Derbyshire has over 40 million tourist visitors per year. The tourism industry annually contributes more than £2.15 billion to the local economy, and employs over 28,000 people.
Our county is synonymous with breathtaking natural beauty. The Peak District National Park and the National Forest attract millions of tourists each year, along with iconic heritage assets including Chatsworth House.
Peak Resort located in the Chesterfield and M1 corridor area is a flagship leisure, health, sport and education resort being developed in 300 acres of forest land in Derbyshire’s great outdoors.
The £50m redevelopment of the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent will create a five-star luxury spa hotel. The hotel, operated by Danubius, will create 140 jobs and boost the local economy by £4.5m. The development will change the landscape in Buxton, bringing future investment opportunities to the town and surrounding area.
To find out more about the tourism in Derbyshire visit Marketing Peak District and Derbyshire