Places to stay in Kinder, Edale and the Dark Peak

Gable end view of stone building with valley view in background

Bunk up in one of our bunkhouses, perfect for large groups looking to get away from it all. Take a look at other places to stay in the Dark Peak.

Dalehead bunkhouse

Dalehead Bunkhouse in Edale Valley sleeps up to 20 people over three dorms. Recently refurbished and with no public roads and only one building nearby, it is a lovely and secluded place to visit.
The living room benefits from large sofas and a cosy woodburner that runs the heating. There is also a large dining room with solid oak tables and chairs to seat 20 as well as a couple more sofas.
At the back of Dalehead there is a picnic area with benches and a brick built BBQ, perfect for summer. A stream runs behind and there are plenty of footpaths around so you can go walking straight from the accommodation without having to drive anywhere.
To enquire about availability call 0344 335 1296.

Ilam bunkhouse

We also have a bunkhouse in Ilam, near Ashbourne that sleeps 16 people. The bunkhouse is located in the stableblock of Ilam Hall and has been recently refurbished.
Ilam is near to Dovedale stepping stones and the Manifold Valley. 
Pitch Up
Upper Booth Campsite is situated on the working farm of one of our tenants. The site nestles in the western end of Edale alongside Crowden Brook as it tumbles down from the Kinder plateau. 
Fieldhead Campsite is situated in Edale, a picturesque village at the start of the Pennine Way. Tent pitches are spread over six fields and the site is owned by the Peak District National Park Authority.

Bed and Breakfast in Castleton

A warm welcome awaits you at Dunscar Farm, our family run farmhouse in the heart of Derbyshire's beautiful Peak District.
We are situated on the outskirts of Castleton in the Hope Valley, at the foot of Mam Tor. 

Residential volunteer groups

We offer a lower rate for non profit groups who do volunteer work with us, such as scouts or schools. Please call 01433 670911 for more information. 

Camping Barns


Youth Hostels


While you're here

There's so much for you to see and do on your visit. If you have children, why not get some of the 50 things to do before you're 11¾ ticked off their lists? You could join us on a walk, download one of our trails or come along to one of our events.