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 stylish well presented self-catering apartment in the highly desirable picturesque Derbyshire village of Castleton in the very heart of the Peak District National Park. Famed for its caves, the surrounding area is a stunning playground for a host of outdoor adventures including wonderful walking, cycling, hiking and caving. Short breaks offered all year round and a good range of pubs, shops and tea rooms on the doorstep. One dog welcome (please enquire with the owner should you wish to bring more).
If you are looking for a Peak District cottage with added "wow" factor, you will love Ashford Mill. Ashford Mill can accommodate up to eight adults in three bedrooms (plus a sofa bed), with a layout that is as good for families as it is for friends, or even couples who appreciate peace and privacy. The house sits beside the River Wye on a quiet lane in the charming village of Ashford in the Water, within a few minutes walk of the Ashford Arms and the Bulls Head. Bakewell is less than two miles away, while Buxton and Chatsworth House are around 10 miles. With Monsal Head, the Monsal Trail and numerous footpaths and cycling paths to explore, its location is perfect for exploring the Peak District National Park.
With a romantic four-poster double bedroom, use of an indoor heated swimming pool, enclosed patio for alfresco dining and log burner for cosy winter breaks, this welcoming dog-friendly holiday cottage has all year round appeal. Sitting in the lovely little hamlet of Bradbourne on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park, Dumble Cottage is a great base for exploring the areas many attractions. The market town of Ashbourne and pretty villages of Tissington and Brassington are close by, and Carsington Water Reservoir is just a mile away offering great water sports, walking and cycling. Guests can enjoy easy access onto Tissington and High Peak Trails, and a pub for meals out within a mile walk away.
With two en-suite flexible bedrooms, a log burner and an indoor heated swimming pool, Wood Shed Cottage is perfect for families or couples (one or two) who want to relax and unwind in the glorious scenery of the Peak District National Park. Nestling in the picturesque Derbyshire hamlet of Bradbourne close to the market town of Ashbourne and just a mile from Carsington Water, there are an abundance of attractions close by, as well as the Tissington and High Peak Trails for walking and cycling. Family friendly pub serving food just a mile's walk away for meals out.
A charming Grade II listed stone holiday cottage sitting in the pretty Peak District village of Carsington with local pub and excellent walking and cycling. Perfect for couples wanting to escape the pressures of every day life. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Sitting in a quiet lane near the church in Great Longstone, Top Shippon is a fantastic find. This gorgeous property sleeps up to six guests in a former barn that has been expertly converted to provide a superior standard of accommodation. Two excellent pubs, The Crispin and The White Lion, are less than five minutes' walk from the front door, while Bakewell is a three-mile drive, walk or cycle away. Explore Buxton, be awed by Chatsworth House, challenge yourself on the Monsal Trail and marvel at the natural beauty of the Peak District National Park. Top Shippon is at the heart of it all, providing a welcoming cocoon of comfort to which to return at the end of a fun-filled day.
Whatever the season, whatever the reason, escape to the beauty of the Bakewell and the Peak District National Park. Riverside Cottages are the ideal place for visitors who appreciate top quality delivered without fuss. The cottages, which are beside the River Wye and only a few minutes' walk to the centre of Bakewell, date from the 18th Century and have been carefully and exquisitely restored and updated for today's guests. Whether you book all three for a special get together with your extended family or just want a place to stay that is convenient to Peak District sights like Buxton and Chatsworth House, Riverside Cottages are perfect.
Located on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire borders, Tissington Static Caravan provides affordable family-friendly self-catering on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Enjoy excellent on-site facilities (indoor pool, restaurant, play areas and fishing pond); easy access onto the Tissington Trail for walking and cycling and lots of attractions for day trips out including Alton Towers.
Fairfield House has the space and location to make your holiday in the Peak District National Park a joy whether there are two or ten of you. The luxuriously comfortable house is in a quiet residential area between Bakewell and Ashford on the Water, being easily accessible to both on foot, car or bicycle. A short walk across the fields takes you to Ashford where there are two excellent pubs - The Bulls Head and the Ashford Arms, while Bakewell is an easy 20-minute walk or 5-minute drive and offers even more choice of cafes, restaurants and shops. With top Peak District National Park attractions like Chatsworth House, Hatton House and the Monsal Trail all virtually on the doorstep, Fairfield House is the perfect place for your self-catering holiday.
You would normally expect to have to sacrifice the convenience of staying in town if you have a large party or want a peaceful location, which is why The Barns is such a fantastic find! Expertly converted from two derelict farm buildings less than a five-minute walk from the centre of Bakewell, it is a luxurious property that sleeps up to ten guests in five bedrooms. In addition to a large garden and a private spot off a quiet lane, The Barns also has off-street parking for three cars which is exceedingly rare in a town as popular as Bakewell. All of Bakewell's shops, pubs, restaurants and history are on the doorstep, with places like Ashford in the Water, Buxton and Matlock being not much further. You can walk or cycle the Monsal Trail, imagine yourself as lord or lady of the manor at Chatsworth House, or simply lace up your boots and head off for a day of walking the beautiful countryside in the Peak District National Park.
A fabulous large dog-friendly holiday cottage for eight guests in the small peaceful Derbyshire hamlet of Bradbourne on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park. The market town of Ashbourne is close by, Carsington Water is just a mile away (as is a good local family eating pub!) and you can walk to Tissington and Brassington, possibly the Derbyshire Dales prettiest villages. Superb walking, cycling and horse riding with access onto the Tissington and High Peak Trails and an abundance of attractions within easy reach. All year round appeal with the use of a fabulous indoor heated swimming pool, log burner and stunning views.
A welcoming holiday cottage sitting in the Cheshire village of North Rode just a five minute drive from the Peak District National Park and within easy reach of Alton Towers, Chatsworth House, the cities of Chester, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent and a host of other attractions. Lovely walks from the front door.
Burrs Farm is the perfect place to get your family and friends together to celebrate a special occasion or just relax and catch up. The house sits on three private acres at the end of a mile-long track, so there are no worries about keeping the neighbours up if your family can get a little noisy when they get together. Despite its secluded feel, it's only a ten-minute walk from Chelmorton and the Church Inn pub, and a five-minute drive from the award-winning Royal Oak. Bakewell, Buxton and Chatsworth House are all close by, and there are countless miles of walking and mountain bike paths, including the Monsal Trail, virtually on the doorstep. With seven bedrooms sleeping up to 20 guests, three living areas, a huge country kitchen and lots of flat fields and gardens in which to play, you can spend time with your favourite people and still enjoy your own space.
Tucked away on a quiet lane in a peaceful village The Stocking Mill is a hidden gem sleeping up to four adults in two bedrooms. The cottage is in Ashford in the Water which, despite its compact size has two great pubs (The Bulls Head and the Ashford Arms) and excellent cafe (The Aisseford Tea Rooms), a Grade II listed bridge and a beautiful river. Bakewell is a gentle walk or bike ride away, and Buxton isn't much further. The Georgian cottage has been skilfully restored to incorporate luxurious modern touches without losing its original charm. With fantastic attractions like Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the Monsal Trail and Thornbridge Brewery nearby, and a wealth of excellent walking trails and cycle paths leading from the village, it's no wonder it is so popular with couples who want a romantic escape in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
Pack up the kids, the grandparents and the dogs and head to Lambton Cottage in Bakewell. This fantastic holiday property easily sleeps up to ten guests in five bedrooms, making it perfect for groups who want to holiday in the Peak District National Park. It is in within walking distance of excellent pubs and restaurants like The Manners and Juniper, but the kitchen is so spacious and well-equipped that self-catering is never a chore. With Buxton, Chatsworth House, the Monsal Trail and Thornbridge Brewery all nearby, and a wealth of wonderful footpaths and cycling trails leading virtually from the front door, there is every reason to love your stay at Lambton Cottage.
If you're after a comfortable cottage that's rural without being isolated, look no further than No 1 Church View. It is in the charming village of Taddington, just a five-minute walk from The Queens Head pub and a short drive to both Buxton and Bakewell. Attractions like The Monsal Trail, Chatsworth House and Park, Haddon Hall and the Thornbridge Brewery are within easy reach, and there are a wealth of walking and cycling trails nearby. With space for up to six guests in three rooms, it is the ideal choice for couples, families and groups of friends who want to stay in a top-quality home-away-from-home that is luxurious enough to feel unique yet with an easy charm that lets you relax.
Tweedle Dee Cottage is a romantic couple’s retreat where you can wake up in a hand-carved four poster bed made up with sumptuous Egyptian cotton sheets, and wrap yourself in a plush bathrobe and relax in front of the wood burner with a glass of wine after a day’s fun and exploration. The cottage is in on a quiet road in Youlgreave, an exceptionally pretty village with three good pubs and a general store all within walking distance. With prime Peak District attractions like Bakewell, Chatsworth House, Eyam and Haddon Hall nearby, as well as fantastic walks and mountain biking trails leading from the village, it is perfect for an enjoyable holiday for two.