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Darwin Forest Country Park
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Two Dales

Matlock
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Darwin Forest, in the heart of the Peak District, is the perfect woodland setting for you to relax, enjoy your holiday and leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind. This David Bellamy Gold Award winning park is situated in a peaceful location between Matlock and Bakewell in the Derbyshire Dales and only 5 miles from Chatsworth House. This is an ideal spot from which to explore the moors, dales and picturesque villages and towns of the Peak District, one of the most popular National Parks in the world. The Evolution Leisure Centre includes a large indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, spa, steam room and sauna as well as massage and beauty therapy facilities. Your fully insulated pine lodge is warm and snug in winter, cool in the heat of summer and discreetly positioned within the beautiful woodland setting.

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