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Caverswall Castle

Caverswall Castle

     
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    During your stay at Caverswall Castle, you'll be close to Parkhall Country Park. Features include free breakfast, free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking. This castle has 11 rooms. All rooms offer free wired Internet and premium bedding.

    Stay somewhere amazing with Peak District Castles

    You certainly won't be short of stories to share on social media if you opt to bed down in Peak District Castles. These are among the most breathtaking and enthralling stays you can pick in the whole destination. Steeped in centuries of history, they ooze tales of past power struggles and rich dynasties. And there's certainly no lack of character, making them something special. With vaulted ceilings and grand dining halls, shadowy wine cellars and elegant architectural touches that transport you back in time, you might want to keep the camera handy.

    And that's just the beginning. Holiday castles in Peak District tend to go the extra mile with service and style. In an attempt to forge an experience, not just an accommodation type, you'll often find they have features that cater to the culture-loving traveller. That might mean gourmet tasting menus come evening. It might mean wine-tasting sessions. It might mean historic walking tours of the age-old grounds. Just be ready for a stay you're not likely to forget in a hurry.

    Peak District Castles are venues to remember

    Calling all brides or grooms to be – Peak District Castles could offer the perfect backdrop for your special day. With their abundance of character and style, these sorts of opulent stays are the natural place to find events spaces and big dining halls. Throw in sprawling grounds with manicured gardens packed with blooming flowers and babbling water features and it's easy to see why they're so popular with folk getting hitched. And that's not even mentioning the romance of the grand medieval suites that often hide within – a prime honeymoon pad, perhaps?

    Luxuries aplenty in Peak District Castles

    It's likely that you won't have to look far to find the luxuries that really make Castles stand out from the crowd. As if soaring towers and fascinating architecture isn't enough, establishments like this are famed for packing in swimming pools and steamy spa facilities, sunning terraces and even art galleries. Don't be surprised if you find things like that as you wander the halls and grounds of your place in Peak District. Just remember that a massage, a pampering session or a relaxing dip are always possibilities.

    Search ebookers to choose the best Peak District Castles

    It's certainly true that holiday castles are a little trickier to find than your conventional hotel. That's simply because they're castles – there aren't so many knocking about these days. Thankfully, ebookers has made it super-easy to track down these sorts of stays. Our advanced travel map can reveal all of the grand chateaus and fortresses that have been converted into hotels in and around Peak District. You'll be able to zoom in and out to pinpoint the ones with the setting that suits you the most. And you can filter the results to home in on pads with pools and spas, on-site restaurants and fitness centres.

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