2 miles from Flash, the highest village in Britain, Gib Tor Farm is situated in the Peak Park. The nearby Roaches is a wind-carved outcrop of gritstone where buzzards fly, wallabies roam, climbers discover 'new routes' and sightseer take in the view of the three shires. Visit Buxton for the spa or Leek for the auction houses, antique shops and farmers markets …see more
A luxurious holiday cottage located on the edge of The Peak District with panoramic views and amazing sunsets! With 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, our converted barn is fitted out to the highest specifications. Ideal for walkers and nature lovers. Near Macclesfield & Buxton. Featured in Red Magazine, Prima and House Beautiful as one of the ten best 'home-from-homes' in the UK! …see more
After a hard days play in the Peak district Walking ,Climbing, Mountain Biking ,Caving or enjoying the delights of Buxton. Come home to a real fire at the end of a perfect day or relax and chill out with a Glass of wine in the secluded hot tub. Minimum Charge is £410.00
Hot tub is optional extra charged at £50.00 payable to the owners on arrival …see more
At the heart of the Peak District National Park, between the historic market towns of Buxton and Bakewell. Enjoys a private enclosed patio. Walks from the door. Dining pub 2 mins walk. Pet welcome. Chatsworth 10 miles. Close to Monsal Trail for superb cycling.
Traditional stone barn in secluded and completely rural part of the Peak District, at the centre of the country's best known walking, riding and cycling trails. Pub minutes away. Sleeps 8 (4 bedrooms). Part of a beautiful 18th century farm on the edge of the village of Flash, the highest village in Britain. …see more
Due to late cancellation now available for Christmas Dec 20th or 21st for 7 days
The Old Stables is a sympathetic conversion of the 19th century stables in the historic town of Buxton,in the High Peak District, providing 4-star comfort for a large family or group. The property is decorated for Christmas and there lots to see and do in the town plus great walks . …see more