An abundance of snowdrops and a handful of colours are peeking their heads out from their winter slumber. The spring equinox is just around the corner, and the easter bunny is planning a visit.
Applehoe is a delightful cottage nestled in the beautiful village of Great Longstone. It's in a perfect spot to enjoy the Peak District's tourist honey pots, Buxton, Bakewell and Hope Valley.
After a long day of exploring, visit the many pubs and shops nearby, then slowly meander your way back to the cottage. It's perfect for couples or small families. Sleeps 4.
It's a cottage from the 17th century that holds thick exposed stone walls and deep windowsills. Contemporary interior design has been combined with its traditional charm. It's a perfect resting spot after a long walk. Sleeps 4.
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.
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.
We love Thornbridge Lodge for its location, as it's right by the Monsal Trail. It's an old railway track, which means it's relatively flat and family friendly.
Peak District Kids have a great blog about cycling the Monsal Trail with kids. We recommend this blog for school holiday inspiration. Sleeps 10.
Published on March 15, 2022 in