Many people love the freedom that Peak District Self Catering Holidays can bring. Because of this, the variety of choices for people, who wish to make the most of the liberation that a self catering holiday provides, is quite astounding.
England’s first ever National Park, and, situated as it is in the centre of the country, with good road and rail access from all over Britain, the Peak District is a popular holiday destination.
This really is one of England’s most beautiful locations – and with places such as Alton Towers and Gulliver’s Theme Park close at hand there’s always somewhere to take the kids for a very different kind of day out.
Peak District Self Catering holidays can give you a greater degree of flexibility than you can possibly expect in a hotel or a Bed and Breakfast. If you want a lie-in, you can have one, and there is simply a stunning choice of accommodation available from budget properties to Peak District luxury holiday cottages to rent .
Similarly, if you want to lounge in front of the television to get your breath back after a hectic morning, then it’s far better to do so in a place that is your own. If the kids need their favourite outdoor gear washed, then it’s easy enough to do.
Self catering accommodation will give you all the facilities you want for a first-class holiday – for cooking, washing and enjoying yourself. Innumerable parents find it far less stressful looking after the children in a self catering cottage or house rather than in the close confines of a hotel.
Self catering holidays are not always a summer event though and many visitors will return in the spring and winter months as well and if you are a romantic couple (no matter what your age) there is nothing more enjoyable than snuggling up by a real fire in a country cottage
There is a great variety of types of accommodation available for holiday rental in the Peak District, ranging from self catering cottages, to stylish barn conversions or apartments or houses in major towns such as Matlock, Bakewell and Buxton or some of the idyllically peaceful villages nestling in the tranquil beauty of the countryside.
Many people nowadays choose to have ‘split site’ Peak District self catering holidays, having several days in one location and then moving on to a different one. Others prefer to set up their base for the week or fortnight and love the freedom of being able to leave things around whilst they go out and explore the glories of the National Park.
Whatever your preference, you will find something to delight you in this inspiring part of the country so to make sure you get the most from your trip visit one of the Peak District tourist information websites before you arrive.