Self-Catering Holiday Peak District Cottages in Derbyshire

Availability calender updated 28th Feb 2014


Indoor heated swimming pool now open all year round


GREAT LAST MINUTE LATE DEAL
Easter Breaks still free
Sat 19th April to 26th April Reduced to 590
Mon 21st April to Fri 25th April Reduced to 350



SOME MORE GREAT LAST MINUTE OFFER's please ring 07740470585 for details


EACH COTTAGE SLEEPS 8 IN 4 BEDROOMS
ALSO SUITS SMALLER GROUPS
(with reductions on price)


Make life easy and book a break check calender, ring to confirm, pay 20% deposit by Cheque or BACS, balance not due till arrival.

Next pack a bag then drive to a beautiful part of the country relax and enjoy a well earned break


These independent cottages / holiday homes are located near National Trust attractions,in the heart of the Peak District with great walking trails,lots to do and see.



Please ring Sarah on 07740470585 or email

Wifi available in both cottages

stwitchill@aol.com or info@twitchill.co.uk for details

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Twitchill Farm Cottages in the Peak District, Derbyshire

Outside the cottagesTwo charming self catering cottages with Indoor Heated Swimming pool, complete with shower and changing area plus toilet, The cottages have spectacular views overlooking the Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park. Located 12 miles west of Sheffield just outside the delightful village of Hope.

Ordnance survey SK177846 Map Ref.




Win HillThese stone built cottages are located around an 18th century farmhouse on Win Hill, with a panoramic view over the Hope Valley and across to Castleton and its famous caverns and historic castle.


There is an indoor heated swimming pool with changing area , shower and toilet situated next door to the main residence which is available for the use of guests
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All the cottages offer a high level of comfort, are centrally heated and provided with bed linen, towels, crockery, fridge freezer, Free Sat TV, video and DVD players, microwave oven and electric cooker. Travel Cots and high chairs are available on request. There is a shared utility room opposite the cottages with a washing machine, tumble drier, additional freezer space and toilet.

Click here for a description of each cottage

viewsAll around there is superb walking country, and the wide choice of sightseeing opportunities includes Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Buxton Spa and the famous Blue John Caverns in nearby Castleton. (For more details go to the Places to visit, things to do page)

We are open all year round, normally for week long holidays in the summer and for weekend and midweek breaks outside the main holiday season.

We regret that we cannot accommodate dogs or other pets.

We are now offering midweek breaks from Monday to Friday, either for a relaxing short holiday, or ideal location for a real 'away from the office" group session.


Book your Weekend Hen or Stag party and make a fun filled weekend with go karting, beauty treatments, clay pigeon shooting and much more.


Telephone : 01433 621426 / 07740470585 Or email info@twitchill.co.uk FOR AVAILABILITY AND LATE DEALS

Some Photos of Our Farm House Cottages in the Peak District

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double bedroom Chestnut
twin room

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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
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.