With its breathtaking scenery and undulating landscapes, it's easy to understand why the Peak District was the first UK National Park. Still attracting visitors in their droves, this epic patch of land will excite and delight at every turn, throwing up soothing pastoral scenes, wild hilltops and fascinating limestone caves…
For just £99 you can relax for two nights at the foot of Kinder Scout in the Peak District. Nestled on the edge of one of England's most beautiful landscapes, a stay at The Sportsman Inn is the perfect way to take in the stunning surroundings, plus you'll also enjoy a delicious meal on your first night. So, why not take some time out in a beautiful part of the world – and treat someone special with a getaway to remember?
For a host of local attractions in the Peak District you'll have plenty to keep you occupied.
About The Sportsman Inn
The Sportsman Inn at the foot of Kinder Scout a friendly inn with a welcoming roaring log fire in the winter. Boasting a reputation for fantastic home cooked food, sourced from the local area, The Sportsman Inn offers a traditional menu including roasts on a Sunday. This friendly inn is ideal for walkers as it is situated at the beginning of the Pennine Way. So whether you're visiting to relax or tackle a long trek, The Sportsman Inn is an ideal place to start.
Friday and Saturday night stays will incur a supplement of £20 per night
Explore the rolling Peak District with a loved one at the Lantern Pike Inn: a bed and breakfast, restaurant with 18th century charm and modern accommodations. Situated in Little Hayfield between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, the inn and surrounding area has a storied history and is rich in character. The award winning bar has a warm and intimate atmosphere and serves tasty homemade Pub Food. Their philosophy dictates that they always keep the ale flowing for our guests. They also have a well balanced wine and coffee selection. The restaurant always serves food using fresh ingredients. They get our carefully selected, top quality seafood straight from the Grimsby Docks. The menu is every changing but assured to satiate your taste buds and hunger.
Each of their 5 double/twin rooms has a different character as it was during the mid-18th Century. They each come with a hairdryer, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. You’ll also be privy to breakfast and a two-course meal during your stay.
Be sure to visit the wonderful attractions and lush green grasslands nearby such as the Kinder Scout Reserve, Chatsworth House, The Chestnut Centre, Lyme Park, the village of Eyam, Alton Towers and many more interesting places.
You and a loved one can spend two nights here at the historic Peak District in The Lantern Pike Inn for only £99 for both people!
– This kgbdeal excludes stays that include both a Friday and a Saturday night (i.e: Thursday & Friday night bookings are available, as well as Saturday & Sunday night bookings)
– A £30.00 supplement per night per applies for Friday and Saturday night stays.
– This kgbdeal excludes stays during bank holiday weekends and the months of July and August.
Surprising fact for the day: the hot dog was actually invented in Derbyshire. But enough of that, we’re calling all Jane Eyre fans. Today’s kgbdeal is a historic one-night break for two in the heart of the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Grab your bonnet and hobnail boots and soak up the rolling hills, in the unadulterated peace, quiet and comfort of this traditional 17th century hotel and pub.
For just £89 you and your Rochester can enjoy a one-night stay for two at the Charles Cotton Hotel, including breakfast and a delicious evening meal. Treat yourself to some good food, excellent drink and a historic escape. That’s what we call a breath of fresh air!
about the Charles Cotton Hotel
Located in the quaint village of Hartington, the Charles Cotton Hotel is situated amongst some of the most beautiful walks in the Peak District and is the ideal place to base yourself for a walking or cycling holiday. The hotel has been providing food and accommodation to travellers and guests for the last two hundred and seventy five years. They offer a variety of accommodation in the main house and in the recently converted stables. All rooms are en-suite and offer LCD television, free wi-fi and tea & coffee facilities.