Some Selected Accommodation Listings .....
Castleton Riding House Farm Cottages Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
Riding House Farm is a traditional Derbyshire hill farm rearing beef and sheep. It nestles under the Losehill Ridge with wonderful south facing views across the Hope Valley. It is a walkers' paradise with direct access to the footpath network.
Riding House Farm is a working farm of 140 acres. If you bring your wellies you will be able to see the newborn lambs in Spring, visit the calf house and even feed the hens! There is an abundance of wildlife around especially in our own secluded bluebell wood.
Milkmaid's Cottage is a lovely spacious one-bedroom cottage with a 6' bed. It has two bathrooms and an optional double sofa bed in the sitting room for occasional use.
Shepherd's Cottage is a two-bedroom cottage, one double and one twin, with two bathrooms. It is ideal for four people. Many of the original old beams still feature in this cottage.
Both cottages are furnished and equipped to the same high standard with careful attention to detail to make your stay memorable. Each cottage has full central heating and double glazing, two bathrooms: one upstairs with a bath, basin and WC, and a downstairs shower room with basin and WC.
With TV, CD, DVD in the cosy sitting rooms and oven hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer in the kitchen areas everything is provided for you. There is also an adjacent laundry room with a washing machine and tumble dryer for your free use. Wifi also available Outside is your private parking area with seating to enjoy a barbecue and drink, enjoying the view across the valley.
From your doorstep you can take the footpath directly to Lose Hill Ridge and enjoy another spectacular view over the Edale Valley to the famous Kinder Scout. David and Denise Matthews have farmed at Riding House for over 20 years. They are the modern day Shepherd and Milkmaid! If needed, they will be on hand to help you make the most of your stay in the Peak District National Park. Well behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement
The Hope Valley is an ideal base for exploring the treasures of the Peak District. In addition to the wonderful scenery, there are numerous attractions including nearby Castleton caves and castle, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and the plague village of Eyam. If you have any energy left after walking the hills, the Hope Valley offers climbing, cycling, pony trekking, swimming, angling, gliding and parascending. Or why not just relax!
Cressbrook No. 3, New Houses Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
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)
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 Â£215 - Â£400 Special Midweek breaks from November to February from Â£126 for three nights.Please enquire for other short break periods
Darley Moor, Matlock The Old Farmhouse Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
Set in the Derbyshire Dales on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Woodside Farm, Nr Matlock, was once a dairy farm is now run as a smallholding, standing in five acres with free-range chickens and sheep graze in the surrounding fields. The farm and holiday cottage occupy a super rural position with fantastic views over the Derwent Valley and surrounding countryside. We are ideally situated for exploring the Peak District and the areas many attractions, with Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell and of course Matlock and Matlock Bath close by.
The farmhouse sleeps 4-5 people and the accommodation is as follows:
Lounge: Log burning stove,sofa bed and chairs, freeview colour television, video and DVD/CD player.Kitchen /Dining room: Table and chairs, oak beams, electric cooker and hob, refridgerator, microwave and washing machine.Shower Room: With wash basin and toilet.Drying room :With tumble dryer.Entrance hall: For storage of bikes etc.
Bedroom 1: One double bed with cot or Z-bed if required.Bedroom 2: Two single beds.Wash room: Wash basin and toilet.
Linen: Each of the beds are fitted with quilts and pillows. All bed linen is included plus towels and tea towels.Electricity:Included in the tariff.Cot and high chair: Provided on request.Outside: A small walled garden to the front and to the back a lawned area, patio table & chairs and portable barbecue are provided + new childrens play area with climbing frame. Washing line and pegs provided.Parking: For two cars directly outside the cottage.
Greenfield Dovestone Park Luxury Glamping PODs Caravan and Camp Site
Dovestone Park – Luxury Glamping PODs and hot tub Lodges
Foot of Dovestone reservoir and beauty spot, adjoining RSPB reserve and Peak District
Glamping PODs for up to Four personsShower room with toilet and hand basinDouble bed and bunk bed (child size top bunk)Microwave, twin hotplate, kettle and fridgeHeated and insulatedLarge PODs 4.8m x 4.2mSmall table and 4 chairsBBQ and patio furnitureIndicative prices are £65 a night per pod. Minimum 2 night booking (3 nights for Bank Holiday weekends). Bookings a minimum of a week in advance please.
Lakeside Glamping PODs for up to Four persons
Facilities as per the Glamping PODs but with a Lakeside View.
The same high standards and facilities as our POD's looking out on countryside or the park; these luxury Glamping PODs are located at the side of the lake with lakeside views. Indicative prices are £85 a night per pod. Minimum 2 night booking (3 nights for Bank Holiday weekends). Bookings a minimum of a week in advance please.
The immediate area includes Dove Stone reservoir with its circular footpath and links to two further reservoirs Greenfield and Yeoman Hey. There are both gentle local walks and much more challenging walks on the nearby segment of the Pennine Way. The Dove Stone Sailing Club makes for a particularly picturesque view when sailing is in progress, often one day at the weekend and one weekday evening. The excellent RSPB reserve also adjoins Dovestone Park. A quiet tree lined private road takes you to the nearby village of Greenfield with shops and pubs. A little further and you are in Uppermill with its many stone buildings, larger range of shops, eateries, museum and the attractive canal with narrowboat trip options. The Last of the Summer Wine spot of Holmfirth is a short hop by car across the moor and there are the wider Peak District attractions and scenery.BookingsFor bookings phone 01457 820451 or email email@example.com Mattresses provided remember to bring your own bedding, towels, linen, BBQ fuel, food, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and cooking utensils.
Hope Old Hall Hotel Hotel, Inn or Pub Bed and Breakfast accommodation
Dating back to 1508, the Old Hall is a charming and historic village public house, situated in the centre of the Hope Valley in the Peak National Park. just one mile from Castleton and the Blue John mines.
We have five ensuite rooms - two double rooms, a family room and two four poster bedrooms available. Our rooms are tastefully decorated and clean so you can relax in comfort. All our rooms have space for a travel cot (please bring your own).
We are proud to produce award-winning high quality food from seasonal ingredients, using local produce where possible such as sausages from the local butcher in Hope. Our chefs work hard to deliver excellent food for our customers, including a Sunday Roast with all the trimmings.
We have two areas serving food; the restaurant in the pub for dinner/lunch or the Edwardian Tea Rooms for breakfast, a light bite or afternoon tea.
All our beautiful rooms are available from just £65 per night B&B (based on 2 persons sharing). All prices include our famous full Derbyshire breakfast served in our Edwardian Tea Rooms.
We are perfectly situated for walking or cycling, with a range of excellent routes right from the door.
Carsington Breach Farm Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation
In the heart of the Derbyshire Dales and on the edge of the Peak District, Breach Farm is a 200 year old farmhouse situated in beautiful countryside with southerly views over the fields to Carsington Water. We are situated half a mile outside Carsington, a small picturesque village with a pub and church.
The farmhouse B&B has its own separate guests entrance, comfortable sitting room with log fire, colour television, DVD and a selection of books, games and magazines. Wi-Fi is also available. French doors open onto your own garden and patio.
Enjoy a hearty English breakfast which is served in your sitting room. Locally produced bacon and sausage, Derbyshire oatcakes, homemade bread and eggs from our own free range hens. As well as a selection of fresh fruit, cereals and yogurts. Special diets can be catered for, but please advise on booking.
In the area we have a selection of good pubs and restaurants for evening meals, or both Matlock and Ashbourne are within 7 miles if you would like more choice.
We have two individually furnished bedrooms. Upstairs a Double with King sized brass bed, and downstairs a Twin room. Both rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers. The bedrooms have radio/alarm clocks, hairdryers, a selection of magazines, Wi-Fi access and refreshment making facilities.
We are in a ideal location for exploring Derbyshires many attractions, from the splendour of Chatsworth House and the many National Trust properties in the area to riding the trams at Crich Tramway Museum. Discovering the many walks in the White Peak with its limestone dales or the wide open spaces of the gritstone moors of the Dark Peak. Cycling on the High Peak Trail, fishing or birdwatching at Carsington Water, or just having a exploring in the historic market towns of Ashbourne , Bakewell or Buxton.
We are no longer a working farm but sheep graze our fields and our free-range hens do like to explore. Our aim is to make our guests visit as comfortable as possible, and to help them enjoy their stay at Breach Farm and the surrounding area.