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Dog Friendly Bed and Breakfasts in The Peak District - 24 Dog Friendly B&Bs, Hotels and Guest Houses

The Okeover Arms
The Okeover Arms
Ashbourne

Excellent family hotel. Good for sightseeing. Great room.


from £84 PER NIGHT

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Hawthorn farm
Hawthorn farm
Buxton

Excellent family hotel. Close to the city center with easily acessible parking. Great room. Awesome vibe.


from £80 PER NIGHT

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Monsal Head Hotel
Monsal Head Hotel
Bakewell

Very good hotel. Good for sightseeing. Great room. Awesome vibe.


from £0 PER NIGHT

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Newton House
Newton House
Alstonefield

Very good accommodation. Easily accessible by car and offers nearby parking areas.


from £0 PER NIGHT

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Railway Cottage
Railway Cottage
Carsington


from £0 PER NIGHT

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Hollybush Inn
Hollybush Inn
Winster


from £0 PER NIGHT

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The Shady Oak B&B
The Shady Oak B&B
Whaley Bridge

Excellent hotel. Awesome rooms and service in a great location.


from £0 PER NIGHT

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Spring View
Spring View
Bradwell


from £0 PER NIGHT

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George Inn
George Inn
Tideswell


from £0 PER NIGHT

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The Snake Pass Inn
The Snake Pass Inn
Edale

Excellent accommodation. Close to parking areas.


from £0 PER NIGHT

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The Maynard
The Maynard
Grindleford

Excellent romantic hotel. Close to parking areas and train stations. Great room. Awesome vibe.


from £0 PER NIGHT

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The Peak District marks the meeting of the soft southern landscape, with its light-coloured limestone, and theharsh grey gritstone lands to the north. The park lies close to the industrial sprawl of Manchester and Sheffield, and for thisreason it can be crowded at times.

Yet for all its proximity to civilisation, the Peak District carries about it an air of timeless peace and tranquility, with mileafter mile of drystone walling sectioning the countryside into the familiar British chequerboard pattern.

The River Dove splits the park near Tissington, famed for its ancient well-dressing celebrations. Better known perhaps, is theRiver Wye, which flows across the park, creating lovely views and good walking, particularly on the moors near Chee Dale, andMiller's Dale. Near Bakewell is Haddon Hall, one of Britain's most famous country houses.

What to See

Arbor Low
Neolithic stone circle, one of the finest in all England.

Dovedale
The valley of the River Dove, Park near Ilam or Thorpe, and enjoy lovely walks - but beware crowds in the midday.

Edale
The start of the Pennine Way Blue John Cavern, near Castleton: home of the rare gem stone which bears its name.

Walking trails
At Monsal (Bakewell Station), Ashborne, Mam Tor.

Haddon Hall
There are Tudor and Jacobean underpinnings to this country house in Bakewell, former seat of the Dukes of Rutland.

PeakDistrict Tourist Information Centres

Bakewell Tourist Information Centre
Old Market Hall, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DS. Tel: 01629 816558

Buxton Tourist Information Centre
The Crescent, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6BQ. Tel: 01298 25106

Chesterfield Tourist Information Centre
Rykneld Square, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1SB. Tel: 01246 345777

Glossop Tourist Information Centre
Victoria Street, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8HT. Tel: 01457 855920

Holmfirth Tourist Information Centre
49-51 Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD7 1JP. Tel: 01484 222444

Matlock Tourist Information Centre
Crown Square, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE3 3AT. Tel: 01629 583388

Destination guides by kind permission of Britain Express

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