Welcome to Spring House Farm, Castleton – holiday cottage accommodation in the Peak District.  Spring House Farm includes two holiday cottages, a shepherd’s hut and a four bedroom Grade II listed Georgian farm house, all available for guests to rent for short and/or longer stays.

The property offers four self catering holiday units – Harry Eyre Cottage (2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms/sleeps 4, well behaved dogs welcome) and Shippon Cottage (2 bedrooms/1 bathroom/sleeps 2-3, one well behaved dogs welcome). Both cottages are set in attractive gardens and a Grade II listed courtyard. Both have stunning views of Lose Hill and Mam Tor and are available 12 months a year for short and longer stays.

Spring House Farm also offers a Shepherd’s Hut, (sleeps 2, sorry – no dogs or children in the hut) set in its own private garden terrace area with stunning views of Mam Tor.  The hut is fitted with all the modern conveniences. Again, available for short and longer stays throughout the year.

Finally, Spring House (4 bedrooms/2 bathrooms/sleeps 8, well behaved dogs welcome) is available for three night weekends in May & June ’24 and for longer stays through July to September.

Guests can book, one, two, three or all four units according to their numbers, needs and dates. All offer excellent ultrafast 100mbps WiFi speed connections and plenty of parking space.

To enquire or to book, please phone or email.  Contact details are given below.

Spring House Farm is a 10-15 minute walk along lanes and tracks to the pretty village of Castleton. It is situated on the iconic Mam Tor – Lose Hill ‘Great Ridge’ walk.  The location is perfect for those walking, cycling, climbing, sight-seeing or just relaxing within the Peak District www.peakdistrict.gov.uk

Spring House Farm is 25 minutes from both Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.  It is a similar distance to the historic market towns of Bakewell and Buxton (home to the annual International Buxton Festival) and to the historic village of Eyam.  The Edale Valley is literally over the hill and marks the beginning of the Pennine Way whilst the Limestone Way begins (or ends depending on direction of travel) in Castleton.

The location offers lots of lock-up space for bikes, climbing equipment or whatever kit you might like to bring with you on holiday.  There is ample parking for 2 cars for each cottage unit.

To enquire or to book, please phone or email.  Contact details are given below.