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Here's our very own Conor, enjoying a holiday in the Peak District at one of our holiday cottages. (The cottage in the picture is Valley View with stunning views over Dovedale). 

Many holiday cottages will only accept one or two dogs at the most.  That's where we are different from the rest.

You know your dogs and pets deserve a holiday as much as you do and that's why our large self catering cottages accept up to five dogs at any one time.  So if you are on holiday with family members and friends you can all bring your four-legged friends along too.

There are walks galore from the holiday cottages.  At Valley View enjoy walks along the river Dove or the nearby Tissington Trail and at our other cottage, Riverside House, there's the river Wye and Monsal Trail right on the doorstep.

And just like you, your dogs will love snuggling up to our cosy log fires.  We don't stint on logs either, when you book with us you get an unlimited free supply of logs and kindling to use during your stay.  

If you'd like more information on taking your dog on holiday with you, or details about our short break prices for 2018, get in touch now!

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Autumn is here, the leaves on the trees are looking beautiful and the Peak District is gearing up for Halloween.

Here are our top choices for things to do this Halloween in the Peak District.

  • Chatsworth House has spooky goings on in the garden, farmyard and playground.  Why not join in the half-term fun activities?  There's a trail of pumpkins, spooky stories or let the little ones weave a spiders web or even become zombies! 
  • Chesterfield Ghost Tours running on 5, 12, 19 and 26 October.  Thursdays starting at 7.30 pm.  Take a tour round the historic streets of Chesterfield and discover a ghostly past, murders and more!  Booking essential.
  •  Alton Towers Scarefest on the following dates: 7-8, 14-15, 20-31 October. The theme park stays open until 9 pm on these dates so you can experience the rides in the dark.  There's scary mazes and a freak show too.  
  • Matlock Farm Park has some Halloween activities from 23 - 31 October.  Try out pumpkin carving, go on a treasure hunt or a spooky guided tour featuring the headless horesman and Wanda the Witch.  

So it's time to get out and about in the Peak District for half-term and Halloween this October.  

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A great new artisan market has arrived in Ashbourne in the Peak District.  Every 2nd Sunday in the month from 10 am to 4 pm in the Market Place, this market is sure to be a hit.

Some of the great items and products include:

  • Meat market
  • seasonal fresh farm produce
  • Fine food
  • Street food
  • Beer
  • Arts and crafts
  • Artisan products
  • Entertainment
  • Music
  • Meet the Maker

If you are staying at Valley View holiday cottage we highly recommend a visit.  Ashbourne is about a 15 minute drive from the holiday cottage, but we do suggest that you arrive in plenty of time for parking.  Why not visit some of Ashbourne's great shops and cafes too?

 

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Some great family entertainment this summer at Matlock Farm Park including:

  • Teddy Bear's picnic 22-28 July
  • Glewy the Alien and Friends starting 29 July
  • Seaside week 12 - 25 August
  • Peak District Highland Games 27 August
  • Pirates Week 28 Aug - 3 Sept

Such great family fun this summer holiday in the Peak District at Matlock Farm Park.

Check the website for more information www.matlockfarmpark.co.uk

 

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The Merchant's Yard is a family owned restaurant in Tideswell in the Peak District.  Ideally located for visitors of Riverside House holiday cottage, we highly recommend checking out this great place for a family lunch, dinner or special occasion meal.  

Located in the High Street in the stone Markovitz Courtyard building that in 1935 originally housed a builder's merchant, the Merchant's Yard opened in 2015.  It specialises in dishes using fresh seasonal produce from local suppliers, making as much in-house as possible; from the home-smoking of the salmon and bacon, to the hand-crafted petit fours that accompany each tea or coffee served. 

Head Chef Carl's menu offers something for everyone.  From classic steaks, burgers with a twist and pizzas fired in the wood-buring oven, to the a la carte selection that includes dishes like the beef shin and lemon thyme corquette, a platter of lamb for two and the Derbyshire Trout.  Puddings range from the classic to the quirky, with past dishes such as the chocolate cigar and a 'chocolate garden' (complete with 'snail')!  Sharing platters like 'The Picnic' (served on a miniature picnic bench!), their classic afternoon tea and Sunday Roasts that come to carve at the table piled high with giant Yorkshire puddings and all the trimmings are also not to be missed!

Bar Manager Peter, who hails from London's Shoreditch, and his team love the opportunity to show off their passion and expertise with the carefully crafted drinks menu.  A wide selection of wines with a cocktail menu offer options before, during and after a meal, or just for a drink in the sunshine outside the courtyard!

There is a private function room that can seat between 16 and 24 so this would be ideal for our holiday cottage guests at Riverside House. The Merchant's Yard is child friendly, lunch and evening menus are available along with a variety of special offers including two course for £14.95 and two for one on slected cocktails on Wednesdays and Thursday. 

Visit www.themerchantsyard.com for more information or call 01298 872442.

 

 
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Did you know that the Peak District is Britains' first national park?  It was formally designated in 1951 after several decades of campaigning. It covers 555 square miles and includes the counties of Derbyshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire and Yorkshire as well as the urban fringes of Sheffield and Greater Manchester. 

The Friends of the Peak District has published The Peak District Boundary walk, a book which takes you round the whole 190-mile edge and boundary of the Peak District National Park.

The book's walking routes run from the moorlands of the South Pennines to the limestone walks of the Derbyshire Dales.  The book also takes you to the edges of Sheffield, Oldham and into Staffordshire and Cheshire.  

The book includes footpaths, tracks, lanes, old railway lines and a canal towpath with detailed route descriptions, maps and information about places of interest on the route.  There's a handy route planning section at the start of the book showing distances and ascents. 

There's no need to walk the whole 190-miles in one go!  The book is designed for day walks as well as those who wish to complete the whole circuit!  The stages of the walk have been designed, where possible, to start and finish at locations convenient for public transport connections, car parks, toilets, local shops, cafes and pubs. 

The Friends of the Peak District have campaigned for over 90 years to safeguard the Peak District and through Riverside House holiday cottage we at Visit Peaks are proud to be supporters.  If you love the Peak District National Park and want to support The Friends of the Peak District, click here for more information.

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Life was meant for great holidays together with friends and family. 

We can help you get away more and escape for a short break or longer holiday.  Just sign up to our quarterly e-newsletter for short break and mid-week discounts at our large holiday cottages in the Peak District.

And when you sign up you'll get our free 'Peek at the Peak' guide too!  What's not to like?

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The Peak District Art and Design Fair is being held in the Devonshire Dome in Buxton between 21 and 23 July 2017.  You can browse and buy from a huge range of art and design direct from the Peak District Artisans members at this award-winning annual exhibition.  Meet the members and enjoy talks and demonstrations and a unique Artists' Original Postcard raffle.  Entry is free and it is open from 6.30 to 8.30 pm on Friday 21 July and 10 am to 4.30 pm on Saturday and Sunday 22 and 23 July. 

Some of the talks available include: shaping and forming silver earrings; a step-by-step demonstration of making an Ernie Bird (shown in picture above); creating a dramatic sky in pastel; using ariel perspective in painting and creating digital images using an ipad.  

For more information contact www.peakdistrictartisans.co.uk

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There's plenty going on this Easter in the Peak District.  We've put together a guide of a few of our selected highlights for families young and old.  So why not pop over to the Peak District this Easter and join in the fun?

  • There's Easter holiday fun at Calke Abbey. The Cadbury egg hunt in the meadow runs daily from 14-16 April 11 am to 3.30 pm. Pick up a map and follow the clues to the treasure at the end!  There are also nature-themed activities and lovely walks to enjoy for all the family. 
  • Why not climb the towers of St Mary's and All Saints Churches in Chesterfield?  You'll get stunning views of the Crooked Spire and the town.  The tour lasts about 40 mins and do book in advance. 
  • Loads of family fun at Conkers indoor and outdoor play and adventure in a national forest.  From 1 to 23 April there are various activities and events including a circus, Punch and Judy, sublime science, juggling, craft and ranger activities and and an Easter egg challenge.  
  • At the Tropical Butterfly, Wildlife and Falconery Centre from 1 to 23 April there's an Easter Mad about Madagasgar theme.  You can meet species close up, take part in an Easter Egg hunt (Easter Sunday and Monday), enjoy tractor trailor rides and there are Easter bunnies and chicks to meet.   

These are just a few of the Easter events going on for families in the Peak District.  We've picked a few that offer something a little bit different.  We hope that you enjoy them!  Happy Easter holidays!

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Many good citizens want to "do the right thing" when they go on holiday and there are many ways this could be defined.  As holiday cottage owners in the Peak District we are no exception.  Defining what "the right thing" for us is simple: we try our best to ensure our cottage is loved by our guests, that a stay with us does not impact unduly on the environment and that we find ways to support the local economy. 

To "do the right thing" in the past we have:

  • given a high level of customer service, responding quickly, answering questions and meeting guests needs
  • making sure the holiday cottages are fully-equipped and stocked for a self catering break
  • added insulation and underfloor heating at Riverside House holiday cottage
  • encouraged recycling wherever possible
  • and supported our local economy be promoting the best services available from businesses right here in the Peak District

We feel that we can do even better and for this reason we are currently trialling a new approach by collaborating with a local company called www.SaucedHere.co.uk.  We think our collaborations will not only benefit our guests but reduce our environmental footprint and directly support local businesses.

SaucedHere is a new service in the Peak District run by Bakewell resident Luke Osborne.  It provides an alternative to an online supermarket delivery be allowing you to shop conveniently, locally and responsibly.  SaucedHere offers a full basked of products (nearly 1200 in total!) all hand sourced from approaching 35 of the area's top purveyors.  You can visit the SaucedHere website and select all of your shopping from the vast array of local producers in the same way you might do so with the national chains.  When you order with SaucedHere, Luke and his team will then visit each of the local shops involved, collect the items you have selected and bring them to our holiday cottages in one convenient delivery at a time that you choose. 

Guests as well as local residents seem to love the service! It also has the added benefit of reducing the amout of miles your shopping takes to reach you as so many of the products are made right here in the Peak District.

Clearly the local economy benefits too as the areas' independent shops don't get overlooked by the convenience associated with placing an order with a national supermarket chain.  

If you are staying with us we would encourage you to shop with SaucedHere and help us to "do the right thing" in our wonderful Peak District National Park. 

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Did you know that we have a free guide to the Peak District?  Just sign up to our quartlery newsletter and it's yours!

So if you are planning a family and dog friendly short break away sign up now.

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Get away to the Peak District National Park this Spring with our holiday cottage late deals and offers.

Riverside House holiday cottage sleeps 9+2 in four bedrooms and is family and pet friendly with a games room, free wi fi, Sky movies and sports and BT sports in super surround sound.  

Spring deals at Riverside House holiday cottage

  • Mon 27 March (from 3 pm) 4-5 nights now £650, save £124!
  • Sat 22 April (from 3 pm) 4-5 nights now £725, save £142!
  • Mon 15 May (from 3 pm) 4-5 nights now £750, save £117!

Valley View holiday cottage sleeps 13+2 in six bedrooms and is family and pet friendly with stunning views over Dovedale and lovely walks from the door.  Free wi fi, Sky movies and sports and BT sports with two TVs. 

Spring deals at Valley View holiday cottage

  • Mon 24 April (from 4 pm) 4 nights now £899, save £194!
  • Mon 22 May (from 4 pm) 4 nights now £899, save £194!

All deals incluce bed linen, towels, heating and an unlimited supply of logs for the log burner.  Pets stay for £15 each per break.  A returnable breakages bond of £150 is required with all bookings.

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Are you a dog owner planning your next holiday or short break?  Don't leave your best friend at home or pay for expensive kennels!

 

We love having dogs come to stay at our holiday cottages, and we welcome up to five well-behaved dogs at any one time. 

 

Our four-legged visitors love the walks from the doors of the cottages, along the river Dove, and walking on the traffic free Monsal Trail are just a couple of the highlights.  Others include safe and secure gardens with outdoor space, log fires with limitless logs for a cosy sleep after a long walk and lots of local pubs and attractions that are dog friendly.

 

Some of our favourites include the Crich Tramway Museum, which allows dogs on the site and in the trams and there are lovely walks such as the Woodland walk. 

 

Or Peveril Castle above the village of Castleton gives stunning views and you and your dog will appreciate visiting this National Trust property as part of the daily dog walk (it is a bit steep!).  Castleton also has dog friendly pubs for much needed refreshments afterwards.

 

How about Chatsworth House, which is great for an outdoors visit with your dog?  Dogs are allowed in the gardens, sculpture areas, maze, waterworks areas and there are dog posts just outside the farm area and restaurant.  Assistance dogs are allowed in the house. 

 

Some of our favourite dog friendly pubs include The Red Lion at Litton (a lovely town with a village green) and The Church Inn at Chelmorton.  And newer additions to the dog friendly pub scene are The Old Dog at Thorpe and with new owners The Angler's Rest in Miller's Dale. All these pubs are ideal for using as a base for walking in the Peak District. Take a look at our dog friendly pub guide for more information.

 

Our holiday cottages in the Peak District will take up to five dogs so if there is a group of you we won't restrict you to one well behaved dog only as many other holiday cottages will do. 

 

We take our own dog on holiday with us to the Peak District, so we want you to enjoy your holiday with your dog too! 

 

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Don't delay, we've just announced these short break special offers on the blog and social media only!

Riverside House holiday cottage, sleeps 9+2+cot

  • Sat 18 Feb (3pm arrival) for up to 4 nights now only £650, SAVE £124!
  • Mon 27 Mar for 4 to 5 nights now only £650, SAVE £124

Valley View holiday cottage, sleeps 13+2+cot

  • Mon 24 April (4pm arrival) for 4 nights now only £899, SAVE £194

Both holiday cottages are in lovely locations in the Peak District, ideal for walking, cycling and just relaxing.  We are dog friendly too!

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Do you love visiting traditional English pubs?  The Peak District has loads of pubs, many traditional, some modernised and plenty serving delicious hearty food.  Being a walking area many of the pubs in the Peak District welcome walkers and dogs so it's ideal for a day out, short break or longer stay, when you can take in one or a few pubs on a walk!

We've recently updated our list of recommended pubs with comments and suggestions that we hope you will find helpful.  Some of our favourites include the Red Lion, Litton; The Old Dog, Thorpe, The Church Inn, Chelmorton, The Coach and Horses, Fenny Bentley and The Devonshire Arms Hartington.

We base our reviews on friendliness of landlords and staff, quality and value of the food, range of beers and wines and how walker and dog friendly they are.  We also include some suggested walks to take in the pubs too.

One pub that is nearly on the list is The Angler's Rest in Milldale.  We are delighted that there are new reviews on Trip Advisor that are getting excellent comments.  Hopefully it will be on the list soon!

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Planning a short break in the Peak District?  Our National Trust guide to days out in the Peak District can help!

  • The White Peak Estate including Ilam Park and Dovedale has some beautiful walking areas, such as the stepping stones shown in the picture above. For the adventurous there's a 10-mile circular walk taking in the Estate with limestone caves, (the stepping stones) and spectacular scenery.  Our holiday cottage Valley View offers immediate access to this area, so is ideal for exploring The White Peak Estate.  
  • Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood.  The late seventeenth century Hall has many highlights including a Gainsborough of Lady Vernon, a 1930s kitchen, an amazing long gallery, great staircase, carvings in the dining room and some stunning ceiling paintings. And if you are a Jane Austin fan walk in the steps of Mr Darcy, as Sudbury Hall was used for the 1996 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.  The Museum of Childhood reopens in February half-term where you can visit a Victorian school and museum.
  • Eyam House and Craft Centre. A Jacobean Manor with a walled garden, two kitchens, family portraits of the Wright family lived in by 11 generations.  There's a craft centre in the stable yard with local crafspeople and special gifts including Eyam Real Ale, Hartington Cheese, recycled handcrafted wood, pre-loved books and a cafe.  A scenic walk around Eyam is also a must do. 
  • Lyme Park, House and Garden. Step back into the Regency era and the life of Thomas Leigh of Lyme, a great traveller, romantic hero and entrepeneur.  The house is glorious and the gardens are well worth visiting with stunning views and an ancient deer herd.  

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Spread the holiday cheer!  This short break holiday cottage offer in the Peak District is only available through the blog! 

This selected deal for Valley View holiday cottage in the Peak District is from Friday 20 to Monday 23 January 2017.  The holiday cottage sleeps 13 guests in six bathrooms and is in one of the most stunning locations in the Peak District.  The views from the cottage door are outstanding. 

For quality time with friends and family, keep cosy and warm with open fire and free logs, enjoy life's simple pleasures with board games galore, or snuggle up to a Sky movie on our big surround sound TV.

Normally £997 this weekend short break is now on offer.  Book now and get £100 off!  

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A short break or weekend in the autumn is perfect for getting out in the countryside and being active.  In the Peak District there are plenty of walks and cycle routes (some traffic free) that are ideal at this time of year. 

Our favourite has to be The Monsal Trail, a stretch of traffic free walking or cycling that runs from Bakewell, via the stunning Monsal Head viaduct to a couple of miles outside of Buxton.  It is about 8 miles long in both directions and there are three tunnels along the route to provide a reminder of our railway heritage.  All the tunnels are open to the public as part of the trail.

The Monsal Trail is suitable for all ages and all abilities.  For young children and families pick a stretch of the trail around Hassop Station so that you can enjoy the flat walks or hire cycles which come in all sizes.  At Hassop Station there's plenty of parking, cycle hire (including electric bikes), a cafe, restaurant, shop, bookshop and outdoor seating.

For groups of friends we suggest a trip both ways with bikes or on foot at least half the trail is possible or more.  There are also plenty of walks leading off the trail if you want to extend the walk.  For keen cyclists and moutain bikers it is possible to use the trail to link up to other tracks and routes and enjoy a full day out. 

For walks with dogs The Monsal Trail is ideal for off the lead walks, but do bear in mind that at popular times of the year it can be busy with cyclists so you do need to keep an eye on your dog.  

For those who are older or mobility impaired we suggest joining the Trail at Miller's Dale, where there is parking and flat, level access onto the Trail in both directions.  

If you want to get out and about and get active in the Peak District this autumn, why not try The Monsal Trail? Our holiday cottage, Riverside House is only a stone's throw from the Monsal Trail too!

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Half term is nearly here and if you are planning a trip to the Peak District with the family there's plenty to do. Here's a selection of some of our family favourites.

At Matlock Bath every Saturday there are fireworks, which begin at 9 pm.  The annual illuminations are also on running to 29 October.  This is a spectacular display not to be missed.  We suggest either arriving early as car parks get extremely busy or use the park and ride options.

Crich Tramway Village is a fabulous family day out.  Over half term the whole site will be illuminated with the starlight special.  All the family with love that.  From Mon 24 to Wed 26 October there's a Harry Potter look-a-like theme and on Thurs 27 October it is super heroes day, so come dressed as your favourite!  What's more there's a Christmas market on 29 and 30 October for early Christmas shopping ideas. 

If you want to get the Halloween vibe going there's nowhere better than Alton Towers.  A dis-used mine is being reopened at Altonville mine tours which will including chilling secrets in a very scary tour.  There's a scare maze too and after dark two scare zones open in the park.  

For a fascinating glimpse into our industrial heritage a visit to Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site is a must. From 23 to 30 Oct each mill will have its own story to tell set in a lovely backdrop.  There's something for all the family here.

For an active family day out we highly recommend the Monsal Trail, either a traffic free walk or cycle ride (bike hire available along the route).  In keeping with the spooky theme of Halloween the tunnels along the trail offer a creepy insight into the days of the railway and kids will love the experience of the dark and wet tunnels!  Ideal for traffic free dog walks too.  

If you are already planning for half-term 2017 be quick as our holiday cottages are booking up fast!

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Did you know that we have a quarterly newsletter?  We love the Peak District so we are always happy to talk about it! 

Coming up at the end of September the newsletter will cover a feature on Sheffield, which is becoming a foodie lovers destination.

We also talk about our top 10 guides to historic houses, market towns, farmers markets, dog friendly places, antiques, walking and so much more in the Peak District.

And what's more if you sign up to the newsletter you will be able to take advantage of an early bookers discount for 2017!

If you'd like to be added to our newsletter mailing list just let us know.

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