Where To Stay

Where to Stay in the Peak District – plenty of choice whatever your style!

Where To Stay

There are many great places to stay in the Peak District. Whatever your budget, and wherever you’re going, there’s always some good accommodation to be found. 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. We don’t get any financial benefit from it, we just want to ensure you find a quality place to stay. Of course, we're always happy to advise so feel free to get in touch for some help.

B&B's and Hotels

With so many places of interest to explore within this beautiful area of the Peak District, why not make the most of the charming accommodation that the Bull’s Head has to offer in order to enjoy your visit to the full.
Glendon Bed and Breakfast is an ideal alternative to an impersonal chain hotel in Matlock, with unique bedrooms in a picturesque Victorian property, built 1857. 

Self Catering

Cherry Tree Cottage, Buxton

A cosy holiday cottage in the heart of Buxton.  

East View Cottage, Eyam

A traditional, 17th Century, Derbyshire Peak District cottage, simple and cosy, with log fires and beamed ceilings.

Grace Cottage, Tideswell

The property is an old traditional stone cottage, complete with 2 bedrooms, kitchen diner, lounge with wood burner, bathroom and enclosed back garden.

Hall Farm Holidays, Hollington nr Ashbourne

Luxuriously appointed holiday accommodation is now available at Hall Farm in the peaceful hamlet of Hollington near Ashbourne, Derbyshire with the larger of the three properties offering a private decked patio featuring a state-of-the-art hot-tub!

Highfields Barn, nr Leek

Highfields Farm is nestled close to the historic market town of Leek and the beautiful spa town of Buxton

Lowfield Farm, Middleton, nr Bakewell

Two properties for family get-togethers with a real feeling of country living for guests to enjoy and relax at any time of the year.
In addition a one bedroom cottage available during various periods during the year.

Magpie Cottages, Marple

The Peak District cottages are situated on the banks of the river Goyt and form part of Lower Dale Farm Equestrian Centre (British Horse Society Highly Commended). With picturesque walks in all directions.

Oaker Farm, Hope/Edale

3 cottages and a a bespoke hand crafted shepherd's hut.

Dog friendly cottage in the heart of Tideswell. 

Group Accommodation

Bradbourne Mill & Bradbourne

4 luxurious accommodations in the Bradbourne area: Tissington Ford Barn, Waterside Barn, The Water Mill, and Valley View Barn.

Derwent House, Matlock

A classical Georgian property built in 1753, it offers luxury, award-winning, self-catering holiday accommodation for up to 12 guests, with 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. 

 Dovedale Holiday Cottage, nr Ashbourne

Spacious accommodation with bags of room for up to 15 people, is dog friendly and boasts six bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Riverside House, Monsal

Super spacious accommodation has bags of room for 9 to 12 guests, is dog friendly and boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms. 

Campsites, Glamping & Motorhomes

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 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.

Where To Stay - By Area

To see places to stay by area, take a look at the map below. Tap on the icon in the top left corner to sort by accommodation type.