There are many wonderful cottages to visit within the bounds of the National Peak District. We've selected a few of the more interesting peak district cottages instead of the more popular.
Peak District Cottages
By Michael Holloway (Peak Soap Director & Founder) : Updated 19.05.2022
There are many wonderful cottages to visit within the bounds of the National Peak District. We've selected a few of the more interesting peak district cottages instead of the more popular. All with excellent facilities, good insulation, heating and convenient amenities so you can enjoy your stay in the sometimes rainy! district in warm surroundings.
Stores Hill Cottage - Youlgrave
A boutique holiday cottage in the heart of Youlgreave. Dog and child friendly! Built in 1750 this original stone cottage with its timber beams has been renovated with stylish interiors. Two bedrooms, a private yard, free parking, full amenities and Derbyshire dales on your doorstep.
Nancy Shepherds Hut - Wincle
Charming shepherds hut located on a working sheep farm situated in a peaceful and tranquil setting, Wincle, benefitting from lovely countryside views, a wonderful escape.
Derby Cottage - Monyash
Enjoying a rural location on the edge of the quaint village of Monyash. Make the most of the sunny gardens with a BBQ and direct access to walks and cycle routes through beautiful scenery.
Ewe Lodge - Ashbourne
This lodge is nestled in a special spot, the views have to be seen to be believed. Perfect romantic retreat with a wood burner for those chillier evenings. One bedroom, open-plan lounge/kitchen/dining.
Old Masson Barn - Matlock
Commanding a wonderful hillside position overlooking the Derwent Valley and Chatsworth in the distance and nestled in a rural location. Amenities found in the nearby towns of Matlock and Bakewell.
The Old Billiard Room - Glossop
Standing in five acres of the owners’ beautiful grounds of Moorfield House this former billiard hall is tucked away in the mature gardens, providing a relaxing escape with surrounding countryside.