Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Peak District, Derbyshire



Monday - Friday - 4 nights @ 395
Friday - Monday - 3 nights @ 495
Monday - Monday or Friday - Friday - 7 night @ 695

Welcome to Twitchill Farm Holiday Cottages, Peak District, Derbyshire; two charming self catering holiday cottages both sleeping eight people with an indoor heated swimming pool located in the heart of the Peak District National Park offering panoramic views over the Hope Valley and Castleton and its famous Caverns and historic Peveril Castle.

Twitchill Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages is a family run business with over 25 years experience aiming to provide guests with perfectly located Self Catering Cottages within the beautiful, breathtaking Peak District setting.

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Here at Twitchill Farm Holiday Cottages our large cottages are the perfect setting for family holidays, couples breaks, hen and stags to unwind,relax and enjoy their surroundings. With spectacular views overlooking the Hope Valley, Castleton and footpaths right outside your doorstep Twitchill Farm Holiday Cottages is a fantastic starting point to explore the all that the Peak District and Derbyshire have to offer.

The indoor heated swimming pool, complete with shower room, toilet and changing area is for guests use only so you can enjoy the full facilities at your leisure with no disturbance.

Each cottage has four bedrooms and sleeps upto eight people.

Short breaks,mid weeks and weekends are available all year round.

Please Email: Tel: 07715 454 322 for details.

All bookings require a 30% deposit to be paid by BACS or Cheque, full balances are not due until arrival.


Places to Visit in the Peak District

Chatsworth House
Chatsworth House is a large country house at Chatsworth, Derbyshire, England 3 miles north east of Bakewell (GB Grid SK260700). It is the seat of the Dukes of Devonshire, and has been home to their family, the Cavendish family, since Bess of Hardwick settled at Chatsworth in 1549.

Eyam is one of the best-preserved villages in the vicinity and is thefamous 'plague village', which went into voluntary quarantine when theplague was imported from London in 1665. Above the village lies EyamMoor which is a fine area for walking, with good views across theDerwent valley and many Bronze Age remains and monuments.

Hathersage and Hathersage Moor
Hathersage (from heather's edge) is a village in the Derbyshire Peak District, in England. It lies on the north bank of the River Derwent, approximately 10 miles west of Sheffield.

The Blue John caverns of Castleton are just down the road a village full of unique shops and little cafes, the village also has five very nice pubs that all do food.