Self catering cottages Hope Valley, Peak District, Derbyshire

2 rental properties match your search for Self catering cottages Hope Valley Peak District Derbyshire

Courtyard Barn, Tideswell (near Sheffield/Buxton/Chesterfield), Tideswell, Derbyshire, Peak District, England

8 bedroom Large Barn Convertion with lots of character

sleeps 16 - 20 guests
16 - 20
8 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 5 dog(s) welcome

Fantastic holiday barn conversion located within the Peak District National Park, featuring a games room with table tennis, table football and dance floor, making this an excellent party house for large groups of friends or family (well behaved groups of hens and stags welcome).

Special features: free internet access, games room.

Weekly Price from: £1400
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Vicarage Farm Cottages, Tideswell, Derbyshire, Peak District, England

7 bedroom Cottage Complex

sleeps 2 - 15 guests
2 - 15
7 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
no dogs allowed

A small collection of three delightful country cottages with lovely countryside views nestled in six acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodlands within the Peak District National Park.

Special features: free internet access, tennis court, games room, sauna.

Weekly Price from: £325
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Find self catering cottages in the Hope Valley for good quality accommodation for your trip to the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. These will be displayed below and additional cottages within a 5 miles radius of Hope are marked on the map.

Hope in the Peak DistrctGood quality self-catered accommodation

A good holiday in the Peak District begins with renting quality self-catered accommodation. There’s nothing nicer than to arrive and settle in to a completely private and attractive self-contained cottage with its own front door and a garden where recliners and a barbecue await. These holiday rentals offer the next best thing to your own home, somewhere where you can lounge about and relax without appalling the neighbours. Stock the fridge and cupboards, pour yourself a drink and peruse the lovely places to visit around Hope.

Find cottages with just the one bedroom that sleep two people, cottages suitable for families and group accommodation. Go upmarket to find a cottage with a hot tub, or be kind to your dog and book pet-friendly so that Boris can come too.

Out and about from Hope

The most popular place to begin a walk through the Hope Valley is in the village of Castleton (nicely decorated in the run up to Christmas). There are various routes depending on what you would like to see and your level of fitness. If you walk upwards you will be rewarded by great views, perhaps see hang gliders leaping off of Mam Tor, old mine workings and the limestone crags and shale of the hills.

The villages of Hope and Castleton are interesting to explore and there is a walk between the two villages.