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Peak District Bed and Breakfast

We have a wide range of bed and breakfast establishments ranging from Glossop to the edge of Derby.
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Peak District Hotels, Inns and Pubs

We have a wide range of Hotels, Inns, Pubs and restaurants which offer rooms, in locations across the Peak District.
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Peak District Holiday Cottages

We have a range of top quality self catering holiday cottages in both the towns and the deepest countryside.
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Peak District Caravan and Camp Sites

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Ashbourne   Sandybrook Country Park   Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
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Contact details:
Sandybrook Country Park
Reception
Sandybrook Country Park , Buxton Road Ashbourne
Postcode: DE6 2AQ
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Tel: 01335 300000  
Website:
www.sandybrook.co.uk

Set in the former grounds of Sandybrook Hall, an elegant early 19th century manor house, Sandybrook Country Park provides delightful views across the surrounding countryside. The luxury Pinelodges provide attractive and very comfortable self-catering accommodation. Fully insulated, they are cosy in winter yet cool and airy in summer. The lodges are furnished to the highest standard with one, two, three or four bedroom options, sleeping up to eight people. Luxurious Elvaston lodges sleeping 2, are perfect for a romantic weekend, with sauna and whirlpool jet bath.  Outdoor hot tubs are available on the verandah of some lodges. Each lodge has open plan lounge / dining / kitchen including microwave, all utensils, bed linen, duvets and towels. TV, CD and DVD player are installed for your entertainment. Pets are welcome in certain lodges. Lodges are available for hire on a weekly basis (starting Friday/Saturday/Monday), or for a short break at the weekend (Friday - Monday) or midweek (Monday - Friday). Weekly prices start from £350 per week for a four-berth lodge. Just a mile north of Ashbourne, the southern gateway to the Peak District, the park is close to many tourist attractions. These include the scenic beauty of Dovedale, Tissington (and the Tissington Trail for a lovely walk into the market town of Ashbourne) Ilam and the exciting Alton Towers. The Park itself has a lovely woodland walk through a blue bell wood and stunning pinetum of mature specimen trees. The Coach House restaurant and bar provides superb dining facilities. Use of the indoor swimming pool, sauna* and spa* is included in your holiday (* age restrictions apply). Cycles are available to hire to explore the local tracks and trails. Many activities are available locally including golf, fishing, horse riding and sailing.

Gratton   The Lodge at Dale End House   Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation
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Contact details:
The Lodge Dale End Gratton
Sarah Summers
Dale End House , Gratton Nr Bakewell
Postcode: DE45 1LN
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Tel: 01629 650380  
Website:
www.daleendhouse.co.uk

One of just six houses in the parish of Gratton, Dale End House is found on a quiet lane between Elton and Youlgreave. It enjoys unspoilt countryside, popular with walkers and mountain bikers alike yet is only six miles from Bakewell and Matlock. Bed & Breakfast accommodation is available at The Lodge, a stone built former milking parlour set within the grounds of this fine Grade II listed Derbyshire long house. The Lodge has recently been loving restored to an exceptionally high standard. It has a large open plan lounge with sofa and TV, a dining area and shower room. Under floor heating throughout. The bedroom has an antique double bed with down duvet and feather pillows romantically lit by a crystal chandelier. Decorated throughout with fine furnishings and historical colours. Overlooking a courtyard with ducks, goats and chickens and a traditional 2 storey stable block on one side and open fields, sheep and a babbling brook on the other. There is ample parking and secure indoor space for bikes; with 4 stables you can even bring your horse! The Lodge is non-smoking. Obedient dogs are welcome for a small additional cost. Tea and coffee making facilities are available at all times. A locally sourced full English breakfast will be served in the dining area. We discovered the house whilst mountain biking through Gratton Dale and instantly fell in love with it. Surrounded by breathtaking views, and abundant wildlife - Gratton is one of DerbyshireâÂÂs best-kept secrets. Photography by paul stefan photography. Commissions welcome - see www.paulstefanphotography.com 

Hope   Underleigh House   Bed and Breakfast accommodation
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Underleigh House
Vivienne Taylor
Underleigh , Lose Hill Lane, Off Edale Road , Hope Hope Valley
Postcode: S33 6AF
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Tel: 01433-621372  
Website:
www.underleighhouse.co.uk

Underleigh House is a superb 19th C home offering award winning, high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of magnificent walking country. Nestling under Lose Hill and overlooking the Noe valley towards Win Hill, all five charming en suite bedrooms share beautiful views of these National Park features and/or the lovely colourful garden. Two bedrooms are suites with their own lounge areas. After a good night's rest, our delicious breakfasts start the day in style and feature local and home-made specialities. We offer packed lunches for the walkers and at the end of the day, guests can relax in the large, welcoming lounge. ln summer, a drink on the terrace might appeal whilst enjoying the afternoon and the evening sun. Underleigh House is within easy reach of the area's many attractions including the stately manor houses of Chatsworth, Haddon, Lyme and Hardwick, not forgetting notable towns and villages such as Bakewell (famous for its 'pudding'), the spa town of Buxton, Eyam (the 'Plague Village'), Hathersage (associated with 'Little John' and 'Jane Eyre'), and Castleton (with its caverns, castle and 'Blue John' stone). As winner of East Midlands Enjoy Excellence Gold Award in 2006 and 2009, also Silver winner at the National Excellence Awards in 2010, we take great pleasure in helping our guests enjoy their visit and aim to provide a warm welcome and genuine hospitality throughout your stay with us at Underleigh House. 

Millers Dale   Bank Top Cottage   Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
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Contact details:
Bank Top
Ric & Alice Lee
Bank Top Cottage , Millers Dale Buxton
Postcode: SK17 8SN
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Tel: 01298 872572  
Website:
www.banktop.co.uk

Bank Top Cottage is a comfortable and well equipped holiday cottage n the very heart of the Peak District National Park sleeping up to 4 people (two en-suite bedrooms) The front door opens into the cosy lounge with comfortable settees, dining area, TV, DVD and games and wi-fi. Through the arched door way is the kitchen, well equipped with ceramic hob and cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. There are two bedrooms: a double and a twin both with their own en-suite shower rooms, each with WC and wash basin. There is an attractive south facing garden area with views over Millers Dale to the Monsal Trail. Garden furniture and barbecue provided. Bikes can be stored (please ask). Linen and towels central heating, fuel, power and wi-fi are included. A cot, high chair and stair gate can be requested. Ample parking is available at the cottage. Smoking is not permitted. Access for people with disabilities may be difficult (please call if you wish to discuss). Well behaved pets and children are welcome. Millers Dale itself is a small tranquil village, surrounded by tree-clad hills, in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales. There is a local village pub, the small church and close access to the Monsal Trail and LImestone Way.  Sit and picnic by the River Wye in Cheedale, cycle to Bakewell or Buxton on the Monsal Trail and enjoy many fabulous walks in the area.

Cressbrook   No. 3, New Houses   Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
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Contact details:
new houses
Julia Harding
4, New Houses , Cressbrook Buxton
Postcode: SK17 8ST
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Tel: 01298 872593  
Website:
www.3newhouses.co.uk

The terraced cottages known as New Houses were built around 1840 high above Miller's Dale, surrounded by the unique landscape of the Peak. Sympathetically restored to create an attractive holiday home, No.3 offers wonderful walks from the doorstep and many other Peak attractions within a short drive. Nearby Litton has excellent pub food and a proper village shop open every day. There are more shops and pubs in Tideswell, famous for the "Cathedral of the Peak". If you're looking for a green holiday, all this is within walking distance and there's also a daily bus from the door to Bakewell.. Flexible accommodation (with night storage heating throughout) sleeps 4 + 1: Comfortable sitting/dining room with tv, dvd, woodburning stove Well-equipped kitchen - cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, Large glazed porch Double bedroom with ensuite shower room on first floor Twin bedroom and separate shower room on second floor Second small sitting room on the first floor (has a sofa bed) Patio garden Offstreet parking space for one car in the courtyard next door at the owners' house, bicycle storage also available. A second car can be parked in front of the cottage. Bed linen (duvets) and towels provided Electricity and starter bag of logs included Cot, high chair, baby bath available Please note: Stairs and layout unfortunately not suitable for anyone with limited mobility No smoking, sorry no pets Weekly rates from £215 - £400 Special Midweek breaks from November to February from £126 for three nights.Please enquire for other short break periods

Eyam   The Hayloft, Highcliffe Barns   Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
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Contact details:
Highcliffe Barns
Duncan Porter
Highcliffe Barns , Highcliffe , Eyam Hope Valley
Postcode: S32 5QT
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Tel: 01433 630894  
Mobile: 07977 053797


Website:
www.highcliffebarns.co.uk

The Hayloft, a former cow byre and hayloft, is superbly situated high up on Eyam Edge in Highcliffe, a small hamlet above the historic village of Eyam, on a south-facing slope looking out over the village. Recently converted to a high standard throughout, the Hayloft offers luxury 4 Star (Gold) self-catering holiday cottage accommodation for 6 people in 3 bedrooms, all with en-suite shower/WC. There are solid oak cottage doors, and solid oak floors upstairs and slate floors with under-floor heating downstairs. The bedrooms (1 double with king-size bed, 2 with twin beds) are downstairs. Upstairs, the light and spacious first floor features exposed roof trusses and has a well-equipped kitchen, ample dining space, and living room area complete with wood-burning stove. There is also a separate cloakroom (WC) on the first floor. To the rear, there is a private terraced garden with outdoor furniture, barbecue and log store, and plenty of parking in the farmyard in front. Highcliffe and Eyam are in the heart of the Peak District National Park, on the boundary between the White Peak and the Dark Peak – a perfect location for visiting Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Castleton and the Peak towns of Tideswell, Bakewell and Buxton. It's a short walk down to the historic plague village of Eyam, and only a mile along the Edge to our excellent local pub, the Barrel Inn at Bretton. There are lots of activities too, with excellent walking and cycling from the doorstep, and rock climbing on limestone and gritstone close by. We look forward to welcoming you to the Hayloft!

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