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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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Holiday Cottages In The Peak District To Rent

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 to rent.

  1. Beverley and Carl

    Verified purchase

    "This was a lovely cottage but if I had known the following I would have booked somewhere else. Just not a good fit for me.cottage approx 100 yards from the road. Not a problem if you know, but carrying bags through two door way and narrow passway up approx six step and across the court yard before you get to the cottages front door is tricky. wifi is poor throws you off every few minutes.Was told on our arrival that a delivery of logs should be that evening or so, but never arrived during our stay (1week later)Thank goodness was warm enough. All Though there was central heating if needed.On our stay very warm under the duvet , no sheet to be found in property. Mugs was either metal or thick pot ones, no nice ones.When booking we requested a stair gate on arrival, the gate was under the bed. Owner couldn't fit it as it was to large for opening. Was left with a wire divider, that the dogs could jump over or knock down as unable to secure.Garden was enclosed but shared, I should have investigated this more as it was shared with owners three dogs. Questionable if the court yard was big enough for five dogs. The owner also just allowed her dogs into the yard with ours without checking if ours were ok with other dogs, this could have ended badly. Also had to keep checking the gate to yard was closed before I could let the dogs into court yard, owner kept leaving gates open and my dogs could get into the pub cellar. At one side of cottage is a childrens nursery so between 9-5 lots of noisy children There was some nice touches in the cottage, chocolate at bed side, fresh orange juice and milk in fridge plus other little goodies like this. Location good for local walking."
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  2. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "This property is a real gem. The owners are very friendly and Vicky had thought of absolutely everything to make our stay comfortable. Every conceivable piece of equipment you could possibly need was provided and she even provided some bread, local cheese, eggs from their own chickens, milk, butter and homemade jam!Despite being immediately to the rear of the pub, it is very private and wonderfully quiet. The entrance is a bit odd, being through part of the pub building (but separate to it) and there is a flight of steps before you get to the cottage, so maybe a bit tricky if you have any mobility problems or loads to carry. However, this didn't cause us any problems.Close to the Sett Valley trail from which you can walk to New Mills and Hayfield. I would recommend the New Mills Walk which is within the extensive literature provided by the owners - varied and interesting.I would also recommend eating at the adjoining pub but note no food on Sat/Sun and 9pm closing on Sun. The locals are very friendly and the food and beer is cheap and excellent. For more variety, the Sycamore Arms in Thornsett is also excellent as is the Royal Hotel in Hayfield.Everywhere is super dog friendly. Definitely recommended."
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  3. jenny

    Verified purchase

    "Cute cottage, but quite dark and cold possibly due to many trees and bushes over looking property. At the top of a very steep hill and long steep drive ok if you are always driving but we like to take walks in the evening so a bit out of the way for our liking. Shower has very little water pressure, although there was a small washing machine and small tumble dryer there was no airier for clothes, not all garments can be tumbled. There were two small rediator hangers which were not suitable to hang clothes off and were used for bathroom mat and tea towels etc. We could not find instructions for the cooker, washing machine or television. If you are taking a pet there is a big garden you can use but they must not go upstairs or get up on to the furniture so just for your information as this was the first time we have come across this. The television needs re tuning as many channels were not working and the wi-fi was not always either working or switched on. We enjoyed our time looking round the area and there are lots of very interesting places to visit."
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  4. Sharon

    Verified purchase

    "Just spent a fabulous week here, the only thing I have to complain about was the weather was too hot to walk my dogs!!!!! As for Vicky and Stuart nothing was too much trouble for them, the lovely little extras in the barn we're so welcome, chocs, milk, cereal, Apple juice and many more, the locals in the pub we're so friendly and Anna behind the bar was so lovely :) I wouldn't hesitate to return here albeit in cooler months so we could do the walks with the dogs that we wanted to do! Oh and Vickys dogs are so beautiful....I had a soft spot for lovely Lily she was so cuddly:) thanks Vicky and Stuart and we'll definitely be back soon!!!"
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  5. Rosalind

    Verified purchase

    "We enjoyed our stay in this basement (cellar) apartment. We wanted somewhere to stay for the Buxton Festival and this was ideal being just a short walk across the park from the Pavillion and Opera House. As the weather was fine and we didn't spend much time in the time in the apartment, the lack of outlook was not a problem. The bedroom is quite small, but adequate with plenty of hanging space. The bath is a good size and comfortable, but the shower is attached to the taps, so is only really suitable for washing your hair. Lounge seats were comfortable, but the Wifi was a bit intermittent."
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