Swinney Wood Log Cabins


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  • #Eco
  • #Adult
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£1,732.50 per week as of 01/07/2023

Swinney Wood Log Cabins

Where peace and tranquillity awaits you

Sitting above the Derwent Valley, a World Heritage site chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as a place outstanding international importance, you will find four idyllically situated log cabins, individually hand scribed out of Western Red Cedar tree trunks. Each bespoke log cabin holds a stunning and unique location nestled within the woodland. Swinney Wood Log Cabins in Belper, Derbyshire take luxury to the extreme. Exclusively adults only and no pets, no expense has been spared creating these luxurious, yet rustic log cabins with romance in mind.


  • The Stables

    • 4
    • 2 nights min low season 3 nights high & Weekends

    SUMMER IN A STUNNING PEAK DISTRICT COTTAGE - Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life with a retreat to The Stables at Rocking Stones, in the glorious Peak District. This stylish and modern conversion, boasts heaps of character from the original structure, alongside mod-cons such as a rainfall shower and cosy wood burner. On a sunny evening, dine on the outdoor terrace, sampling spectacular snapshots of the surrounding Peak District. The knowledgable owners can direct you on the best walks to wander and pubs to sample during your stay! Sleeps 2 🛏️ THE HIGHLIGHTSEnjoy lunch on the outdoor terrace, surrounded by superb Peak District views.Soak in the luxurious rainfall shower, complete with fluffy towels and robes.Sink into the double bed with memory foam mattress and 100% cotton sheets.Cosy up by the wood burner during the winter months.Gaze up at the night sky and stars from the comfort of the bed through the huge roof lights. Excellently located with lots of incredible walks on your doorstep.The pretty village of Birchover with its two lovely pubs is just a short stroll away.

    £117.50 to £193.50 per night

  • Darkey House

    • 4
    • 3 nights Min Stay

    Sitting on the penumbra of the Peak District National Park you will find Darley House. This beautifully refurbished six-bedroom Georgian home sits on an acre of land, surrounded by impeccably kept Victorian gardens - perfect for al-fresco dining. The historic charm of the home is instantly striking, and it is replete with ornate fixtures, and elegant antique furniture. Darley House's luxury is matched by its surprisingly homely feel, with its wood burning stoves, open fireplaces, and beautifully furnished bedrooms. Sleeping between a maximum of 10-14 guests, this Derbyshire gem is ideal for special gatherings of families and friends alike. The ground floor houses the communal areas and you will be welcomed into the home via the elegant entrance hall. The spacious kitchen sits beneath vaulted ceilings and looks out onto the gardens. It comes fully equipped with a large 14-seater dining table and has a mezzanine area complete with a wood burning stove and flat screen TV. The drawing room offers the perfect place to relax while the panelled TV room is ideal for watching a film or having a gaming tournament on the PlayStation or Xbox. There is also a versatile events room which can play host to dinner parties or even a friendly table tennis game or two. The upstairs houses all of the six bedrooms. Dovedale, Tissington, and Darley are spacious double bedrooms, with each boasting their own en suite bathrooms. Cressbrook and Monsal are both twin bedrooms (Monsal's beds can zip together to create a super king). Lastly, there is Castleton, the bunk room which contains four beds. Besides the en suites, the ground floor contains a Moroccan-style wet room and there is a shower room on the first floor. Step outside of the house and onto the beautifully designed Victorian gardens. Here, you can lounge on the deck chairs or dine al fresco at the outdoor furniture. The nearby Peak District became England's first National Park in 1951. It is known for its beautiful, undulating scenery and its many picturesque towns and villages. A favourite of nature lovers, it is a popular spot of hiking, cycling, rock climbing, and caving. Various activities can also be arranged via the property’s owners such as photography courses, hot air ballooning, bike hire, and a chocolate tasting workshop.

    £3,245.00 up to £4,675.00 per week