Testimonials

Testimonials

Tagg Cottage -We came back for an early Christmas with family and fell in love with Tagg Cottage. We will be back next year !

26/11/17 Wheatcroft Family (Cornwall)

Milkens Cottage -Lovely Cottage very happy with everything will return

20/11/17

Rakes Cottage -Had a lovely weekend at Rakes Cottage. Very clean and well equipped. Also lovely and warm !Hope to return and will recommend to others Thank you x

17/11/17 Alex, Sarah & Alice

Tagg Cottage -Lovely cottages everything we need will return Thanks

17/11/17 Dr Muggleton & Friends & Family

Tagg Cottage -Took over three cottages which worked brilliantly, only rained at night so lots of walking and eating!

6/11/17 Rodgers plus 10 others (Newcastle, Oxford, Nottingham, Derby & Stockport

Winter can be one of the most magical times to explore the Peak District. With rolling moors shrouded in mist and challenging climbs that lead to breath taking views, the varied landscape of one of Britain’s best loved national parks is an adventure all year round.We’ve selected four of our favourite walks in the surrounding countryside that are best enjoyed in the winter months. Whether you’re a seasoned rambler looking for a challenge or a lover of the great outdoors with a family of all ages in tow, there’s a walk to suit you. So, grab your boots, wrap up warm and enjoy this beautiful corner of the world on foot.[caption id="attachment_3083" align="aligncenter" width="773"] Bridge over the River Derwent In Chatsworth Park[/caption] 1. Kinder moorland This challenging 5 hour walk starts and ends at Edale and takes you high up on the windswept Kinder plateau. The terrain varies from rugged moorland to ancient woodland and farmland which has won awards for its habitat restoration. Look out for short eared owls and woodpeckers! View a map and route here.2. Padley Gorge This particular walk takes around 2 and a half hours and is ideal for people of all ages as there are no stiles and the terrain is moderate. The walk starts at Longshaw Estate and leads down through pretty woodlands to the beautiful scenery of Padley Gorge. Be sure to enjoy a stop at the legendary Grindleford Café! View the full description and route here.3. Poole’s Cavern and Buxton Country Park Poole’s Cavern and Buxton Country Park are fantastic to visit for young children, the Cavern itself even has pushchair access. For those interested in a walk, there’s a moderate circular walk that takes around 2 hours. It passes through stunning countryside and climbs to Solomon’s Temple which provides magnificent views of Buxton. Take a look at the route here.4. Chatsworth This stunning, 3 hour walk will blow away any January blues with far-reaching panoramic views of the Peak District and glimpses of the fabulous Chatsworth House. There’s a tearoom and a pub in the pretty village of Baslow for well-deserved refreshments. Don’t miss the standing stones and the Hunting Tower! For more details, click here. After your day of exploring the Peak District, come home to a warm, cosy and comfortable cottage to relax and unwind in. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a couple’s weekend, a group getaway with friends or a big family celebration, we’ve got accommodation to suit all. We’re dog friendly too! So, your four-legged friends can enjoy the holiday with you. Take a look at our cottages here.For more information and to book, please contact us 01629 815 683 Top winter walks in the Peak District
Tagg Cottage -We came back for an early Christmas with family and fell in love with Tagg Cottage. We will be back next year ! 26/11/17 Wheatcroft Family (Cornwall)
Milkens Cottage -Lovely Cottage very happy with everything will return 20/11/17
Rakes Cottage -Had a lovely weekend at Rakes Cottage. Very clean and well equipped. Also lovely and warm !Hope to return and will recommend to others Thank you x 17/11/17 Alex, Sarah & Alice
Tagg Cottage -Lovely cottages everything we need will return Thanks 17/11/17 Dr Muggleton & Friends & Family
Tagg Cottage -Took over three cottages which worked brilliantly, only rained at night so lots of walking and eating! 6/11/17 Rodgers plus 10 others (Newcastle, Oxford, Nottingham, Derby & Stockport
Derby Cottage -Cosy dog friendly accommodation. Close to some great walks, pubs and villages. Recommend Eyam tea rooms, Tissington and Monsal trails and Bakewell 10/11/17 Rachel & Luke (Derbyshire)
Tagg Cottage -Had a lovely time. Cottage lovely an ideal base for exploring the area. Royal Oak superb food 1/11/17 Mrs & Mr Potts (Lincoln)
Rakes Cottage -Had a wonderful stay here - home from home cottage, cosy, clean and great location for walks and attractions. Both pubs nearby were superb, Thank you Sue for providing lovely accommodation! we will be back ! xx 3/11/17 Rich, Julie, Ben & Ollie Hastie (Nantwich Cheshire)
Milkens Cottage -Lovely stay home is beautiful and so peaceful! Very much enjoyed the beautiful countryside 28/10/17 Graham Family (Colorado USA