National trust houses to visit in Derbyshire

Self-catering holiday cottages in Derbyshire and Peak District

Home of the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire is a fantastic location for a self-catering family holiday. With 225 miles of National Forest in its borders, as well as local points of interest including Bolsover Castle, Haddon Hall. Chatsworth House and High Peak Estate, the area is perfect for active holidaymakers looking to explore and enjoy. Our self-catering holiday cottages in Derbyshire provide the perfect base that allows you to take in everything this beautiful county has to offer - small cosy cottages to large luxury holiday houses - take a look.

Printer's Cottage Tideswell Derbyshire

Printer's Cottage, Tideswell

Sleeps: 7. Bedrooms: 2 (1 double, 1 family room). Peak District village Tideswell. Good food pubs close. Cycling, mountain-biking. Short breaks. Pets welcome.

Retaining many original features the cottage offers spacious comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 7 people and forms the perfect base for couples, friends and families seeking to explore the beautiful Peak District National Park. Recently renovated to a high standard, Printer's Cottage...

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Thornbridge Manor Bakewell Derbyshire

Thornbridge Manor, Bakewell

Sleeps up to 27. Manor House. Disabled Access

Thornbridge Manor is a luxury holiday property ideal for families and larger groups as the accommodation is very flexible. This stunning property has been fitted out to the highest standard and provides you with an ideal base from which to explore all that the Peak District has to offer. It has so...

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Staying in Derbyshire

Renowned across the country for its outdoor beauty, Derbyshire is the perfect location for couples looking for a romantic break away. The region has many National Trust properties to explore, such as Sudbury Hall and Calke Abbey, as well as miles of ancient forest. Please take a look at our accommodation in Derbyshire, complete with everything you take for a relaxing break away. Horse racing, farms, walks, World of Wedgwood, The National Brewery Centre, the Royal Crown Derby pottery visit, Alton Towers theme park, castles, canals, wildlife - there is so many holiday activities to keep all visitors very busy year round in Peak District.