We stayed here in the feb half term , we booked the pirate room . My little one and we loved every bit of it . Only negative was even though there was a wall heating the room was very cold in the night and kids bunkers were cold too. The staff have been very helpful and moved us to wizard room the ...
Forget tooting traffic, never mind the bustle of pavement crowds or the hubbub of department stores. A stay in a Peak District cabin is your chance to experience the wilder side of this enthralling destination.
You'll find most Cabins pepper the less-trodden corners of Peak District. They're a ticket to places that many travellers will overlook, or at least a ticket to somewhere where you can really enjoy immersion in a more natural, less urban, environment. That could mean a cosy pad in a forest park or a bolthole surrounded by greenery. It could mean a secluded shelter enveloped by hiking paths or just somewhere serene and peaceful where morning meditation sessions and outdoorsy enjoyments are part of every day.
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Because they trade in busy tourist attractions and museums for a bona fide adventure in the outdoors, it's hardly a surprise that Peak District Cabins are a top pick for families. It's possible to find these sorts of stays loaded with self-catering kitchens and cosy lounge spaces, picturesque patios, BBQ equipment and big gardens. It's also common to see holiday cabins being part of a complex of other similar accommodation, meaning you could find somewhere with communal facilities like playgrounds, games rooms and the like.
When it comes to beds, Peak District Cabins could just cover all bases. There are some that are primed for travelling couples, compact and cosy and ready to crank up the romance. There are some that are great for larger groups, touting a handful of separate bedrooms with bunks and doubles alike. The latter are what make a cabin stay such a family favourite. You could find somewhere that'll host the whole troop under the same roof, all right on the doorstep of a forest, a lake or something else that makes the more natural side of Peak District such an enticing place for an escape from the city.
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Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Chatsworth House and within 6 miles (10 km) of Peak District National Park Authority and Newholme Hospital. All Saints Church and Eyam Hall are also within 6 miles (10 km).
Location was fantastic, such a beautiful building. Rooms could definitely do with a refurb, they are quite dated, and floors are very uneven. Breakfast was yummy, couldn’t fault the food or the service, staff extremely helpful and friendly.
Situated in a national park, this bed & breakfast is within 6 miles (10 km) of Haddon Hall Manor, All Saints Church and Newholme Hospital. Chatsworth House and Peak District National Park Authority are also within 9 miles (15 km).