Find the perfect Cottage in the Peak District

Derbyshire Cottages has one of the finest selections of Peak District cottages available with over 300 holiday cottages, houses, lodges and apartments. Our cottages are located in popular areas such as Glossop, Hope Valley, Buxton and Bakewell, Matlock, Dovedale and Ashbourne.

Our portfolio of self-catering accommodation in beautiful and varied landscapes also includes a large number of pet friendly cottages, cottages with hot tubs and a growing number of cottages with free Wi-Fi.

Each and every cottage is VisitEngland inspected and must achieve at least a 3 star grading within their quality assurance scheme before being included within our portfolio.

From the rugged wilderness of the High Peak to the gentler limestone plateau of the Derbyshire Dales, there are plenty of beautiful and varied landscapes to admire and discover and there is plenty you’ll be able to get stuck into.

So if you’re looking for a great choice of holiday cottages in the picturesque Peak District, or a break in some of the less well known areas within the region, you’ll surely find it.

Things to Do in the Peak District

With its breath-taking sceneries and dynamic market towns, the Peak District has something to offer for everyone. Families will find things to do all over the region come rain or shine. By staying in places like Buxton you’ll enjoy being on the doorstep of the great outdoors as well as grand buildings like The Crescent or the Pavilion Gardens that overlook the Edwardian Opera House.

Needless to point out that the Peak District National Park should be on your list of places to go, covering 14400 km2 over Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and South and West Yorkshire and numerous villages. Step into this thriving cultural scene and be at the heart of this world of contrasting natural beauty, with its moors and dales, rivers, springs and caverns and its breath-taking views.

The Peak District offers many walk trails, cycling trails and horse-riding trails where you can take in views of the spectacular protected scenery. Try the Macclesfield forest walk, a great place to enjoy a quiet forest walk with paths and bridleways suitable for horse riding and cycling. The Limestone Way, a 46 mile route that starts from Castleton and crosses the amazing White Peak landscape which will take you through delightful villages and the beautiful scenery at the heart of the Peak District.