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The Old Workshop and Laburnum Cottage - Castleton

    The Old Workshop and Laburnum Cottage are two self-catering holiday cottage situated in the centre of the village of Castleton, Hope Valley, in the heart of the Peak District National Park. They are graded 4 stars by Enjoy England.

    The Old Workshop has two en-suite double bedrooms and sleeps up to 4 people. One of the double beds can be made into twin beds, if required. Both bedrooms are on the ground floor.

    Laburnum Cottage has two double bedrooms, sleeping up to 4 people, and a shared bathroom. Both bedrooms are on the first floor.

    The cottages are adjacent and lie just a few yards off the old market square, in the heart of Castleton village. This village is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Peak District, with Peveril Castle, several show caverns, magnificent walking on the doorstep and ready access to other outdoor activities, such as mountain biking, rock-climbing and hang-gliding.

    All the major attractions of the Peak District, such as Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Ladybower and the Derwent Dams, and all the major towns, including Buxton, Bakewell and Matlock, are within easy reach of Castleton by car.

    Castleton also has a range of shops and pubs, offering a range of amenities. Eating out in Castleton is a breeze, with a good range of pubs and cafes to choose from.

    The Old Workshop and Laburnum Cottage are no smoking cottages and we regret we are unable to accept pets.

    The Old Workshop and Laburnum Cottage have shared access and parking on the driveway outside each of the cottages.

    The cottages are privately owned and the owners are local residents.

    When contacting this business please mention you found them on Peak District Online


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