• Sheen Bunkhouse

    Peakstones, Sheen, Derbys, SK17 0ES
    Sheen Bunkhouse is in a quiet corner of the Peak District, close to the beautiful Dove and Manifold valleys. It has a well equipped self-catering kitchen, lounge, two bunkrooms and separate toilets & showers. The Manifold Track, Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail give easy access to beautiful countryside, ideal for families and cyclists. Dovedale and the moors offer stunning walking. Buxton, Leek and Bakewell are within 12 miles and Alton Towers is 20 minutes away by car.
  • Matlock Glamping Rooms

    Designate, 6 Rutland Street, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3GN
    Set in the heart of the historic spar town of Matlock, these newly renovated 'Glamping Rooms' ooze style and comfort. On site and available to guests, by prior arrangement, is Designates' cosy bar with open fires, home cooked food and a fully licensed party venue complete with beach garden. The two rooms are self contained, each with a shower room, kitchenette and beds for up to 6 guests.
  • Glenorchy Centre

    Chapel Lane, Wirksworth, Derbyshire, DE4 4FF
    The Glenorchy Centre is on the edge of the Peak District National Park in the historic market town of Wirksworth. The High Peak Trail for walking, pony trekking & cycling, as well as Black Rocks for bouldering & climbing are within two miles. Nearby Cromford has Arkwright’s mills, a World Heritage Site, & Cromford Canal. Suitable for self-catering groups, the accommodation is well appointed with a spacious multi-purpose room & separate dining room.
  • Royal Oak Bunkbarn

    The Royal Oak, Hurdlow, Nr Buxton, SK17 9QJ
    A refurbished stone barn next to an award winning Peak District country pub, The Royal Oak Bunkbarn is perfectly situated with direct access onto the High Peak and Tissington Trails (disused railways for easy off-road cycling). The area is also very popular with climbers and walkers with limestone gorges and stone circles to explore. The bunkbarn offers comfortable, clean bunk bed style rooms. The five separate bunk rooms are all heated and lockable. Campsite and holiday cottages also available.
  • Alstonefield Camping Barn

    Gateham Grange, Alstonefield, Ashbourne, Derbys. DE6 2FT
    Close to Dovedale, the Manifold Valley Cycle Trail, Carsington Water, AltonTowers and the Roaches Rocks (great for climbers). Ideal for quiet group get-togethers/parties, families, cyclists, walkers, DofE, Scouts, school groups and team building. Camping in the comfort of a remote cosy barn with log burning stove. No electric and no distractions, it is the perfect place to switch off from the hassles of a hectic life. BYO all camping equipment.
  • Ilam Bunkhouse

    Ilam Park, Ilam, nr Ashbourne, DE6 2AZ
    The former 19th century stable block of Ilam Hall in the Peak District National Park close to Dovedale. Now managed by the National Trust and providing high quality group accommodation. Each bunk has a locker, night light and plug socket. The sociable main living area has a large dining table with benches, an open plan kitchen and large comfortable sofas. Explore the limestone hills, dales, rivers and woodland of the picturesque White Peak.
  • Butterton Camping Barns Waterslacks and Wills Barns

    Fenns Farm, Wetton Road, Butterton, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 7ST
    Fenns Farm Accommodation can offer guests accommodation to suit all budgets, it consists of four properties, Waterslacks Camping barn sleeping 15, Wills ‘Glamping’ Barn sleeping 6 and our two holiday cottages, Fenns & Foggs’ Barn both sleeping 7. All the accommodation is situated on the edge of the Peak District village of Butterton, also all in walking distance of the local pub and the Manifold Valley.
  • Boarshurst Centre Saddleworth

    3 Boarshurst Lane, Greenfield, Oldham OL3 7EA
    The Boarshurst Centre is situated on the north western edge of the Peak District yet with easy road and rail links to Manchester (12 miles away). With 32 beds across 2 dorms and 2 leaders rooms the centre provides well appointed self catering accommodation for affiliated child, youth and adult groups from registered charities and organisations who seek to practice outdoor pursuits.BYO sheets and sleeping bags
  • Dalehead Bunkhouse

    Dalehead Bunkhouse, Upper Booth, Edale, Hope Valley, S33 7ZJ
    Dalehead Bunkhouse is on a working hill farm at the remote head of Edale Valley. Providing basic but comfortable accommodation heated by log burner & infrared radiant heat. There is a kitchen with fridge/freezer, a lounge, dining room and plenty of parking. Please bring sleeping bags, pillows and towels. Edale is a very popular destination for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers, hang-gliders or for enjoying the magnificent scenery.
  • Roaches Bunkhouse

    Upper Hulme Mill, Roach Road, Upper Hulme, Nr Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8TY
    The Roaches Bunkhouse is at the foot of The Roaches gritstone edge in the Peak District. The area has some of the best climbing in the country plus walks & cycling in stunning scenery. The communal area has tables & chairs, log fire, DVDs & board games. Self-catering facilities are available in a small kitchen. Outside BBQ area. On site parking. Walking distance of Ye Old Rock Inn & the Roaches Tearooms. 3 miles to the bustling market town of Leek.
  • John Hunt Base

    Hagg Farm OEC, Snake Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BJ
    The John Hunt Base is situated in the High Peak on the site of Hagg Farm (which is also in this Guide). The base offers comfortable, family friendly accommodation ideal for sightseeing, hill walking, trail running and biking as well as quieter pursuits such as photography. There is a picnic area, wildlife garden with fire pit and a playing field with climbing boulder. Activities can be arranged including climbing, stream scrambling, caving & on-site high ropes.
  • Thorpe Farm Bunkhouses

    Thorpe Farm, Hathersage, Peak District, Via Sheffield, S32 1BQ
    Close to Hathersage and 2 miles west of Stanage Edge, the bunkhouses are on a family-run dairy farm. Popular areas for climbing, walking from meadows to moorland with fantastic views & mountain biking. Each bunkhouse is heated and has a living room, kitchen, bathrooms with two toilets, showers and washbasins. Sleep in dorms with bunks or the Hayloft has mattresses on the gallery floor. Camping is available. Secure bike storage and free parking.
  • Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre

    Pindale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6RN
    A mile from Castleton in the Peak District, Pindale Farm offers a range of accommodation: B&B in the farmhouse. The Barn has 6 self-catering units. The Engine House is a self-catering unit & The Powder House is a small camping barn. Plus a campsite. Perfect for many outdoor activities. Instruction is available.
  • Shining Cliff Hostel

    Jackass Lane, Alderwasley, DE56 2RE
    With its own crags, streams, lakes & 100-acres of mature woodland, Shining Cliff Hostel has nature on its doorstep. Access is half a mile from the nearest parking area along a rough woodland footpath. Paths lead through the woods to the A6 at Ambergate (20 mins’ walk) which has a food shop, pub, buses and trains to Derby. The hostel is ideal for a wide range of groups wishing to enjoy time away in a peaceful woodland setting.
  • Lockerbrook Farm Outdoor Centre

    Snake Pass, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0BJ
    Lockerbrook Farm provides remote accommodation for groups of 15 to 38 people with with stunning views across Snakes Pass to the Peak District Edges. Sleeping is in two large dorms and five smaller rooms. There is a large kitchen and dining area, ideal for groups to self cater and an enormous activity room with lounge area and a splendid wood burning stove. Catering can be provided.
  • Cliffe House

    140 Lane Head Road, Shepley, West Yorkshire, HD8 8DB
    Cliffe House is set in 14 acres of woodland in rural West Yorkshire, just 7 miles from the Peak District. A centre for outdoor learning and conferences, ideal for schools and businesses, it is also available as a whole house booking to groups of families and friends. There are 10 bed rooms sleeping up to 72 people and three bright communal areas with seating for 40 people in each.
  • Hagg Farm Outdoor Centre

    Hagg Farm OEC, Snake Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BJ
    Situated in the Peak District’s Woodlands Valley, Hagg Farm offers comfortable accommodation for up to 44 people with an additional 18 beds in the John Hunt Base next door (also in this Guide). Part of Nottinghamshire C.C’s Environmental & Outdoor Education Service, Hagg Farm is available for private hire by groups, families, clubs & charitable organisations. It can be booked on a self-catering or catered basis.
  • St Michaels Centre

    Main Road, Hathersage, Derbyshire, S32 1BB
    At the heart of Hathersage in the Hope Valley, close to Stanage and the other gritstone edges, the Derwent Valley Reservoirs, Chatsworth, Castleton and Hathersage outdoor pool. Limitless walking from the door. High quality accommodation for groups, with a well equipped self-catering kitchen, dining room, lounge & classroom. Outdoor activities available on request.
  • Moorside Farm Bunkhouse

    Hollinsclough, Longnor, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0RF
    A 300-year-old farmhouse set 1200 feet up in the beautiful Derbyshire/Staffordshire Peak District National Park. Five miles from historic Buxton and a perfect base for all the Peak District has to offer. The 2 sleeping areas sleep 14 and 6 - perfect for a small group or family. A 3 course breakfast and optional packed lunch / substantial evening meal are provided. Vegetarians catered for. Hot drinks can be made in the small kitchen. No self catering facilities. Ample parking space.
  • Homestead and Cheesehouse

    The Farm, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BL
    In the heart of Bamford these two bunkhouses are on a small farm just 3 miles from Stanage Edge. The Derwent Dams are close by. Perfectly located for visiting Castleton, Chatsworth House & Hathersage. Both bunkhouses are centrally heated have hot showers and well equipped kitchens. Sheets & pillows are provided (BYO sleeping bags). Book separately or together. Sorry, no dogs.
  • Foundry Adventure Centre

    The Old Playhouse, Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, SK17 8RF
    With all of the Peak District National Park within easy access, the centre is an ideal location for activities and tourism and it welcomes a wide range of groups. 31 or 52 bed configurations can be booked. The spacious centre includes; a large lounge with library, TV and wood burning stove, well equipped kitchens & dining areas. An extensive network of paths give access to the countryside. Adventure activities available, great for team building & courses.
  • Edale Camping Barn Cotefield Farm

    Cotefield Farm Olllerbrook Edale Hope Valley Derbyshire S33 7ZG
    Overlooking Mam Tor, at the start of the Pennine Way, Edale Barn is a traditional camping barn or stone tent with a basic wooden sleeping platform and a small communal living area. Within easy reach of Kinder Scout, Jacobs Ladder, Kinder Downfall & Hollins Cross. Adjoining the barn, but with external access, is a cooking area and separate toilet, please note these are chemical toilets. There is no heating or electricity, a mains water tap is located in the cooking shelter. BYO sleeping mats/bags & cooking equipment and torches. Pubs serving meals are within easy walking distance.
  • Thornbridge Outdoors

    Great Longstone, Bakewell, DE45 1NY
    Thornbridge Outdoors offers excellent flexible group accommodation. With its superb location in the heart of the Peak District you have access to wonderful countryside, quaint villages, stately homes, and the traffic free Monsal Trail, popular with walkers and cyclists.
  • Bushey Heath Farm

    Forest Lane, Tideswell Moor, Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8JE
    Bushey Heath Farm in the heart of the Peak District offers 2 self contained bunk barns for groups of up to 20 and a summer campsite. The larger barn can accommodate occupants of both barns for meals. The farm has been developed with ground source heating, a wind turbine and rainwater harvesting, so visitors can experience practical sustainable ideas. Sleeping bags/duvets/sheet required.
  • Upper Booth Camping Barn

    Upper Booth Farm, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZJ
    Next to a small campsite alongside Crowden Clough in the Peak District. Hire the simple barn and additional pitches on the campsite. There is space for cooking (BYO equipment and beds) and tables for eating. Toilets, sinks & showers are shared with the campsite. On a working hill-farm, the Pennine Way passes through the farmyard and there is great mountain biking locally.
  • Ollerbrook Farm Bunkhouses

    Ollerbrook Booth, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZG
    Close to the start of the Pennine Way with easy access to Kinder Scout and the village of Edale via a network of footpaths from the doorstep. Castleton, Buxton, Bakewell and Chatsworth House are all within 40 minutes' drive. There are 2 bunkhouses each with a fully equipped kitchen and available for sole use by groups. Bring your own sleeping bags.
  • The Reckoning House

    Mandale Farm, Haddon Grove, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JF
    Renovated to a high standard including double glazing and insulation, the Reckoning House is situated 3 miles from Bakewell. It is on the edge of the Lathkill Dale National Nature Reserve, full of interesting flora and fauna as well as outstanding geological features. Horse riding, fishing, golf and cycle hire are available locally. Local walks include the Limestone Way. Facilities include: cooking area, 4 calor gas rings (gas supplied), hot water for washing up & showers, storage heaters in all rooms.
  • Bretton Hostel

    Bretton, near Eyam, Hope Valley, Derbyshire S32 5QD
    Bretton Hostel, near historic Eyam in the heart of the Peak District, feels remote surrounded by fields on Bretton Edge. With glorious far-reaching views across the Dark and White Peak and excellent walks and cycle rides from the door. Sleeps 17; bedding provided; kitchen; sitting room; wood burner; Studio.
  • Mount Cook Adventure Centre

    Porter Lane, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Matlock, DE4 4LS
    This not-for-profit organisation is based on the outskirts of the Peak District. Their mission is to provide access to the outdoors for all, especially young people and those who would not otherwise have the opportunity. Mount Cook offers a range of exciting outdoor activities including Archery, Bush Craft, High Ropes and Zip Wire. The purpose-built Centre can accommodate up to 140 guests in modern ensuite bedrooms, and a further 40 guests in Glamping Pods.