A Guesthouse for Every Traveller
The Peak District is a fantastic place to visit, offering stunning views, charming villages and a wide variety of things to see and do. It’s popular with every kind of traveller, from young families, to shoestring budget, solo wanderers.
Best for budget travellers
The Quick Stop in Sheffield is actually a hostel rather than a guesthouse. It offers very cheap single, twin and double rooms as well as beds in shared dormitories. It’s decent quality, basic accommodation with shared bathrooms, though each room has its own sink and TV.
Padley Farm B&B is a great bed and breakfast for all the family. Spacious, tasteful rooms offering wonderful views over the garden and farm are bound to keep all the family happy. For kids, there are a number of animals to look at and they can even feed the chickens. Coincidentally, the chickens supply the breakfast eggs so you can be sure you’re enjoying fresh fare. In case of bad weather, rooms are equipped with TVs and DVD players.
When love is in the air the Peak District is the ideal place to make a romantic getaway. Slayleigh in the town of Matlock offers couples a cosy, stylish and comfortable place to retreat. This small, adults only B&B ensures you’ll enjoy privacy as well as the utmost comfort. There are only two rooms on the property, both of which feature a fireplace and en suite bathroom. One of the rooms has a Victorian era four poster bed, while the other features a deluxe shower. An exceptional full English or vegetarian breakfast is served and guests are free to enjoy the snug garden and terrace.
If you’re looking to go all out and enjoy the finer things in life, a stay at Sunnybank Boutique Guest House in Holmfirth is for you. With five luxurious en suite rooms, each featuring huge, comfortable king sized beds and spectacular views, you’ll wish you didn’t have to leave. A sumptuous locally sourced breakfast is served in a large oak panelled dining room, which is occasionally candle lit.