Cosy, clean and comfortable, Clough Head Cottage is a perfect place to relax after a day’s walking, cycling or sightseeing in the beautiful White Peak region of the Peak District National Park.
Clough Head is on the side of a ridge which divides the Upper Dove and Manifold rivers, with the White Peak on one side and the Staffordshire Moorlands on the other.
Situated in a beautiful spot looking across to Hollins Hill and Chrome Hill, there are scenic walks and cycle routes from the door, and outstanding attractions a short drive away.
Clough Head Cottage
Clough Head Cottage is a traditional Peak District stone cottage, part of our farmhouse.
It has two bedrooms and can accommodate 4 guests – further details: see inside.
- Self-contained and private
- Two bedrooms
- Off-street parking
- Satellite TV (Freesat)
- Internet access
- Linen provided
- Lockable bicycle storage
- Patio garden with BBQ
- Wild flower meadow
- Friendly Chickens and Alpacas!
News & Reviews
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This robin was performing above my head in the Ash Tree. You can listen to it here:
Enjoy the Christmas season in Buxton with a range of activities presented by various organisations. Click here to get an on-line version of the full details.
A video highlighting the development of the Crescent in Buxton has been launched by the Buxton Crescent Trust. The 5 minute film gives a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of the £50 million restoration of the Crescent showing the scale of the redevelopment and some of the beautiful features being restored, such as the Assembly Room. Featuring […]
Buxton is developing a permanent cinema in the Pavilion Gardens complex. Buxton’s Spa Cinema closed in 1986 and films have been shown in various locations since, with an active Film Society. Film fans wanting to see the latest films have had to travel though. Now a performance space in the Pavilion Arts Centre is being […]
Heritage Open Days in Buxton this week give a chance to explore some of the town’s historic sites, especially the buildings associated with its heyday as a spa town – which the developers of the Crescent hope to restore in part. There have been some very interesting talks to explain the development of Buxton put […]
Traditions thrive in Longnor. Longnor Wakes began on Sunday with a service of celebration in St.Bartholomew’s Church, with the Hollinsclough Silver Band playing. Then a procession through the village singing ‘Onward Christian Soldiers’ to the well, to bless the well, decorated with this year’s well dressing marking support for Manchester, symbolised by the bee and […]
The ‘Explore Buxton‘ website is an excellent place to start if you want to explore not just Buxton but this part of the Peak District. This is their pick of the best houses and stately homes to visit over the Christmas period, from wreath making and outdoor Christmas themed trails to the The Nutcracker and […]
We are looking forward to going to performances of some favourite Gilbert & Sullivan this week in Buxton. These are concert performances of HMS Pinafore and Iolanthe, and we have members of the Orchestra staying with us.
This week Shakespeare productions have been on virtual tour in the Peak District. We have seen two great productions from London and Stratford. On Wednesday it was Henry V starring Alex Hassell from the RSC at Stratford, which we saw at Tideswell Cinema. On Thursday, it was Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role. We […]
We have a lot of animals as neighbours and, with several rare breeds farms in the vicinity, many are worth looking up. These include White Park cattle, Guanaco (a form of Llama), Portland and Ryeland sheep…
As you can see from our photos, we are in quiet, rural area with plenty of fresh air. Town life is not that far away as Buxton is 15 minutes by car… Not just a good shopping centre but with all the style of a Victorian spa town with its Opera house, Pavilion and public […]
Chee Dale, this side of Buxton is well worth a visit, especially if it is a windy day as you are particularly well protected. Chee Dale is where the River Wye flows through a limestone gorge on its way from Buxton to Bakewell. The Monsal Trail shadows it, so it is accessible to cyclists who […]
Chatsworth House looks magnificent, its classical design built in yellow stone facing across a Capability Brown park through which the River Derwent flows. There are over 30 rooms open to visitors including some in spectacular baroque style with the impressive furniture, art and sculpture you would expect from such a stately home. The gardens are […]