Peak District Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Peak District is England’s first national park and is no doubt one of the most popular glamping destinations. The region’s mountainous area and vast moorlands create the ultimate escape for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. And to make holidays even better, nearby villages and towns are full of luxury accommodations that mix the amenities of traditional camping and upscale holidays. From weekend breaks to summer stays, you’ll never want for more with your next glamping adventure. Check out these glamping lodges with hot tubs in the heart of the Peak District!

Peak District Best Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Looking for the best glamping home? Peak District has plenty of self-catering lodges and log cabins that can fit every glamper’s dream. Couples in need of a romantic getaway will love the collection’s modern cottages set in semi-remote locations. Furry guests will also feel right at home thanks to select properties with pet-friendly indoor spaces and gardens. And if you feel like practising your angling skills, there are also fishing lodges with private swims and lakeside views. Book your next glamping break with these luxury lodges in the Peak District!

  • Quarry Walk Lodges
    Quarry Walk Lodges
    Freehay, Stoke-on-Trent
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Contemporary log cabin with luxury furnishings. Gazebo hot tub surrounded by acres of deep woodlands. Nestled among walking trails and diverse wildlife.

  • Primrose Lodge
    Primrose Lodge
    Peak District
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Luxury cabin with modern interiors and six-seater hot tub. Open-plan lounge and dining areas. Located on the edge of popular fishing lake.

  • Woodpecker At Manor View
    Woodpecker At Manor View
    Oakerthorpe (1ml SE), Peak District
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday lodge overlooking rolling fields. Beautiful interiors with charming touches. Close to the romantic ruins of an old manor home.

  • Kingfisher At Manor View
    Kingfisher At Manor View
    Oakerthorpe (1ml SE), Peak District
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Romantic retreat for couples. Luxurious design with elegant fixtures. Less than a mile away from local pubs and restaurants.

  • Oh Deer
    Oh Deer
    Ashbourne, Derbyshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday pod with woodland-themed furnishings. Includes log-fired hot tub and bicycle storage. Only a stone’s throw away from the market town of Ashbourne.

  • High Grounds Shepherd's Hut
    High Grounds Shepherd’s Hut
    Ashbourne, Derbyshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Rustic shepherd’s hut set in Boylestone. Gravelled patio with sun loungers and hot tub. Property located on owner’s working farm.

  • Rivendale’s Luxury TreehouseDog Friendly
    Rivendale’s Luxury Treehouse
    Derbyshire Dales District
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Unique treehouse accommodation for couples. Studio layout with exposed beams and spacious deck. Offers uninterrupted views of Peak District countryside.

  • Cozy Couples GlampingDog Friendly
    Cozy Couples Glamping
    High Peak, Hope Valley
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Fully-equipped campground for couples. Fresh food items available upon request. Less than an hour away from the village of Edale.

  • Brambles Farm Peak District Lodge
    Brambles Farm Peak District Lodge
    Onecote, Leek
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Luxury lodge with modern kitchen and snug bedroom. Ideal base for couples or small families. Near the market town of Leek.

  • The Labarnum Retreat
    The Labarnum Retreat
    Upper Hulme, Leek
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Charming shepherd hut within the village of Upper Hulme. Sunny patio with deck, furnishings, and BBQ grill. Perfect base for couples on romantic retreats.

  • Ruby's Retreat
    Ruby’s Retreat
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Single-storey lodge with off-road parking for two cars. Garden with decking, gravelled area, and hot tub. Near the historic hillside market town of Leek.

  • The Lazy Mare
    The Lazy Mare
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio-style accommodation ideal for romantic boltholes. Beautiful furnished deck with BBQ and hot tub. Access to the surrounding countryside and reservoir.


Things To Do On Your Hot Tub Glamping Break

Peak District National Park is a haven for holidaymakers and adventurers alike. The region’s woodlands make the perfect setting for walking trails and cycling routes. Hikers are also in for a treat thanks to the area’s numerous hillsides and viewpoints. Whether you’re looking for a quiet afternoon by the lake or an adrenaline-pumping hike to the highest peak, you’ll never run out of fun activities to do. Here are more exciting ideas on how to make your glamping trip in the Peak District even more memorable:

Explore the rugged formation and landscapes of Stanage Edge.

Stanage Edge is a famous gritstone rock formation that’s frequented by walkers and rock climbers. Located on a rugged hilltop, the area is decorated with large boulders, moss-covered rocks, and panoramic vistas. The dramatic landscape was even featured in the 2005 period film, Pride and Prejudice. If you want to take advantage of the sights, it’s highly recommended to take the circular walking route in Hathersage. The trail spans over six miles and lasts for up to four hours, taking you across the location’s most picturesque spots.

Go on a walk along the railway line known as Monsal Trail.

Monsal Trail is a scenic walking trail that runs for over eight miles. The route was once used by the Midland Railway but now serves as a traffic-free path for walkers, cyclists, and horse riders. A large portion of the footpath is paved, so wheelchair users are more than welcome to enjoy the scenery. Along the way, you’ll encounter several landmarks including Monsal Head and the Headstone Viaduct. The trail is also close to numerous pubs and restaurants where you can do a pit stop when you feel hungry.

Spend an afternoon picnic on the grounds of the Pavilion Gardens.

The Pavilion Gardens is an excellent glamping escape that’s located in the centre of Buxton. Featuring acres of landscaped grounds, the parkland boasts magnificent qualities of a traditional Victorian garden. There are also Grade II listed buildings that can give visitors a slice of history. Families also enjoy the park’s tea room and arcade where they can enjoy a delicious break or go shopping for souvenirs. And thanks to its extensive grounds, the gardens are popular venues for outdoor festivals and concerts. Make sure to check the calendar if you want to catch the shows!

Enjoy the region’s iconic views from the trails of Mam Tor.

Mam Tor is one of the most popular walking trails located in the village of Castleton in Derbyshire. The hillside’s name means “Mother Hill,” directly referencing the smaller hills as its “children.” Starting at a car park in Castleton, visitors are expected to trek the footpath leading to several viewpoints. The trail stretches for at least three miles and its difficulty varies throughout the journey. However, the challenge is definitely worth it. When you reach the summit, you’ll be rewarded with outstanding vistas of the Edale Valley and the neighbouring peak of Kinder Scout.

Experience an adventure on the famous site of Chatsworth House.

Chatsworth House is a grand manor found on the edges of Bakewell in the county of Derbyshire. The estate is world-famous and you might even recognise its exteriors from several period films and shows. While it’s still considered a private residence, some parts of the home and the grounds are open to the public. Guests are welcome to tour the admirable art collection displayed in its historical halls. You can also visit the onsite maze, manicured gardens, and busy tearoom. They also have a gift shop where you can buy souvenirs from your trip.

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