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Easter Break in the Peak District

Easter Break in The Peak District 2024

Easter in the Peak District can be absolutely charming! The picturesque landscapes, rolling hills, and quaint villages create a delightful backdrop for Easter activities. 

There are plenty of things to do, from enjoying nature walks and hiking along scenic trails to visiting historic sites like Chatsworth House or exploring the delightful towns such as Bakewell or Castleton.

At Peak Venues, we're excited for the longer days of rambling up the rolling hilltops and soaking in the views as the leaves return to the trees. 

In 2024, Easter Sunday falls on 31st March.  We've gathered some gorgeous homestays for you to take advantage of the 4 day Easter weekend.

The Chairmaker's Cottage

The Chairmaker's Cottage is a lovingly restored two bedroom stone cottage, in the heart of one of the Peak Districts' most popular villages, Tideswell.  

Full of natural charm and unique character, this is a homely cottage making it the perfect base to explore the beautiful Peak District.  

Sleeping 4 guests in two exquisitely designed double bedrooms, each with their own ensuite.  A cosy lounge with log burner and a stunning Frame TV, a private garden to the rear, which is a real sun trap, perfect for that Easter Sunshine!

It's also dog Friendly and close to the towns of Bakewell and Buxton if you wish to visit further a field but there is 3 village pubs, 2 restaurants and a variety of local, independent shops right on your doorstep. 

Top Shippon

A beautiful toasty warm two bedroomed converted cattle barn in Great Longstone, near Bakewell. 

Top Shippon is perfect for walkers, cyclists, country lovers and families in a lovely village location.  Sleeps 4 guests or up to 6 with use of the sofa bed at an extra cost and dog friendly too.  

Bring your walking boots for days out in the world-renowned hills or your bikes to make the most of the nearby Monsal Trail.
After your day out exploring, snuggle up in front of the wood burner or, perhaps walk around the corner to one of the village country pubs to sample a local ale

Rose Cottage

A haven for couples or small families, Rose Cottage is cosy and secluded with a beautiful outdoor space. It's a traditional Derbyshire cottage nestled in the south of the Peak District in the rural village of Chelmorton. A perfect place to unwind, and its garden means there are lots of places to hide Easter eggs! Sleeps 4.

Edge Cottage

Doorstep walks to Curbar Edge and White Edge.  A stone's throw from Bakewell and Eyam, make sure to bring your walking boots as Edge cottage is excellent for explorers and has a wonderful garden for egg hunting on Easter day.  Sleeps 6.

Ingle Cottage

Nestled in the peaceful village of Chelmorton, near the market towns of Bakewell and Buxton,

Ingle Cottage is a restored former Shippon, offering spacious accommodation with 3/4 bedrooms sleeping 6 -8 guests.  Oozing with original features and finished in a modern contemporary style.

It's also dog friendly and cycle friendly with lockable garage storage and within walking distance to a great country pub, surrounded by stunning countryside with plenty of places to walk from the doorstep.  

Published on February 15, 2024 in Whats On