Where To Go Shopping

14-3-shoppingWhether it is buying presents for family and friends, or simply because of the pleasure of going shopping, the Peak District and Derbyshire offer countless varied opportunities.

Regardless of their preferences, visitors will find the finest products direct from local grocers, precious antiques, funky boutiques, markets and fairs, small shops, crafts stores and designer outlets.

East Midlands Designer Outlet

11 minutes from Alfreton train station you will find this renown designer outlet offering brands such as Nike, Clarks, French Connection, CK Jeans, Lacoste, Gap, Levis and the list goes on and on. This great place is worth spending a day at, especially for families with kids. It also features an indoor adventure playground for children over three years old. Among the restaurants and cafes, there is a good selection of kid-friendly restaurants where children can savour their favourite meals and desserts.

Alfreton Antiques Centre

Located at 11 King Street Alfreton, this shop is ideal for those enjoying to discover old little treasures. It is a two floors place with a wide variety of collectibles and antiques that can suit anyone´s pocket.

Alfreton Indoor Market

This is a different shopping option with a market plenty of small gift and specialty shops. You can expect to find practically everything here. Stalls, butchers, bakeries, fruits and veggies, nightwear, carpets, tools, toys, etc.

For more shopping options, we suggest walking along Alfreton´s High Street where most shops are based. Otherwise, the pedestrian Institute Lane, New Street, King Street and Church Lane also home some nice small shops. Such shops provide enjoyable shopping experiences while walking along the picturesque roads. And if visitors decide they need a break, they will always find a warm café or a typical pub where to drink the famous local beers.

Stay at Ainmoore, enjoy the peace of the campsite, and don’t miss the many lovely places of the area where shopping becomes part of the holiday fun.