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48 Log Cabins around the Peak District

Britain's first National Park offers stunning scenery, dramatic moorland, rolling hills and dales, and some fabulous historic houses and gardens to discover. Plenty to keep everyone entertained, and at the heart of England, easily accessible for a weekend away with good public transport links.

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Over Haddon, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £506 Availability

Over Haddon is a small but very picturesque Peak District village, set peacefully amidst the rolling fields of the White Peak and located on a hill overlooking the beautiful Lathkill Dale. The village lies under 0.25 miles from the pretty market town of Bakewell (the home of the Bakewell pudding) and 4.5 miles to the stunning country estate of Haddon Hall. Wander through the pretty streets of Ashford in the Water (3 miles) or take a trip to Matlock and Matlock Bath (10 miles) to explore all of the independent shops, galleries and eateries. Chatsworth House and Gardens is only 6 miles and provides an unforgettable day out, don t forget to stop at the famous farm shop to stock up on some treats. Step into the entrance hall, where there s space to hang coats and store muddy boots, and wander through to the kitchen/diner. This room feels spacious with its big, vaulted ceiling and has everything you need to rustle up a hearty meal during your stay including an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Come together around the dining table and plan the day's activities ahead. The spacious lounge offers a lovely spot to relax after a day hiking the hills; put your feet up and relax into the comfy sofas and watch something on the Smart TV with the roaring wood burner (first basket of logs provided) crackling in the background. Take a step up into the king size bedroom with an en suite shower room with a shower and WC. There is a further twin bedroom with two single beds and, to complete the accommodation, the bathroom has a shower over the bath, a sink and WC. Heading outside, there are two seating spots with a bistro table set within the shared courtyard, or a little further away is a patio situated to make the most of the stunning views. There is even a nearby summer house with seating, offering space to unwind whatever the weather. There is off road parking for two cars.

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Mellor, Cheshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Cheshire From £535 Availability

The location is a walkers paradise, surrounded by a vast network of footpaths and bridleways, providing moorland, woodland, countryside, and canal walks from the door. You will find local pubs together with a deli and restaurant in the nearby village of Marple Bridge and a selection of cafes and restaurants in the town of New Mills, both within 3 miles away. The National Trust s Lyme Park is 4.5 miles and the spa town of Buxton is 15 miles away. Chatsworth House and Gardens is a scenic 28 mile drive. For anyone looking to explore the delights of Manchester, Marple Station (3 miles) has a direct line to Manchester Piccadilly which gets you to the city in approx. 25 minutes. This private glamping escape is beautifully designed to maximise space and comfort, with a king size bed with under bed storage, a comfy seating area with a breakfast table, and a blacksmith crafted, wood burner to keep things cosy. There is also hanging space in a small wardrobe. The handmade kitchen features a Belfast sink, oak worktops, a fridge, a microwave, and a two ring electric induction hob. The stylish bathroom has a walk in shower and heated towel rail and flushing toilet. The shepherds' hut is the only holiday let at Hilltop Farm and has its own attractive gravel terrace, with an outdoor storage box for walking shoes, wellies, and rucksacks. Guests have full use of the pretty perennial wildflower paddock that surrounds the hut, and you can choose from two outdoor dining table and chair sets, and a wooden Lutyens bench, which provides the perfect summer spot to while away an afternoon listening to the curlew and lapwing calls when in season. There is also private use of an enclosed summer house in the meadow for extra space to enjoy the views, relax and maybe have a drink. There is off road private parking for cars at Hilltop Farm, which is only a short walk away from the Shepherd's Hut.

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Matlock, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £518 Availability

Situated high up on a hill reached via a winding country lane this is the perfect location to get away from it all, yet being close to the various amenities of Matlock which is less than a mile away. Matlock has a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, a weekly market, river walks, and parks. In Autumn the Matlock Bath illuminations and firework display are a spectacular event. The property is 9 miles away from the home of the Bakewell pudding in the pretty riverside town of Bakewell. Chatsworth House and Gardens are also 8 miles away and provide a fabulous day out. Step into the open plan accommodation which offers an impressive, vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams. Relax on the comfy sofas around the wall mounted Smart TV or come together and play a board game on the dining table which is a beautiful feature within the accommodation, offering bench seating and a farmhouse table. Light the wood burner in the chillier months which makes the open plan space toasty and warm and relax with a good book or maybe a movie. The kitchen area offers everything you need to rustle up a memorable meal, including an electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and microwave. The king size bed is situated under a picture window offering beautiful views across the valley. There is a shower room with a wet room style shower, and WC. There is a pretty stone flagged terrace directly outside the barn with BBQ, seating, and parasol, providing a delightful spot to sit and enjoy the summer sun. There is a lawned area with further seating to sit and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that surround you. Off road parking for 2 cars.

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Pilsbury, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £1205 Availability

One of two barns in a peaceful location deep in the Peak District National Park, a true getaway from it all for families and friends wanting to experience a slice of rural life. The location is great for walkers and cyclists with Parsley Hay bike hire centre located just 2 miles away. Parsely Hay is situated on the High Peak Trail and Tissington Trails and is ideally located for exploring the White Peak and South West Peak on traffic free routes. The village of Hartington, just 4 miles away, offers a good selection of pubs, cafés and shops to enjoy. Some of the area s best known attractions can also be easily reached, including the Chatsworth Estate, just 12 miles away. Step into the hallway with beautiful, tiled floors and wander through to the kitchen which is warmed in the winter months with the traditional Aga. Come together around the central kitchen island and open the French doors that lead onto the garden. There is a second kitchen which provides handy extra space to store groceries, along with a range of kitchen appliances. The dining room boasts a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Head through to the spacious lounge where you will find space to rest and put your feet up on the comfortable sofas, relax with a good book or put a film on the Smart TV. The impressive stone fireplace houses a wood burner which is perfect for the winter months. Along the hallway is a quiet spot which overlooks the garden and two comfy chairs are perfectly placed to relax. There is a ground floor king size bedroom and a downstairs WC. Heading upstairs where you will find a four poster king size bedroom and a further king size bedroom, each with impressive views over the surrounding countryside and a family bathroom. A large, enclosed garden complete with garden furniture and BBQ makes for an ideal entertaining space in good weather. Enjoy a competitive game of football on the spacious lawns with goal posts or just spend your days relaxing and enjoying the beautiful views.

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Stanton Lees, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £494 Availability

This beautiful retreat is situated in the heart of the Peak District, in the pretty little hamlet of Stanton Lees which is surrounded by quiet country lanes and rolling hills. The location is perfect for keen walkers as the surrounding countryside offers some fantastic walking routes from the doorstep, with some of the most stunning views in the Peak District. The glorious Chatsworth House and gardens are within a 6 mile drive and the famous farm shop is a must visit for some local treats. The stately home of Haddon Hall is within 3 miles with a Tudor hall and Elizabethan gardens open to the public. Stanton Moor and the Nine Ladies Stone Circle are less than a mile away. Bakewell and Matlock are within 5 miles which are well served towns offering many pubs, cafes, and independent shops to spend your days exploring. The spacious studio is very private and has its own entrance and drive. It is flooded with light, with multiple windows, skylights and large French doors that lead out onto the garden. The contemporary, cosy accommodation, finished to a very high standard, offers a king size bed, comfy leather sofa, wood burner effect electric fire and a kitchen area with everything you need to rustle up a meal during your stay. You can also treat yourself to one of many takeaway options. The dining table folds away which is handy when not in use, and the Smart TV offers a good selection of channels for when you want to put your feet up. Full fibre Wi Fi will enable you to access your favourite streaming services. Get ready for the day ahead in the shower room with a walk in shower. A large and very private cottage garden, offering interest throughout the year, is yours and yours only to enjoy during your stay. There is a seating area with a table and chairs, perfectly placed with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and nearby pond.

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Matlock, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £686 Availability

This is the perfect place to get together with friends and family, with four legged friends being very welcome here too. The location is ideal rural without being remote, located 4 miles from Matlock and only 20 minutes from the M1 motorway. Peaceful walks and beautiful countryside begin at the farm gate, with opportunities to observe tracks and signs left by local wildlife. Just down the lane lies a traditional pub offering drinks and tasty meals, while in nearby villages, coffee shops, artisan bakers, and Holloway s popular butcher s shop, Maycocks, offer some of the best Derbyshire cuisine. The centre piece of the building is a glorious open plan lounge/kitchen/dining room in which you can enjoy a get together with family and friends to enjoy a celebration meal followed by lots of relaxing with good company. There is plenty to keep everyone busy with a TV, books, games, toys, and even a dressing up box. There are two pretty bedrooms, both approached via steps, each offering a king size bed. Head upstairs to find a further king size bedroom with an additional single bed, great for a little one. Enjoy the gallery area looking out over the kitchen and living room with lots of children s games. Downstairs you will find the family shower room with WC. Outside there is a lawn that leads to an open fronted barn with seating and a portable BBQ, the perfect space to relax outside whatever the weather.

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Warslow, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Staffordshire From £645 Availability

Perfect for couples, small families, cyclists and walkers alike is this pretty barn which has been converted beautifully while still retaining its original character with views over Ecton Hill. There is a public footpath that passes through the large garden, and for cyclists the nearby Manifold trail is within 2 miles offering excellent off road cycling. Take a picnic to the famous Dovedale stepping stones within 8 miles. The busy market towns of Leek (8 miles) and Ashbourne (12 miles) offer an array of eateries and independent shops to explore, and Buxton with its famous opera house and stunning Georgian architecture. Pretty Bakewell and Matlock are within 12 miles and Alton Towers Theme Park is just 12 miles away. The barn offers a handy entrance porch to store coats and muddy boots, a welcoming kitchen with everything you need to rustle up a meal during your stay leading to the dining area with big double doors which can be opened in fair weather, providing a delightful spot to sit and relax. The lounge is the perfect place to retire to after a day hiking the hills, with plenty of comfortable seating and a cosy wood burner, ideal for the chillier months. Don t forget your bubble bath to enjoy a long soak in the downstairs bathroom after a day of exploring the area. Head upstairs to find two bedrooms and a handy separate WC. The cottage offers a unique garden with a lovely space to sit and enjoy the summer sun on the patio outside the barn, also offering an area of mature trees that is home to lots of wildlife.

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Matlock, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Oak Leaf Church From £792 Availability

Spanning two floors, this characterful converted church makes a beautiful apartment for up to four guests in the centre of the delightful town of Matlock. With original stained-glass windows and church pews merging with modern flourishes, this is a truly unique space to make your home for the holiday.

Enjoy a coffee from the machine in the characterful kitchen, complete with all you will need to cook up a storm for your guests. With a toaster, kettle, microwave and dishwasher, plus all utensils included, you can serve up an excellent meal enjoyed with a bottle of wine on the four-seater kitchenette table.

The living room oozes character, adorned with original stained glass windows, comfortable sofas and home-like touches. A modern oak staircase leads up to the first floor, where the stylish sleeping accommodation can be found. With a mezzanine style balcony overlooking the ground floor, the bedrooms are made up of two stylish wood-beamed king-size doubles, with panelled walls, soft bed linens and metal framed, and four poster beds set against a warm and inviting colour palette.   A shared bathroom offers a large bathtub with an over-bath shower.

With vaulted ceilings, characterful touches from bright red post boxes to model building artwork and home-like indoor plants, this converted Methodist church has been lovingly converted to a warm and inviting holiday home with a difference.   Amongst the period features, modern touches of complimentary WiFi and TV provide a space to relax and unwind in the evening after an energetic day discovering all that the local area has to explore.

Right in the heart of Matlock, Oak Leaf Church has easy access to an excellent selection of independent shops and cafes, making it easy to pop out for a delicious coffee or croissant in the mornings. With the Peak District and glorious Derbyshire countryside within easy distance, the apartment provides a walker’s retreat, a great place to relax and unwind after a day out exploring this exceptionally beautiful part of the UK.

The former spa town of Matlock is situated in the South Eastern part of the Peak District, with the National Park close by.   The town itself has a lovely selection of pubs, shops and cafes, plus superb transport links to get out and enjoy the surrounding area. Visit the local Black Rocks, a popular walking and climbing spot which offers superb views of Matlock Gorge. Those with energy can take the climb to the top or enjoy a milder circular walk. Formerly an area mined for lead, there are a number of interesting plants, including leadworts, and an intriguing mix of limestone and gritstone formations to explore. Refreshments are available in the summer months, and you can park near the site.

A trip to Hall Leys Park is a must, with much to do to fill your day. Take a boat out on the lake, amble along the River Derwent on a riverside walk, or even enjoy a game or two of tennis on the courts.

The local railway line between Matlock and Rowsley offers a fantastic vintage experience aboard a steam or diesel train, a great step back in time, and a chance to view the lovely countryside along the way. If you are looking for more vintage transport, then a visit to Crich Tramway Village offers the chance to ride on an old tram and explore over 60 vintage trams displayed at the museum. There is also a working pub, café and even an olde style sweet shop to keep everyone’s energy up.

Make sure to head to the Heights of Abraham, a stunning hilltop park where you can book a scenic cable car taking you up to view the stunning Derwent Valley. The Vista Restaurant at the top is a lovely spot for lunch with a view. From the hilltops to the underground caves, many illuminated caverns are explored on site. Plus a number of woodland trails and even an adventure playground.

For those looking to find some inner peace during their holiday, why not visit the Cascades Garden in the neighbouring village of Bonsall, which boasts a beautiful Meditation Garden? A tranquil space with a fantastic display of Bonsai trees, it is inspired by Buddhis Philosophy with an eye on Japanese design.

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