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Unusual cottage as a wing of the Cressbrook Hall. Split-level living and dining area with open fire. Wonderful views of the grounds and beyond. Lower ground floor bedrooms. Tideswell 3 miles. (Ref. 957502)
Converted farm building within the Cressbrook Hall estate. Open plan living area and all ground floor. Private garden and use of communal grounds. Pet-friendly. Tideswell 3 miles. (Ref. 957496)Last booked 1 hour ago
Outstanding three bedroom apartment set in the 18th century Cressbrook Mill, on the banks of the River Wye, in the village of Cressbrook. Bowling green on-site. Wonderful views over the stunning Monsal Dale. Tideswell 3 miles. (Ref. 934521)
A lovely tastefully styled stone-built cottage, conveniently located in the pretty village of Stoney Middleton. Lovely views and secure bike storage. Bakewell 5.5 miles. (Ref. 940662)
A lovely ground floor apartment. In the picturesque and historical village of Stoney Middleton in the heart of the Peak District National Park. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Bakewell 5.5 miles. (Ref. 930686)Last booked within the last 2 days
A truly stunning seven bedroom country mansion set in 6-acres of beautiful grounds with far-reaching views over the Peak National Park and Kinder Scout. Woodburners, en-suites, games room. Buxton 4 miles. (Ref. 934709)
Superb remote farmhouse with spectacular views over Monsal Valley, near hamlet of Priestcliffe. Sitting room & snug each with woodburning stove, spacious grounds. Bakewell 7 miles. (Ref. 2681)
Superb barn conversion in fabulous countryside. Wonderful glass frontage. Pet-friendly. Ideal for a family get-together. Bakewell 7 miles. (Ref. 926297)
Sunning detached farmhouse, beautiful location, woodburners, open fire, large garden, 5 bathrooms, WiFi. Ideal for walkers. Bakewell 7 miles. (Ref. 949124)
Lovely semi-detached cottage in Priestcliffe, within the National Park. Close to open moorland, wonderful views over the valley. Bakewell 7 miles. (Ref. 10489)
Please find below a selection of personally inspected holiday cottages in Castleton, Derbyshire. If you are looking for self catering cottages to rent in Castleton, Yorkshire, please click here.
For natural and historical wonders above and below ground,
unwind in one of our Castleton cottages nestling in the High
Peak's breathtaking Hope Valley. The setting is dramatic,
tucked snugly beneath Peveril Castle in the foothills of Mam Tor.
First stop at the Visitor Centre, where you'll find lots of
information, interactive displays and a small museum. Expect
fantastic walking, as well as rock climbing, mountain biking,
hang-gliding, pot-holing and more.
For unforgettable views, trek up to the imposing Norman castle,
protected by English Heritage, or climb the slopes of Mam Tor
crowned with an Iron Age hill fort. Walk the Pennine Way or enjoy
short, circular walks around the valley. If you're travelling
with children or need accessible routes, try the Castleton Geology
Trail or Historic Shopping Trail, with tearooms en-route offering
Spectacular caves close to your Castleton cottage...
Castleton is home to four amazing show caves. The Peak Cavern
and ancient rope works sits in the village centre and boasts the
biggest entrance in Europe. On the slopes down from Mam Tor are
Treak Cliff Cavern, renowned for its Blue John Stone and
extraordinary stalagmites and stalactites, and Blue John Mine, the
deepest of them all and famous for its stone and extensive cave
system. At the foot of Winnats Pass is Speedwell Cavern, where you
can enjoy an exciting boat ride along an underground canal and peer
down a 'bottomless pit'!
Come evening, look forward to relaxing in your Castleton cottage
or treat yourself to a meal out in one of the village's
inviting pubs. Our Peak District
cottages are perfect for families, couples or
individuals, at any time of the year.