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Toddler Friendly

Great for Walkers

Friends Together at Wheeldon Trees Farm

Family Holidays

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Nine award winning self-catering holiday cottages in Derbyshire, in a spectacular location close to Buxton and Bakewell

  • Cottages sleep 1-5 (up to 30 in total)
  • Ideal for family and group gatherings
  • Dog friendly, child friendly, eco friendly !!

  • One wheelchair friendly cottage
  • Friendly welcome from owners who live on site

  • Superb games/dining room with fully fitted kitchen

  • Delicious breakfast baskets and home made meals
  • On screen availability and online booking


Recent Guest Comments…

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“ The welcome and looking after were EXCELLENT. So much thought and care has gone into everything. The animals were delightful. The play barn was super. The children’s play area being next to the doggy field is a masterstroke. All very wonderful. Thank you all so much to you and all your team. ”

The Braithwaite Family , Elliott Cottage, 12 March 2018

“ We both had a lovely break. Thank you ! All the information available in the cottage is super. We look forward to returning in the near future.  ”

Phil and Sarah, Critchlow Cottage, 11 March 2018

“ We had a lovely stay and would definitely come back ! ”

The Chik Family, Priestley Cottage, 11 March 2018

“ Given the bad weather and water issues ( Severn Trent) not Wheeldon ! We have had an exciting and interesting week ! We’d like to thank you for everything done to help cope with the water problems. ”

Lesley and Tony, Mycock Cottage, 10 March 2018

“ Unfortunately during our stay there was no running water available – No fault of Deborah and Martin who ensured sufficient bottled water was available, together with rain water from the water butts. Well done to them for allowing our stay not to be affected. ”

Kevin and Ann, Elliott Cottage, 10 March 2018

“ Nigel made us feel very welcome and was very accommodating/helpful. Lovely venue. We’ll be back ! ”

The Shipley Family and The Watson Family, Priestley Cottage and Walker's Rest Cottage, 26 February 2018

“ Well laid out. Nice size. Lovely and clean. Makes a big difference. Thank you !”

The Palmer Family, Lomas Cottage, 25 February 2018

“ We had a lovely stay. Thank you very much. ”

The Di Benedetto Family, Mycock Cottage, 25 February 2018

“ You have literally thought of everything. A fantastic holiday experience and we will recommend to our friends and family. Thank you for having us ”

Amy and Dan, Critchlow Cottage, 25 February 2018

“ Absolutely incredible. The playroom is the best I’ve been in for years for adults and children. The environmental side of things is fab. You go above and beyond in almost everything ! ”

Paul and The Jordan Family, Nadin Cottage, 23 February 2018

“ The welcome packs, etc are a nice touch. Loved feeding the animals too. ”

The Cornish Family, Elliott Cottage, 18 February 2018

“This is a wonderful place and we look forward to coming again. ”

Andrew and Susana, Walker's Rest Cottage, 18 February 2018

“It was a really lovely stay – just what we wanted. Excellent location. Thank you ! ”

The Wilford Family, Priestley Cottage, 18 February 2018

“We stayed for a weekend and only booked at the last minute. Within seconds of arriving it was clear that this place was exceptional. The warmest of welcomes, carefully chosen music playing as we arrived and so many other personal touches made us feel as though our hosts wished for us to have a restful time and indeed we did. Walking, resting, e-cycling, feeding animals, pub food and soaking up the view all played their part. We would particularly recommend the Breakfast Basket – ours lasted the whole weekend (except for the jar of chocolate drops !) We left thinking of an excuse for when we could next return. ”

The Burke Family, Sheldon Cottage, 18 February 2018

News & Offers

Geology of Wheeldon Trees

February 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Geology of Wheeldon Trees

The Geology of Wheeldon Trees Aroud 330 million years ago, Wheeldon Trees (and the rest of the British Isles) would have been at the equator... [...]

The Peak District Landscape

February 12th, 2017|Comments Off on The Peak District Landscape

The Peak District Landscape The Peak District landscape has been shaped by both natural and human influences. Typically much of the Peak District would have been [...]

The History of Wheeldon Trees

October 21st, 2016|Comments Off on The History of Wheeldon Trees

The History of Wheeldon Trees Thanks to research by the local history group, we’ve found out a little of the history of Wheeldon Trees Farm… [...]



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