There is a huge range of places to stay for visitors to the Peak District. From camping to glamping, from pubs to luxury B&B's, from small boutique inns to country house hotels, there is something to suit every budget and taste.
This page includes links to our recommended places to stay around the national park. These are the locations recommended by our tour guests from all around the world.
Dont forget, all of our tours offer the option to pick up and drop off directly from the door or your accommodation, whether it's in the centre of town or miles up a farm track!
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So, in no particular order...
Close to Chatsworth House
This part of the Peak District is perfect for exploring Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and even Matlock and Bakewell are only a short drive away. Baslow is around 20 minutes drive from Chesterfield, which offers a direct rail link to London St Pancras.
Cavendish Hotel, Baslow Situated on the Chatsworth Estate, dating back to the 1700s and within walking distance of Chatsworth House, the Cavendish is a great choice for a relaxing stay, especially for fans of Pride & Prejudice. Find out more at www.cavendishbaslow.co.uk
Fischers Baslow Hall, Baslow Luxury 100 year old hotel and Michelin starred restaurant in beautiful landscaped gardens. More details at www.fischers-baslowhall.co.uk
The Peacock at Rowsley, Rowsley Dating back to 1652 and under the ownership of Lord and Lady Manners from nearby Haddon Hall, the Peacock is a beautiful hotel situated between Chatsworth House, Matlock and Bakewell. This is where the stars of Pride and Prejudice stayed during filming! Find out more at thepeacockatrowsley.com
Devonshire Arms, Pilsley Charming 18th century inn situated on the Chatsworth estate and serving locally sourced food and ales. More details can be found at www.devonshirepilsley.co.uk.
Florence Nightingale Suites at Lea Hurst "It breaks my heart to leave Lea Hurst", wrote Florence Nightingale of her family home. It might break your heart too, after you've experienced bed and breakfast accommodation in this wonderful, historic house. See more at www.florencenightingalesuites.co.uk.
Handy for Hope Valley
Hope Valley is the main tourist area of the northern part of the Peak District, stretching from Mam Tor and Castleton on the western end, to Hathersage on the eastern side. Very scenic, surrounded by contrasting White Peak rolling hills and the dramatic gritstone edges of the Dark Peak.
Losehill House Hotel & Spa, Hope Ideally situated close to the Great Ridge between Hope and Edale and having been awarded 4 stars, this is a wonderful place to relax in the heart of Hope Valley. Find out more at www.losehillhouse.co.uk
Yorkshire Bridge Inn, Bamford Family owned, award winning inn, situated close to Ladybower reservoir and Bamford Edge. See more at www.yorkshire-bridge.co.uk
Cheshire Cheese Inn, Hope Charming, traditional pub dating back to 1632, close to the village of Hope, serving delicious food and local ales. See more at www.thecheshirecheeseinn.co.uk
Samuel Fox Country Inn, Bradwell Lovely traditional pub situated in the heart of Hope Valley. Discover why the fox on the pub sign is holding an umbrella! Find out more at www.samuelfox.co.uk
Old Hall Hotel, Hope Traditional 16th century coaching inn in the centre of Hope, this is a great place to stay. Find out more at www.oldhallhotelhope.co.uk.
In and around Buxton
Buxton is a historic spa town close to the north west edge of the Peak District, offering good transport links with Manchester. Famed for its waters since Roman settlers named it Aquae Arnametiae, which means "Waters from the Goddess of the Springs", visitors can still taste the spring water from St Ann's well in the town centre.
Old Hall Hotel, Buxton Thought to be the oldest hotel in England the Old Hall was built in 1573 by the Earl and Countess of Shrewsbury (Bess of Hardwick) with the sanction of Queen Elizabeth I, to provide accommodation for Mary Queen of Scots during her "imprisonment". Find out more at www.oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk.
Hawthorn Farm Bed & Breakfast, Buxton 16th Century Grade II listed farm house offering accommodation with character, situated on the outskirts of Buxton. See more at www.hawthornfarmbuxton.co.uk.
Stoop Farm, Buxton Luxury bed and breakfast accommodation on a family owned, traditional working farm. You'll have to share with around 1,000 sheep as well as hens and geese! Find out more at www.stoopfarm.co.uk.
Anyone for Bakewell pudding?
Bakewell is the largest market town in the Peak District and is hugely popular, situated in the heart of the national park. Famous for its traditional puddings and tarts, as well as being Jane Austen's inspiration for Lambton in Pride and Prejudice.
Rutland Arms Hotel, Bakewell Centrally located hotel famous for claims that Jane Austen wrote parts of Pride & Prejudice within its rooms. Find out more at www.rutlandarmsbakewell.co.uk
The Peacock Inn, Bakewell Traditional pub which offers luxury B&B accommodation in a 200 year old converted barn. See more at www.peacockbakewell.com.
Towards the southern part of the Peak District, the landscape becomes idyllic rolling hills and limestone dales, punctuated by charming villages and farms. Dovedale, Tissington, IIam and Ashbourne are all within easy reach.
Tom's Barn & Douglas's Barn, Parwich Former cattle sheds, now luxury, romantic cottages for two in a very peaceful location. See more at www.tomsbarn.co.uk.
Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington Hidden away in the hills between Ashbourne and Matlock, Hoe Grange offers a range of log cabins and glamping pods. See more at www.hoegrangeholidays.co.uk.
Biggin Hall Country House Hotel A 21 bedroom country house hotel in the heart of the landscape, dating back to the 17th century. Find out more at www.bigginhall.co.uk.
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