The TOP 5 Cottage Stays in Peak District - Voyage Privé

The TOP 5 Cottage Stays in Peak District


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Are you searching for the perfect stay in the majestic Peak District? Choose luxury Peak District cottages or country hotels here at Voyage Privé!

Our best cottages in Peak District

1. The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow

The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow
This magnificent 18th-century stone-built hotel exudes cottage charm with individual rooms and coach house stays. As part of the Chatsworth Estate, you’re surrounded by glorious countryside and manicured gardens. The hotel itself boasts impressive antique interiors and an award-winning restaurant with garden views.

2. The Rutland Arms

The Rutland Arms
The Rutland Arms has been a local favourite in Bakewell for well over two centuries. A quintessential country house hotel, the interiors offer a blend of traditional and modern decor. The dining room, in particular, is a true delight, serving award-winning food in a regal setting.

3. Priest House 4*

Priest House 4*
This unique and eye-catching hotel is set on the idyllic banks of the River Trent. The hotel is built around cute cottages and a Norman mill tower that was first documented in 1086. The interiors are expectantly decadent with a 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant sourced from local farms and suppliers.

4. Manor House Hotel Alsager

Manor House Hotel Alsager
Enjoy a blissful stay in a quiet village with this hotel with easy access to the southern Peak District. The hotel boasts a range of premium services to help you relax, from award-winning restaurants to an indulgent spa. Rooms are cosy and contemporary in design, with en-suite bathrooms and countryside views.

5. Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club 4*

Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club 4*
Experience pampered luxury with this impressive country club hotel. Nestled on the border of the Peak District, this 13th-century hotel boasts sprawling gardens and an 18-hole golf course. More country castle than cottage, rooms are luxuriously decorated and offer gorgeous garden views.

Services will you find in our cottages in Peak District

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities
  • Flatscreen TVs
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Award-winning dining
  • Terraced bar
  • Pretty gardens
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa

Going on holiday in Peak District

The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow
The Peak District is a delightful national park all year round. Perks change with the seasons, offering everything from isolated hilltops to flourishing markets. Summer is the most popular period to visit, particularly during school holidays (late July to August). The weather is at its warmest, but iconic attractions, like Chatsworth House, can get very crowded. Accommodation prices also tend to rise with less availability. To avoid the footfall, visit during June and September when the weather is equally special. Spring is a preferable period for hikers, offering mild to warm weather to enjoy the scenic surroundings. Winter brings ethereal views but cold and wet weather. Wrap up warm and visit the region's fine historic towns and welcoming, warming pubs.

Hotel offers at Peak District convenient for all kind of travel

The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow
The Peak District has something for everyone, from relaxing retreats to rigorous hikes. Couples will discover immensely romantic landscapes and richly historic hotels and estates. Many of our hotels serve up award-winning menus that are the perfect end to a couple’s evening. Groups and families will discover a wealth of fine attractions too, ranging from regal estates to pretty gardens. Children, in particular, will adore exploring the ruins of Peveril Castle or heading out on scenic bike rides. While the Peak District isn’t suited for serious late-night revelry, towns like Buxton offer incredible craft beer breweries to sample.

The range of cottage and country hotels we offer at Peak District

  • Stone-built cottages
  • Historic cottages
  • Country manors
  • Country inns

Peak District: what should we bring for a hotel stay?

  • Charging cables
  • Guide book
  • Walking maps
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Breathable walking clothes
  • Pack-away towel
  • Evening attire
  • Sun tan lotion
  • Sunglasses

Your best hotel in Peak District: how to get there and make your booking

Priest House 4*

How to get to Peak District

The Peak District enjoys easy access to many major cities and an extensive network of buses and trains. In fact, this is among the most popular national parks in England because it is so easy to get to. Visitors from abroad will find international airports in Manchester and East Midlands, both of which offer onward train travel. Trains connect many areas of the Peak District via the Hope Valley, Derwent Valley, Glossop, Buxton and Huddersfield lines. While buses connect smaller villages, many visitors find cars favourable, especially when exploring the countryside. Summertime travellers can take advantage of the convenient Hope Valley Explorer hop-on bus.

How to book your hotel in Peak District

Priest House 4*
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Peak District

Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club 4*
Glittering lakes, ancient villages and opulent stately homes all converge in the Peak District. Perfect for hikers and bursting with history, it's a delightful escape that's suited to all ages. With a cottage escape, you'll be right in the centre of the action, ready for long walks or cosy cafes. At the centre of it all is the Peak District’s gorgeous landscape, a mix of limestone dales and blooming moorland.

Peak District – where ancient history meets Regency prestige

The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow
The Peak District is bursting with historical attractions that span the ages. Neolithic henges like Arbor Low can be visited alongside 11th-century keeps like Peveril Castle. For all its ancient history, the Peak District's most alluring attractions are the most over-the-top. Buxton Crescent & Thermal Spa offers a snapshot into the go-to spa town of 1854. Nothing screams pomp quite like Chatsworth House, the 15th-century manor that once imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots.

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