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Popular holiday rental amenities in the Peak District
Our filters will help you find the ideal accommodation in Peak District National Park. Most of the properties in Peak District National Park include internet or gardens, which makes it a great holiday destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want a letting with a garden. You can also search for a property if you enjoy soaking in the hot tub , as 123 of the offers there include jacuzzis.
Price and Availability Index for Peak District National Park
Holiday Letting Price Information in the Peak District
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in the Peak District. The most expensive prices are in December (25/12 - 01/01). Prices reach an average of £320 per night. However, in January (22/01 - 29/01), prices decrease to an average of £95 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Peak District
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in the Peak District with the graph above. So far, the week with the least available rentals in the Peak District is in September (18/09 - 25/09). It is easier to find a rental during one week of January (01/01 - 08/01), when only 13% of the holiday lettings on offer are booked.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in the Peak District
More than a fifth of the listings (21.47%) in Peak District National Park are house rentals. They are the most prevalent holiday lettings on offer there. The average nightly cost of house rentals there is £197, and their size, on average, is 123 m². Furthermore, this category of property is usually an excellent option for medium-sized groups and families, since the majority of house rentals can accommodate at least 5 people. If you would prefer something else, you can compare many other offers, including hotel rooms, which are another popular property type in Peak District National Park. These properties cost £134 a night , on average, and have an average size of 20 m².
Explore the great outdoors with holiday cottages and cosy lodges in the Peak District
The natural beauty and romantic countryside of central England is well known, but there's plenty more to enjoy. Cosy holiday cottages and spacious lodges in the Peak District give you the comforts of home in a picturesque location, with wonderful walking trails at your doorstep. They also offer you the chance to taste the Peak District's rich culinary heritage and famous local products.
There's a huge variety of accommodation available in the Peak District. Choose from traditional, charming stone cottages, modern apartments, or rustic log cabins. Renting your own holiday letting will give you a comfortable base to make the most of the stunning landscapes.
How to get to Peak District National Park?
The Peak District: how to get there
You can reach the Peak District quickly and easily by train from neighbouring cities like Manchester, Sheffield, and Derby. From the south, the photogenic Derwent Valley Line runs from Derby to Matlock, while the spectacular Hope Valley Line connects Manchester and Sheffield through the north of Peak District National Park, stopping in several picturesque villages within the Hope, Derwent, and Edale Valleys. West of the national park, you can get a train from Manchester straight to Glossop or Buxton, and go on from there.
However, the best way to reach a cosy hideaway in the Peak District and have more freedom to explore is by car. If you want to take the train as far as possible, there are car hire companies in Glossop, Matlock, and Buxton at the edge of the national park. If driving from further afield, the M1 and the M6 provide easy access to the Peak District from either north or south. The centre of the Peak District National Park is less than 90min from Manchester City Centre, 45min from Sheffield, or an hour's drive from either Derby, Nottingham, or Stoke-on-Trent.
Where to find the best food in the Peak District?
Famous fare: what to eat in the Peak District
A cottage holiday in the Peak District doubles as a delicious food escape. Enjoy homely pubs, cute cafes, farmers markets, and highly renowned fine-dining restaurants showcasing the rich array of quality local produce. The chic Cocina at Casa Hotel is one such establishment, while the elegant, award-winning East Lodge Restaurant in Matlock presents traditional British fare. The Dining Hall at the World of Wedgwood offers contemporary cuisine based on the original Barlaston workers' canteen, which is served, of course, on the finest Wedgwood china. Head to The Cow at Dalbury Lees for an exquisite, award-winning luxury gastropub dinner, or visit the authentic old Roston Inn for an honest, hearty pub meal.
You shouldn't leave the Peak District without trying some of its many iconic local products. Top of the bill are Bakewell Tart and Bakewell Pudding, from the picturesque old market town of Bakewell on the River Wye. Buxton Pudding is another delectable local dessert. And no self-respecting gingerbread lover would miss a trip to Ashbourne to try its famous, treacle-filled treats at the Ashbourne Gingerbread Shop, which dates back to 1492. You'll find these tasty baked goods, along with fresh local produce, at bustling farmers markets every week or month in the towns of Buxton, Leek, Hathersage, Chesterfield, Wirksworth, Bakewell, Belper, Matlock, and Swadlincote.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Peak District National Park?
Art and history in Buxton: Regal homes and local theatre
Situated just outside the charming town of Buxton, Lyme Hall is the stately home was featured in the BBC's Pride and Prejudice. Take a stroll around its lavish gardens like Elizabeth Bennet, or marvel at the house's vast collection of art work and sculptures.
The Buxton Opera House is at the heart of the town. It regularly plays host to national touring operas like Tosca, and musicals such as Footloose. Their winter calendar features an array of pantomimes suitable for the whole family.
What are the best activities for families in the Peak District?
Underground exploring and animal encounters
Delve underground and explore the caves at Poole's Cavern. With frequent tours, you and your family can become intrepid adventurers for the afternoon.
Get close to all of your favourite animals at Peak Wildlife Park. Whether it's helping the park keepers at feeding time, or playing with a Humboldt penguin, it's bound to be a day the kids won't forget. If you plan on sticking around, a Peak Season Pass offers unlimited re-entry for a year.
Where are the unique attractions in the Peak District?
Outdoor adventures: Hiking and cycling in the Peak District
Dovedale is in the midst of the Peak District's rolling hills. Little ones (or the young at heart) can traverse the stepping stones across the River Dove. For avid hikers, the trail up to Thorpe Cloud hill begins at the car park. At its peak expect spectacular views across Derbyshire.
The idyllic Monsal trail is 8.5 miles long and runs from Bakewell to just east of Buxton. It's a great day out for a leisurely walk or an adventurous afternoon of cycling with the family. Bikes can be rented at the beginning of the trail.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in the Peak District?
On average, a House rentals or Hotel rooms in the Peak District costs £39 per night.
How many holiday homes are available to book in the Peak District?
There are currently 3802 holiday homes in the Peak District to browse and book for your next trip.
What is the most popular holiday home amenity in the Peak District?
The top three amenities our customers choose for holiday rentals in the Peak District are internet, gardens and TVs.
How many holiday homes are on offer in the Peak District?
Holidaymakers looking for accommodation in the Peak District will be pleased to know that there are 3802 options on offer, with prices starting from just £39 per night.
What's the best time of year to travel to Peak District National Park?
July and August are the warmest months in the Peak District, while April and May have the least rain.
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