WHERE TO STAY IN THE PEAK DISTRICT
Find over 500 great places to stay in the Peak District & Derbyshire right here. The area has a fantastic selection of accommodation and you'll be spoilt for choice of where to stay in the Peak District.
Select the Peak District accommodation of your choice to carry out a detailed search of current availability: Self Catering, Hotels, cosy B&Bs, Camping and Caravanning. With so many possibilities to search through, contact direct or book online, you will be sure to find accommodation in the Peak District that meets your holiday needs.
Palace Hotel Buxton
Marriott Breadsall Priory
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Self-catering with 1 unit, £300-£550 pupw sleeps 1-4, Bakewell, 01433 631076
A historic grade 2 listed building, retaining much of its orginal features & charm. Well fitted out & decorated to a high standard. Superb panoramic views accross Ashford from the terrace. Excellent walks to the Monsal Trail and Bakewell.
Bed & Breakfast with 3 rooms, £77-£110 prpnb, Eyam, 01433 631076
A TOP QUALITY AWARD WINNING LUXURY B & B. An impressive former 17th Century Farmhouse situated within the tranquil hamlet of Bretton, surrounded by the most spectacular and breathtaking panoramic views of the Derbyshire Countryside.
Bed & Breakfast with 2 rooms, £32 pppnb, Bakewell, 01298 871752
Beacon House is in a unique position with magnificent views over Cressbrook Dale and conservation area. Quietly situated on the edge of the village. Convenient Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Eyam, caves and with walks from the door.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £299-£495 pupw sleeps 1-5, Hayfield, 01663 750373
A luxurious converted stone barn with 2 En-suite shower rooms, open plan living, stone floor and a fantastic view. The Director of the BBC drama 'THE VILLAGE' stayed here while filming in Hayfield, great for walking, cycling or relaxing.
Self-catering with 2 units, £0-£390 pupw sleeps 2, Eyam, 01433 631254
Well equipped 17th/18th century beamed cottages of great quality, character and comfort. Fern cottage stands at the centre of conservation village, Brosterfield enjoys open views within farmland on perimeter.