places to stay in the Peak District

Peak District

The Cavendish Hotel outside
The Cavendish Hotel
Cottage with a hot tub Peak District
Dannah Cottages
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Dannah Farm Country House

Our Hotels

If you want to explore one of the country’s most beautiful natural parks and stay in complete luxury, we have Peak District hotels that are perfectly located. Situated in the north of Derbyshire, the Peak District also spills over into Cheshire, West and South Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Staffordshire.

Things to do in the Peak District

Defined by lush rolling hills, dense forests and vast moorland – there is something especially magical about the luscious landscapes and luxury hotels in the Peak District. Hidden among the moors and fells, you can find endless wildlife during your visit to any of our Peak District hotels. The landscape is a wild and untamed playground for outdoor activities such as cycling, walking and abseiling. But if you prefer not to muddy your shoes, there are many places to try out the local beers and home cooked dishes.

Out and About

The Peak District also boasts a rich heritage that can be discovered in the many museums and ancient sites. Prehistoric cave paintings, hilltop forts and stone circles are just some of the many wonders you can uncover on your travels. Or you can travel back to Roman times when you learn about the mining past.

We have Peak District hotels that are conveniently located for exploring the diverse countryside, or if you prefer to experience the culture, that can be arranged too. From theatres and galleries, to art centres and festivals, you will find yourself spoilt for choice.

Dotted throughout the Peak District there is a wealth of charming market towns and quaint villages to explore. The Pavilion Gardens in Buxton feature ornamental gardens, kid’s play areas, gallery and much more, perfect for an afternoon stroll. Alternatively, you might want to visit the historic market town of Chesterfield, which is one of the largest in the country and overflows with colourful produce. But if you love to walk around boutique and independent shops, the town of Leek has lots to offer.