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Peak District Cottages

Formerly a working farm, ​Bolehill Cottages now provide self catering holiday cottage accommodation in our modern barn conversions situated around a tranquil sunny courtyard. ​The cottages are set in 20 acres of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park located just 2 miles from the centre of Bakewell and 10-15 minutes to Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.

  • Cottages sleeping 2-5
  • Dog friendly (20 acres of fields)
  • Bakewell nearby (2 miles)
Fee wi-fi
  • Off road parking
  • Short breaks
  • Wi-Fi access

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Peak District Cottages Video  (5 mins playing time)

To see spectacular walks within easy reach of our Peak cottages Walks near Bolehill Cottages & Walks from the door


Our Holiday Cottages

Short Video of our Peak District Cottages Bolehill cottages are a peaceful haven that enjoy magnificent views over open countryside towards one of the peak district's treasures - Lathkill Dale or towards Chatsworth and Baslow Edge but are only a few miles from the market town of Bakewell. Our self catering holiday cottages have been created from the sympathetic and tasteful conversion of the original Derbyshire farm buildings. The character of the buildings has been preserved, with the accommodation having been decorated, furnished and equipped to a high standard. All modern conveniences are provided including dishwasher, washing machine (in laundry area) Wi-Fi, digital TV etc. For children there is an outside play area and a games room with table tennis, a pool table etc. A sauna is available for the more adventurous adults. Our numerous out buildings we can easily accommodate bicycles etc.

  • Inclusive Prices
  • Central heating
  • Walks from the door
  • On site owners
  • Bicycle storage
  • Monsal and High Peak trail nearby
  • Large Garden Area
  • Chatsworth House nearby
  • 20 Acres of grounds
  • Outdoor play area
  • Indoor Games Area (table tennis, pool table, table football, sauna)

Local Attractions

Peak District dog friendly cottages Situated just two miles from Bakewell Bolehill Cottages are ideally located for Chatsworth House (the hunting tower can be seen from our back fields) and historic Haddon Hall. Other historic houses such as Hardwick Hall and Bolsover Castle are in easy reach. The stepping stones at Dove Dale or cycling on the Monsal trail are less than 15 mins away (bicycles can be stored in our sheds). For climbers Stanage Edge is nearby and Baslow Edge can be seen from our fields. For children there is Gulliver's Kingdom and the Heights of Abraham (with its cable car) at Matlock (10 miles away) or further afield Alton Towers (40 mins).


Dog Friendly Accommodation

Pet friendly accommodation We pride ourselves on providing dog friendly accommodation. With our 20 acres of fields, a specially set aside paddock area and our own two Border Collies, we are an ideal location for a self catering cottage holiday with your dog. Although there are ample walks from our cottage doors, it is only a short distance to the magnificent walks at Chatsworth House (dogs are allowed in the gardens), Lathkill Dale, the 'trails', the nearby 'Edges' or across the moors. There are suitable walks for dogs of all agilities. In general the pubs in the area welcome dogs in the bar area and we find most attractions accommodate dogs as best they can (we can advise on most attractions from personal experience). Although we do have some rules we do try to keep them to a minimum. For details please see our terms and conditions. Please also see our Dogs Welcome page and of course our dogs own blog at The dogs blog


Peak District Photography

Peak district photographyAs we are located in the photogenic Peak District just outside one of the most photographed towns in the area (Bakewell) we are well placed to accommodate the budding amateur photographer. From our cottages there are spectacular views towards one of the best photographic opportunities (both landscape and natural history) in the Peak District - Lathkill Dale. We therefore attract many amateur photographers. As Chris is a keen amateur photographer, he is always on hand to assist in finding the perfect location or providing technical advise regarding Lightroom and Photoshop etc. To see some of Chris's pictures see photograph gallery


Peak District Cottages - Facebook Feed

The latest from Shirley, the blog on Wednesda...

The latest from Shirley, the blog on Wednesday 9th April A busy Wednesday - Shirley's Blog www.bolehillfarm.co.uk Wednesday was supposed to be a catch up day at our Bolehill cottages near Bakewell (see here). Like many plans it neve...

Apr 17, 2014 1:55 pm

The first bower came down in the storms in th...

The first bower came down in the storms in the first week of Dec 2013 the remainder of the tree came down in the next weeks storms. Although we immediately made it safe by pushing it over and cutting off dangerous branches we were unable (due to the ...

Apr 16, 2014 12:00 pm

The milk cows come out to the fields for the ...

The milk cows come out to the fields for the first time this year (after over wintering in the sheds). You should see what it is like when the youngsters (nicknamed the hooligans) come out for the first time ever. 20140413 MVI 3229 w...

Apr 13, 2014 5:43 pm

Shirley's Latest Blog

Shirley's Latest Blog Getting jobs done - Shirley's Blog www.bolehillfarm.co.uk Sunday was forecast to be a wet day at our Bolehill cottages near Bakewell (see here) but in the end the rain held off until later in the afternoon. No ...

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B&B in the Peak District

Unfortunately we can no longer offer full bed and breakfast. We use to have two rooms in the farm house that offered guest house accommodation. We do, however, offer a minimum of two night, cost effective, accommodation (see availability) at certain times of the year, in all of our cottages. This is very popular with a number of our previous B&B guests and is growing in popularity for couples that previously used B&B accommodation. As all our cottages are pet friendly, guests are welcome to bring along their dogs (see charges) etc. Although we no longer provide breakfast, the fully equipped kitchens in each of the cottages offers the freedom to prepare your own cooked breakfast, light breakfast or, of course, it is possible to 'nip' down town to one of the many coffee shops that offer breakfast.


Peak District Cottages - Access

Please note that due to our setting there are a number of steps up to some of our cottages that the less mobile may find difficult. We do, however, have a number of cottages that are suitable for the less mobile. Please call for further information.


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