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Places to stay in and around the Peak District National Park of Derbyshire.
The Peak District attracts visitors because of the wide variety of holiday options, conference centres and corporate events. Come to the Derbyshire Peak District to explore the stately homes and gardens, visit towns and villages, walk the hundreds of miles of footpaths, climb on the world-renowned gritstone crags, enjoy the road cycling, off-road mountain biking or experience the many other outdoor activities practised in the area. If you are looking for hotel accommodation for your holiday, whether that is in the Peak District or further afield then take a look at the Trivago hotel comparison website. Trivago allows you to search a database of well over half a million hotels worldwide!
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Whether you stay for a weekend or for a week or two, there is a good choice of accommodation. We offer a selection of Peak District and Derbyshire hotels, bed and breakfast (B&B) guest houses and self-catering accommodation to help you to choose. Some have online booking. An increasing number of B&Bs offer breakfasts made from local Peak District and Derbyshire produce To help you find your ideal holiday accommodation follow these links ...
- All Peak District accommodation on the site
- Bed and Breakfast accommodation (includes hotels, guest houses and farm house B&B)
- Hotel accommodation (excludes Guest House and farmhouse B&B accommodation,click here - leaves site - Booking.com)
- Self-catering cottage accommodation
- Peak District and Derbyshire Hotels list - click here, leaves site - Booking.com
- Peak District hotels with online booking click here
- Peak District Pet Friendly holiday cottages, hotels, bed and breakfasts
- Accommodation for large groups up to 44
Alternatively, if you know which part of the Peak District you want to visit, the following show all types of accommodation ...
- North west Peak District accommodation
- North East Peak District accommodation
- South West Peak District accommodation
- South East Peak District accommodation
- Not sure where to stay or what towns and villages are in each part (opens
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Peak District outline map (clickable to give information about each sector)
If you are looking for specific sizes of self-catering cottages for rent ...
- Cottages sleeping 1 or 2
- Cottages sleeping up to 3
- Cottages sleeping up to 4
- Cottages sleeping up to 5
- Cottages sleeping up to 6
- Cottages sleeping up to 7
- Cottages sleeping up to 8
- Cottages sleeping 9 - 12
- Large Cottages (sleep over 12)
If those do not help you to find the accommodation you want, use the search boxes above, for example if you want to spend your holiday near Bakewell, type in Bakewell and the search will bring up properties that are in and around Bakewell. Or, if you are looking for accommodation close to an attraction e.g. Dove Dale or Chatsworth, you can search for that too.
Further accommodation search options:
Taxi du Minervois Bezier - Operating to & from airports and train stations of Carcassonne, Toulouse, Montpellier, Perpignan, Narbonne, Beziers. Mazamet or any other location of your choice in the Minervois/Languedoc/south of France.
Links to other sites:
Looking for accommodation in Yorkshire - Stackstead farm near Ingleton is an ideal place for walkers, geologists, naturalists or other outdoor enthusiasts. Alternatively, take a look at the following caravan site web sites in Yorkshire and Scotland ...
Peak Cottages direct - communal site advertising cottages in the Peak District.
Why choose holiday accommodation in the Peak District?
Firstly, the area. It is at the southern end of the Pennines where it meets the lowlands of the Midlands, the Cheshire plain and the eastern lowlands of S Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. Consequently, the Peak District offers the visitor a great deal of variety of scenery. This ranges from gentle rolling farmland to wild moorland. Despite the name, there are very few peaks as such but a lot of the region is over 1000 feet above sea level. That doesn't sound particularly high but in UK terms, it is!
The variety of accommodation is astonishing. You can find luxury B&B guest houses, grand 5 star self catering properties from as few as two people to large groubs of 20 or more. At the other end of the scale are the very basic camp sites which are little more than a field, one toilet between everyone (Eric Byne camp site) and if you want hot water you have to heat it yourself! Amongst the other Peak District accommodation are budget hotels, posh hotels, bunkhouses, pine lodges, mobile homes, static caravans in pub car parks and caravan sites for touring caravans.
So you can be sure that you will find something to suit your tastes and budget if you are looking for Peak District Accommodation.