Where To Stay – Campsites, Glamping & Motorhomes

The Peak District National Park was created in 1951, the first national park in the UK. Walking in the Peak District can be quite varied, with the more gentle limestone dales of the White Peak and the higher, gritstone moors of the Dark Peak, meaning there’s something for everyone.

There are many great places to stay in the Peak District. Whilst we don’t book accommodation for our customers, we thought it would be helpful to provide a list of places to stay so have teamed up with local businesses. You’ll find below a list of some campsites, glamping & motorhomes  – just click/tap on the links to view their websites. We don’t get any financial benefit from it, we just want to ensure you find a quality place to stay. 

Derbyshire Hills

Campsite and static caravan in Grindlow, close to Eyam, Foolow and Great Hucklow

Edale Gathering

A glamping haven with four luxurious tented safari lodges and a Victorian shooting lodge on a private upland farm at the start of The Pennine Way.

High Peak Holidays

All inclusive motorhome hire with everything on board, combining holiday home comfort with freedom to explore.

Mulino Pods

Three private and exclusive glamping pods near Ashbourne which boast fantastic views over the valley towards Carsington Water.

The Hut Eyam

A Shepherds Hut nestled in a quiet little corner of a large garden in the beautiful Peak District village of Eyam.