Set atop the rolling hills of Derbyshire's rich countryside. The Firs Club Site is immaculately presented with excellent facilities, and offers the peace and tranquillity you need to unwind, while boasting breathtaking views of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. This is a popular touring base for the Derbyshire Dales and Peak District - leisurely walks in some of the most beautiful landscapes England has to offer are just some of many tourist and leisure experiences to be had.
Whether you're looking for a long stay, a weekend break or an overnight visit, The Firs Club Site offers level pitching and a charming rural atmosphere. A pleasant half mile walk from the caravan site will lead you to the welcoming local village pub where you can relax with a pint and a hearty meal. For steam enthusiasts, The Midland Railway Centre at Butterley is not to be missed. Other nearby places of interest includes the historic town of Belper and pretty village of Matlock Bath.
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Please do not use sat nav. Fr N: leave M1 at junc 28 onto A38 (sp Derby); in 5.75m turn onto A610 (sp Ambergate); in abt 3m at T-junc turn L onto A6 (sp Belper); within 3m at Belper at Morrison's rndabt go round and retrace route sp A6 Matlock; in abt 1m turn R into Broadholme Lane (sp Nether Heage); in abt 1m at T-junc turn L into Crich Lane. Site on L in 0.25m. Fr S: leave M1 at junc 24 onto A50; in 11m turn onto A38 (sp Derby); in 5m turn L onto A6 (sp Matlock); cont on A6 thro Belper, at A517 junc bear R on A6, in 0.75m after cemetery turn R into Broadholme Lane then as above.
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