Bretton Hostel; a hidden treasure in the Peak District

Nestled within the breathtaking expanse of the Peak District, Bretton Hostel is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Surrounded by meadows that stretch as far as the eye can see, the hostel offers a serene escape, inviting you to unwind and bask in the tranquillity that only such pristine landscapes can provide.

Perched on the cusp of remote fields, Bretton Hostel affords magnificent vistas of the Dark Peak’s rugged gritstone edges and moors to the north, while the White Peak’s limestone plateau graces the southern horizon. It’s a haven of quietude where you can immerse yourself in the soul-stirring beauty of the natural world.

Available for sole use, Bretton Hostel accommodates up to 17 guests. The annexe serves as a versatile communal space, complete with a cosy log burner, bean bags, a pool table, and inviting sofas. This room’s adaptability extends to hosting yoga retreats and holistic getaways, offering a serene backdrop for inner reflection and rejuvenation. The hostel is also very close to a pub.

For those keen to explore the wonders of the Peak District, Bretton Hostel offers a wealth of nearby activities.

Embark on picturesque hikes on the Peak Pilgrimage or Trans Euro trail
Traverse the iconic Stanage or Froggat Edge for stunning views
Delve into history at Chatsworth House and Gardens
Visit Castleton which is famous for its cave network and Blue John crystals
Explore Eyam the Plague Village which as an interesting, dark history.

Bretton Hostel is more than just accommodation; it’s an invitation to forge a profound connection with the enchanting Peak District. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures or holistic retreats, this haven promises an experience that’s as transformative as the landscapes it calls home.

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