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Shatton Hall, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0BG

 
 
 
 
 

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OUR COTTAGES

Set in the heart of the Peak District, three separate, traditional stone cottages await your perfect holiday stay. Nestled amongst mature gardens and peaceful, open countryside that affords stunning views, our cottages serve as an idyllic base for families and walkers or a secluded businessman's retreat.

Feel free to browse and book below.

Action & Adrenaline 
Walking and Hiking
Relaxing at Shatton Hall Cottages
Free Parking
Welcome Basket
Local Info 
Peace & Quiet
Fresh Bedding & Towels
Breathtaking Countryside
Cafés
Restaurants
Pubs 
 

Need some tips on the area? Just ask us, we'd be happy to help

Upon arrival a basket of bread, milk, butter, tea & coffee will be waiting

No need to worry about parking. We have ample space on our grounds

Set in the middle of the Peak District, the walks & views are incredible

Clean, fresh bedding and towels wait your arrival

The secluded, country location offers unbeatable relaxation

Sit by the cottage and enjoy the surrounds, sketch, paint or photograph. Relaxing is easy at Shatton Hall cottages

Our cottages are the perfect base for all your Peak District walking and hiking adventures.

For Info: visitpeakdistrict.com

Climbing, caving, gorge-scrambling, abseiling. Explore your limits in the Peak District

For Info: visitpeakdistrict.com

Need a relaxing tea, cappuccino or ristretto? Or perhaps a cake after a long walk. Visit one of our local cafés.

See our guide: The Best Cafés

There are some great restaurants nearby serving a variety of cuisines from Indian to fine dining.

Visit our guide: Restaurants

Perfect for a pint or a hearty Sunday lunch. There are plenty of traditional, local pubs well worth a visit.

Our guide: The Local Pubs

ORCHARD COTTAGE

HAYLOFT COTTAGE

PADDOCK COTTAGE

A dwelling has existed on the site since 1450 with the current Hall being erected by the great Eyre family during the Tudor period.

HISTORY OF THE HALL