Manor House Farm Cottages – Luxury stone cottages in the Peak District
From a romantic retreat for two through to The Hayloft sleeping up to twelve guests Manor House Farm Cottages can be booked individually or in combinations to suit any size of group up to 22. The courtyard of stone barns have been refurbished to a very high standard and have been open for visitors since April 2019.
The Old Farmhouse
The Old farmhouse was once the heart of the farm, dating back to 1750. With it’s original fireplace still in tact, this cottage is a warm cosy space for a family of four or two couples wanting to relax after a day’s walking, cycling or sightseeing.
Sleeping 12 people comfortably in 6 bedrooms, this large original barn is the perfect setting for a large family or group. Stunning views and beautiful original features revolve around a central log burner making this the perfect location for a get together.
Once a cow shed, this cosy cottage sleeps four people in two en-suite bedrooms. Stunning large windows ensure you can appreciate the beauty of the area, no matter what the weather.
The Milking Parlour
A luxurious retreat for two, this cosy cottage includes a king size bed, roll top bath, uninterrupted views and a double-sided log burner for the ultimate romantic hideaway.
For larger groups if you would like to book all 4 properties we can accommodate up to 22 guests.
Perhaps best known as walking country, the Peak District National Park offers a spectacular variety of scenery and routes to be explored – from steep sided limestone dales to the dramatic high moorlands.
We offer safe cycle storage for up to 12 bikes plus a bike stand, tools, pump and bike washing all thanks to Pedal Peak for Business, delivered by Peak District National Park Authority who awarded us a grant to encourage more cyclists to the area.
Explore the spectacular countryside by bicycle on quiet lanes or traffic-free trails such as Monsal Trail and Tissington Trail – both very close by and offering several miles of flat, traffic free easy cyling along dis-used railway lines.