Month: February 2018

24/02/18 Sue Matthews

Caxterway Cottage Thank you A lovely place we had a great weekend!

24/02/18 Alison & Andy (Foggia Italy)

Tagg Cottage A lovely cottage in a beautiful setting! A very nice weekend break

Whats Included With Our Caravan Pitch?

When you book to stay at our Buxton caravan park, you’ll be getting so much more than just a pitch. In addition to the fantastic location in the heart of the Peak District, the stunning views of the surrounding countryside and plenty to do on your doorstep, you’ll have access to the following facilities: Water
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20/02/18 Diana & Carl Riley and family (Chelford, Cheshire, Marple, Lightcliffe, Yorkshire)

Caxterway Cottage A wonderful, warm, spacious, comfortable cottage. Perfect for our family gathering. We’ve had a very happy time and would like to stay longer ……………. We have visited Bakewell, had Sunday lunch at the Church Inn in Chelmorton (to be recommended!) and spent an extremely muddy day in Dove Dale , walking over the
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5/02/18 The Denby’s (Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire & Surrey)

Caxterway, Redhurst & Pippenwell Cottage’s Beautiful house x 3. Perfect for our family winter getaway, 19 Adults and 4 Babies Snowy walk to the pub in the village, trips out to Buxton, Bakewell, Chatsworth House, Cromford Mill. Excellent, will recommend !

11/02/18 Christine & Cam (Manchester)

Derby Cottage Had a lovely weekend after having to cancel last weekend due to the snow. Lovely cottage, will come again. Nice food in the royal oak.

Well Dressing in the Peak District

Staying with us this summer? Experience the unique local tradition of Well Dressing Well Dressing is said to have been brought to the area by the Romans or the Celts and has been practised in the same way it is today since the 1800s. The tradition is kept alive by dedicated groups of volunteers and
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Hopton Hall Snowdrop Walk

Spring is around the corner! The Peak District is a year-round destination, with so much to see and do whatever the weather. But spring can be particularly spectacular as the landscape is bursting with new life. What better way to see the new season unfold than by taking part in the annual Snowdrop Walk at
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