Two independently owned, managed and cherished Peak District Cottages available for your holiday. Each cottage has its own unique features from magnificent views to upside down living and are sited in prime walking locations. Each cottage sleeps 4 people and is equipped to a high standard including eco-friendly underfloor heating, high-speed WiFi and log burners providing the perfect cosy surroundings for your holiday. The cottages are dog friendly. We offer short breaks throughout the year.
As its name suggests, Hayloft Cottage was formerly the farm’s hay and silage store but has been tastefully converted into a quality Peak District holiday cottage. The cottage offers … read on
Formerly a derelict farm outbuilding, the Byre Cottage has been transformed into one of two high quality peak district cottages. Offering “upside-down” holiday accommodation The Byre Cottage has … read on
Why book with us?
We know how important a relaxing holiday or short break is for our guests so we make every effort to provide all those little things that make a difference. We own and manage just four cottages so we can take a very individual … read on
As independent owners of four Peak District Cottages and dog owners ourselves, we know how hard it can be to find the right dog friendly self catering accommodation for all of the family. Your dog is one of the family after all so … read on
The Peak District
The Peak District was the first National Park to be designated in the UK and is celebrating its 65th year in 2016. The National Park movement born when disgruntled city workers … read on
Our other cottages
We have two other holiday cottages available for rental in the Peak District, Jasmine Cottage in Winster, near Matlock and Cliffe Cottage in Castleton, in the Hope … read on
Very nice cottage, lovely setting. Recommend the Monsal Trail, Bakewell and Buxton and the Bull’s Head, Monyash.
Very comfortable – fantastic setting – thank you.
Lovely cottage (v comfy!) in a fantastic setting. We’ve had an excellent stay. Thanks for all the little touches. Church Inn pub in Chelmorton worth a visit for supper