Peak District Online Promote Parwich, a Pear Shaped Peach of a Place, Sheltered Below Dramatic Drops and Colossal Cliffs

As a new page is added to the ever expanding website dedicated to Derbyshire, the team at Peak District Online prove that Parwich is a great place to spend a holiday. If it's good enough for the BBC, then it's certainly a privilege for PDO to promote it too, they say.

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Parwich Wildlife

It's a perfectly peaceful place and certainly off the beaten track for those who want a rural Peak District holiday away from it all

Peak District, UK, 11th January 2013 (PRWEB UK) 11 January 2013

The team at Peak District Online have made it their mission over the years to be the best in the business in bringing up-to-date news, articles and relevant information about each area of Derbyshire. With new pages added on a daily basis, Parwich gets a modern makeover, replacing older text and updating its audience with the latest village gossip.

"A warm welcome is guaranteed for any visitor to Parwich," explains Steve Wake, the photographer in charge of the Peak District village section of the website and one of the directors for the family run company http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk. "It's a perfectly peaceful place and certainly off the beaten track for those who want a rural Peak District holiday away from it all."

Looked over protectively by the magnificent limestone outcrops, which rise to over 1000 feet, the 500 inhabitants of Parwich are cosily sheltered in houses made of the same stone, standing around the open green with a stream running through it, trickling down from the churchyard.

"It's a chocolate box village with a little church and a pub, which welcomes walkers and tourists, as well as the BBC," continues Steve. "There was once an independent village shop but unfortunately, in recent hard times, it was forced to close, so the villagers opened up another one." He goes on to say, "The BBC arrived last year with the producers and presenters of Countryfile and featured the shop on their program because of its new, unique location."

In an item aptly labelled item called 'Pub in the Hub,' the village shop owner is also the local landlady of The Sycamore Inn, where the new shop resides.

"Parwich is a couple of miles away from the nearest main road and we think it's fantastic that the villagers strive so hard to preserve their community and look after each other," says James Dobson, director for the winning website Peak District Online. As the UK's largest Peak District guide for holiday accommodation, the team at the company are all passionate about any parts of the Peak District, having lived and worked in this area for most of their lives.

"Not only do we delve into the secrets and grab all the bits of juicy information we can pass on to any holidaymaker visiting the area, we also have our ears to the ground and keep in close contact with our huge directory of holiday accommodation owners," says James." We have a brand-new section dedicated to informing our readers of up-to-date Peak District cottage last minute deals. But you'd better be quick," he urges." They get snapped up extremely quickly, especially in the Parwich area."

With delightful Dovedale just on the doorstep, and Ashbourne just 7 miles away, Parwich is a combination of a great place to stay, to walk, to enjoy open spaces and is also home to a little bit of peace and quiet, but also a fantastic base to explore the rest of the Peak District according to PDO.

The team of Peak District Online say this is just one little gem of a village in the Ashbourne area that they've discovered, but there are several more to see on their new pages dedicated to the larger Peak District villages.

See the brand-new page is all about Parwich and other villages as they launched regularly at http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk. Learn about the history and the inhabitants of Parwich and why not keep an eye on their Peak District accommodation last minute deals to grab a bargain?


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