Peak District Online Celebrate the Success of Their Latest Page Dedicated to the Wondrous Beauty of a Fairy Glen with a Raging Torrent in Its Midst, Padley Gorge

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Peak District, UK (PRWEB UK) 27 November 2012

What started out as a small family run business is now a monster of a website which attracts over 200,000 unique visitors each month.

http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk is the largest Peak District guide for holiday accommodation anywhere in the UK and the team at PDO surprise even themselves when they research and discover new places for their readers to visit.

“Our website is designed for holiday accommodation owners to share their own websites, so visitors to our site have all they need at the click of a mouse,” explains James Dobson, director for Peak District Online.” We have thousands of options for our readers to look through, all in one convenient place, but we don’t stop there. Our long term aim is to cover as many places there are names for, throughout Derbyshire. We research and explore interesting activities for holidaymakers to partake in, as well as providing backgrounds, guides and useful information, which sometimes isn’t so accessible for visitors once the holiday actually begins.”

With a whole host of pages dedicated to all that is Peak District, the team at PDO are very proud to announce the release of yet another informative and interesting new page, Padley Gorge, an area of myth and magic, providing visitors to the Peak District with all they need to know about the area they have chosen to spend their holiday.

“Padley is a must see place to go if you are staying in this part of the Peak District,” says Steve Wake, fellow director for PDO.” It is a fairy Glen of a place, with moss covered tree roots creating hiding places for imaginary folk.” It certainly seems to have stirred the imagination of the writers and researchers as the new page is launched, including some stunning photographs taken by Steve himself.

“It is a really wonderful place for dog owners to be able to let dogs off their lead without fear of upsetting wildlife, but a great place for children of all ages. With the gently trickling Burbage Brook at the top of the gorge, which can be a wonderful place in the summer for the children to paddle in a safe environment, but with the recent rain we have been having running down the hills, when the Brook reaches the gorge, it is a raging torrent at the moment and certainly a spectacular sight to see and one not to be missed.” He goes on to say, “Where to go and what to see whilst on holiday is one of the most important parts of having a break. This is just one of our brand-new pages dedicated to what to see and where to go around the Peak District.

The team at Peak District Online pride themselves on a winning website which has brand new pages added on a weekly basis.

“It’s been really fun finding out about Padley Gorge,” continues James. “I’ve been living here most of my life and I have to say even I haven’t heard of some of the places we feature until now. They are a great place to find for providing an adventure for the children, but also a spectacular memory to be made as an integral part of the holiday.”

Lots of sights and scenery are totally free to explore and are hidden in all parts of the Dales but Peak District Online explain where to find them. The spectacular Padley Gorge is certainly a great way to take shelter from the rain under the canopy of the trees.

See the new pages added to the Peak District’s favourite online holiday accommodation directory every week and the team encourage all visitors to sign up for the newsletter to be kept informed of any relevant information and news regarding their holiday destination or perhaps a future holiday home.







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