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Holiday Cottages In The Peak District

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Holiday Cottages in the Peak District

The Peak District is one of the UK’s most spectacular places to visit and a superb holiday destination, whether it’s for a weekend break or a longer family holiday. It’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so the Peak District attracts visitors all year round. They come to soak up the stunning scenery, the wild moorlands and rugged limestone dales, which are liberally peppered with beautiful villages and towns, historic, imposing churches and opulent manor houses. Our extensive range of Peak District Cottages will give you access to all this – and much more.

If the Great Outdoors isn’t enough for you, you can get to grips with what’s below the Peak District, with a trip to the caves at Castleton and Buxton. These are open to the public and you don’t have to worry about safety ropes or squeezing through narrow passages; the tours are guided and on foot. However, if you have an interest in the history of the region, choose one of our Peak District Cottages near the Neolithic stone circles at Stanton Moor or Arbor Low, or the Norman Castle at Castleton.

Are there family attractions in the Peak District?

The short answer is ‘yes’. If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Peak District and are bringing your children, you’ll find plenty to see and do. Families who like to get out and about can take advantage of the beautiful walks and miles of cycle trails that criss-cross the Peaks. To mix a shot of adrenaline into the proceedings, there’s even the opportunity to go hang-gliding! However, if you’d prefer to be attached to something more trustworthy, the cable cars at the nearby Heights of Abraham pack just as much of a thrill, and some truly amazing views.

To really get an idea of how expansive and scenic the District is, the working steam trains at Peak Rail will take you from Matlock to Rowsley, giving you the chance to take in the scenery from the comfort of a train carriage. Alternatively, the stately Chatsworth House has an adventure playground and the chance to meet some farmyard animals. Whatever you’re looking for in your Peak District holiday, the answer is only a short drive away.

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More Peak District Cottages

Holiday Cottages In The Peak District

More Peak District Cottages

Holiday Cottages in the Peak District

The Peak District is one of the UK’s most spectacular places to visit and a superb holiday destination, whether it’s for a weekend break or a longer family holiday. It’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so the Peak District attracts visitors all year round. They come to soak up the stunning scenery, the wild moorlands and rugged limestone dales, which are liberally peppered with beautiful villages and towns, historic, imposing churches and opulent manor houses. Our extensive range of Peak District Cottages will give you access to all this – and much more.

If the Great Outdoors isn’t enough for you, you can get to grips with what’s below the Peak District, with a trip to the caves at Castleton and Buxton. These are open to the public and you don’t have to worry about safety ropes or squeezing through narrow passages; the tours are guided and on foot. However, if you have an interest in the history of the region, choose one of our Peak District Cottages near the Neolithic stone circles at Stanton Moor or Arbor Low, or the Norman Castle at Castleton.

Are there family attractions in the Peak District?

The short answer is ‘yes’. If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Peak District and are bringing your children, you’ll find plenty to see and do. Families who like to get out and about can take advantage of the beautiful walks and miles of cycle trails that criss-cross the Peaks. To mix a shot of adrenaline into the proceedings, there’s even the opportunity to go hang-gliding! However, if you’d prefer to be attached to something more trustworthy, the cable cars at the nearby Heights of Abraham pack just as much of a thrill, and some truly amazing views.

To really get an idea of how expansive and scenic the District is, the working steam trains at Peak Rail will take you from Matlock to Rowsley, giving you the chance to take in the scenery from the comfort of a train carriage. Alternatively, the stately Chatsworth House has an adventure playground and the chance to meet some farmyard animals. Whatever you’re looking for in your Peak District holiday, the answer is only a short drive away.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the peak district.

  1. Cathy

    Verified purchase

    "S16589 has wonderful views over the valley and is no doubt an excellent place to stay if you enjoy hiking and walking. It was clean and cosy and the bed was extremely comfortable. There was plenty of equipment in the kitchen for a short stay and the owner had left milk and bread with a small pot of strawberry jam for us upon arrival (Thank you!). There were some issues with damp on the walls, however the house was kept warm with the heating coming on regularly and there was an open fire to use. My reason for deciding not to return is based on the fact that access to the cottage is extremely difficult. If you walk up to the cottage, it is a very steep hill and if you drive up to the cottage, you are not guaranteed a parking place and you can only back down to the main road. The road itself is not tarmaced and is rough, pot holed and difficult to drive on and more difficult to reverse down."
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  2. Katie

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was very comfortable but the kitchen equipment let it down. The pans could do with being renewed and there were no suitable containers to microwave food in or bake things in.The location was great, away from the town but near enough to get to the shops and fantastic views from the windows.The cleanliness was not to my standard , the floors were dirty so we had to mop them all, the dishcloths and brush supplied were old, in the kitchen the pans, crockery and glasses were not clean and the oven was very greasy which made using it very smoky and smelly.The property was quite small for the money, I have stayed in more spacious accommodation intended for four people."
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  3. Lesley

    Verified purchase

    "Location gets 9 as it it very well placed for visiting the Peak District and has a great pub next door which serves outstanding food at very reasonable prices. Slight downside is it is right on the roadside and outside space is limited. Not a great place for children but fine for grown ups.Comfort and equipment gets nine as well, it was the best equipped kitchen I have experienced in such a place apart from a shortage of side plates. We never ran out of mugs or cutlery even when there were four of us in the house.I liked that there were two double beds rather than one and then twin beds. In a house more suitable for adults this is a plus."
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  4. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was set in a rural location. Very welcoming owner who showed us the cottage. It was difficult to find in the dark so a sign outside may be useful?Very clean and tidy. Comfy beds and clean bedding.Some practical changes could be that there is an extra chair at the table as we were a party of 5 and there were 4 chairs. Blinds on the windows upstairs. A warning for the log burner with regards to the handle getting hot and a guard for safety.Otherwise the cottage is a superb place with access to Baslow and Chatsworth house. Would recommend this place as the owner made you need feel very welcome. Thankyou."
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  5. David

    Verified purchase

    "Great for proximity to New Mills and Brookbottom. Driveway too steep for comfort so, after initial luggage drop, parked on road at foot of hill instead (not a problem, just more exercise!) Central heating was OK once we'd understood how to regulate it. Would've been nice to have some firelighters (they're quite cheap to buy and, in my view, simply telling you where you can buy your own isn't quite up to the mark.) Other negatives were the frying pan (unusable) and the patches of black mould on the wall near the front door and around the kitchen door. But the views more than made up for that. "
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