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Holiday Cottages in Castleton

Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Castleton

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photo  Cliffe  Cottage Self Catering Holiday Cottage at Castleton in the Derbyshire Peak District - Derbyshire and Peak District Accommodation - Castleton accommodation cottage Cliffe Cottage    5 star rating for self catering accommodation

Cliffe Cottage nestling at the mouth of The Peak Cavern in an absolutely spectacular and unspoilt location, is a three bedroomed Peak District cottage appointed to a high standard, ideal for a family holiday or couples wanting a romantic break. The nearest shop is 300 metres away as are a number of excellent Pubs and Restaurants.

The cottage sleeps 6, split as two double rooms and one twin room all of which are on the first floor. The first floor bathroom is equipped with bath, shower, sink and WC and has a heated towel rail.

The cottage is fully centrally heated and has a wood burning stove to give you that little extra warmth and visual, cosy feel throughout. (logs supplied).

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photo Taylors' Croft Holiday  Cottage at Edale in the Derbyshire Peak District  - Derbyshire and Peak District Accommodation Taylors' Croft Cottage    5 star rating for self catering accommodation

Skinners' Hall and Taylors' Croft cottage stand in a delightful country garden with nine acres of grounds bordering the River Noe and containing its own trout pond. Situated in Edale , Derbyshire , in the heart of the Peak National Park, this beautifully appointed self catering holiday cottage has breathtaking views of Kinder, Back Tor and Mam Tor (?the Shivering Mountain?).

From your bedroom?s carved mahogany four poster you wake to views of Hollins Cross overlooking the garden and the trout pond.
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Castleton is an outstandingly pretty village situated at the head of the lovely Vale of Hope, in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park. Castleton is surrounded on 3 sides by steep hills and the mighty bulk of Mam Tor looms high, 2 miles to the north west of the village. On a hill, overlooking Castleton, is the ancient Peveril Castle.

Castleton has 4 underground show caves, all worth a visit, for their own interesting features. These are Blue John Cavern, Speedwell Cavern, Treak Cliff Cavern and Peak Cavern.

Castleton has a lot to offer the large numbers of visitors it attracts in terms of interest and history and has always attracted many visitors. There is a large carpark and plenty of onroad parking during busy times. Castleton is famous for its display of Christmas lights and decorations during the festive season. The many shops offering everything from outdoor clothing to gifts stay open late. Castleton is popular with walkers with many public footpaths leading from the village. A short strenuous walk up onto the Great Ridge provides magnificent views of both Edale Vale and the Hope Valley. Read more in the Castleton Guide

Castleton has a varierty of holiday accommodation to supply the needs of the visitors that flock to walk the local hills and dales, visit the caves and to shop. There are plenty of Guest Houses, Inns and Hotels offering accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis as well as cosy self catering cottages which can often be booked for a weekend or midweek break.

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