The Peak District is a popular tourist area of Midland /
Northern England and the location of England's first National Park. We aim to
provide tourist information on the local sights, activities, history, flora,
fauna and holiday accommodation for visitors to this lovely area of the UK.
Enjoy a true Peak District village break with fantastic country views from the windows of your three-roomed private suite. Walk to the local pubs for your evening meal. Enjoy a hearty Derbyshire breakfast, then cycle the Monsal Trail with 8-miles of newly opened tunnels, going over Monsal Head viaduct to outstanding views.Visit Bakewell, Chatsworth, Haddon and Blue John Caver
Contact Name:Barbara Birley
Address: Charnwood House Edge View Drive Great Longstone Bakewell , DE45 1PB
We provide private luxury accommodation in the lovely rural village of Great Longstone near Bakewell, Derbyshire. Kiln Croft is ideally situated for exploring the Peak District and you will be made very welcome should you choose to make us your holiday base. Great Longstone is a great base for exploring the glorious Peak District be it on foot, on a bicycle or in the car. We are a five minute walk away from the Monsal Trail
Our bed and breakfast room consists of a double room with en suite facilities plus dressing room, continental breakfast, beautiful location, use of garden, plenty of walking, biking and places of interest. Walkers are 1 minute away from the access to Monsal Dale. Cyclists can explore the tunnels of the Monsal Trail. And Chatsworth House, set in beautiful grounds, with its fantastic art collection is only 10 minutes drive away.
Contact Name:Tony Roberts
Address: Fin House B&B Monsal Head Bakewell , DE45 1NL
Friendly accommodation on the outskirts of Bakewell, but still within easy walking distance of all the amenities that the town has to offer. Minutes away from the newly opened Monsal Trail. Lots of local knowledge available, especially regarding walking and cycling routes in the area. Refreshments and homemade cakes on arrival. Italian and Spanish spoken.
The Ashford Arms is a village inn dating from Napoleonic times and set in the pretty and unspoilt village of Ashford in the Water, just 2 miles from Bakewell. We have eight bedrooms each with en-suite bath or shower, washbasin and WC, tea and coffee making facilities, TV and radios. Our bar is a great meeting place and we have a comfortably furnished dining area with a wide range of specials.
Contact Name: The Proprietor
Address: The Ashford Arms Church Street Ashford Bakewell , DE45 1QB
Built in 1508, opened as a hotel in 1729, the Old Hall Hotel stands in the centre of Hope village, directly opposite the church. The bar has 6 Cask Marque accredited real ales on draught, and boasts the largest selection of Single Malt whiskeys in The Peak District. Home-made restaurant quality food is served in the restaurant and bar all day, with the Edwardian Tea Room also serving breakfast 8am-12pm, with a good selection o
Contact Name:Rick Ellison
Address: The Old Hall Hotel Market Place Hope Hope Valley , S33 6RH
Lovely 2 bedroom B&B with guests private entrance into summery dining room. Staircase leading to clean bright double bedrooms with en-suite showers. Highly complimented breakfasts with plenty of choice. Five minute level walk by river into town centre. Small outside seating area to enjoy potted plants and flowers in season. Private Parking. Warm welcome.
Contact Name:Lesley Westmorland
Address: Westmorland House Park Road Bakewell , DE45 1AX
Use this search to find Bed and Breakfast, Guest House, Hotel and farmhouse holiday
accommodation across the Peak District National Park.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation (lodgings) in Buxton, Bakewell,
Ashbourne, Matlock, Glossop, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Castleton, Edale, Hope Valley,
Hathersage, Eyam, Hartington, Wirksworth.
Find accommodation close to Dovedale, the Derwent Reservoirs, Stanage
Edge, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Carsington Water and Alton Towers. We have
a selection of some of the loveliest hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfast
establishments in the Peak District National Park and surrounding areas of
Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire.