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Enjoy a holiday in Leek at one of our self-catering cottages in the Peak District National Park. We have properties to suit all your requirements, whether you are looking for accommodation for a romantic break or you are planning a large celebration for family and friends. Leek is a beautiful market town perched on the southern edge of the Peak District National Park. Surrounded by rustic countryside, Leek boasts an unspoiled, yet unique display of shops including those of ancient antiques, contemporary art galleries, independent local producers and an array of tearooms.
Admire Leek’s preserved Victorian architecture; enjoy strolls around the 18th-century Brindley Mill to discover a museum illustrating the life of milling, or trawl through an intriguing collection of artisan crafts in the indoor Trestle Market. A shopping trip in the town is a lovely alternative to the bustling modern shopping malls you find in a lot of towns, Leek offers a quieter and slower pace of life in this Staffordshire retreat. High above Leek is a series of rock formations called The Roaches; for a period of 50 years in the late 20th century it was home to some wallabies that had escaped a private zoo and had thrived in the wilds. It’s a beautiful spot for a walk, keep an eye out for wallabies nonetheless! On a clear day you can see the peak of Mount Snowdon/Yr Wyddfa in Wales from the top of The Roaches. Walkers can embark on a trek on the 86-mile Staffordshire Way that winds its way past the town, it’s a great way to see the countryside. Other local highlights include the Foxlowe Arts Centre and the Nicholson Gallery. Visit our collection of holiday properties in and around Leek, we have luxury, dog-friendly, family-friendly, romantic, and rural accommodation galore. Where will you stay?