansley (3 Miles)*
Tansley is in Derbyshire, 1.5 miles east of Matlock, in the south-east of the Peak District, just outside the Peak District National Park in the centre of England. The village has one shop (for sale), a primary school, an Anglican church,a
Matlock (3 Miles)*
Matlock is on the River Derwent, at the eastern edge of the Derbyshire Peak District and at the southern end of the Peak National Park. The coming of the railways transformed Matlock from a small hamlet whose main occupations were farming
Matlock Bank (3 Miles)*
Matlock Bank is the name given to the steep hillside to the east of the River Derwent, where Bank Road rises steeply from Crown Square in the centre of Matlock. This was once the site of the steepest tramway in the world.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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