Grade II listed cottage with a characterful interior comprising a double bedroom, a kitchen, dining area and living room with wood-burner.
Found in idyllic locations throughout the region, all of our hand-picked Peak District holiday properties are highly-rated.
Chocolate-box holiday cottage located near Matlock that adjoins the owner’s home and accommodates up to four guests.
Stone-built cottages set in the spacious grounds of the owner’s working farm offering private use of an indoor swimming pool.
Character cottage with three super king-size double bedrooms, a living room with wood-burner and a farm-house kitchen with dining table.
Lovely mid-terrace holiday cottage that can accommodate up to four guests, that’s set in the picturesque Peak District National Park.
Well-presented holiday cottage for up to six guests that’s set in an elevated position above the picturesque village of Longnor.
Peacefully-appointed semi-detached cottage that sleeps up to six, featuring a well-furnished interior and an expansive garden.
Cosy ground-floor apartment situated near Bolsover that offers comfortable self catering holiday accommodation for two guests.
Beautiful 17th century barn conversion that’s been skillfully converted to offer high quality holiday accommodation for six.
Ground-floor cottage consisting of a bathroom with bath and shower over, a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and living room with wood-burner.
The Peak District
The Peak District features an idyllic landscape of wind-swept moorland and plush green valleys. The Peak District National Park covers a large swathe of the region and is over 500 square miles. This is where the Pennine Way begins - a 250 mile track that runs along the Pennine Chain towards the Scottish Border.
The Peak District also known as adventure country and is perfect for walking, hiking and climbing. The Castleton and Hope Valleys also provide the opportunity for pot holing with a large network of underground caves and tunnels in the area.
Towns worth seeing include Glossop, Matlock and Buxton. The latter, a spa town is considered by many to rival Bath with its beautiful Crescent and hot spring. Its history dates back to Roman times - the famed Poole's Cavern show-caves can also be found here.
One can also find a plethora of hamlets dotted around. Baslow is a good example, with its stone bridge, as well as the neighbouring village of Bubnell. The nearby Abney is typical of Derbyshire, surrounded by wild, rugged moorland country.
Head over to our blog as we take a look at major Peak District visitor attractions and outdoor activities.