5 Star Cottages Peak District

5 Star Cottages in the Peak District: What's to see and do?

Aug 15, 2018

The Peaks and Peaks of a glorious National Park

There’s so much to see and do in The Peak District, you’ll need to plan your trip carefully. Here’s our quick guide to just a few things you might like to consider for your luxury cottage holiday in this glorious part of the UK.


Walking

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Undoubtedly one of the main reasons for visiting the Peak District with some of the best walks in the country. From a peaceful stroll in the countryside to hiking Kinder Scout, the highest peak in the National Park, the Peak District has suitable routes for every ability.


With views that really must be seen to be believed, dramatic landscapes, deep valleys and serene lakes, walking here is an adventure filled with fresh air and nature perfect for recharging those batteries.


Historic Buildings

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The Peak District is an area steeped in history. Whether you choose to visit estates such as the infamous Chatsworth, one of the many National Trust properties such as Eyam Hall or Hardwick Hall, or perhaps the English Heritage castles like Bolsover and Peveril, you’ll be guaranteed a fascinating day out.


Derbyshire is the well-known birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Visit Arkwright's Cromford Mill, part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, where you can to see the world’s first water powered cotton mill.


Food & Drink

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All of that walking and sight-seeing can build up a healthy appetite and sampling local produce and food is a must when visiting the Peak District. You’ll be spoilt for choice of where to go with a fantastic range of traditional tea rooms, gastropubs, cosy inns, and first-class restaurants.


Nothing beats a local market for the freshest of produce. Don’t forget to sample the famous Bakewell Pudding, local cheese made in the village of Hartington, or local oatcakes - and see if you can taste the difference between those made in Derbyshire or Staffordshire.


With more and more micro-breweries popping up all over the Peak District you’ll never be too far away from a local ale – or two!


5 Star Cottages in The Peak District
We hope this has whetted your appetite for the area. The next thing on the list is to choose your perfect cottage; luckily, we’re on hand to help!


We have a range of 5 Star Cottages in the Peak District for you to browse through. Check your dates and send our owners an enquiry, who’ll be only too pleased to help with your booking.

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