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The Manor House Hotel in Dronfield

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  • Area Chesterfield, Dronfield, Sheffield
The Manor House Hotel in DronfieldThe Manor House Hotel in Dronfield
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East Lodge Derbyshire Hotel



Self Catering

Bed and Breakfast


Peak District Accommodation is varied and diverse, offering basic board or self catering facilities for the budget-conscious through a spectrum of holiday cottages, guest houses and hotels to a luxury break or the ultimate in memorable experiences. To help you in your search for the most appropriate Peak District Accommodation, simply scroll down the following sub-sections which should speedily guide you through a range of possibilities. For down to earth, inexpensive and exciting ways of staying in the Peak District , there is nothing quite like camping and caravanning if you prefer a self-- experience. There are numerous sites to choose from including small rural locations with only the bare essentials to well established holiday parks offering the extreme in facilities and leisure activities. Farm accommodation can be a flavour to savour - literally! Sample the taste of newly laid eggs and home-cured bacon accompanied by chunks of fresh baked bread spread with locally produced butter, eaten whilst looking out over fields and pasture where cows contentedly graze and hens wander free is often part of a farm accommodation encounter. Why not reduce your carbon footprint and experience a temporary touch of farm life away from cities, towns and supermarkets. Choose Peak District Accommodation down on the farm, and educate your children whilst enjoying a sample of country living! Fun for all the family may be top priority when searching for your Peak District Accommodation.

If adventure playgrounds, games rooms, swimming pools and play areas sound appealing, whilst being surrounded by fabulous Peak District scenery and visitor attractions, then Holiday Parks could well be for you. Tucked away in the Derbyshire hills you can find clusters of log cabins, self-catering static caravans or hard standing for touring caravans and flat areas of grass to pitch your tent. For an action-packed activity vacation, there is nothing quite like the experience of staying at one of the Peak District holiday parks. Peak Apartments offer the traditional as well as the innovative in self-catering or serviced Peak District accommodation. For a short break or more lengthy stay you can choose from comfortable and affordable furnished rooms to something just that little bit special. Why not experience being 'lord or lady of the manor' for a few days in the private wing of an elegant hall or country estate? The Derbyshire Dales contain numerous old mills, steeped in history and heritage with many now converted for residential use, offering Peak Apartments in the heart of the countryside and close to scenic locations. There are also purposely built Peak Apartments which have been selectively furnished, providing quality accommodation for the discerning traveller. Boarding houses and lodgings were a short-stay, bed and breakfast put-me-up decades ago, but Peak Bed and Breakfast providers have moved with the times and now offer modern day facilities, often en-suite or annexed, which are less commercial than a hotel but more convenient and practical than self catering. The list of Peak Bed and Breakfast accommodation is lengthy and assorted providing plenty of choice and locations from cottages and town houses to farmhouses and country inns.

For a 'home from home' experience then look no further than our extensive list of Peak District Cottages. From a cosy character property to a luxurious country retreat, a terraced town house to a beautiful barn conversion, a former chapel to a modern maisonette, you are sure to find Peak District accommodation where you can relax and enjoy in your own temporary abode. There are fabulous Peak District Hotels to be found close to the visitor hotspots such as Dove Dale, Castleton and Chatsworth, with a few country house hotels scattered around the Derbyshire hills and dales. The majority of Peak District Hotels however can be found in the old spa towns such as Buxton, Matlock or Matlock Bath, often featuring Victorian and Edwardian architecture but offering the amenities and facilities of the twenty first century. Peak Pub Accommodation can be in a quaint country inn rippling with beams and glowing with horse brasses offering real ale and a mouth-watering menu. However, you may wish to consider the new trend of gastro pubs where trendy wine bars blend with haute cuisine! Our lengthy Peak Pub accommodation list offers a host of hostelries that will have you spoilt for choice. The concept of Youth Hostelling is reaching a hundred years of history and the memory of millions of happy holidays. Comfortable and affordable, Peak Youth Hostels vary from bunk houses to country mansions where local produce features high on the menu and the emphasis remains on a family friendly stay. More and more people now include their pets when considering a holiday. The The Peak District is packed with tracks, trails and footpaths where dogs can enjoy the freedom of the countryside and join in the family fun. Searching for pet friendly places to stay could not be easier as we have created a section especially for Peak District accommodation where your pet can come too. Self Catering holidays are becoming more and more popular as they allow you the flexibility and freedom to eat what you want and to sleep when you choose. For budget conscious holidaymakers or those that prefer to cater for themselves, there is a wide range of self-catering holiday choices in the Peak District to enjoy. Christmas and New Year holidays in Peak District Accommodation can be great fun and create memories to treasure. The Peak District countryside invites you to explore all year around, its scenery changing with the seasons. So wrap up warm and venture outdoors for a Christmas and New Year holiday with a difference or snuggle up by a roaring log fire and simply relax to enjoy a winter break in the wonderful Peak District and Derbyshire.