Peak District Holiday Barn, Wardlow Mires, near Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8RW
Call Amanda or Marie on 07525 051226 or 07794 994487
OverviewThis extremely impressive holiday barn with 7 bedrooms comfortably sleeps up to 24. Situated in the heart of the Peak District, perfectly positioned for large groups to stay together and celebrate: wedding parties, family re-unions, birthdays, stag and hen parties, walking holidays etc. Also perfect for corporate residential or team building courses. Converted to an extremely high standard while retaining many of the barn's original features. Fully insulated with double glazing and central heating throughout. 7 bedrooms including king sized 4 poster bed (all bed linen included), 3 bathrooms, a large multi-fuel log burner, plenty of off-road parking. The new play room has table tennis table, pool table, darts, pizza oven, bar area and WCs. Outside is a lawned garden with wood burning hot tub that sits 16 (available to hire as an extra), BBQ, and fire pit. One all year round price with no additional increases for seasonal variations, school holidays, bank holidays etc (excluding Christmas and New Year's Eve). During midweek periods no matter what the size of your group the barn is the perfect venue with our midweek flexibility package. This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:19 (sleeps 24): 1x king 4 poster, 3x dbles, 1x fam rm with superking & 2 large bunks, 2x6 large bunks.
Open:All year. All day. Check in 4pm.
Price per night:Fri/Sat £2600 (2 nights), Fri/Sat/Sun £3200 (3 nights). Mon-Thur £900pn. Weddings from £6500 (3 nights) including accommodation.
Booking:Deposit of 30% with final invoice including returnable security bond of £500 due 6 weeks prior to arrival.
Directions:Situated on the A623 in Wardlow Mires, next to the pub. OS 182757
Public Transport:Rail: Sheffield to Manchester line Hope or Grindleford stations (7 miles). Transpeak bus Nottingham to Manchester stops at Ashford (4 miles).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available only to groups, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Luxury Barn page, the Wedding Venue page and the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map.
Come and see all Derbyshire has to offer!
October 17th 2018
Buxton’s historic Pavillion gardens and spa-town architecture are iconic of Derbyshire’s heritage rich in nature and economy!
“The future’s bright in Derbyshire
Where past and present meet,
From castles, trams, and ancient mills
To vibrant city streets.
Along the valleys, through the towns
the Derwent makes its way,
Full of hope and promise
At the dawn of each new day…” – Cathy Grindrod
Buxton is a poetic place. You can walk among the ghosts of Victorian tourists seeking refreshment in the famous spars that even carry the legacy on today, and join them in drinking the clean fresh spring water that is still available on the streets though a communal tap. The buildings are lined with the historic gold of the booming start to tourist economy, and you can marvel in their grandeur, and even pay a visit to one of the most famous buildings in Buxton, the Buxton Opera House!
Peak District Camping Barn
October 26th 2017
…A luxurious open plan capacious barn…
You won’t be surprised to learn that the Peak District Holiday Barn is in the Peak District. More specifically, it is Wardlow Mires, near to Tideswell. Tideswell is a charming small town, with its impressive church styling itself The Capital of The Peak. It has shops, cafes and an excellent fish and chip shop!
What is surprising is the glorious quality of the accommodation. Firstly, its huge. A luxurious open plan capacious barn. Browse the photo gallery and you’ll see comfortable leather sofas, a well stocked and open plan kitchen – akin to the visible catering kitchens of gastro pubs, exposed stone work. Out in the garden is a barbecue area, fire pit and pizza oven. I can imagine evening spent convivially gathered around a range of fires, glass in hand, eagerly awaiting a hot slice of food.
Another surprise might be that the Barn offers wine tasting events, as well as more predictable climbing, abseiling and bushcraft.