Hotels in the Peak District
Biggin Hall - Special Offer £118 per night
‘Friendly’, ‘informal’ and ‘welcoming’, James Moffett’s ‘characterful’ hotel is well liked by walkers and dog owners, who come for the ‘reasonable prices’ and the ‘marvellous Derbyshire Dales setting’.
Fischer’s at Baslow Hall - Luxury Winter Break
‘Outstanding’ cooking brings guests up the winding, chestnut tree-lined drive to Susan and Max Fischer’s Edwardian manor house.
From £200 per night
The Peacock at Rowsley - "Fireside" Special Offer
In well-kept gardens reaching to the River Derwent, where wild trout dart through the water, this stylish 17th-century manor house is run with ‘high standards’.
From £190 per night
Teatime brings ‘some of the nicest, warm, home-baked scones’ at this ‘welcoming’, ‘beautifully kept,’ traditional hotel on the Chatsworth estate.
From £244.00 per night
Walkers and countryside explorers find a warm welcome at Vivienne and Philip Taylor’s B&B, in a scenic spot within the Peak District national park.
From £95.00 per night
The George Hotel
Charlotte Brontë wrote much of Jane Eyre at the vicarage of this Peak District village, where Eric Marsh owns and runs a former coaching inn. Reader, we hear praise of him.
‘A haven’ in the centre, Chris and Zoe Hipwell’s ‘very special’ Grade II listed town house hotel has ‘superb views’ of the valley, and ‘challenging walks’ from the door.
From £145 per night
At the end of a leafy lane, this ‘beautiful’ hillside spa hotel has winning views across the Hope valley.
‘Charming’ hosts Joan and Martin Slack do ‘all they can to make guests welcome’ at their rustic B&B, on a 150-acre working farm in the Derbyshire Dales (‘watch out for tractors!’).
From £185 per night
From annual beer and music festivals to year-round walking and cycling tours, discover plentiful amusement at this ‘lovely’ upmarket youth hostel in the Peak District.
To venture into Gilly and Simon Groom’s ‘excellent’, ‘wonderfully quiet’ B&B is to step in to rustic peace and tranquillity.