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Cave End Cottage,

Castleton, Peak District
Visit Britain rating: 3 stars
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • 200 year old semi-detached stone cottage
  • Located on the edge of the pretty village of Castleton
  • Close to Peveril Castle and the picturesque valley of Cavedale
  • Full of character with exposed beams
  • Splendid views across Castleton
  • Great Ridge and Mam Tor Bronze Age Hill Fort in the distance
  • Walking on your doorstep - Located at the start of the Limestone way
  • Explore the famous caves of Peak Cavern, Speedwell Cavern and Treak Cliff Cavern
Property code: PK902

A 200-year-old stone cottage located on the edge of the pretty village of Castleton. Full of character with exposed beams and splendid views across the valley, it's also great for keen walkers.

Situated near to some of the area's most impressive attractions, including the Great Ridge and Mam Tor Bronze Age Hill Fort, as well as Peveril Castle, this cottage is the perfect choice for guests looking to explore historical ruins and spend the night in a stone cottage steeped in history. Long and short walking routes go straight from the front door, with the more challenging trails of the Pennine Way located in nearby Edale. Of course, guests can also enjoy a simple stroll into the village.

A stable door opens into the property to reveal a lounge area full of character from the exposed beam ceiling, a feature stone wall and gritstone fireplace complete with gas coal log effect fire, perfect for cold nights. The kitchen-dining area offers all the necessities, and a door leads outs to a small terrace and the rear garden.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms; the main bedroom has a spectacular vaulted ceiling and a double bed, and the second cosy bedroom has a single bed. A bathroom consisting of a bath with shower-over, toilet and hand basin completes the upstairs level.

Outside there is parking space for one small car. The garden is spread across several levels making the most of the spectacular views across Castleton and the landscape beyond which includes the impressive Great Ridge. This property is steeped in history and as such is not suitable for children under 10 years of age.


  • Two bedrooms: one double bedroom, one single bedroom
  • Gas coal effect fire
  • No pets
  • Internet access
  • Off road parking for one car in a tight space, plenty of on road parking
  • Fridge w/ freezer
  • TV/DVD
  • Garden furniture
  • Not suitable for babies or children under 10 years of age
  • No washing machine
  • Central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen included

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Kate.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 6 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Robert, 30th June 2018

The cottage was perfect for us.on arrival lovely to have tea, biscuits for the ready after along journey. Emergency stuff in draws a very good touch. The stairs are quite steep for the elderly could have had hand rail all way down on wall side. But these are only small details in what we thought was excellent holiday cottage. Well done!

Reviewed by Mandy, 23rd June 2018

Comfy cottage in beautiful location

Reviewed by Helen, 9th February 2018

A compact cosy cottage. Well and thoughtfully equipped. Liked to find spare loo paper and the hot water bottle. Didnt need them but was nice to know that they were there! The heating wasnt functioning properly upstairs on our arrival but the owners arranged someone to come round that evening to fix it which was much appreciated. Theres a great suppRead morely of lovely hot water for the bath/shower. Great location right on the Mam Tor trail and a number of pubs with good food in Castleton. Hide

Reviewed by Helen, 16th November 2017

Lovely location and everything you could need in the cottage. Perfect!

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