A superb 13th-century church, begun in 1295 by the Fitzherbert family, lords of the manor. The church has rare 1306 grisailles glass, beautifully crafted alabaster tombs of Fitzherbert lords, and a pair of Saxon cross shafts. Novelist George Eliot's grandparents are buried in the churchyard. Norbury Hollow, Norbury, Derbyshire, England, DE6 2EQ
A superb 14th-century church, known as the Cathedral of the Peak, still with its original 14th-century chancel screen. Look for the 1395 alabaster tomb of Sir Thurstan de Bower, and the Tudor brass to Bishop Purseglove, who grew wealthy helping Thomas Cromwell disband the monasteries, then served as Bishop under Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Queen Mary before losing office for refusing to accept Elizabeth I as head of the church. Commercial Street, Tideswell, Derbyshire, England, SK17 8LF
One of Derbyshire's great medieval churches, All Saints is primarily 13th century, though it stands on an earlier Saxon site. Look for a striking 12th-century carving of a pilgrim, and the alabaster effigy of Thomas Cockayne, who died in a duel in 1488. Alport Road, Youlgreave, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1WS
The Boot has been renovated and refurbished by itÂs current owners to a very high standard and now offers luxurious accommodation award winning classic and contemporary dishes and real ales including Boot Beer - which is brewed in The BootÂs own micro-brewery.