Derbyshire is easily one of my favourite counties in the UK. I mean, they’ve got the Peak District – what more could they possibly need? It’s safe to say that if you book a glamping holiday in Derbyshire, you’ll be rewarded with amazing views, great walks, and some of the best pub grub in the country. But that’s not the only reason to book a stay here – there’s also an amazing selection of glamping sites to pick from too. From tipis and shepherds huts to safari tents and yurts, here are 37 amazing glamping holidays in Derbyshire.
Price per night: From £165 for 2 people
Location: Sheen, nr Hartington
Why stay here: Scaldersitch Farm Tipis is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire. I mean, you’ve seen the photo above so I don’t really need to say anymore. From the sumptuous beds to the twinkling fairy lights to the large wood burner, this place just screams cosy! Oh and that’s not to mention your private wood-fired hot tub, Nespresso coffee machine, and many other luxuries. It’s safe to say that no matter what time of year you visit, you’re guaranteed a great (and romantic!) stay here.
What guests say: “The site is absolutely beautiful. With the log burner inside the tipi and the wood-fired hot tub next to it, it was a perfect relaxing getaway. With your own luxurious private bathroom and cooking facilities available to you, you can see that great attention to detail has gone into the whole site.”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Padfield, nr Glossop
Why stay here: I told you the views in Derbyshire are good, didn’t I? If you want to ensure that the views from your accommodation are seriously special, then you need to book a stay in Peak View Shepherds Huts. There are four luxury huts to choose from and each benefits from a wood-fired hot tub from which you can soak up the amazing views. You can also anticipate all sorts of other luxuries, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth speakers, a king-size bed, and a Smart TV. This really is the height of luxury!
What guests say: “It was absolutely amazing. We stayed in Willows Hut and it was incredible. The hut was immaculately clean. It was equipment with everything you could need. Even some milk/biscuits/crumpets for our arrival. Graham is a fantastic host. Nothing was too much trouble.”
3. Mulino Pods
Price per night: From £72.50 for 2 people or £85 for 4 people
Why stay here: Similar to my last recommendation, Mulino Pods is one of the best places to go glamping in Derbyshire if you want to wake up to amazing views. The views over the valley towards Carsington Water really do speak for themselves but if you want to imagine just how good they could be, just picture yourself sitting down at the picnic table dining alfresco at sunset. Persuaded to book a stay now? I thought you would be.
What guests say: “You have complete privacy, but better than that the views are fantastic from the hill-top vantage point and the pods are cosy whatever the outside temperature. Cooking or barbecuing was easy and the bathrooms are luxurious.”
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Location: Twyford, nr Burton-upon-Trent
Why stay here: If you’re looking to stay somewhere seriously unique, then Trent Adventure Horse Boxes might be just up your street! I mean, how many people can say they’ve slept in a horsebox, after all? There are two horse boxes to choose from, Martin Green and Jennings, both of which are set on the picturesque banks of the Trent. They are both completely off-grid so if you want to switch off from modern life (including your phone!) this might be the place to do it.
What guests say: “A stunning quality and beautifully appointed horse box conversion in a gorgeous riverside location. Complimentary milk, eggs, bread, butter, jams, bottled water and yummy homemade brownies. I had a wonderful stay, cosy nights in beside the log burner.”
Price per night: From £68 for 4 people
Location: Fenny Bentley, nr Ilam
Why stay here: Want to know how you can make a glamping holiday in Derbyshire even better? Throw a hot tub into the mix, of course! With prices starting from just £17 per person per night, Ashbourne Heights Pods are cheap as chips, without compromising on luxury. The pod comprises a double bed, sofa bed, kitchen, TV, and en-suite. And outside (alongside your hot tub), you’ve also got a patio and covered seating area so you can dine alfresco even if the heavens open up!
What guests say: “There were three of us but inside the cabin, there was four of everything, ideal for a family. The towels and bedding were provided, microwave, wines glasses, normal glasses, cutlery and plates, frying pan and other pans, tin opener etc. The hot tub had the most gorgeous view.”
Price per night: From £156 for 2 people
Location: Litton, nr Tideswell
Why stay here: The Sheepfold Shepherds Hut is one of my all-time-favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire because it’s just so luxurious! Hot tub? Tick. Beautiful, immaculate interiors? Tick. Amazing views and local walks? Tick and tick! The hut benefits from all kinds of luxuries, such as an en-suite, underfloor heating, a kitchen, Wi-Fi, a Bluetooth radio, and so much more… Guess you’ve got to book a stay now so you can discover it all for yourself, right?
What guests say: “The perfect break away for two. The hut has glorious country views, with scenic walks just around the corner and a hot tub to relax in. The hut had everything we needed and was beautifully laid out. We enjoyed a lovely happy birthday bottle of fizz and some delicious brownies.”
Price per night: From £170 for 6 people
Why stay here: If you’re planning a glamping holiday in Derbyshire for a larger group of people, why not consider The Gathering Safari Tents? Sleeping up to six people each, these safari tents are a great option for a family or group of friends. There are way too many reasons to book a stay here so I thought I’d just share some of them: hot running water, luxurious Hypnos beds, roll top bath and shower with fluffy towels, sunset verandas. Need I say anymore?
What guests say: “It was amazing, the tent was just as described but exceeded our expectations. The luxury of a lovely bathroom and a wood-burning stove to keep you warm and dry is just glamping at its best! They were super dog friendly which made our stay even more relaxing.”
Price per night: From £70 for 2 people
Location: Newton, nr Buxton
Why stay here: Longnor Wood Holiday Park Pods are one of the best places to go glamping in Derbyshire because they’re not only relatively cheap but also more than just cheerful too! The pods comprise an en-suite shower room, underfloor heating, flat-screen TV, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The adult-only site also means that you can totally relax away from screaming kids, making it an ideal romantic break away for two.
What guests say: “The pods have everything you need to enjoy camping without having to put up a tent. Our pod was well equipped with en-suite facilities and a little kitchenette. The location is beautiful & peaceful. We enjoyed sitting on the decking with a glass of wine.”
Price per night: From £185 for 6 people
Location: Stanley Common, nr Derby
Why stay here: Parkhall Pods is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire and I don’t think it’s hard to see why. This place just exudes luxury! There’s nothing not to love about these pods, from their private hot tubs to their spacious decking to their modern interiors. The pods are also built on elevated structures, meaning you can enjoy the surrounding countryside views at their best. And if you want to make your stay that bit more special you can pay extra for luxury chocolates, flowers, champagnes, and more!
What guests say: “A superb luxury accommodation that has everything you need and more. Our pod felt very private, except for the friendly cows who wandered over to say hello! The kitchen was a lot bigger than I expected. A perfect and relaxing few days.”
Price per night: From £75 for 4 people
Location: Hulme End, nr Ilam
Why stay here: Upper Hurst Farm Yurt is one of the most budget-friendly places to go glamping in Derbyshire, making booking a holiday there a no-brainer. But there’s more to this yurt than just its affordability! You’ve also got great panoramic views, a lavish interior and luxury bedding. It’s safe to say you’ll get a good night’s sleep here. However, the best thing about this yurt is the red-cedar, wood-fired hot tub that sits just outside your yurt. Bring on all the late night hot tub dips!
What guests say: “The yurt itself is beautiful, with such attention to detail. Remarkably spacious and homely. The circular bed was huge with quality bedding. The hot tub was lovely and we made good use of the BBQ.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Hollinsclough, nr Buxton
Why stay here: Sat at the top of its own private field, Peak Glamping Hideaway Shepherds Hut is ridiculously picturesque – and the best part is that it looks the part inside too! Cosy and romantic, this hut for two comprises a luxurious king-size bed, kitchen, wood burner, and Wi-Fi. However, if a shepherds hut doesn’t take your fancy, the glamping site is also home to two yurts, as well as a holiday cottage, so you’ve got plenty of places to pick from.
What guests say: “Perfect in every way, so cosey, log fire is amazing, scenery fantastic, we got engaged here and couldn’t have asked for anything more, the owners sorted out flowers, champagne and chocolates to round our weekend, fantastic, would recommend anyone to visit!”
Price per night: From £60 for 4 people
Location: Grangemill, nr Matlock
Why stay here: Small and simple, Middlehills Farm Pod is one of the cheapest places to go glamping in Derbyshire – instantly a big tick in my book! It may not be the fanciest place to stay but with prices starting at only £15 per person a night, booking a stay here really is a no-brainer. It’s especially a great option for families looking for a cheaper staycation or people looking for a base after a long day hiking! Inside, there’s a bunk bed, double futon, and table and chairs, with a toilet and shower block just a short walk away.
What guests say: “We had a great time. The site itself is extremely well run. Facilities were spotless. The location is beautiful. The play park is brilliant and always full of kids so easy for the little ones to make new friends.”
Price per night: From £178 for 2 people
Location: Birchover, nr Matlock
Why stay here: The handcrafted Boulder Field Cabin is easily one of my all-time favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire. The reasons to book a stay here really are endless but I’ll just share a few of them with you. Firstly, how do an outdoor shower and wood-fired hot tub sound? Paired with those amazing views and a fire pit to toast marshmallows, you really couldn’t ask for much more. And even if the weather’s not on your side, you can cosy up inside and look out through the vast windows that enjoy 180-degree views.
What guests say: “It’s rare that my expectations are exceeded – but this place did just that. It was unique to experiences I’ve had in the UK and evoked exotic references such as Japan or Northern California. The harmony of nature and the man-made structures was pleasing, the location was stunning, and all comforts were catered for.”
Price per night: From £130 for 4 people
Location: Calwich, nr Ashbourne
Why stay here: The owners at Calwich Under Canvas Yurts go above and beyond to make your stay a really special one. From locally sourced breakfast hampers to a wood-fired hot tub and sauna, Calwich Under Canvas certainly doesn’t skimp on luxury! There are three canvas yurts to choose from (Forget Me Not, Clover and Lavender) which each sleep up to four people, and a newer wooden yurt (Bluebell) which sleeps two people. All of the yurts are incredibly romantic with candles and other special touches to make your stay a good one.
What guests say: “Luxurious hot tubs, very comfy yurts, beautiful location, fantastic facilities, with generous care and support from Jason. The yurts are very cosy. Comfy beds and bedding. Nicely decorated. Table inside. Decking and four chairs to play out/drink/chat with fellow guests. “
15. North Lees Pods
Price per night: From £29.50 for 1 person (additional charges for up to 5 people)
Why stay here: Ever thought of going glamping in Derbyshire all by yourself? Well, at North Lees Pods that’s not only normal but it’s actually encouraged as it’s cheaper to stay there on your own! One night will set you back £29.50 but you’ll have to pay extra if you want to share your pod with more people. North Lees is a great option if you want to get closer to nature as these pods really are just a replacement for your tent – you’ll need to bring everything you would bring if you were camping, except for your tent! So whether you choose to stay by yourself or with others, you’re guaranteed a good time here, not least because of the pods’ beautiful woodland setting.
What guests say: “As it was early April and still cold I booked a camping pod for the first time and didn’t really know what to expect. I was amazed at how clean and comfortable they are, with lights and power points for recharging your phone. There was also an electric heater, which I had to switch off after about an hour as the place was getting too hot!”
Price per night: From £57 for 4 people
Location: Great Longstone, nr Ashford in the Water
Why stay here: Dale Farm Rural Bell Tents go hard on countryside views and comfortable accommodation. And all for the price of just £14.25 each a night! Both tents have electricity, memory foam beds, and a cosy log-burning stove to keep you warm on those colder nights. Outside there’s also a picnic table and a fire pit to cook and socialise around. You never have to go too far to get anything either as there’s a farm shop on-site which sells their own beef, hogget and pork, and cakes, cards and eggs from their friends down the road. Delicious!
What guests say: “The bell tent is better than the photos! So cute, spotlessly clean and beautifully laid out. It has everything you need, a kettle, chairs, firelighters and logs, plenty of tea lights! There’s a toilet at the bottom of the site near the farmhouse and a wonderful little honesty shop, which is always open!”
17. Peak Yurts
Price per night: From £79 for 4 people
Location: New Mills, nr Chapel-en-le-Frith
Why stay here: Whether you’re planning a budget-friendly getaway with your partner, friends or family, Peak Yurts might just be one of the best glamping sites in Derbyshire for you. There are two traditional hand-crafted Mongolian yurts to choose from, both of which benefit from a heater, double bed, two futon beds, phone charger, and tea and coffee making facilities. However, if the yurts don’t take your fancy, there’s also a shepherds hut on-site, with prices starting from just £60 a night. Bargain!
What guests say: “Just spent a lovely night at this yurt. Such a gorgeous spot and the yurt is fab with lots of lovely touches. Our kids loved the drum and toasting marshmallows on the fire pit. The Beehive pub which is five minutes away serves lovely food. Would definitely recommend it.”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Why stay here: If you’re a sucker for beautiful interiors, you’re bound to fall head over heels for Hathersage Deluxe Shepherds Hut. Seriously, it’s so beautiful. Think sumptuous bedding, a modern kitchen and en-suite, a TV, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speaker. But luckily for you, not only is the interior gorgeous but the surroundings are too. The hut is set in delightful river fronted nine-acre grounds with spectacular views of the surrounding hills and edges. And if all of this wasn’t already enough, breakfast is included too. Get in!
What guests say: “We could not recommend this place highly enough. Elliot and his family were so welcoming and the beautiful location makes it a perfect place to relax. The room we stayed in was lovely, with a very luxurious en suite. Breakfast was included and we were so impressed by the quality, that we paid for additional meals, too.”
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Location: Longcliffe, nr Matlock
Why stay here: Hoe Grange Gypsy Caravan may be small but boy does it pack a punch. This gypsy caravan allows you to go back to a time when life was a lot simpler, allowing you to completely unwind from modern life. From the zipped canvas door to the curved ceiling to the beautiful fabrics, the caravan is as authentic as they come. But don’t worry, it still has some modern amenities too, such as Wi-Fi, LED lighting, and a luxury shower room just a short walk away! And if that wasn’t enough, you can also look forward to a welcome pack including milk, home-baked biscuits and bread.
What guests say: “Set in its own little paddock with access to a private luxury bathroom and kitchen area. Very clean with lovely touches. Fresh bread, biscuits and milk on arrival. David and Felicity are the perfect hosts, friendly and helpful. The views from the caravan are wonderful. It is a little piece of paradise.”
20. EcoPod Holidays
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people or £98 for 4 people
Location: Upper Town, nr Ashbourne
Why stay here: At EcoPod Holidays you have your pick from five different handmade pods, meaning there’s something for everyone. Whether you choose the likes of Holly and Mountain Ash (and opt for a romantic getaway for two) or take your pick from Willow, Hazelwood and Great Oak (great for a family getaway), you’re guaranteed a good time here. You’re completely self-contained in your pod as each pod is fully insulated with its own log burner, hot shower, mini-kitchen, and phone charging facilities.
What guests say: “Absolutely awesome place perfect for a romantic getaway and great if you have kids. Met the owner Craig, he is a great guy. Can’t recommend the place enough! There is a communal firepit, giant Jenga, racketball and a games room, as well as a solar-powered shack you can turn into a bar/disco.”
21. Haddy’s Hut
Price per night: From £101 for 2 people
Location: Hope Valley
Why stay here: There’s nothing not to love about Haddy’s Hut. It’s modern, spacious and, well, basically the ultimate romantic getaway for two. The hut benefits from all kinds of modern-day comforts including a warming wood-burning stove, en-suite bathroom with fluffy towels, a TV, Wi-Fi, and a handmade fully equipped kitchen with a full-size hob and a single oven with grill. You’ll love a stay here no matter rain or shine – if the weather’s good you can dine alfresco or if it’s bad you can dig into the hut’s selection of books and games.
What guests say: “If you are looking for some peace and quiet set in beautiful surroundings then you simply have to pay this place a visit! Set on a gorgeous farm the Shepard’s Hut was simply stunning and exceeded all expectations. Spotlessly clean with all the creature comforts and then some…the log burner was a great touch.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Flagg, nr Bakewell
Why stay here: You’ve probably seen your fair share of glamping pods in your time but have you ever seen a cylindrical pod? Nope? Didn’t think so! Well, Knotlow Farm Pods are just that and their shape makes them ridiculously cute. The hand-built spruce pods are nestled in a peaceful, sheltered setting bordered by trees and flowers making them a perfect romantic getaway for two. Want to know what else makes them romantic? Your very own private hot tub, ideal for stargazing. Romance at its finest!
What guests say: “The pod itself was well-equipped. We used the gas BBQ to cook dinner on both nights and enjoyed ample use of the hot tub in the evenings too! The beds were comfy and the pod was very cosy to sleep in. We ordered breakfast on the last day of our trip – the bacon sandwiches were lovely.”
Price per night: From £87.50 for 2 people
Why stay here: With views of Mam Tor right from the comfort of your hut, great views are guaranteed at Spring House Farm Shepherds Hut. Set in the heart of the Peak District in the famous Castleton, great walks and pubs are right on your doorstep here – you don’t even need to hop in your car! However, you’ll love a stay here regardless of whether you choose to explore or just hunker down in your hut to relax. Alongside your private terrace garden with BBQ and outdoor furniture, the hut comprises a king-size bed, Wi-Fi, kitchen, log burning stove, and an en-suite.
Price per night: From £40 for 2 people
Location: Cross o’th’hands
Why stay here: £20 each per night? Get in! Poplars Farm Pods really are the definition of ‘cheap and cheerful’ but when you’re only paying £40, there really isn’t much to complain about. It’s a case of BYOB at Poplars Farm, meaning bring your own bedding (as well as your own booze!) but they can provide bedding at an additional cost of £20 if you don’t want to lug it along with you. However, don’t think you need to bring everything as the pods do benefit from a heater, kettle, mugs, cutlery, plates, tea towel, washing up bowl, fridge, microwave, toaster, TV, outdoor table and chairs, BBQ, and firepit.
What guests say: “Great, quiet site and adults only. Super hot shower and toilet facilities, also a kitchen area with kettle, toaster, microwave, washer and dryer. The camping pod was brilliant, everything provided for a comfortable stay, barbecue, table and chairs. Thank you, Sara and Peter, super thoughtful hosts.”
Price per night: From £88 for 3 people
Location: Foston, nr Derby
Why stay here: Tucked away beneath a copse of oak and ash trees in its own private woodland, The Trees Hut at Birkins Croft will take you far from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The hut itself comprises a king-size oak bed, wood burner, plenty of seating, and Wi-Fi. But the best part is that you’re not limited to just your handmade hut. You also have use of an open-air kitchen, a bathroom in a bespoke shepherd’s hut, and a campfire. Oh, and there’s also the option to book a massage to completely relax and unwind. Sounds good? I thought so!
What guests say: “10000% recommend this stay for anyone! I’m already planning another weekend away here! Tim is a great host, really welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. You can really see the thought and effort that went into building this place, even down to the little details.”
Price per night: From £130 for 6 people
Location: Loscoe, nr Derby
Why stay here: Enigma Lodge Safari Tent is one of my absolute favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire because not only does it have a wood-fired hot tub but it also has a barrel sauna. I mean, I may as well finish this recommendation here because why wouldn’t you want to stay somewhere with both a hot tub and sauna? On top of both of these amazing facilities, the tent itself is beautiful and well-equipped with a double bed, two single beds, a sofa bed, kitchen, plenty of living space, and an eco loo!
What guests say: “We loved it here. So peaceful and quiet. The hot tub and sauna make it an extra special way to relax. Especially the hot tub in the dark under the stars. Richard made us so welcome and gave us a tour around his farm which we loved. Beds were also super comfy.”
Price per night: From £70 for 2 people
Location: Clay Cross, nr Chesterfield
Why stay here: Situated on a 150-acre free-range poultry farm on the edge of the Peak District, Stretton Hall Farm Pod benefits from some of the best views of any glamping site in Derbyshire. The pod is lovingly kitted out with a comfy double bed, an en-suite, a sofa, and a well-equipped kitchenette so you can cook up a storm. And as if that and the amazing views weren’t enough, you can also pop by the family-run farm shop to stock up on some holiday treats along with a complimentary drink.
What guests say: “These pods are amazing. So peaceful and a great farm shop fully stocked a short walk away. The bed was so comfy, we both had an amazing night’s sleep. Would definitely recommend it. The ensuite bathroom was bigger than expected and was immaculate.”
Price per night: From £50 for 2 people
Location: Milldale, nr Ilam
Why stay here: If you want to stay at a glamping site in Derbyshire that’s cheap but is also not a pod, then look no further than New Hanson Grange Shepherds Huts. With prices starting from just £25 per person a night, you can glamp in style here without breaking the bank. Win, win! On-site there are two off-grid shepherds huts to choose from, Lily and Fern, each well-suited for both solo travellers and couples alike. Choose to stay on either a self-catered basis or with a choice of breakfast hampers delivered to your door. Delicious!
What guests say: “We loved the Fern hut. It was so cosy and contained everything we needed to make our stay so enjoyable. The views are stunning and it is a great place to walk in the surrounding countryside. We were made to feel very welcome by Linda and Tim. The breakfasts provided were delicious. The best bacon I have ever eaten!”
Price per night: From £112 for 2 people
Location: Foolow, nr Eyam
Why stay here: I don’t think it’s hard to see why Bertie’s Retreat Shepherds Hut is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire. It’s beautiful from the outside, and the story is the same inside. Modern amenities, such as a well-equipped kitchen and flatscreen TV, are paired with soft furnishings to create a cosy, yet contemporary, atmosphere. As you can see, a stay here is already great as it is but if you want to make your stay extra special, make sure you pay an added fee for use of your own private wood-fired hot tub!
What guests say: “Bertie’s Hut is a great place for a weekend away. The hut was spotlessly clean and has lots of stylish touches. The location is great, in the heart of the Peak District. The hut is situated on a peaceful corner of the farm with a private patio to relax on. The whole farm is quiet and tranquil.”
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people or £100 for 4 people
Why stay here: If you want to sleep in one of the most peaceful pockets of Derbyshire countryside, then look no further than Newfold Farm Bell Tents. Edale really is the heart of the Peak District – the number of hikes and walks right on your doorstep are endless. So if you’re a keen hiker looking for a central location to stay the night, then this is your best bet! The luxury bell tents are kitted out with duvets, pillows, table, chairs, a camping stove and kettle, and on-site you’ll also find a cafe serving fresh coffee, teas, cakes, ice cream, sandwiches, and even handcrafted oak-fired Italian pizza.
What guests say: “Don’t go here… as you will ruin it for the rest of us. What an amazing place and the best owners, staff and people. Seriously try it, you will not be disappointed.”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Location: Weston Underwood, nr Derby
Why stay here: I’d be seriously surprised if the photo above isn’t enough to persuade you to book a stay in Woodlands Shepherds Hut because this really is glamping in Derbyshire at its finest. With a wood-fired hot tub, amazing views, and the cosiest interior imaginable, you can’t ask for much more. And the best part is that you can enjoy the views and starry nights no matter rain or shine from the comfort of your little outdoor hut. (With a glass of prosecco in hand, of course!) Look out for all the added touches too, such as freshly picked flowers and sumptuous robes for the tub!
What guests say: “What an idyllic location! Just us and the friendly cows, sheep and rabbits in the adjacent field – perfect. The wood-fired hot tub is unbelievably relaxing, and the hut itself is super cute and had everything you could hope for within.”
Price per night: From £60 for 2 people
Location: Melbourne, nr Derby
Why stay here: Fancy sleeping lakeside? Or maybe you’re a keen fisher? If your answer to one (or even both) of those questions was a resounding yes, then you better book a stay in one of Springwood Fisheries’ Pods ASAP! There are two types of glamping pod to choose from, Standard and Deluxe, with prices shooting up to £80 a night for the Deluxe pods – though I think they’re well worth the upgrade. Inside these pods, you get an en-suite, kitchenette, TV, and a double bed. They’re basically little homes away from home!
What guests say: “Just left after spending the night in one of the pods and it has been amazing. Such a beautiful site, very relaxing and had a beautiful view of the fishing pond. The pods were very clean and had a great sleep on the bed. 100% will be returning as it’s hard to find places as nice as this.”
Price per night: From £91 for 3 people
Location: Riber, nr Matlock
Why stay here: If you’re looking for a seriously unique glamping holiday in Derbyshire, look no further than Sleepy Jean Airstream. This quirky vintage 1972 airstream has been lovingly refurbished into the holiday home you see today. Inside you’ll discover an open-plan living and kitchen area, a wood burner, en-suite, and a king-size bed that I personally can’t wait to jump into! The surroundings really do speak for themselves but trust me, they’re good.
What guests say: “The airstream is class and it’s a pleasure to stay in such an icon, that has been restored to first-class standard, with additional wonderful touches. The location was stunning, quiet but ideal for exploring this beautiful area.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Grindlow, nr Eyam
Why stay here: Modern, unique and beautifully decorated, The Railway Carriage is easily one of the most beautiful places to stay in Derbyshire. I don’t know where to start with describing everything I love about this 1930s carriage. From the bedroom with large windows and Smart TV to the gorgeous furniture to the modern en-suite, the carriage is definitely easy on the eyes. (So much so that you’ll never want to leave!) But if you do, you’ll be rewarded with amazing views and outdoor seating made with dining alfresco in mind.
What guests say: “Beautiful space with attention to detail and sympathetic craftsmanship to renovate a historic railway carriage. Super cosy with the wood burner even when the rain came! The views spectacular and seclusion of seeing little lambs outside the window from the fluffy super comfy bed are very special.”
Price per night: From £49 for 2 people or £59 for 5 people
Location: Span Carr, nr Chesterfield
Why stay here: Ernest’s Retreat is home to a whole host of different pods, sleeping anywhere between two and five people – and the best part is that they’re all really easy on your wallet too. Comprising only beds, they’re all simple inside (reflecting the price tag) but who can complain when you’ve got a proper roof over your head and a heater to keep you warm? Oh, and they also supply a kettle so you can have that all-important morning coffee or cup of tea. Bottoms up!
What guests say: “This place is perfect for an escape into nature. Our glamping pod was more than I expected. It was spacious and had a little kettle and complimentary tea/coffee. Comfortable beds. Clean and well looked after facilities include toilets/showers with nice warm water. Beautiful scenery, friendly staff.”
Price per night: From £100 for 4 people
Location: Ashover, nr Chesterfield
Why stay here: Ashover Safari Tent might just be one of my favourite places to go glamping in Derbyshire and when you see both the interior and the views, you’ll understand why. The safari tent has a spacious and fully equipped living space with a large deck terrace area so you can drink, dine alfresco, and soak up the sunsets to your heart’s content. Venture a little further into the tent and you’ll find two bedrooms: one with a four-poster double bed and the other with two single beds. Oh, and of course, this wouldn’t be a luxurious safari tent without your private en-suite.
What guests say: “This place is just wonderful. It’s private and secluded. The fire pit was a lovely addition too. The tent was spotless, linen was comfy and a proper inside bathroom was a luxury! We couldn’t fault or change a thing about this place, other than we didn’t book long enough to stay here!”
Price per night: From £61 for 2 people
Location: Slackhall, nr Chapel-en-le-Frith
Why stay here: Last but absolutely by no means least we have the aptly named Hut on the Hill that is enviously positioned looking out over one of the best views in the High Peak. However, you’ll not only see amazing views from your hut, but you’ll also see Nevada, Hermes and Alpha Ed, three friendly alpacas that you share your field with. The inside is gorgeous with its kitchenette and en-suite but I can imagine you’ll rather spend your time outside stargazing around the Indian fire pit.
What guests say: “My stay at the shepherd’s hut exceeded expectations! It’s located in a fantastic place for exploring the Peak District for the first time. The hut inside was surprisingly spacious and had all the amenities I needed for a four-night stay, and the log burner kept the hut nice and cosy!”
So there you have it: 37 amazing glamping holidays in Derbyshire? It’s safe to say you’ve got an amazing selection of glamping holidays in Derbyshire to choose from but which are you going to book a stay at now? Please let me know in the comments below and I hope you have an amazing holiday!
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