Self catering holiday cottages to rent in Penistone, Yorkshire, England

Book a cottage break in the traditional Yorkshire town of Penistone and enjoy discovering some fascinating places on days out.  Reputed to be the highest market town in England and located less than 5 miles from the Peak District National Park and close to the Pennines, this area is bound to appeal to holidaymakers who enjoy walking, hiking and outdoor pursuits.

About Self-Catering Holidays in Penistone

Whilst holidaying in the area, discover the Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park and impressive beauty spots like Winnats Pass and Mams Tor, only around half an hour’s drive from Penistone.

A major attraction in this area is Bronte country; an area associated with the famous Bronte sisters. Hathersage is at the heart of Bronte country and is just 19 miles from Penistone.

Also worth a visit is the pretty market town of Bakewell which is around 28 miles from Penistone.  Close to Bakewell and not to be missed is the traffic-free Monsal Trail cycle route where you can enjoy excellent cycling.

For a wonderful cottage holiday where you can explore the great outdoors and discover some of the best of Derbyshire and Yorkshire, a stay in Penistone comes highly recommended.  Whether you opt to rent a barn conversion, a country cottage, a log cabin or even a large country house, this is a lovely part of Northern England to discover on a self-catering break.

Book a Penistone cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Yorkshire on holiday.

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Rope Makers Cottage, Penistone, Yorkshire, Northern England, England

4 bedroom Stone-Built Cottage

sleeps 1 - 8 guests
1 - 8
4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 3 dog(s) welcome

Pet-friendly 4 bedroom holiday house with hot tub, situated very close to the Peak District National Park (3 pet pooches welcome).

Special features: free internet access, games room, outdoor hot tub.

Weekly Price from: £1425
Next availability:
from 07 December to 23 December 21 from 25 February to 15 April 22