Hidden amongst country lanes and glorious rural countryside you will find Peak Glamping Hideaway - a small luxury glamping site and a rustic self catering farmhouse that lie adjacent to each other enjoying delightful views of the Dove Valley. New Colshaw Farmhouse is detached cottage set amongst spectacular scenery in a highly regarded location near the village of Hollinsclough, close to the Spa town of Buxton. This attractive cottage is the perfect base for those who love to explore the great outdoors and adventures in the surrounding peaks. A network of packhorse bridges and further a field more popular walks and cycle trails such as Dovedale and The Old Maniford Trail await your discovery. Many historic houses and stately homes are also close by; during a visit to the idyllic market town of Bakewell why not explore The glorious Chatsworth House or Haddon Hall; the medival house used in the filming of ' Jane Eyre'. A further car journey will see you to Lyme Park, Calke Abbey or Kedleston Hall. The Spa town of Buxton is a short car distance from the farmhouse, where you are never short of things to do; Opera house shows, Go Karting, Underground Caverns and the Pavillion Gardens just to name a few. Other local attractions include Alton Towers Theme Park, The Chestnut Wildlife Centre, The Heights of Abaham ( Matlock) and Trekking Centres. After discovering the thrills of the Peak District guests can return to the cottage, relax infront of the open coal/ log fire, or enjoy the summer nights out in the garden listening the the birds sing, and gentle sound of the river dove in the valley below. Local country pubs provide good quality traditional food and ales, nearby pubs include The Knights Table, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese and The Staffordshire Knot.
Farmhouse in Buxton, Peak District, Derbyshire, England With Views All Round Of The Rolling Hills And Valleys Of Derbyshire
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 17, 2019
About John Belfield
Hi we are John and Pam Belfield. Johns family have owned New Colshaw Farmhouse for generations and we enjoy welcoming guests to explore this lovely part of the Peak District.
John Belfield purchased this Farmhouse in 1957
Check-in: 1:30 PM
Check-out: 9:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
We loved this little cottage
We stayed here for a few days in January, with our 1 year-old. It was freezing out but the house was fairly warm, the open fire really helped. There was plenty of fuel which we made use of and the bedrooms were very comfortable.
Our little boy loved going out to see the cows across the field and there are lots of activities within driving distance.
The location was good. A short drive to Buxton. A pub and a shop just a up the road although it’s not an easy walk with little ones.
I would recommend this as a good base for a break in the Peak District.
Thanks for your review Nathan, so pleased you enjoyed your wintery stay! You are welcome back anytime.
A gorgeous escape from the city
John's place is a cosy little farmhouse with beautiful views of rolling hills. We had a lovely stay here going for walks in the peak district, visiting Chatsworth house, and snuggling up by the fire in the evenings. It had everything we wanted except perhaps a few DVDs and a few useful cooking basics like olive oil and enough tea and coffee for all of us. But the kitchen was very well stocked in terms of cutlery, pans, plates etc. Our check in was really nice, friendly people showed us around the farm and meeting the local horses. A really relaxing weekend in an authentic, well kept farmhouse, thank you!
Fantastic weekend with friends
The little cottage was absolutely perfect for us. It had everything we needed and was just wonderful. Plenty of parking for 3 cars coming from all over the country. I can not stress enough how this place really is in the middle of nowhere, which is exactly what we wanted! So peaceful. Incredible views.
Tiffany was super helpful in showing us around, giving us lots of tips and advice, and we really want to thank her so much!
Amazing place surrounded by wonderful views
Perfect place for a base when visiting Alton Towers. Owners very welcoming even though we arrive very late on the Friday night they still were there to show us in and around the property. Shame we didn't spend more time at the actual house but we will definately be booking again if we are in the area, just a shame they do not allow well behaved dogs as it would be a great family holiday for us as well if we could bring the dogs as well as the children.
Away from it all
A lovely stone cottage set in stunning countryside with far reaching views. Well kept and clean with plenty of fuel provided for the open fire, all the utensils you will need in the kitchen. Both bedrooms are beautifully decorated and the towels provided are pleasantly soft. The claw foot is just calling you to relax in the bubbles with a glass in hand ! Outside you will be greeted by Dolly the donkey, Zara and her daughter Flicka so remember to take plenty of carrots and apples with you as they are very demanding although very friendly too. All in all a really good rental house for getting away from it all with lots of walks nearby. The Knights Table pub (around a mile) serves good food too.
Thank you so much for your lovely review! We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay here and hope you visit again soon ( We're sure Flicka, Zara, and Dolly would be happy to see you too!!)
John and Pam Belfield.
Lovely home away from home
Had a lovely couple of days break here, had a great stay, the house is really nice, clean and well looked after. We arrived in the dark and the fire had been lit and a bottle of mulled wine left for us. The kitchen had all the utensils, pots and pans you could need. We were left plenty fuel to keep the fire going to be extra cosy. The pub up the road was closed on the monday and tuesday so we went a bit further along the road for a lovely meal.
Thank you for taking the time to write such a kind review. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay in our farmhouse and hope to welcome you back to the lovely Peak District soon!
John and Pam Belfield.
Spa town of Buxton 5 miles. Pretty market town of Bakewell 13 miles. Alton towers theme park 15 miles. Chatsworth house approx 17 miles. Market town of Ashbourne 17 miles. Dovedale 14 miles.
Local pubs include the Knights Table, 1 mile. Flash bar stores and coffee shop, 1 mile. Cobbled village of Longnor, 4 miles. Flash riding and trekking centre, 1 mile. Blue John mines at Castleton, 18 miles.
Booking Notes: A 25% non refundable deposit is required on booking, with the balance due 1 month before arrival. Changeover day is usually Saturday, Arrival after 2 pm. Departure 10am at the latest please. Short breaks also available, we will try our best to be as flexible as possible so please get in touch. We expect the farmhouse to be left in the same condition as when you arrived, any damages must be declared and payed for.