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Visit Peaks holiday cottages are owned and managed by Wendy Boast who runs two large holiday cottages in the Peak District and has been doing this since 2006, when Riverside House was opened.Wendy and her family have been going to the Peak District for 30 years and have detailed knowledge of the area and things to do.  She loves providing families and groups with holidays in some of the country's most beautiful countryside and can help tailor make a family holiday, activity holiday or leisure break.  Wendy stays in both her cottages on a regular basis with friends and family to make sure that everything is in place for a welcoming break in the Peak District.In another life Wendy was employed in the marketing departments of solicitors' firms as well as working in publishing and bookselling.

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There are many events and things to do in the Peak District this Spring.  Here's our pick.

Free guided walking weekend on 19 and 20 May.  

On Sat 19 May start and finish at Hathersage car park and enjoy this lovely circuit with scenery from the tops of Stanage Edge and White Edge as well as the gorgeous Derwent Valley.  This days walk is approx 12 miles and you can bring a friend, your dog or come alone. 

On Sun 20 May the walk starts at Chatsworth House and is a 5-mile loop finishing at the river.  

What an ideal way to get a free taster of the Peak District countryside!  

Tideswell Food Festival on 5 May

Visit the charming town of Tideswell with is Cathedral in the Peak and enjoy the annual food festival too.  Over 60 food stalls as well as entertainment and for 2018 new this year is a Makers Market for gifts and craft products.  This will be the biggest yet!  

Chatsworth renewed opens 21 March

A glimpse of all the work that has been taking place at Chatsworth House.  Visit hidden areas, meet skilled tradespeople, see vast tracts of the new lead on the roof, discover what's under the floor in Chapel Corridor and admire newly renovated tapestries.  

Chatsworth International Horse Trials 11-17 May

A world-class three-day event of sport with family entertainment.  And if you book before 31 January there is 50% off!

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Visit Peaks are family run large holiday cottages providing accommodation in the Peak District for over ten years.  Contact us for further information or visit www.visitpeaks.co.uk

 

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SAVE £100 on a short break weekend in February from 1st or 2nd February for up to four nights.  Now only £689 for up to twelve guests.

Riverside House is a large holiday cottage in the Peak District in a lovely location for walks from the door and the friendly local pub is only one mile.  

Riverside House sleeps 9+2+cot in four bedrooms and is family and child friendly.  Pet friendly too!  Up to five dogs welcome.  

Some of the facilities include games room, Sky movies and Sports on huge surround sound TV, wi-fi, unlimited free supply of logs for the log burner with all bookings, bed linen and towels included and plenty of space to relax and unwind.

Grab these last minute bargains while still available.  Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Visit our website for more information on Riverside House holiday cottage

 

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Running a holiday cottage business is great fun, especially when you get to stay in your own holiday cottages and enjoy the walks, scenery and relaxing in front of the log fire.

However, sometimes there are plenty of jobs to be done and last week was no exception.  We stayed at Riverside House holiday cottage for a week and certainly got a lot ticked off.

Here's some of tasks we acheived:

  • Annual boiler service
  • Annual chimney sweep
  • Fixing some snooker cues and table football in the games room
  • Getting a brand new TV, free sat box and satellite dish for the games room
  • Meeting up with lovely new caterers and sampling their food
  • Meeting Sauced Here a local delivery company where food and provisions are from the Peak District
  • Getting the oven cleaned and given a once over
  • Having a new mattress delivered for the downstairs double bedroom
  • Replacing some older pillows with new ones
  • Giving the utility room and washing machine a spring clean
  • Replacing an extractor fan in the ensuite bathroom

It's very satisfying to know that Riverside House is ship shape and ready for the Christmas and New Year guests.  We stay in our holiday cottages on a regular basis and this is one of the things that makes us different from other holiday cottage owners.  We know how many mugs, glasses, knives, forks are in the kitchen; we know if a light bulb needs replacing or if a door knob is loose.  We know if the pillows and mattresses are comfy and how warm the house feels on a winters day.  We experience our holiday cottages in the same way as our guests do, and we wouldn't want it any other way.

If you are looking for a short break or longer holiday cottage stay in 2018 do get in touch and book direct with owners who know their holiday cottages inside and out!

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It's Dickens time at Chatsworth House.  From November the halls at Chatsworth have been decorated and transformed into Dickensian London.  You can visit scenes from Dickens stories this Christmas at Chatsworth House. Tickets need to be booked.

Dickens by twilight can also be booked for Thursdays and Fridays from 23 November to 22 December.  This will include a mince pie, wine and live music from traditional bell ringers and strings trio.  

Don't miss out the Chatsworth garden and farm shop too while visiting Chatsworth House this Christmas.

To book tickets click here

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SAVE £100 on this late short break deal at Riverside House holiday cottage in the Peak District, Derbyshire. NOW £689 for nine guests plus two on sofa bed and a cot.  Availability from 14 or 15 December 2017 for up to four nights.  

The price includes all bed linen, towels, heating and an unlimited free supply of logs for the log burner.  

We are dog and pet friendly too!

Some of the features of Riverside House holiday cottage include

  • Games room with pool, air hockey, table football
  • Sky Sports and Movies in HD
  • BT Sports in HD
  • Large surround TV
  • Log fire and unlimited free logs
  • Huge lounge with plenty of space
  • Three bathrooms
  • Downstairs bedroom and shower room with wc
  • Wi-fi included
  • Off-street parking for up to four cars
  • Child friendly
  • Dog and pet friendly
  • Walks from the door including traffic free Monsal Trail
  • Lovely local pub only one mile

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Another blog I know about the Asbourne food market, but it really is becoming a highlight of the Ashbourne and southern Peak District area. 

The next market is on 25 November 2017 and will coincide with the switching on of Ashbourne's Christmas lights. The market stalls will include scrumptious foodie delights, seasonal gifts, handcrafted items all from artisans in the area.  There are vintage dealers and hot street food sellers too as well as local musicians. 

The market is located in the Market Place very central in Ashbourne and there are plenty of car parks in Ashbourne too. Don't miss 8 Dec (the twilight market) and 9 and 10 Dec (the Christmas markets). 

Click here for more information. 

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At Visit Peaks holiday cottages in the Peak District National Park, we don't rush you.  Book a short break and instead of two nights you can stay for three or four nights and continue enjoying your holiday.  So no packing up on the Sunday and rushing off.  And it is the same as the two night price. 

With the nights drawing in why not take advantage of the log burners and unlimited free supply of logs and kindling that comes with a Visit Peaks booking?  Snuggle up, relax and enjoy endless log fires!  

Visit Peaks holiday cottages are ideal for the larger group and family holidays.  Why not celebrate a birthday or special anniversary or a family or friends reunion with us?  

Valley View holiday cottage sleeps 13+2 in 6 bedrooms

Riverside House holiday cottage sleeps 9+2 in 4 bedrooms

Both holiday cottages are fully equipped and cots, high chairs, stair gates are provided for families.  And the four-legged members of your family are also very welcome.  We will accept up to five dogs at any one time.  

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Here's our very own Conor, enjoying a holiday in the Peak District at one of our holiday cottages. (The cottage in the picture is Valley View with stunning views over Dovedale). 

Many holiday cottages will only accept one or two dogs at the most.  That's where we are different from the rest.

You know your dogs and pets deserve a holiday as much as you do and that's why our large self catering cottages accept up to five dogs at any one time.  So if you are on holiday with family members and friends you can all bring your four-legged friends along too.

There are walks galore from the holiday cottages.  At Valley View enjoy walks along the river Dove or the nearby Tissington Trail and at our other cottage, Riverside House, there's the river Wye and Monsal Trail right on the doorstep.

And just like you, your dogs will love snuggling up to our cosy log fires.  We don't stint on logs either, when you book with us you get an unlimited free supply of logs and kindling to use during your stay.  

If you'd like more information on taking your dog on holiday with you, or details about our short break prices for 2018, get in touch now!

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Autumn is here, the leaves on the trees are looking beautiful and the Peak District is gearing up for Halloween.

Here are our top choices for things to do this Halloween in the Peak District.

  • Chatsworth House has spooky goings on in the garden, farmyard and playground.  Why not join in the half-term fun activities?  There's a trail of pumpkins, spooky stories or let the little ones weave a spiders web or even become zombies! 
  • Chesterfield Ghost Tours running on 5, 12, 19 and 26 October.  Thursdays starting at 7.30 pm.  Take a tour round the historic streets of Chesterfield and discover a ghostly past, murders and more!  Booking essential.
  •  Alton Towers Scarefest on the following dates: 7-8, 14-15, 20-31 October. The theme park stays open until 9 pm on these dates so you can experience the rides in the dark.  There's scary mazes and a freak show too.  
  • Matlock Farm Park has some Halloween activities from 23 - 31 October.  Try out pumpkin carving, go on a treasure hunt or a spooky guided tour featuring the headless horesman and Wanda the Witch.  

So it's time to get out and about in the Peak District for half-term and Halloween this October.  

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A great new artisan market has arrived in Ashbourne in the Peak District.  Every 2nd Sunday in the month from 10 am to 4 pm in the Market Place, this market is sure to be a hit.

Some of the great items and products include:

  • Meat market
  • seasonal fresh farm produce
  • Fine food
  • Street food
  • Beer
  • Arts and crafts
  • Artisan products
  • Entertainment
  • Music
  • Meet the Maker

If you are staying at Valley View holiday cottage we highly recommend a visit.  Ashbourne is about a 15 minute drive from the holiday cottage, but we do suggest that you arrive in plenty of time for parking.  Why not visit some of Ashbourne's great shops and cafes too?

 

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This a fun-filled family event not to be missed.  Every Saturday and Sunday from 9 September to 28 October 2017 a parade of illuminated and decorated boats will sparkle along the River Derwent.  Boats are decorated with coloured lights mounted on rowing boats.  The event starts at 7.45 pm on Saturdays and 7.30 pm on Sundays in the Derwent Gardens

Every Saturday evening there are firework displays from 9 pm in the Gardens.  Sundays are aimed at families and start and finish earlier with no fireworks.  That's the best day to take your four-legged friends, as whilst well-behaved dogs are welcome on leads, our advice is to avoid the fireworks on Saturday night if you are taking dogs with you.

Our advice is to get to Matlock Bath early, as particularly on Saturdays it can get very busy and parking can be an issue. 

Prices for the illuminations and fireworks for Saturdays are £5.50 in advance and £7.50 on the door for adults with under 16s free, and on Sundays £4.50 in advance and £6.50 on the door.

The whole event takes place in Derwent Gardens, which are well worth visiting during the day.  These gardens overlook the River Derwent and there are thermal springs, water gardens, pools, grottos, alcoves and footpaths.

Click here for more information on Matlock Bath Illuminations 2017

Click here for more information on visiting Derwent Gardens

For more information on our large holiday cottages in the Peak District visit www.visitpeaks.co.uk

Or contact Wendy Boast on 07980 390 520

 

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Tideswell in the Peak District National Park is one of our favourite towns for a morning or afternoon visit and stroll.  It is home to the Cathedral in the Peak, (shown in the picture above) which is worth a visit, but it also has some great foodie delights.  

Some of favourite cafes are High Nelly's, The Peak District Parlour and the recently acquired The Woodman (previously Vanilla Kitchen).  

We have had one of our best breakfasts in High Nelly's with Derbyshire oatcake, free range eggs and local bacon.  A friendly and warm welcome and plenty of space for groups.  Dogs are welcome but on tables outside only.

The Woodman is run by H&D Exoctic Teas and you won't be disappointed.  Home baked cakes are paired with speciality teas; all with timers to get the perfect brew.  There is a bistro menu as well as tapas, Thai, Caribbean and on Thursdays takeaway curry.  We sampled the tapas and teas and we would highly recommend.  Dogs are welcome.

The Peak District Parlour is another great breakfast spot or perhaps for Sunday lunch.  There's also a deli section with cheeses and a good choice of deli items.  Light lunches, daily specials, fresh baked bread and home made ice cream all available.  This is a good dog friendly cafe too.  

Don't miss out a visit to Tindalls of Tideswell famous for their pies, homemade bread, chutneys, cakes and much more!

Finally for a lunch or dinner we recommend The Merchant's Yard, which have also reviewed in our earlier blog.  Great food, craft ale and wine.   

Riverside House holiday cottage our large holiday cottage is only a 40 minute walk away from Tideswell along the lovely Tideswell Dale or by car in just over 5 minutes.  There's plenty of parking on the main road.  For more information contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Don't miss the Chatsworth House Country Fair on 1 to 3 September 2017.

Top events include: horseback displays, motorcycle stunts, a human flight team and aerobatics as well as some of our favourite chefs cooking up some foodie dishes in the fine food village.

And in the showground there's something for all ages with fishing, falconry, vintage cars and hot air balloons.  And of course a fun fair!

Book in advance for discounted tickets of 10% and under 14s get in for free.

For more information visit Chatsworth House website here

Chatsworth House is only around 20 minutes drive from our holiday cottages Riverside House and Valley View in the Peak District National Park.  Sleeping from 6 to 15 guests they are ideal for family holidays.

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Some great family entertainment this summer at Matlock Farm Park including:

  • Teddy Bear's picnic 22-28 July
  • Glewy the Alien and Friends starting 29 July
  • Seaside week 12 - 25 August
  • Peak District Highland Games 27 August
  • Pirates Week 28 Aug - 3 Sept

Such great family fun this summer holiday in the Peak District at Matlock Farm Park.

Check the website for more information www.matlockfarmpark.co.uk

 

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The Merchant's Yard is a family owned restaurant in Tideswell in the Peak District.  Ideally located for visitors of Riverside House holiday cottage, we highly recommend checking out this great place for a family lunch, dinner or special occasion meal.  

Located in the High Street in the stone Markovitz Courtyard building that in 1935 originally housed a builder's merchant, the Merchant's Yard opened in 2015.  It specialises in dishes using fresh seasonal produce from local suppliers, making as much in-house as possible; from the home-smoking of the salmon and bacon, to the hand-crafted petit fours that accompany each tea or coffee served. 

Head Chef Carl's menu offers something for everyone.  From classic steaks, burgers with a twist and pizzas fired in the wood-buring oven, to the a la carte selection that includes dishes like the beef shin and lemon thyme corquette, a platter of lamb for two and the Derbyshire Trout.  Puddings range from the classic to the quirky, with past dishes such as the chocolate cigar and a 'chocolate garden' (complete with 'snail')!  Sharing platters like 'The Picnic' (served on a miniature picnic bench!), their classic afternoon tea and Sunday Roasts that come to carve at the table piled high with giant Yorkshire puddings and all the trimmings are also not to be missed!

Bar Manager Peter, who hails from London's Shoreditch, and his team love the opportunity to show off their passion and expertise with the carefully crafted drinks menu.  A wide selection of wines with a cocktail menu offer options before, during and after a meal, or just for a drink in the sunshine outside the courtyard!

There is a private function room that can seat between 16 and 24 so this would be ideal for our holiday cottage guests at Riverside House. The Merchant's Yard is child friendly, lunch and evening menus are available along with a variety of special offers including two course for £14.95 and two for one on slected cocktails on Wednesdays and Thursday. 

Visit www.themerchantsyard.com for more information or call 01298 872442.

 

 
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Did you know that the Peak District is Britains' first national park?  It was formally designated in 1951 after several decades of campaigning. It covers 555 square miles and includes the counties of Derbyshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire and Yorkshire as well as the urban fringes of Sheffield and Greater Manchester. 

The Friends of the Peak District has published The Peak District Boundary walk, a book which takes you round the whole 190-mile edge and boundary of the Peak District National Park.

The book's walking routes run from the moorlands of the South Pennines to the limestone walks of the Derbyshire Dales.  The book also takes you to the edges of Sheffield, Oldham and into Staffordshire and Cheshire.  

The book includes footpaths, tracks, lanes, old railway lines and a canal towpath with detailed route descriptions, maps and information about places of interest on the route.  There's a handy route planning section at the start of the book showing distances and ascents. 

There's no need to walk the whole 190-miles in one go!  The book is designed for day walks as well as those who wish to complete the whole circuit!  The stages of the walk have been designed, where possible, to start and finish at locations convenient for public transport connections, car parks, toilets, local shops, cafes and pubs. 

The Friends of the Peak District have campaigned for over 90 years to safeguard the Peak District and through Riverside House holiday cottage we at Visit Peaks are proud to be supporters.  If you love the Peak District National Park and want to support The Friends of the Peak District, click here for more information.

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Travelling with you dog and taking them on holiday with you is great fun.  After all why should your pet be left at home or left in kennels?  That's the beauty of self catering holiday cottages like Visit Peaks, as up to five dogs are welcome when you stay with us.  

There are some things you need to bear in mind though when travelling with your dog.   Hot weather is an issue for dogs as they are unable to cool off as easily as we can.  Dehydration, heat stroke and sunbrun can be the result of overheating.

When travelling by car with your dog make sure that your pet is not thirsty and stop at regular intervals to give him water. Frozen food is also ideal to help them cool down, why not try freezing bananas? Also make sure your car is well ventillated and that your dog is not shut up in a stuffy boot.  You dog will need to be securely fastened with a dog seat belt or in a crate, but do make sure they can move and change positions too.

Look out for signs of heat stroke; lethargy, rapid panting, lack of coordination, vomiting and diarrhoea and possibly seizures. If you see any of these symptoms take your dog straight away to see a vet.

Do not leave your dog in a hot car, even if you have parked in the shade or with the windows open.  It can take a few minutes for your dog to overheat.  Make sure you take your dog out of the car when you are stopping for a break and take him with you.

Walk your dog at cooler times of the day, first thing in the morning is ideal and avoid 11 am to 3 pm on hot days.  And walk on the grass rather than tarmac as it can get very hot.

Why not plan your journey for earlier in the day when it is cooler?  Even if you arrive before check in time you could go for a walk with your dog (if not too hot) or stop in a shady spot where you can all relax.  Why not pack a picnic for you and your dog?  Remember to take plenty of water for your dog!  

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We are delighted to welcome a guest blogger this week, Roz Lishak of ByBenji dog treats.  Riverside House and Valley View holiday cottages in the Peak District have been trialling these dog treats and we will shortly be supplying them for our dog visitors as a healthy holiday snack!

ByBenji

If your usual choice of dog treat has a list of questionable added ingredients listed on the plastic wrapper they are found in, you clearly haven't discovered the unique and healthy option offered by Biltong treat specialists ByBenji!

Why ByBenji? They care enough to use only pure sliverside beef, no sinews, no tendons, wheat/gluten free too, but then, wouldn't you expect that from a meat treat?  The clue is in the word meat, and, not every "meat treat" has the authenticity of ByBenji, who uses only the best Silverside of Premium Beef.

So what is Biltong, and why is this traditional South African delicacy creating a roar in the Raw treat world?

The word Biltong comes from the Dutch work "bil", meaning "meat buttock" or "hind quarters" and "tong" which means "strip", so it's just that, a strip of meat.

No surprise that meat has been preserved by our ancestors for many, many generations.  Biltong is airdried, not cooked like Jerky, so no goodness has been oven heated out, Biltong is nothing but pure raw protein.  Til now, only appropriate for humans, as it's the salt level that helps the marinating process. The ByBenji Pet Treat process creates a pet friendly Biltong collection, balancing the unique mix and blend of herbs to bring together a healthy mix with three different taste ranges; Training Treats, Super Sticks and Biltong Sausage.

Making a big impression with many training schools, as an unequalled reward and recall treat, validated by vet and industry professionals, ByBenji treats can now be seen sitting on the shelves of many exclusive canine boutiques and establishments, ordering online is also as easy as a click, but whereever or however you discover the power of ByBenji, you won't spend too long compairing the quality, as it's all in the taste and reaction of your dog, and if it's good enough for the pet parents it's certainly the best you can give them?

www.bybenji.com

 

 
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Don't miss this exhibition it is set to be one of the best this year.  Running through until October it will highlight the fashion legacy of Chatsworth House and the Devonshire family. 

The show is created by the Editor-in-Large at American Vogue, Hamish Bowles.  It will bring to life the style and individuality of well known icons such as: Bess of Hardwick, incredibly important in the sixteenth century; Georgina Duchess of Devonshire an eighteenth century empress of fashion; Adele Astaire, sister and dance partner of Fred Astaire and Deborah Devonshire and Nancy Mitford, two of the Mitford sisters.  

The exhibition will include art history, fashion, jewellery (including a fascinating exhibition of Dowager Duchess' bug jewellery), design and textiles.  

Around 150 mannequins will be on show, as well as hundreds of objects organised into themes ranging from Coronation Dress to the 1897 Devonshire House Ball celebrating Queen Victoria's Damond Jubilee.  Other highlights include Jean-Philippe Worth and Christian Dior couture as well as modern pieces.  (A 1990s nose ring belonging to Stella Tennant)!

For more information visit the Chatsworth House House style exhibition here.  

Riverside House and Valley View holiday cottages are within a 20 minute drive of Chatsworth House.  For further information contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

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With recent new owners The Anglers Rest is becoming a great pub for walkers and locals alike.  Situated on the very beautiful river Wye (see picture) The Anglers Rest is just a stones throw from the Monsal Trail ideal for traffic free walking and cycling.

Our holiday cottage, Riverside House is only a mile away along the river too, so it is a great place for our guests to enjoy family and friends meals and celebrations.

We've eaten there a few times now with the new owners and are pleased with the food, beer, wine, friendly staff and the fact that dogs are made very welcome.  There's plenty of parking too.

If you are in the area we highly recommend popping in for a pint, a meal or to sit outside and enjoy the views of the river Wye. 

For more information about the Anglers Rest and our holiday cottage Riverside House, ideal for large groups and family gatherings, get in touch by email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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