Peak District Cottage Holidays
Views to take your breath away
Designated as one of the UK’s 15 National Parks, the Peak District is a stunning area of the UK with something to offer in all seasons. It’s home to breathtaking views, delicious local treats and has the potential for a variety of outdoor activities.
Perfect for pet-friendly breaks and groups of all ages, the Peak District is ideal for both relaxing and active breaks. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from hiking, cycling, rock-climbing or horse riding. There are walking routes for all abilities; including the accessible ‘miles without stiles’. For a more relaxing stay soak up the beauty of the gorgeous villages, and enjoy the quaint tearooms and tasty local delicacies.
With so much natural beauty and fresh air to take in, the Peak District is ideal for countryside walks, and maybe even a picnic. Don’t forget your camera so you can capture these breathtaking views.
The Peak District is spectacular whatever season you visit in. From walks through the falling leaves to lounging in the sun with a summer picnic there are stunning views around every corner.
Couples, families, young and old will all find something for them within this pretty National Park. It’s ideal for taking a break from the hubbub of daily life and, with so much space, there will be a corner you can call your own.
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Surrounded by impressive scenery and home to some scrumptious baked goods, Bakewell is just the place to get out in the fresh air. Treat yourself to a Bakewell pudding and cup of tea afterwards.
Castleton is close to the famous Mam Tor. It’s an ideal location for walking and soaking up the beauty of the Peak District. Pevril Castle is also nearby and there’s a selection of lovely tearooms to choose from.
Hathersage is a popular destination for those who enjoy walking and climbing. There are plenty of opportunities to get active here. It also has an interesting past with links to Robin Hood and Charlotte Bronte.
Types of Holiday in the Peak District
The Peak District is a brilliant National Park in which to enjoy a holiday with your dog. There are plenty of pet-friendly cottages and lots of lovely walks to enjoy together.
Imagine relaxing into warm bubbles after a long day in the great outdoors. It’s the perfect way to add a touch of luxury to your Peak District holiday; enjoy this National Park in style.
Found in the East Midland, Nottinghamshire is a county with a vibrant cultural scene and rich history. Home to the infamous Robin Hood, you’ll also find top attractions and performances here.
Yorkshire covers a vast swathe of northern England and has so much to offer. From wonderfully quaint tearooms to seemingly endless stretches of countryside, Yorkshire is a beautiful place to stay.
Lancashire is not short of stunning places to visit. Its coast is packed with brilliant beaches and vibrant towns. There is also the Forest of Bowland for country walks and picnics in the sunshine.