Peak District Holidays welcomes you to two luxury 5 star Holiday Apartments on the edge of the Peak District.
The ultimate self catering accommodation in Derbyshire, established in 2003.
Peak District Holidays introduces "The Birds Nest" (1st floor) and "Mole End" (Ground floor). Matlock Bath, overlooking the River Derwent and the impressive limestone face of Wild Cat Tor. A few minutes' walk away is Cromford, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, and it is only a short drive to the glorious Peak District National Park.
The apartments are situated in a late Victorian mews that nestles on a wooded hillside in Matlock Bath gateway to the peak district.
The apartments have been completely refurbished to an exceptionally high standard, with great attention to detail and no expense spared. This is immediately apparent to the visitor, in the original exposed floorboards, co-ordinated furniture, carpets, dimmed lighting and soft furnishings. Well sited in secure surroundings, both self catering apartments sleep 4 people very comfortably. (We can accommodate a larger party of up to 8 by using both apartments, subject to availability.)
Central heating, fully-fitted kitchens, 37" LCD TV, satellite TV, WIFI, off road parking - everything has been provided to ensure that you have a comfortable and relaxing peak district holiday break. See 'Guestbook / facilities' page for full summary.
If you were looking for something a little different to a traditional self catering holiday cottage, why not try our luxury peak district holiday apartments! You get the usual charm of a cottage but with modern comforts.
Peak District Holidays is a family run business providing luxury 5 Star self catering accommodation in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. Our competitive rates give you great value for money, and you will be sure to receive a reliable and high standard of service.
Please note that both apartments are NO SMOKING! And no pets are allowed, except for guide dogs.
NEW GAMES ROOM ADDED DEC 2012
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