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Peak District

There’s a vast selection of accommodation in the areas where we walk in the Peak District. We suggest that you choose your guided walks from our programme first, and then search for accommodation in an area close to the starting point of those particular walks. 

Visit Peak District has a useful facility including self catering, hostels, B&Bs and hotels:  Visit Peak District Accommodation > 

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Below, there’s also a selection of Peak District Accommodation that has been recommended to us:   

Ashbourne (Bradley)

Holly Meadow is an award winning farm Bed & Breakfast which lies in 280 acres of one of the most picturesque parts of Derbyshire in the village of Bradley near Ashbourne.  There are outstanding views over unspoilt countryside.  Two beautiful double en-suite rooms. 

Ashbourne (Carsington Water)

Relax and unwind under wide open skies in one of our beautifully restored farm buildings. Surrounded by the rolling Derbyshire hills – on the banks of Carsington Water Reservoir – and only a 10 minute drive from the market town of Ashbourne.

Ashbourne (Hognaston)

The accommodation forms part of a 17th century non-working farm in Hognaston, near Ashbourne, comprising the owner’s house, plus two rental properties: a beautiful detached barn for eight (Green Farm Stables) and a cosy cottage for two annexed to the farmhouse (Green Farm Cottage). The Red Lion Inn is 200m.

Ashbourne (Hognaston)

The Barn is a perfect romantic escape for couples.  Situated in Hognaston Village, near Ashbourne, it offers ancient architecture with contemporary comfort. Space, underfloor heating, smart TV and a wood-fired log burner make this an inspiring destination. The Red Lion Inn is 50m and Carsington Reservoir, a 15 minute walk.

Ashbourne (Parwich)

The Barns are ancient cow sheds that have been tastefully converted to five star, luxury self catering cottages for two.  They are located in beautiful countryside on the edge of the village of Parwich right in the heart of the area known as The White Peak.  They have the Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award and the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark.  Tom’s Barn is dog-friendly.  


The Hall is conveniently located in the centre of Bakewell, making it a great base to explore all the Peak District has to offer.  Providing a variety of accommodation to suit all travellers in a sympathetically restored Grade 2 Star listed building dating back to the 1600s, and their adjacent Sleep Lodge.

Bakewell (Litton)

The cottage, in the village of Litton is a luxury self catering cottage for 4 in the village of Litton which has a five star gold award.  They have the Visit Britain ‘Walkers Welcome’ award and have acheived the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark award.


A beautiful, 100 year old Grade II listed manor house in Baslow, set within Derbyshire countryside. An 11 bedroomed family-run, luxury hotel, home to one of Derbyshire’s highest awarded restaurants, it offers a dining experience unrivalled in personal service, luxurious attention to detail and brilliant, imaginative modern British food at its inventive, best.


The pub is in the heart of Baslow, where you will find a very warm welcome. The team serve a great selection of local artisan ales, beers, delicious wines, gins & botanicals. They source local fresh produce using the finest ingredients Derbyshire has to offer. The pub does not provide accommodation. 


Nestled in the heart of the Vale of Edale, are Ollerbrook Cottages – two luxurious self-catering stone cottages sleeping 2-5 people.  You can walk straight from the door up Kinder Scout or on the other side of the valley, up onto The Great Ridge.  A fabulous location for some of the best hill walking in the Peak District.


The pub stands in the picturesque, limestone hamlet of Follow, close to the historic plague village of Eyam . A friendly team offer fresh, seasonal food using local ingredients in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, with local ales and internationally awarded wines and spirits. Deluxe Rooms boast a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom, with everything you’d expect from a 4-star property.


Underleigh is an award winning 5 star B & B with 5 en suite bedrooms, tucked away on a private lane amidst glorious Peak District scenery near to the village of Hope. This is an ideal base for our Edale and Hope Valley Dark Peak guided walks for anyone arriving by car. Fantastic walks can be enjoyed right from the door.


Bike & Boot Peak District is a brand-new leisure hotel, catering for dog-owners, cyclists, walkers, and adventurers! Offering unique facilities such as a dog grooming room, drying room for walking gear, secure bicycle storage unit & maintenance – as well as free hot drinks for guests, free cake at 4pm, free on-site parking, and free films three times a day. Rooms start from £89 (Nov 2023) including Continental Buffet breakfast.

Matlock (Rowsley, Chatsworth)

This bed and breakfast is located in the charming village of Rowsley just south of Chatsworth. It has an ‘Enjoy England’ 4 star B&B rating with three en-suite guest bedrooms and plenty of off-road parking.  There are great walks right from the door.


Derwent House offers self catering accommodation for up to 12 guests.  It is an elegant grade II listed Georgian property set in the heart of Matlock and the perfect base for exploring the stunning Peak District National Park. The house has six bedrooms, so is ideal for larger groups.

Wirksworth (Centre)

A beautiful and stylish 1 double bedroomed (sleeps 2) 3 storey boutique style cottage. Situated in the heart of bohemian Wirksworth, in a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of the conservation area. Minutes walk to shops, bars, pubs, restaurants and a wonderful independent cinema. The hosts are highly rated as ‘superhosts’ by airbnb and their customers. If you book via airbnb, and mention you have been directed via Peak Walking Adventures, they will add an upgraded free welcome basket with wine, bread, cheese, pickle, crackers, biscuits and bottled water.

Wirksworth (Brassington)

Hoe Grange in the village of Brassington are one of the few Peak District accommodation providers to have achieved the prestigious Green Tourism Gold Award as well as numerous other awards.  They have a range of environmentally sensitive, luxurious self catering log cabins. Highly recommended!