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Your Dream Holiday Cottage In The Peak District

The rich diversity of scenery can be divided into the White Peak (the dales) and the Dark Peak (the uplands). Together with a rich cultural background of stately homes, ancient lead mines, picturesque watermills, a network of old packhorse ways, and many towns / villages to explore, it is clear why the Peak District has become the most visited National Park in the world.

Peak Cottages has a large selection of quality self catering accommodation throughout the Peak District National Park and its borders.

You can find a holiday cottage, farmhouse, barn conversion, or apartment to suit your needs quickly and easily by using our property search, or browse through our holiday property index.

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Thorpe Cottage, Ashford in the Water

10% Discount on all holidays taken in June/ August 2015 - 1 Bedroom- The 300-year-old Grade II listed cottage lies in the heart of this popular Peak District village, on the River Wye and a short distance from the market town of Bakewell. This pretty riverside village is no only rich in character but offers a cafe, bars and an excellent village shop. The Monsal Trail runs by the village into Monsal Dale where you can walk or cycle the old railway tracks, the tunnels having only recently been reopened. The historic grounds of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are only a short drive away.
  • Beds: 1 double
  • Cyclists and walkers welcome
  • Gas burning stove
  • Dryer, fridge w/ freezer
  • Hair dryer available
  • DVD/ Hi-Fi/ TV (2)/ Radio
  • Garden furniture, external lighting
  • External storage
  • Trout fishing - license required
  • Sorry no pets
  • Parking close by on road

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Featured Attraction

Chatsworth House

‘Britain’s best loved stately home’ is just one of the many accolades heaped on Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and described in guidebooks as the ‘Palace of the Peak’.  

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