Escape to the beauty of the Derbyshire countryside at Hollytree Garden. The cosy apartment is perfect for a break, giving easy access to the Peak District National Park, Ashbourne, Alton Towers and other fantastic attractions. The nearest pub, The Rose and Crown, is only a short walk away, as is the award-winning Lighthouse Restaurant. Whether you enjoy walking, cycling or touring, you will find ample opportunities to enjoy your favourite pasttime, and with a wealth of charming towns and villages nearby - including Asbourne only seven miles away - there is an excellent choice of shops, markets, cafes and pubs to satisfy you. Available from May to the end of September for bookings.
This beautiful barn has been converted into a lovely holiday cottage, accommodating up to eight guests. With exceptional views across the Peak District countryside, this is a perfect place to relax, enjoy excellent walks or visit the attractions of the area. Wi-Fi and off road parking for four cars.
A single storey self catering cottage in the heart of the picturesque Peak District within easy reach of Bakewell, providing an ideal base for visiting the many local attractions of the area. Perfect relaxing and enjoying the peace, tranquility and views and superb walking and cycling on the doorstep. Wi-Fi and off-road parking for two cars.
Sitting at the Eastern end of Hope Valley, this cosy cottage for two is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts with superb walking, cycling and climbing in the surrounding area. Sitting right in the heart of the bustling village of Hathersage, there are a good range of shops, cafes and pubs within walking distance. An excellent base for exploring the Peak District National Park by foot or car.
Sitting in the beautiful grounds of an old vicarage, this delightful self-catering barn is located in the Derbyshire village of Youlgreave in the Peak District National Park. There are a choice of pubs within walking distance, lovely walks from the front door and a host of attractions including the nearby market town of Bakewell.
A welcoming holiday cottage for two (plus a baby) providing an ideal base for exploring the Peak District National Park. Sitting on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire borders, there are plenty of great days out (including Chatsworth House) and stunning countryside for enjoying a host of outdoor activities. Dogs welcome!
An 18th Century stable block converted into a luxurious, detached cottage surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in the Peak District National Park. Deluxe kitchen and magnificent lounge with wood burning stove. Lush peaceful dales, dramatic romantic highlands, pretty villages and many family attractions, along with shops, pubs and wonderful places to eat close-by. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
An inviting restful holiday retreat perfectly placed for exploring the Peak District National Park and its many attractions. Sitting in the quiet village of Two Dales with a pub in strolling distance, The Haven is ideal for families, friends and couples with short breaks available all year and WiFi.
Sleeping up to ten guests, this welcoming Derbyshire cottage provides a fantastic retreat for friends and families in the village of Two Dales in the Peak District National Park. Superb outdoor activities and a village pub within walking distance, as well as an abundance of attractions within easy reach.
Nestling within some of the most stunning countryside in England, this wonderful spacious yet cosy romantic retreat sits in forty eight acres of private woods and affords panoramic views over Derwent Valley. Sitting in the Derbyshire village of Derby Dale, the village pub is within walking distance and Bakewell, Matlock and Chatsworth are just ten minutes by car.
Spacious and stylish, The Cow Shed is an excellent choice for getting together with friends and family and centrally located close to Buxton in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Sleeping up to ten guests in five bedrooms, this welcoming holiday home is beautifully presented, has stunning views in every direction and a hot tub on the patio for relaxing at the end of the day. Perfectly placed, The Cow Shed is a mile from the Derbyshire village of Peak Forest with a pub for a pint or meal out. Available for weekend bookings only.
Cop Farm is a sensational property. It sleeps 14 people in five bedrooms so is ideal for gathering your friends or extended family for a special occasion or simply to catch up. The farmhouse is only a mile from the Devonshire Arms Pub in Peak Forest, and you can walk or cycle along the canal into Buxton if you want to stretch your legs. Bakewell, Chatsworth House, Blue John Cavern, and the Monsal Trail are all within easy reach to offer something fun for everyone. Available for weekend hire only.
Stylish throughout, this open-plan self-catering first floor apartment provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of the High Peaks. Sitting in the popular Derbyshire village of Castleton, you can stroll to nearby pubs and shops, enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities from the front door and visit the areas many attractions including Blue John Cavern just up the road. Short breaks and longer holidays available all year round.
A dog-friendly cottage that is perfect for families or friends in the heart of the Peak District National Park on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire borders. Plenty of outside space for relaxing and playing, superb walking amongst the White Peak and plenty of attractions (including Chatsworth House and Alton Towers) within easy driving distance.
Beech Holiday Cottage provides dog-friendly self-catering with plenty of space for six to ten guests right in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Sitting on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire borders, there are lots of great days out (including Chatsworth House and Alton Towers) and lots of outside space for those who prefer to stay put and relax.
This delightful Grade II listed stone farmhouse which can sleep up to sixteen guests is set in a pretty Peak District village of Carsington with local pub and excellent walking/cycling, along with Carsington Water on the doorstep. Within easy reach of the areas many attractions including Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Alton Towers. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Hog Cottage is located a short stroll from the heart of the Derbyshire market town of Wirksworth on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park. Offering cosy self catering holiday accommodation for four guests, the cottage is an ideal base for exploring the areas many attractions and taking advantage of the outdoor activities available in this vast outdoor playground.
Enjoying a wonderful rural position with fabulous countryside views from the patio, Foxglove Cottage is a true gem and a popular choice with couples (one or two) and families alike. Nestling amongst gorgeous countryside, the cottage is a good base for enjoying the many attractions of the Peak District National Park including its friendly towns and picturesque villages. Chatsworth House and Matlock Bath are both just fifteen minutes away by car and Ashover is less than a twenty minute walk offering a choice of pubs for a meal out. Open-fire for cosy winter breaks. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Even before Jane Austen fell in love with Chatsworth House and used it as inspiration for Pride and Prejudice, visitors have been coming to Derbyshire to enjoy the gorgeous countryside, friendly towns and charming villages. Columbine Cottage is a leisurely 15-20 minute stroll from Ashover and great pubs like Old Poets Corner and the Black Swan, and a 15-minute drive from Chatsworth, Matlock Bath and Chesterfield. It is close to the Peak District National Park and surrounded by some of the best walking paths and cycling routes in Derbyshire. With space for up to six people in three bedrooms, it is ideal for families and friends who want to explore the region. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A stone holiday home ideally located a ten minute walk from the centre of the market town of Bakewell. This small market town sits in the heart of the Peak District National Park and is ideally located for enjoying outdoor activities or visiting the many attractions of the area including nearby Chatsworth House. Hosting lots of festivals throughout the year, Bakewell is a joy to visit whatever the season.
The Peak District lies in the north of Derbyshire. Forming the southern part of The Pennines, the area is full of hills and moors. Ideal for walkers, hikers, climbers and cyclists, the area offers a range of outdoor activities for visitors. There are a variety of trails and paths for horse riders as well. For those seeking more thrilling adventures, opportunities for rock-climbing, abseiling and caving are all possible with the rocky, grit stone surfaces within the district. If you want to experience The Peak District from the air, why not jump into a cable car or try a relaxing hot-air balloon ride around the area? To experience the landscape head-on, there are all sorts of gliding adventures, from the traditional to paragliding and hang gliding - ideal for daredevils! Surrounded by nature, there are many opportunities to see all sorts of animals hidden in the hills and valleys, including birds of prey, highland cattle, sheep and woodland wildlife such as foxes.
The National Forest is another of Derbyshire’s enchanting places to visit for nature lovers. It combines ancient woodlands with new planting sites and is an on-going environmental project. At the heart of the forest is Conkers, a visitor centre which is suitable for the whole family, offering tree top adventures, nature trails and great ways to explore the area. There is also a Fairy Labyrinth for the little ones to get lost in and if you visit on a rainy day and prefer to stay indoors, there are a range of pubs, restaurants and cafés which are full of amazing local produce.
Historical sites can be found all over Derbyshire. Derwent Valley Mills, a World Heritage Site, commemorates the rise of industrialism in the county. It runs from Masson Mill in Cromford, to the Silk Mill in Derby. A great venture for fans of history and the rise of industry in Northern England. Wingfield Manor, in Alfreton, boasts of late-Gothic architecture. Its Great Hall and High Tower are wonderful sights, striking against the beautiful backdrop of the countryside. For lovers of stately homes, Lyme Park with its grand gardens is a popular attraction made famous by Pride and Prejudice and Chatsworth House is unmissable. For those looking for more ancient history, the Arbor Low Stone Circle is a great stop. The site of the stones is a magical and mysterious place which offers panoramic views of the county.
From nature to history and stately, opulent homes, Derbyshire offers a unique experience. The National Forest and The Peak District National Park offer great holidays for those wanting to embrace the natural environment and beautiful landscapes of Derbyshire. Alternatively, the city of Derby has many opportunities for those seeking the buzz of city life.