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Based on a 7 night stay
Turnditch, Peak District
Penistone (2mls NW), Peak District
Bradnop, Peak District
Ashford in the Water, Peak District
Leek (4.8mls W), Peak District
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Our collection of accessible self-catering accommodation means that enjoying and exploring the wonders of the Peak District is now easier than ever, especially for those who are disabled or who suffer from mobility issues. A range of features have been added to this collection of holiday cottages to give them increased accessibility. Many of them are wheelchair-friendly bungalows, while others also include plenty of space for parking, wet rooms and handrails in bathrooms. You don’t have to comprise on style either – our range of accessible cottages in the Peak District benefit from beautiful décor and are in some of the most beautiful locations in the national park – perfect for a relaxing holiday surrounded by nature.
There’s so much to explore on a Peak District holiday – from smooth and even trails across the countryside to charming villages filled with welcoming pubs and quaint shops, it’s the perfect place for a peaceful staycation. There are many accessible attractions in the Peak District, including the Heights of Abraham, Chatsworth House, and Crich Tramway Village, so you can enjoy some of the national park’s most popular places to visit too. Take a look at our full collection of accessible holiday cottages in the Peak District above and start planning your next holiday with complete peace of mind.
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