Planning a romantic break in the Peak District? Embellished with rolling hills, purple heather and sheet-like lakes, it’s the perfect getaway for you and your special someone. And with a wide selection of holiday cottages to choose from, you’re only a few clicks from an escape.

If you’re after a rural retreat, we’ve got plenty of properties to choose from. And whatever you need, our friendly customer service team is at hand to help. Want a secluded cabin with countryside views? Or how about a shepherd’s hut surrounded by fluffy sheep? Would you prefer a spacious pet-friendly cottage with a hot tub, enclosed garden and lots of dog-friendly walks nearby? Whatever it is, we’ve got you covered.

Whether you want to be located in the popular town of Bakewell or have a cottage that is situated somewhere a little more remote, our wide selection of holiday homes are dotted across the Peak District. With easy access to other locations, including the Lake District and the Isle of Wight, you can make a right trip of your romantic retreat. So surprise your special someone today and book a home with us today.

Romantic Cottages in the Peak District

  • Cottage in Derbyshire

    Hope Valley

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  • Cottage in Staffordshire

    Leek

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  • Cottage in Derbyshire

    Hope Valley

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  • Cottage in Derbyshire

    Wirksworth

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  • The Potting Shed

    Crowdecote

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  • Mill Wheel Cottage

    Swadlincote

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Bramble Grange

    Swadlincote

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  • Netherfield Cottage

    Chesterfield

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  • Clovermead Cottage

    Derby

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Most romantic locations in the Peak District

The Peak District’s stunning landscape, beautiful wildlife and picture-perfect villages make it ideal for a romantic break. If you’re looking for where specifically to go, here are our top locations in this national park.

Types of romantic breaks in the Peak District