Ideal Self Catering Accommodation in Chapel-en-le-Frith on or near the The Pennine Way route
You are here:    TouristNet UK  >  Activity Holidays >  Walking Holidays  >   England  >  The Pennine Way >  Self-Catering > Chapel-en-le-Frith
The Pennine Way Map


Self Catering Accommodation for walkers on The Pennine Way.

The towns shown on the left are in the same order as they appear on the Route page. Select the one in which you would like to find Self Catering accommodation in cottages, apartments, lodges, static mobile homes, etc.

A typical Peak District habitation, this pleasant town lies just a few miles from Kinder Scout, the highest point in The Peak, and derives its name from a local word meaning ‘sparse woodland’. Memorably, its market square is cobbled and still has a cross and stocks

Trying to find Self-catering accommodation in Chapel-en-le-Frith?

spacer image spacer image spacer image spacer image spacer image
Peak District cottage, CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH 

Peak District cottage

Combs near Chapel en le Frith

Ref: 1487     Booking Hotline: +44(0) 1244 357705

Just eight miles from Buxton and set within the heart to the village of Combs is this delightful property – a wing of the owner's 19th Century stone-built farmhouse. The farm on which the property is set is still a working one, and the cottage provides bright and sunny accommodation whilst still retaining many original features that add to its character including a stone floored kitchen and an inviting open fire.

With views across the rolling hillside and a pretty, well established garden, this property is ideal for either a small family or two couples looking to enjoy the picturesque beauty of the Peak District. ...more info


£192 to 376

Sleeps: 4

Sykes Cottages

More information or book Peak District cottage, CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH online


advertise your self catering property on touristnet uk

Walking Boots Trekking Poles Rucksacks Sunglasses compass Pedometer Cameras Water Bottles Sat Nav Shopping for Walking Holidays Banner

Support XH558, the world's only flying Vulcan