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FIND YOURSELF IN THE PEAK DISTRICT…

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

CHOICE OF 9 LUXURY HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN THE PEAK DISTRICT

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” There was nothing we could fault with our stay. Very comfortable. ”

Mr and Mrs Griffin, Walker's Rest Cottage, 23 May 2019

” Seeing as how we have booked for next year before leaving, I think that says it all ! Never done that before ! We very much enjoyed ‘eating out’ ie- our cottage using your meals and staying mostly ‘close to home’ at Wheeldon. ”

Michelle and Richard, Critchlow Cottage, 16 May 2019

” This feels like our second home ! Thanks again for a great stay.  ”

Adam and Louise, Elliott Cottage, 16 May 2019

” Loved everything about it. Just wish we had more time !  ”

Ed and Kathy, Lomas Cottage, 16 May 2019

” Loved the ‘green’ products provided. The facility to easily recharge our electric car was very much appreciated and rarely available elsewhere. Super dog friendly too ! ”

John and Julie, Elliott Cottage, 13 May 2019

” Thank you very much we have loved our stay and will return ! ”

The Stovell Family, Nadin Cottage, 12 May 2019

” Thank you ! Yummy lasagne ! ”

Tricia and Martin, Ollerenshaw Cottage, 11 May 2019

” Loved our stay (4th) at Walker’s Rest and will return again soon. ”

Roger and Vicki, Walker's Rest Cottage, 9 May 2019

” We love the attention to detail, which makes any cottage we have stayed in here, feel tranquil and luxurious. My husband and myself have corporate, stressful jobs. We always unwind from the minute we arrive. ”

Paula, Andy, Alison, Casey and Kira, Nadin Cottage, 9 May 2019

” You were all very welcoming and the opportunity for Chloe to feed the animals was wonderful. She absolutely loved the park area and the Long Room. We loved the Long Room too ! It really is a brilliant room, which is well looked after and thought about. ”

Louise, Richard and Chloe, Mycock Cottage, 8 May 2019

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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 [...]

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Looks quite young, perhaps a late litter from last year. As Ben Brindley said, only need would bring it out in the day, so it may need help. https://www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk/found-a-hedgehog/

You'll have to provide a comfortable hedgehog house now with all mod cons...lol

Is there a Rescue local to you? Out in the days normally an indication all's not well, they would chk a poo sample to make sure no parasites.

Is there any shelter for it nearby as it could of had it's nest destroyed or disturbed. Sometimes the do come out daylight hours. Generally it is a hedgehog in distress – it is either ill, very hungry, disorientated, blind, orphaned . Mothers to be will come out during the day, but they will be noticeably different behaviour because they will be collecting nesting material and these need to be left alone as they are just going about their business.

It's so cute!!!!

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