Nestled within the Peak District National Park is the attractive limestone village of Parwich with its traditional village green and pond at the heart of the community. This village has a pub on the green, a shop, church and village hall in addition to charming stone-built cottages. A number of the cottages and houses in Parwich have been converted to holiday lets that can be rented for a few days at a time. Each is ready to welcome guests.
Information on Cottage Holidays in Parwich
Book a self-catering break in Parwich
A number of the cottages and houses in Parwich have been converted to holiday lets that can be rented for a few days at a time. Each is ready to welcome guests.
The holiday lets can be reserved with a deposit and the balance for your holiday to be paid with a few weeks of arrival. Plan ahead and book the nicest holiday home that you can find near Parwich. It is such a pretty village, yet off the beaten track.
It would be lovely to stay here with your dogs, to walk out into the hills and return home to relax in front of the television. Each property is fitted out for holiday comfort with up-to-date bathrooms, kitchens and lounge areas.
The larger holiday homes near Parwich may have a hot tub in the back garden, a games room or play equipment in the garden for children.
Situated in White Peak hill country, visitors are treated to terrific scenery in this part of Derbyshire. Walkers and cyclists have many local routes to choose from, such as the Tissington Trail and the High Peak Trail, to get up close to the countryside. Outdoor sports are on offer within a few miles, such as sailing, horse riding and golf.
Attractions to Discover on a Cottage Break in Parwich
- It's not too far for a family day out at Alton Towers from Parwich, if the kids want to let off steam as this theme park being located only around 17 miles away.
- Ashbourne, seven miles away, is a delightful market town, with a cobbled square, historic buildings and independent shopping. Its thriving events calendar includes the famous annual Shrovetide football game.
- Bakewell is 13 miles from the village and is another historic market town. Enjoy riverside walks, shopping arcades and timber-framed buildings.
- The stunning landscapes of the Peak District National Park are to be found all around and are ideal for walking, cycling, photographing and wildlife watching.
Whether you plan to visit Parwich and the Peak District on a romantic break or a family holiday, we trust that you’ll have the best of times exploring this picturesque area of Derbyshire.
Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Parwich, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in Derbyshire.