Derbyshire is situated to the north east of the midlands of England. A large proportion of the County lies within the Peak District National Park.
The scenery is varied, both dramatic and gentle, with the Pennine Hills and part of the National Forest within the County.
The Derbyshire Dales are renowned for their beauty, lovely river valleys and fascinating caves, which were worked by the Romans for lead - today some are still quarried for limestone.
The County town is Derby, which only gained city status in 1977, but has a long and interesting history. There are many interesting attractions and good shopping facilities in the city.
Overlooking the town of Matlock, the Duke of Wellington is a destination site catering for all aspects of the community, from families through to the retired pensioners. Situated on the edge of the Peak District, the site benefits from a strong seasonal trade as well as a strong local trade.
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The Old Black Horse has a huge pool of existing and potential customers and an existing excellent reputation for food, quality and service. In warmer months the potential of this pub extends outside with a lovely garden area, perfect for an after work drink and summer BBQs. Smokers are catered for all year round with a large shelter situated in the garden area. The Sunday Carvery is so popular people have to book weeks in advance to get a table.
Situated in the centre of Matlock, a traditional tourist destination on the edge of the Peak District. The Railway is opposite the main shopping parade and next to other key retail premises. The site is a Chameleon type operation able to offer lunchtime food and catering for the shoppers changing in the evening and weekends into a more lively venue.