Log cabins in the Peak District

NameLocationTelephoneNumber of CabinsPetsHot Tubs
Sandybrook Country Park - Find out moreAshbourne0844 561 8383No Pets
Longnor Wood - Find out moreLongnor Buxton0844 561 8383No PetsHot Tubs
Lime Tree Park - Find out moreBuxton0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Beechwood Park - Find out moreThulston Nr Melbourne0844 561 8383No Pets
Darwin Forest Country Park - Find out moreDarley Moor Matlock0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Ashbourne Heights - Find out moreFenny Bentley Ashbourne0844 561 8383No Pets
Charlesworth Lodges - Find out moreCharlesworth0844 561 8383No PetsHot Tubs
Swainswood Leisure Park and Spa - Find out moreOverseal Nr Ashby-de-la-Zouch0844 561 8383No PetsHot Tubs
Weaver - Find out moreRamshorn Wood (near Alton Towers)01244 352218No Pets
Dimmingsdale - Find out moreRamshorn Wood (near Alton Towers)01244 352218Pets AllowedHot Tub
Norbury - Find out moreRamshorn Wood (near Alton Towers)01244 352218Pets AllowedHot Tub
Hoe Grange HolidaysMatlockTel (day) 01629 540262-Pets Allowed
Lodge FarmGlossopTel (day) 01457 853237 or 07808 580111-No pets
Rosliston Forest LodgesSwadlincoteTel (day) 01283 563483-Pets Allowed

What to do on your Log Cabin Holiday to the Peak District

If you are looking for an outdoor nature adventure where you can take your family and friends, a visit to the beautiful county of Derbyshire should definitely be on top of your list. Located in the heart of England and filled with many different land formations such as hills, peaks and mountains, Derbyshire is a quiet and relaxing place to go to if you want a memorable log cabin holiday. This county overlaps with the well-known and popular chain of hills called the Pennines where you can take your companions for some old-fashioned nature trips. Derbyshire is also the place to find a substantial part of the famous Peak District National Park which is the first national park in the British Isles. With all of the nature tripping you can do in this place, Derbyshire is one holiday spot that will surely keep you coming back again and again.

Because most of it is found in Derbyshire, the Peak District National Park is usually associated to this county. Providing many opportunities for outdoor activities, nature strolling and even extreme sports, the Peak District National Park is the haven for those who want to experience nature and sports in its finest. In this park, there are large, open areas where visitors can hillwalk, hike and stroll the mountainsides. There are also long distance trails in this park where tourists can do horseback riding, mountain cycling, running and slow strolling. If you want to push your experience further, the Peak District National Park also offers paragliding activities that will surely push your adrenaline to the limits.

For those who are interested in ancient history and century-old castles, the Bolsover Castle in Chester field, Derbyshire is one place that shouldn’t be missed. Renovated many times since it was constructed centuries ago, the Bolsover Castle offers you the experience to know England’s best kept secrets hidden in its collection of ancient rooms, original paintings and antique furniture. The mystery behind this ruin will make you think about the past centuries of England and instill a curiosity that will keep you coming back for more.

Derbyshire is a special place that combines history and nature in one. To make sure that you get only the best of what Derbyshire has to offer, always get your log cabin holidays in advance before you even pack your belongings. Depending on your preferred accommodation package and budget, there is always a log cabin in Derbyshire ready to serve your needs one of the best being Longnor Wood.

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