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Holiday Accommodation Peak District


Occupying an easily-accessible large chunk of middle England, the Peak District is increasing in popularity to visitors who can enjoy the diverse landscape, be entertained by activities and attractions and yet find peace and solitude in picturesque countryside.

Whether you are a fortunate resident in the
Peak District National Park, or your visit is restricted to a few precious hours, a short break or a longer holiday, there are a rich variety of places to see and things to do as well as a multitude of places to stay.

Some visitors find self-catering holiday cottages to be the perfect solution as this allows freedom from a fixed schedule and the chance to relax and to please yourself. For solo travellers in search of solitude, couples and families or large groups and gatherings there is self-catering accommodation to suit any size and budget. Visit
www.holidaycottages-peakdistrict.co.uk to browse through a very long list which can be narrowed to searching for holiday cottages by price, facilities, location and size.
The Peak District is home to a host of excellent hotels from the standard to the superb the modest to majestic! www.hotels-peakdistrict.co.uk has a range of excellent hostelries and a unique search option for hotels by facilities, location or by name. Visit www.peakdistrict-luxuryhotels.co.uk to see the top of the range and the elite establishments for that ‘something special’ hotel experience!
There are said to be 1,600 miles of public rights of way and 58 miles of dedicated off-road cycle trails in the Peak District National Park, offering walkers and cyclists the chance to explore. But for the ultimate in fresh air there is nothing to compare with a stay down on the farm! Whether you prefer bed & breakfast, bunk barns or self-catering cottages,
www.peakdistrict-farmaccommodation.co.uk can fulfil your dreams of seeing lambs at play, cows in the meadow or hens happily foraging for food around the farmyard. Self-catering covers a multichoice spectrum of holiday accommodation from quaint cottages and serviced apartments to town houses, barn conversions, character properties and luxury country houses where you can play ‘mine host’ or indulge in ‘country living’ as honorary self-catering residents.

www.peakdistrict-selfcatering.co.uk allows you to search for self-catering by size, type or village location to ease you through the dilemma of which one to choose, whilst www.peakdistrict-luxurycottages.co.uk lists the distinctive, the special, the truly luxurious and the distinguished in a choice of size, type or alphabetical village location for luxury cottages from Alport to Youlgreave.
Traditional bed and breakfast will always be popular to those visitors who prefer affordable comfort and a ‘Full English’ start to the day without the commitment of a long-term stay. From farms to town houses, basic board to a taste of luxury,
www.peakdistrict-bedandbreakfast.co.uk has a comprehensive listing of bed and breakfast establishments village by village. There is nothing quite like sleeping under canvas and settling down to the peace and quiet of the countryside on a campsite, only to be awakened by a dawn chorus! With tents now available in sizes from ‘one-man’ to ‘multi-modular’, camping can be an outdoor experience for all the family to enjoy. www.peakdistrict-campsites.co.uk can provide you with all the best campsites to put up your tent whether at the back of beyond or next to a pub!
What good fun it can be to have a group gathering of the clan, a corporate get together, a friends reunion or a family wedding, but where do you find enough beds for the night? www.peakdistrict-groupaccommodation.co.uk can help you in your quest with search options for groups of 6-12, 12-20 and even 20+ to cater for.
Not everybody likes to leave their family pet at home when they escape to the country. What better way to spend a holiday than to share the occasion with your pets. Walking the Derbyshire hills with your faithful dog or even riding along bridleways on your trusty steed can provide enjoyment and happy memories to treasure. Visit
www.peakdistrict-petfriendly.co.uk to find suitable pet friendly accommodation where your furry friends will be made as welcome as you are. Minimising carbon footprints and eating quality local food and produce is all the rage with Farmers Markets now being held all around the country. www.farmers-markets.co.uk will not only forage through Peak District and Derbyshire Farmers Markets, but there is also the option to search by county and town as well as finding out which are the most famous Farmers Markets in the land. And if you want to know more about Peak District Agriculture and what Derbyshire grows and produces as well as livestock, poultry and provisions, then www.peakdistrictfarming.co.uk is an extensive listing of Peak District farms, farming news and farmers views.The Peak District has some of the most popular climbing areas in the whole of the UK, from rugged gritstone escarpments, smooth eroded limestone overhangs or exciting glacially formed Edges with names such as Chee Dale, Cratcliffe Tor and Wild Cat Crags to inspire and excite.

www.peakdistrict-rockclimbing.co.uk is packed with information, advice and assistance to help rock climbers reach the summit. However, if your aim is to reach the skies, then www.peakdistricthelicopters.co.uk might be more appropriate. Here you can find out about pleasure flights and corporate helicopter hire over the Peak District and South Yorkshire. Versatile and functional, helicopters are unique and unrivalled for use in aerial filming and surveys and can also be chartered for training or used in awkward lifting projects.
In 1954 the Peak District National Park Warden Service was established with just one full-time warden and a handful of volunteers. Later the title Warden was replaced by Ranger, and to date there are 8 full-time Rangers managing 14 designated areas together with around 300 part-time rangers and volunteers. Rangers are the guardians of the National Park dealing with environmental issues, land management and preservation, community issues and visitor access and problems.
www.peakdistrictrangers.co.uk has sections from access to education, managing volunteers to maintenance of footpaths.
Whether you are a long distance rambler, a hilltop hiker, a Sunday stroller, a fanciful footslogger or an enthusiastic pedestrian preferring to explore urban or village life, walking in the Peak District is for you. www.peakdistrict-walking.co.uk contains a selection of Peak District walks to suit all abilities together with a Walkers Forum and walking news. With such a diverse landscape to explore and with clearly marked paths and tracks it is easy to see why so many visitors to the Peak District find walking enjoyable and feel safe to roam and explore.
Just one click can capture and captivate a Peak District feature, a breath-taking view, a magical moment or a simply hilarious snap! The aim of
www.peakdistrict-photography.co.uk is to bring together Peak District photographers who have a mutual passion for taking photographs. It provides listings for various camera clubs, photographic stockists and suppliers as well as the opportunity to display and share photographs and to enter a monthly photographic competition.
So you now want to settle in the Peak District and make it your permanent home, or maybe you already live here but feel the need to move.


www.peakdistrictproperties.co.uk provides up-to-date information on Peak District properties for sale and for rent and you can narrow your search by area, type, value or agent. See also the Home Improvement Advice Centre for demanding DIY projects and problems associated with Peak District properties.


The Ashford Arms hotel offers quality accommodation and good food in the Peak District National Park   The Ashford Arms is a village inn dating from Napoleonic times, set in the pretty and...
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