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Top tips for finding the perfect Peak District hotel
Guest who plan on arriving in the Peak District outside regular hours may want to stay at a hotel with a 24h front desk. We suggest staying at the Whitley Hall Hotel or the Rutland Hotel in Sheffield. Regardless of what time you arrive here, you will be able to check in to your room. You can book a hotel that fits your necessities through KAYAK.
The Halifax Hotel and the Dog & Partridge accommodation in Sheffield are ideal if you plan on bringing your pet with you on holiday. Both hotels allow pets, but you will need to give advance notice, and a surcharge may apply.
There are several hotels with fitness centres so you can continue to work out during your stay in the Peak District. The Palace Hotel in Buxton and the Britannia Hotel, Stockport, come with fully equipped fitness centres.
If you are hiring a car to visit the Peak District or travelling with your own vehicle, we recommend accommodation such as the Swiss House B&B in Hope Valley or the Village Hotel Manchester Hyde as they offer onsite, private parking.
For guests preferring not to use public transport to reach their hotel in the Peak District, the Bredbury Hall Hotel in Stockport and the Hollin House Hotel in Macclesfield offer an airport shuttle service, allowing you to admire the scenery en route to your accommodation.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Peak District
What is the most popular destination in Peak District?
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Sheffield (60% of total searches to Peak District). The next most popular destinations are Matlock (20%) and Denby Dale (20%).
Which hotels in the Peak District have business centres?
If you are travelling for business, we suggest the Leopold Hotel or the Staindrop Lodge; both offer fax machines and photocopying services and can hold events such as weddings. Conference and banquet rooms are also available if you need to host a meeting, whilst the Leopold Hotel has a bar and lounge if you would prefer a more informal environment. Similarly, the Staindrop Lodge has a garden and picnic area where you can talk business in a more relaxed setting.
What hotels do you recommend for families travelling to the Peak District?
Several hotels in the Peak District offer family facilities and services. The Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel and Spa has family rooms, and cribs can be provided upon request. They also offer kids meals, keeping everyone happy at dinner time. The Staindrop Lodge provides a kids meals buffet as well as cribs and high chairs. In addition, plenty of books, DVDs and music are available to keep your children entertained during your stay. The Staindrop Lodge also has gardens and a picnic area where you and your children can play outside in the sun.
Where should I stay in the Peak District if I have reduced mobility??
Guests with reduced mobility can find several hotels in the Peak District that are fully equipped to make your stay more comfortable. We suggest the Leopold Hotel or the Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel & Spa. Both hotels have ground floor and wheelchair-accessible rooms. There are lifts to connect to the upper floors, and bathrooms are fitted with adapted baths, toilets with grab rails, shower chairs and roll-in showers, making your stay that much more comfortable.
Where to stay in Peak District?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Peak District by showing you the exact location of each hotel.