is a long established residential park set on the edge of the Peak District with the benefit of a full 12 months residential license. The pace of life at Brookfield is perfect for the retired or semi retired. However, if you want a change from the peaceful setting of this park, the numerous National Trust properties mean that you are never short of experiencing all that Derbyshire has to offer.
Set in the heart of the Peak District, to explore and the quaint villages to visit, Old Tupton is perfectly located for relaxation. Only 6 miles from the M1 and 1 mile from the picturesque, 14th century village of Ashover, Old Tupton is placed ideally for all transport networks and yet hidden away in the beautiful Amber Valley.
The Peak District National Park is the UK’s original national park. It is a treasured landscape of exceptional natural beauty shaped by the interaction of people and nature over thousands of years. Lying at the heart of the country, surrounded by urban areas, it is easily accessed by the 16 million people living within an hour’s drive.
The Peak District National Park is distinct from the surrounding lowlands and its three main landscapes, the Dark Peak, White Peak and South West Peak, each have their own character and sense of place. Over a third of the area is protected for nature conservation and the mosaic of landscapes support an abundance of plants and animals. People have lived here for over 10,000 years shaping the landscape and leaving a wealth of cultural history. It remains a lived-in landscape where industrial features make up one of the many layers of the landscape.