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Highlights in Peak District
- Lovely landscapes
- Natural beauties
- Electrifying roller coasters
- Ancient natural caverns
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Log Cabins & Lodges in the Peak District
Do you like to relax while watching the sunset? Do you enjoy the tranquillity that the small towns of England offer? Holidu has exactly what you are looking for. From Bradwell to Birchover and from Saddleworth to Castleton, you'll find the best cabins for some real quality time. You will be amazed by all that this beautiful town has to offer, wonderful rural landscapes, rich and historical architecture, amazing monuments, picturesque villages and much more. Sunsets at Mm Tor will take your breath away and the extraordinary scenery of Dovedale will become an unforgettable memory. This makes the Peak District an incredible destination for many people. No more waiting, grab your things, make your reservation and marvel at the Peak District!Impressive log cabins for all the needs
One of the most important reasons why they say it has become a destination they have visited in recent years is because it offers numerous cabins for all tastes and all needs. It does not matter if you travel alone, as a couple or as a family, in this place you will find what you are looking for. Cabins with a wide variety of styles, some with traditional English designs and others much more luxurious. Peak District offers from beautiful log cabins, ideal for people who enjoy travelling alone, two-space rentals perfect for couples, to beautiful 4-bedroom lodges, with wonderful gardens, a place to relax and even a swimming pool, perfect for families. Are you ready to book in the Peak District?
Travellers and activities
Nature lovers have a significant number of places in the Peak District that they can visit to feel at ease. Fresh and refreshing air, the singing of birds and wonderful natural landscapes can be found in this wonderful place. Even the places that have the most intervention of man-made constructions are balanced with a good dose of nature, but if what you are looking for is a place from which to completely free yourself from the artificial, Dovedale is one of the best places to do it, an incredible chain of mountains and valleys of low vegetation full of rock formations and streams which is perfect for hiking, contemplating natural wonders and even reflecting. The contrast and the combination of colours between the green of the grass and the brown of the rocks give a magical tint to this wonderful place.Peak District for history lovers
One of the most iconic places to learn about the history of the place is the Chesterfield Parish Church. This imposing medieval construction dating back to the 15th century is a living witness to a historic city that is steeped in history. The church, which has been modified several times over the years, is also a work of architectural art in itself since it has a late Gothic style that is extremely attractive. Go to the church, contemplate it from outside, walk through its central aisle and be amazed by the wonderful stained-glass windows. Without a doubt, a very pleasant experience for history lovers.
Did you know that cave paintings dating back more than 50,000 years were found on one of the archaeological expeditions made in the Peak district caves?
Top 7 travel tips in Peak District
Peak District is a beautiful National Park with varied natural environments where you can enjoy fresh air and wonderful landscapes. The fact that it was delineated in 1951 makes it the UK's oldest National Park, but this is only the beginning of what it offers. Go, take a walk and enjoy the entire extension of the park where you can find huge meadows of intense green colour and grazing sheep, rock formations of calcareous plateau and even whole sandstone stops.2. Enjoy a view that will take your breath away
In the Dovedale Valley there is a hill that stands out from the rest for its particular beauty, for its height and for the wonderful view that you can enjoy when climbing it. Thorpe Cloud is a hill that within the Dovedale Valley is isolated from the rest and that with its 287 rises above the others. Despite the steepness of its slopes, it is relatively easy to climb and when you reach the top, the most expected, a 360 view of the entire valley, the slopes, the hills and the rivers, an unparalleled landscape that you cannot lose.3. Discover the most valuable private collection of ancient drawings in the world
In the astonishing Chatsworth House country house mansion, you will be able to learn a good part of the history of the city, walking through the corridors and rooms you will find a very important amount of artistic collections of all kinds, which include the most valuable private collection of ancient drawings from the world with copies of artists such as Leonardo, Raphael, Titian, Parmigiano, Dürer, Brueghel, Van Dyck and Rubens. It also has paintings by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Poussin, Murillo, Canaletto, Gainsborough and Lucian Freud.4. Ride an electrifying roller coaster
Alton towers is a great theme park perfect to spend a great day with the whole family, it has numerous attractions for both the little ones and for teenagers and adults. The most popular attractions in the park are the incredible roller coasters, which made it the recipient of more than 2,000,000 visitors a year. Galactic, nemesis and the blade are some of the most visited roller coasters in which you can have a course of reckless ascents and electrifying descents.5. Take in the view of the valleys from above
Heights of Abraham is a fantastic cable car where you can take a wonderful ride over some valleys of the Peak district. The transparency on the four sides of the walls of the funicular make it possible to have a 360-degree view to fully enjoy the ride. At the end of the corridor At the top of the Valley you arrive at the wonderful Hilltop Park which is a splendid place to spend a family day where you can do outdoor activities, enjoy the playgrounds and even have a family dinner.6. Take a trip to the interior of the earth
Peak Cavern, also known as Devil's Ass, are a chain of underground caves in which you can take an incredible journey to a world full of things to explore. The fundamental difference between this cave system and the rest that are in the area is that it is almost entirely a construction of nature, in addition to being the largest in Britain. In the cave system you can go "Lumbago walk" which is one of the busiest roads where you can see vestiges of previous inhabitants and many natural wonders.7. Fall in love with all the beauty of Lake Rudyard
The landscape generated by the water of the doctor lake in combination with the spontaneously parked boats superimposed between the view and the trees are of enormous beauty worthy of admiration by whoever visits it. The beauty of the lake became so famous already that the parents of the Nobel Prize-winning literary writer Rudyard Kipling met there and liked the place so much that they decided to name their son in his memory. In the lake you can fish, do outdoor activities and even go boating while enjoying the scenery.
FAQs: Log Cabins & Lodges in Peak District
Which types of facilities are available at the log cabins in the Peak District?
Among the amenities offered by Holidu, it appears that the log cabins in the Peak District have everything that travellers need! Here, the log cabins generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (91%), garden (81%), and view (27%)...Are you convinced yet?
What are the reviews like for the log cabins in the Peak District?
According to last year's information, the majority of the log cabins in the Peak District get a rating of less than 4.5 stars. It can therefore be assumed that it is not the best destination for the highest-rated log cabins in the United Kingdom.
Are the log cabins in the Peak District suitable for family holidays?
Judging by information from Holidu, 17% of log cabins in the Peak District are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the perfect log cabin for you and your family.
Are the log cabins in the Peak District suitable for holiday-makers who wish to travel with their pets?
Yes! in the Peak District, 47% of the log cabins accept them, and 81% also have a garden!
Do the log cabins in the Peak District often offer an internet connection?
Certainly! According to last year's data, 91% of log cabins in the Peak District offer an internet connection. This means that you will be able to stay connected during your stay!
How much does it cost for log cabins in the Peak District?
A high percentage of log cabins in the Peak District (61%) are less than £100 a night. This is the dream destination for booking a budget-friendly log cabin!
Do the log cabins in the Peak District generally have a fireplace or a swimming pool?
Definitely! According to the information collected last year, a good amount of log cabins in the Peak District have a fireplace. Fancy a weekend by the fire? Don't delay in booking a log cabin in the Peak District!
Are the log cabins in the Peak District suitable for trips with several people or better for a weekend break as a small group?
Judging by information from Holidu, 73% of log cabins accept up to four people. Approximately 76% of the log cabins here include at least two separate bedrooms. Peak District is the ideal destination for families of four!