Limo Hire Derby - Explore Derbyshire
Derby is a gateway to beautiful countryside and Derbyshire provides a wonderful day away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Venture beyond the city in the luxury of Limo Hire Derby and we will spoil you in unspoiled countryside. Derbyshire is a nature lover's dream with something for everyone, from relaxing in the numerous parks and woodland areas, to walking up hills in the Derbyshire Dales, or strolling around a number of stately homes or attractions.
Chatsworth House is one Britain's best loved historic houses and estates in Bakewell in Derbyshire. The home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire's Peak District, offering you opportunity to enjoy famous art, spectacular fountains in the gardens and many miles of romantic or relaxing walks in and around the grounds. Some thing for the children at Chatsworth is a working farm where produce from the farm is sold in the Farm Shop as well as a superb outdoor play area both of which will keep the children entertained for hours whilst you enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Nearby there are a number of public houses and inns offering good beer and traditional homemade food. Feel like a Duke or Duchess and travel to this historic house in a stretched Hummer, stretched Chrysler C300 (a.k.a Baby Bentley) or a Lincoln Town Car. Whatever your choice it will be a spectacular experience being driven through breathtaking countryside to Chatsworth House.
Calke Abbey at Ticknall south of Derby city was built in 1704 and its country house contains a history collection of the Harpur Crewe family. Entering this country estate you will be entering a world where time has stood still. The interior has remained unchanged since the 1880's famous
The Museum of Childhood at Sudbury Hall, just 25 minutes west of Derby city centre has just had a £2.2 million transformation. Pink limo hire derby will take you to the museum where you can enjoy the learning the fascinating history of childhood of the past 200 years. There are eight themed galleries from childhood adventure to childhood employment. Sudbury Hall is a grand 17th century family home which also worth a visit if you are interested in English heritage.
You could travel to the heart of the Derbyshire Dales with in a H2 Hummer with Limo Hire Derby and spend the day in the village of Matlock Bath, about 15 miles out of Derby City. The sights and smells of Matlock, is like visiting a British seaside without the sea or the sand but instead beautiful landscapes. Experience the Heights of Abraham, one of the Peak Districts most popular days out offering something for everyone. We will drop you off at the cable car base station, and then you could enjoy a cable car ride over the stunning views over the hilltops of Derwent Valley, taking you to explore the great Masson Cavern, the amphitheatre and Victoria prospect tower. You could enjoy a woodland walk back down or have a cable car ride again. After you have finished exploring the Heights of Abraham, you will enjoy strolling around Matlock and this is where you can enjoy some traditional British unhealthy delights, such as fish and chips, candyfloss or hot doughnuts. If you prefer something a little healthier there are a number of restaurants, cafes and public houses offering traditional homemade food.
There really are so many interesting and exciting places in Derbyshire to enjoy. Some other museums, historic houses and heritage sites you could visit include Heage Windmill in Belper, Peveril Castle in Castleton, National stone centre in Wirkworth, Caudwell's Mill in Rowsley, Hardwick Hall and Stainsby Mill in Harwick or Kedleston Hall in Kedleston. Whatever your reason for a Derbyshire day, Limo Hire Derby will make it special and we will make sure you visit all your destinations of interest whilst travelling in style and luxury.