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The Escape is a 5 bedroom large stone cottage in the heart of the village of Two Dales, near Matlock, Derbyshire. It has a hot tub, a large living room, kitchen and dining room, plus it’s very own games room with pool table and darts board.
This property in the small village of Two Dales, Derbyshire, between Matlock and Bakewell is set just outside the Peak District National Park surrounded by the beautiful Derbyshire Dales Countryside.
The Escape is a self catering holiday accommodation sleeping up to 10 people in the main house, complete with luxury sheltered hot tub, games room and private parking for 4 to 5 cars.
- 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
Our other Luxury Self Catering Cottages in Derbyshire
Two Owls Lodge
This luxurious lodge is as impressive as the location. With an exceptionally large and comfortable lounge and dining area, the views through the impressive floor to ceiling windows are superb. Large fireplace with wood burning stove.
Situated in the heart of the village of Two Dales, conveniently located for many local walks and only 10 minutes to either Matlock or Chatsworth/Bakewell at the heart of the Peak District.
The Haven with Hot Tub
A lovely 2 bedroomed, pet friendly stone-built cottage offers comfortable accommodation for the holidaymaker. Located close to the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth, Bakewell & Matlock,
Featuring a stylish open-plan living area complete with small kitchen, dining area and lounge space the cottage affords comfortable holiday accommodation for couples looking for a quiet getaway.
There’s lots to do and see in the Derbyshire Peak District
Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire, on the banks of the river Derwent. Home of the Cavendish family since the 1550s, it has evolved through the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions and interests of succeeding...
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay where it is joined by High Peak Junction.
The High Peak Trail runs for 17.5 miles from High Peak Junction, near Cromford, to Dowlow, 6 miles south of Buxton.
After a £2m restoration scheme, the Monsal Trail an 81/2 mile stretch of railway line between Bakewell and Blackwell Junction near Buxton, is now open again after over 40 years.
Peak District cycling has routes for all the family. If you haven’t cycled for a long time, then opt for cycle hire in the Peak District on a fun and easy-going route for all ages and abilities.
The imposing ruins of Peveril Castle stand high above the pretty village of Castleton in the heart of Derbyshire’s Peak District. Mentioned in the Domesday survey, Peveril Castle is one of England’s earliest Norman fortresses. The keep was built by Henry II in 1176.
This romantic residence – built by Sir Charles Cavendish in 1612 and completed by his son William – is a fantastic place to immerse yourself in the Golden Age of Chivalry.
Welcome to Hardwick, whose stunning houses and beautiful landscape have been shaped by a cast of thousands.
If historic houses and stately homes are more your thing then the Peak District & Derbyshire have some of the best in the country with Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Renishaw Hall.
The Alton Towers Resort Theme Park has an amazing selection of thrill rides and family attractions. Head deep underground and experience the terrifying Nemesis Sub-Terra.
Set in part of a 600 acre working farm, the Park provides a great day out with varied activities for all the family.
Take a tram ride through time at Crich Tramway Village, home of The National Tramway Museum – an ideal destination for all ages.
If you’ve never been to the Derbyshire Peak District then Matlock Bath offers many attractions for children and adults. One of the star attractions is Gullivers Kingdom, and is one of the four parks in the UK owned by the Gulliver Theme Park Resorts group.
The working farmyard offers people of all ages the opportunity to handle the animals, learn about food production and find out more about poultry, cattle and sheep, to name but a few.
There’s a huge variety of things to do in the Peak District and Derbyshire. With visitor attractions to keep everyone entertained – something for everyone to enjoy!
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.
The Heights of Abraham is located in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales in the picturesque village of Matlock Bath that is a unique place with something for everyone.
To the South of Darley Dale is the town of Matlock which is a former spa town situated at a sharp bend in the River Derwent.
This Medieval and Tudor manor house is an absolute gem. Inside, there is a fine example of a medieval kitchen; and an Elizabethan long gallery – the most modern room in the house!
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What’s On in Derbyshire
22nd November to 6th January
Do you and your family like playing board games, then Sudbury Hall, a late 17th Century stately home near Ashbourne, Derbyshire is putting on it’s first Sudbury Hall Games Event.
National Trust, owners of Sudbury Hall, invite you and your family to play your way around the rooms with larger than life family favourite board games, with a few festive surprises around the corner.
6th – 8th December 2019
Matlock Victorian Christmas Market has matured over the years and now offers a wide range of Christmas goodies. The Market is visited by thousands every year who come to buy those extra special Christmas gifts you won’t find in the shops.
The Matlock Victorian Market takes place in Matlock’s central park, known as Hall Leys Park, which is transformed by the temporary construction of a huge marquee where many trader stalls are found. Outside is a continental food market, and fair rides.
28th October – 2nd November
During the October Half Term something truly special happens at Crich Tramway Village, because to celebrate Halloween Crich Tramway Village holds it’s annual ‘Starlight Event’.
When you visit the The Tramway Village at Crich you will feel like you’ve been instantly transported back to the past. There are working trams that run along a track approx 1 mile long and during the starlight event the lights turn the trams and the tramway village into a magical, if not slightly spooky experience.