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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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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. Alison

    Verified purchase

    "This is a lovely cottage inside. Very clean and well equipped. Decor good although a bit chintzy, owners taste. The plates etc could do with replacing as dish washed to death and very worn/cracked looking. Oven glass door completely black and needs a good clean. Very nice bathrooms. Good location for local walks and for access to the Peak District which we loved. It was advertised as having lovely views? There is a nice view from the main back bedroom window upstairs only. (Farm & cows). Kitchen has 3 windows at eye level. Back window looks straight on to the house next door - solid wall. The other 2 look straight on to the road. We kept blind down as passing cars/people can view straight in. The road does get busy at times. Lounge - back looks out on to small garden and a tall garden wall. Neighbours garden is side ways on. They have big bushy climbing plants I would think for privacy for their garden from this cottage so no view. Lounge front (netted french doors) overlooks drive for 4 properties, a footpath and a brook, a small field and houses. This cottage is supposed to be dog friendly for which you pay £25 per dog. £75 for our 3 small (non malting) Yorkshire Terriers. It was drummed in to me from the 'Welcome' start that the dogs must not go on furniture, upstairs, and we must not leave our dogs alone at anytime. I was told that if she (the owner) found out they have been upstairs she would fine me. Nice start felt like getting back in the car and going home. The rules about dogs are repeated 5 times. Poster by the front door, poster at the bottom of the stairs, on a board in the kitchen, in the lounge and in the information folder. Being responsible dog owners we always take 3 large throws and towels with us when ever we go on holiday with our dogs. We have NEVER had this problem before. Completely ruined our stay at this property. Couldn't relax. Our dogs have their own beds and sleep in our bedroom, and cuddle on our laps. Because of 'The Rules' I had to sleep on the sofa downstairs. After being out all day our dogs were very tired. All they wanted was their dinner and to sleep. This is when we would normally (not every night) pop out to local pub for some food but we couldn't because of 'The Rules'. We have stayed in Dog friendly Cottages for years. They may be the rules they advise but it is up to the owner whether they stick to them. In fact the last 2 holiday cottages have had chests with dog blankets/towels/treats in .... very dog friendly. Nothing supplied here. It is also not advertised that the house next door to the 2 adjoining holiday cottages is a child minder. (Owners daughter). On Wed morning it was quite hot so we had a 'chill' morning sitting in the garden. This was totally ruined by the constant noise from the child minders garden/house and a baby that was screaming and crying for ages. So no view and noisy children ... not our idea of a 'peaceful location'. Also cars dropping children off and picking up. Twice our car was blocked in although we were told the parking space was for just us. We loved the Peak District and are looking in to purchase our own holiday cottage. I promise ours will be dog friendly. In hindsight I think the charge for dogs is added to put people off bringing dogs. I seriously don't think this is dog friendly and the owner should stop allowing dogs she doesn't want. Not one notice about children jumping on the furniture... mmm. We left early as I couldn't do another night on the sofa."
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  2. Jill

    Verified purchase

    "Fantastic home from home. Perfect for our family holiday. My parents had the master bedroom and ensuite bathroom, whilst myself, my partner and our 5 year old had the other room. Lovely kitchen diner and sitting room. Garden plenty big enough for out 2 dogs to investigate. Plenty of local shops and pubs within walking distance. Handy stair gate at the bottom of the stairs to stop the dogs going upstairs. Our dogs aren't allowed on the furniture at home or upstairs so we were more than happy with the usual holiday cottage rules. Loads of dog friendly attractions and pubs nearby. Even the weather was good to us with only one rainy day. I had been a bit concerned due to recent guest reviews but couldn't see what some were complaining about once we were there, and from the visitor book inside the cottage you can see there have been many repeat visitors. We would not hesitate to stay here again or recommend to others who were visiting the area. Thank you"
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  3. Ali

    Verified purchase

    "S45088 is a lovely cottage to stay in and we would highly recommend it. The customer service from the owner was first class - she popped round when we arrived and was really friendly and welcoming but then left us to it for the remainder of the weekend. There was a welcome hamper with wine, bakewell pudding, biscuits etc in the kitchen and also complimentary toiletries in the bathroom which was a really nice touch.The cottage itself was clean, warm (underfloor heating in the kitchen!) modern and had the best shower! It was really nicely decorated and you could tell that the owners have put a lot of effort into making it a lovely, homely cottage.We were literally 1 minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell so we walked in to look around the shops and to sample the cakes! It is also directly opposite All Saints church which was lovely!All in all we had a fantastic Easter break at S45088 and will definitely be visiting again in the future."
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  4. Jules

    Verified purchase

    "S45088 is a stunning cottage, tastefully decorated and furnished to high standards. The owners Elaine and Steve popped around briefly to ensure we were comfortable and explained about the heating etc. They had left us a very tasty hamper full of gluten free goodies. We enjoyed a wonderfully relaxing holiday, the cottage lives up to its name and enjoys a lovely sunny aspect. The garden is secluded and visited by various birdlife. We were just a couple of minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell. Absolutely ideal position for many varied walks around the area. After a long day walking the power shower and comfy beds were very welcome. We would definitely stay in this gorgeous gem again."
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  5. Joanne

    Verified purchase

    "Excellent week in lovely location. Perfect cottage for us & would certainly stay again. Only comment would be the garden - grass uncut when we arrived - owner did apologise but despite having dogs we like a nice garden & feel a little more thought could be given to the garden - some potted plants around & a climbing plant to cover the plain wall would make a difference. I would have been happy to water the potted plants while there. Short grass is a must with dogs - much easier to 'pick up' their waste than in long grass.One other point - mattresses could be better. However - really loved the cottage - a good size kitchen &pleasant sitting room."
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