Peak District tops the best places to visit in the UK during springtime

The Peak District offers the most beautiful locations in the country to enjoy spring scenes such as newborn lambs, flourishing trees and colourful flowers.

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Holiday marketplace Snaptrip shares its roundup of the best hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Why not book a cottage nearby?

Heather season starts at the beginning of summer when the purple moorland will be contrasted by the grey millstone outcrops.. Paths on Over Owler Tor have a slight gradient.
Home to Englands oldest attraction, Mother Shiptons Cave, visitors wont be stuck for things to do. Explore the 12th century castle ruins or walk alongside the River Nidd.
This is a must for flower lovers. Every spring there is a carpet of yellow daffodils covering the fields of Bodnant Gardens.
This stunning island is famous for its red squirrels, wildlife and Scouting. Camp under the stars in a rustic treehouse or kick off your shoes in a Victorian lodge.
This 25-mile lake is the longest of its kind in Scotland. At one end of the lake is the village of Loch Awe which has a chapel, railway station and pier.