Book a Luxury Self Catering Holiday Cottage in the Derbyshire Peak District.

Derbyshire Holiday Homes is a family run business. We want to welcome you and your stay is important to us. The Escape is a large stone cottage in the heart of the village of Two Dales, near Matlock, Derbyshire.

The Escape

The Patio Area on beautiful sunny afternoon

The Escape

This property in the small village of Two Dales, between Matlock and Bakewell and is set just outside the Peak District National Park surrounded by the beautiful Derbyshire Dales Countryside.

The Escape is self catering holiday accommodation sleeping up to 10 people in the main house, complete with luxury sheltered hot tub and private parking for 4 to 5 cars.

Facilities

  • Hot tub
  • Private parking
  • Sleeps 10
  • 2 ensuite bathrooms
  • 1 family bathroom
  • 2 Jacuzzi baths
  • Large living room
  • Large kitchen
  • Dining room – seats 10
  • Patio with BBQ
  • Outdoor dining table

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The Haven with Hot Tub

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Little Haven

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Two Dales Village in the Derbyshire Peak District

two dales village in the derbyshire peak district

All our properties are in the peaceful hamlet of Two Dales in the Derbyshire Peak District.

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There’s lots to do and see in the Derbyshire Peak District

Bakewell Town – Shopping

To the north of Darley Dale is Bakewell. Bakewell is the only market town within the Peak District National Park boundary and its attractive courtyards, independent shops, cafés and its location on the River Wye make it a hugely popular destination for tourists to the Peak District. Continue reading

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What’s On in Derbyshire

Chicago – The Musical, Chesterfield

9 April – 12 April 2019

Broadway’s longest running American musical comes to Chesterfield! Set in the 1920’s and based on real murders and trials, we follow Roxie who murders her lover and is arrested. In jail she meets double-murderess Velma. When both acquire the same lawyer, Billy Flynn, tensions come to ahead as they both vie for the spotlight. Featuring such musical theatre song staples as; ‘All That Jazz’, ‘Mister Cellophane’, and ‘The Cell Block Tango’.

Chatsworth International Horse Trials

10 May – 12 May 2019

A three-day event of thrilling world-class equestrian sport, combined with entertainment for all the family in the beautiful surroundings of Chatsworth.

Our holiday cottages make an ideal base for a trip to the Chatsworth International Horse Trials. The Escape, is a large luxury 5 bedroom holiday cottage with hot tub near Chatsworth, or visit our home page to see our other luxury holiday cottages in the Derbyshire Peak District with hot tub near Chatsworth.

“Circle” at Buxton Museum

12 January – 23 March 2019

In their exhibition at Buxton Museum, Derbyshire based artist Sue Lewis-Blake and Ursula Blancke-Dau from Lüneburg, Germany explore the notion of the circle: its outline shape, its central space and its symbolic meaning. Many of the works on show have ancient stone circles as the source of inspiration, there being a number of such sites close to both of the artists’ homes.