With stunning scenery, charming villages and a huge array of places to stay in the Peak District, you’re sure to find your ideal accommodation to help make your holiday an unforgettable one.
Looking for the perfect Peak District accommodation? Whether you choose a romantic cottage retreat in Bakewell, a barn conversion in Whaley Bridge or a grand country house in Matlock, you are sure to find the perfect holiday accommodation in the Peak District with us.
By booking a Peak District holiday, you are sure to be just moments away from open countryside, a plethora of things to see and do, as well as a number of cosy towns and sleepy villages awaiting to be enjoyed. So be sure to browse our places to stay in the Peak District and discover the best of what the region has to offer.
Your stay in the Peak District, a breath-taking, unspoilt part of England is sure to be memorable when you book your holiday accommodation with us; see below our selection of where to stay in the Peak District…
Boasting winding cobbled streets and a fascinating Georgian and Tudor heritage, Ashbourne is an unforgettable Derbyshire market town.
Home of the delicious Bakewell Pudding, this charming market town is full of tempting treats to enjoy, from confectionary to scenic river walks to fascinating medieval architecture.
Buxton is the highest town in England and one of the most popular destinations in the Peak District, with fascinating architecture, a rich history and offers easy access to the National Park.
Step back in time with a visit to the wonderful Eyam, famous for its conquering of the black plague in the 17th century, this town has a fascinating history waiting to be uncovered.
A historical village in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Hathersage overlooks the awe-inspiring Hope Valley and has close connections with well-known author Charlotte Bronte.
The location for the filming of ‘Last of the Summer Wine’, Holmfirth nestles in the astounding Holme Valley and offers superlative facilities for walkers and wildlife lovers.
Resting on the outskirts of the Peak District, enjoy spectacular views of the National Park and enjoy exploring the outdoors with a spot of adventure, from cable car rides to underground caves.
The tranquil village of Whaley Bridge is often referred to as the Gateway to the Goyt Valley, with the River Goyt running straight through it.
An attractive market town brimming with rich history and heritage, which includes strong industrial connections, Wirksworth is a fascinating town for a Derbyshire getaway.