- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Heated shower, toilet and washbasin provided
- Fully-equipped kitchenette with indoor and outside seating
- Stunning views of the rolling Derbyshire Dales from each pod
The Owner Says
Peak Pods are beautifully crafted from environmentally friendly sourced larch wood, with a pine interior. They are insulated with mineral wool so they stay cosy in winter and cool in summer. Peak Pods have an integral shower room with heated shower, washbasin and toilet. There is also a heated towel rail and radiator in the pod, so there is no chance of getting cold & damp, unlike a tent.
The pods have a super comfy fixed double bed and a large sofa bed. They have a small but well equipped kitchen area with induction hob, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. There is also a table with chairs to sit round for meals or to play games together. Outside, each pod has its own natural stone paved patio with picnic bench for eating in the great outdoors.
What’s included in each pod?
• Comfy double bed & double sofa bed
•Fridge, microwave, toaster & kettle
• 2-ring halogen hob
• Gas central heating
• Electrical points, lighting & Bluetooth speaker system
• Shower and toilet
• Pots, pans, crockery & utensils
• Dining table & 4 chairs
• Outdoor picnic bench
• Stone patio with charcoal BBQ
• Wonderful views of the Peak District!
What do I need to bring?
Bedding for the double bed is included but remember to bring bedding/sleeping bags for the sofa bed and towels (unless being hired).
How many people do they sleep?
Each pod sleeps upto 4 people. We also have a travel cot, which can be booked.
We do not encourage group bookings - please discuss any requests with us.
Do the pods have electricity? The pods have electrical sockets so you can charge your phones and bring a hairdryer if you want. There is also a Bluetooth speaker system to play music from your phone. Sorry, we don't have wi-fi but there is generally good 4G signal.
Features & FacilitiesEach pod has its own en-suite heated shower, toilet and washbasin, a comfy double bed and double sofa bed, a kitchen area with fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, 2-ring halogen hob, pots, pans, crockery and utensils. There are electrical points, lighting and a bluetooth speaker system and a dining table with 4 chairs. Gas central heating provides warmth. Outside each pod there is a picnic bench, chairs and a charcoal BBQ. There is a communal fire pit in the wood.
ActivitiesFootpaths lead directly from the site into the surrounding Peak District National Park and it is less than half a mile to both the beautiful Lathkill Dale and Bradford Dale. There are also excellent family-friendly, traffic-free cycle trails: the Monsal trail, Tissington trail and High Peak trails a short distance away. Nearby attractions include Chatsworth House (01246 565300; 15 mins by car) – a grand property with expansive gardens (save the whole day for exploring the place, it can't really be done justice in just a couple of hours) and Haddon Hall (01629 812855; 5 mins), a Tudor mansion with it's own gardens vying for your attention. The Heights of Abraham (01629 582365; 20 mins) near Matlock is also worth a visit. The hilltop park is reached via cable car, with cave tours, walking trails, fossil exhibitions and a small café.
Food & DrinkMarshmallows and skewers are available to buy on site. There's a trio of decent pubs in nearby Youlgreave (1 mile away) which all serve food: The George (01629 636292), The Bulls Head (01629 636307) and The Farmyard Inn (01629 636221).
The nearest train stations are Matlock (7 miles) and Chesterfield (13 miles). There is a bus service from Bakewell to Alport and Youlgreave, which stops approx. ½ mile from the site.