Government advice issued on 22nd March 2020 relates to non-essential travel and specifically the restriction on people planning to visit holiday premises. Further restrictions on the movement of people were issued on 23rd March.
We are not, therefore, able to accept bookings that commence in the next few weeks. The situation may change so please bookmark this page and return for the most up to date information
Places to visit
The Peak District has a wonderful collection of places and attractions for the whole family to visit; stately homes; theme parks; castles; museums; and parks. For … read on
We want to tempt you to take part in some outdoor activities to get you out and about in the amazing Peak District landscape. The Peak District was the first National Park to be designated in … read on
Towns & villages
Enjoy visits to one or more of our numerous Peak District towns and villages, each with their own unique characters. Whether it is culture, architecture or a shopping experience you seek, we are sure to have you … read on
Eating & drinking
There is nothing like eating and drinking in the Peak District to get a flavour of the destination, whether it's your first visit or the most recent of many. The Peak District has a few food specialities and also some great … read on
Peak District events
Experience some of the Peak District events and festivals that go on every year. There are festivals unique to the Peak District and events with an international … read on
About our cottages
Come for a relaxing break in one of our three Peak District cottages. All three dog-friendly cottages are in fabulous locations in the heart of the Peak District. All of … read on
A lovely stay, in a cottage that has everything you need. Lovely to light the log burner on a wet and windy night. Nice touch that you help yourself to logs from the shed. Would highly recommend.
A second visit to this lovely cottage (August 2014 was last time). Weather was surprisingly better this time around despite storm Dennis attending. Good meals at the Red Lion, Litton and Pack Horse Inn, Little Longstone. Both dog friendly. Hope to return soon
Return trip to this lovely cottage – feels like home as soon as we walk through the door!
Technically a bad week to come – it began with Storm Ciara and ended with Storm Dennis!! Ciara brought snow which Yopad thought was wonderful, running around like a puppy (he’s 14). Plenty of good weather for walking, although Yoda can only manage short distances so Tim was left to do the big ones like a lost lad.
In all a lovely, relaxing week in the glorious Peak District – our annual pilgrimage – with the added pleasure of log fires at the cottage (even if it does get hot!!!) Thanks for the supplies and all the logs! We’ll be back!!
PS Cotswold in Bakewell is very helpful if you need to buy walking boots – Alison took 1¾ hours in there!
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