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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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About The Peak District

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

  1. Clare

    Verified purchase

    "Would have liked warning about entrance to property; very narrow and bumpy track. Disappointed with cleanliness of property; dirty floors (dropped water in kitchen on arrival and when we cleaned it up the cloth was filthy), toilet brush holders were with filled with dirty water and downstairs plug was very grotty.On a positive note, we had a lovely week there with 4 adults and 2 dogs: easy walk into Wirksworth - with a nice pub (Hope & Anchor), superb chip shop, lovely butchers, coffee shops and supermarket/petrol station - so amenities handy. We were in just right spot to explore canal boat trip (Birdswood), Carsington Water (reservoir), Crich Tram Village, Ecclestone Steam train (based in Wirksworth - walking distance from cottage) - all of these were lovely and dog-friendly. Also popped to Bakewell - quaint place.The cottage was very comfortable and well equipped. I would recommend it to people for a peaceful, beautiful place to stay."
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  2. Heather

    Verified purchase

    "Set in beautiful location with far reaching views across the stunning scenery, the cottage was very warm and spacious when we arrived for a weekend stay. It is very well equipped for a family visit, kitchen is well stocked with everything you might need. Beds are comfortable and rooms are spacious. My only comments is that the showers have very low pressure and are not very satisfying to use. You need to use the bath which is not so convenient. A shower booster pump would be a good investment, especially after long walks in the countryside. Otherwise, a great spot for a family holiday but you will need a car to go and get groceries and explore the sights as it is set in a remote location which can be a bit of a challenge to find!"
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  3. John

    Verified purchase

    "We only stayed 3 nights and although we did have some trouble finding the property (turn right at the telephone box would have helped greatly) its location was very pleasant with an enclosed garden and local walks. It was quite a cold few days during our stay and unfortunately the underground floor heating was either inefficient or not working at all. We needed to keep the wood burning stove alight from first thing in the morning to last thing at night just to stay warm. The upstairs radiators worked well. We did report this to the local contact but was unable to help improve the situation. A couple of convector heaters would be a useful backup for this situation. In summer I'm sure this would be an excellent cottage."
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  4. Jerry

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed here as a couple with one dog and the intention was that 2 other couples would join us later in the week. In the event they couldn't make it so we had the place to ourselves. We enjoyed it, plenty of space and no lack of crockery etc. The weather was a bit cold but the cottage was nice and warm. Nearest pub is about one and a half miles away but I wouldn't want to walk it, there isn't a proper pavement and the road is narrow. One major downside though was the lack of water pressure in the bathroom and shower. In the shower especially it was almost a trickle, really needs to be improved in some way. Odd, because the pressure from the taps seemed normal."
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  5. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "10/10! We had such a lovely stay here for our annual girls weekend. I would agree re. bedroom space that it probably suits 6/7 adults better (mainly based on the fact there is only one shower) and you'd need to know the person well who shares the bed with you in the downstairs room but all in all we loved it! The cottage has brilliant reception space, it's clean, modern, tastefully decorated and well equipped. Great walking from the doorstep. We enjoyed a lovely meal at La Mistral in the village (need to book tho) - walked to and from it via the fields - there is a path so no need for wellies! Yes - we'll be back."
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