Escape together on a romantic break in the Peak District and Derbyshire and fall head over heels for beautiful landscapes, dramatic countryside, quaint towns and villages and unique places to stay. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion, looking for places to stay this Valentine's Day or you simply want to whisk your loved one away on a romantic break, you’ll find something to thrill your hearts at these romantic accommodation choices.

Losehill House Hotel

Losehill House Hotel and Spa, Hope

Romantic souls will adore the awe-inspiring views from the secluded Losehill House Hotel & Spa, in the heart of the Hope Valley. With a stunning outlook over Win Hill, the hotel is just a short walk from Hope and near to the scenic villages of Castleton and Edale, in the midst of some of the best walking country in England. It’s the perfect spot for a relaxing escape, with an award-winning restaurant and beautiful Thalgo Spa. Don’t miss the outdoor hot tub - a treat in every season!

Landal Darwin Forest

Landal Darwin Forest, Matlock

Whisk your loved one away on a rural retreat to Landal Darwin Forest near Matlock and admire the magical woodland surroundings from your very own hot tub. Hire bikes on-site and explore acres of forest trails on two wheels, or simply wander the footpaths before relaxing in your luxury lodge, with all the home-from-home comforts you need. All lodges boast beautiful views and spa lodges even have their own hot tubs. There’s also a swimming pool, spa, gym and beauty rooms on site for the ultimate relaxing experience.

Old Hall Buxton

Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

Step back in time and experience the Peak District in style on a romantic break at one of England’s oldest hotels. Situated at the heart of this beautiful spa town, which is famous for its amazing Georgian and Victorian achitecture, the hotel is opposite Buxton’s striking Opera House, so you can catch a show before staying the night. The Old Hall is bursting with ancient charm and character with an elegant restaurant, atmospheric bar and romantic rooms including the four-poster ‘Mary’s Bower’ (where Mary Queen of Scots stayed during her time in captivity).

Candlelight Cottage

Candlelight Cottage, Litton

If you simply want to get away from it all, Candlelight Cottage is a peaceful haven in one of the Peak District’s most picturesque villages. Boasting oak beams, a roaring fire and plenty of 18th century charm, the cottage was rated 5 star Gold by VisitEngland and overlooks the pretty village green. If you do manage to venture out from the cosy surroundings, you’ll find yourself ideally located for sightseeing, hiking, cycling and mountain biking straight from the door of the cottage.

Hoe Grange

Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington

Enjoy a romantic getaway to Hoe Grange on the very edge of the High Peak Trail, and immerse yourself in countryside walks through rolling limestone dales before warming up in a cosy log cabin, glamping pod or unique gypsy caravan. Carsington Water, Nine Ladies Stone Circle, Ilam Park and Dovedale – with its romantic stepping stones – are all less than 5 miles away.

Oaker Farm Cottagr

Oaker Farm Holiday Cottages and Haddy's Hut, Hope

Escape to the countryside with that special someone and choose a romantic break in a lovingly-converted farm cottage or a luxury shepherd’s hut. Situated at the foot of Losehill, Oaker Farm is surrounded by stunning scenery and is set within some of the UK's most popular walking country. The much-loved Great Ridge walk from Castleton to Losehill starts just a stone’s throw away, whilst the famous Pennine Way long-distance route starts in nearby Edale. For views that will take your breath away, head to the top of nearby Kinder Scout – the highest point in the Peak District.

Bolehill

Bolehill Farm Cottages, near Bakewell

Just a short walk from one of the Peak District’s prettiest beauty spots, Lathkill Dale, these traditional self-catering cottages are perfectly placed for exploring the White Peak. Enjoy routes on some of the Farm's own handy walking guides which are given to guests. From the doorstep walk to picturesque Over Haddon or Monyash; take a short stroll across fields to one of two great local pubs; soak up the views from Monsal Head (just 4 miles away) or walk the short distance into Bakewell – the charming ‘Capital of the Peak District’.

Bretton Cottage

Bretton Cottage, Eyam

Spend quality time together on a break at this beautiful Bed and Breakfast, set high on a ridge overlooking Eyam and Foolow. Bretton Cottage is surrounded by wild flower meadows, woodland areas and moorland. In this 17th century farmhouse you’ll find spacious and luxuriously-furnished rooms with great views, plus a tasty breakfast menu boasting locally-sourced, predominantly organic food. The B&B is well-situated close to good dining pubs and restaurants, with plenty of private parking. No visit would be complete without a wander round the famous ‘Plague Village’ of Eyam.

Hayfield Camping and Caravanning

Hayfield Camping and Caravanning Club Site

From incredible sunrises and sunsets to soaking up beautiful scenery, camping can be a truly romantic experience. At the foot of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park, Hayfield is the starting point of some of the area's most stunning walks, where you can enjoy anything from a gentle stroll to a more challenging climb up Kinder Scout. Plan a stay at The Camping and Caravanning Club's beautiful Hayfield Club Site (open 1st March-2nd November 2020) and you'll get the best of both worlds; great facilities coupled with incredible countryside surroundings.
The village of Hayfield is a 15-minute stream-side stroll away, whilst a walk up Lantern Pike rewards you with a 360 vista over seven counties!
 

East Lodge Hotel and Restaurant

East Lodge Hotel and Restaurant, Rowsley

This elegant country house hotel is surrpunded by 10 acres of landscaped water gardens. With 12 delightful luxury bedrooms, a restaurant and charming Garden Room bar, it’s the perfect place to spoil your loved one. It's also in a picture-perfect location, halfway between Matlock and Bakewell and less than 10 minutes' drive from Chatsworth and Haddon Hall. Spend the day exploring stately homes, stunning countryside and traditional towns and villages, before indulging in a romantic meal or quintessentially English afternoon tea in the elegant restaurant.


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