On the edge of the Peak District National Park, tucked away in it's own private valley, Atlow Mill is the perfect place to gather with friends and family to relax, unwind and spend quality time together. Surrounded by rolling hills, a pretty brook and secluded woodland you can reconnect with nature and disconnect from the outside world.
Relax in one of our beautifully appointed luxury holiday cottages full of character, original features and all the laid-back luxury you would expect from your ideal holiday home-away-from-home. Take a leisurely walk to the local pub for great food and proper beer, or explore the stunning Peak District National Park and all it has to offer right from your doorstep. Visit the local market towns of Ashbourne, Matlock, Bakewell or Buxton, plus famous sites such as Chatsworth House, Alton Towers, Gulliver's Kingdom or The Heights of Abraham.
Since opening, we are proud to have received over 500 reviews on Airbnb, every single one of which is 5*. We are also Airbnb Super Hosts and each of our properties consistently ranks as a 'Guest Favourite'. Here's what one recent guest had to say...
"A wonderful weekend catching up with lifelong friends in this absolutely beautiful place. Utterly serene location in the countryside. The most lovely hosts, with an incredible eye for detail. Everything, down to the condiments, logs and fireplace, toiletries and spare blankets was thoughtfully considered. Stunning building and artful décor, worthy of a Grand Designs feature. Thank you for a perfect stay!"
The Corr, Oakley & Bailey Families. Jan 24
Both Atlow Mill and Fern Cottage are perfectly located to enjoy everything the stunning Peak District has to offer. Spectacular scenery and beautiful walks are literally right on your doorstep, plus there is lots more to explore in the surrounding area including: Chatsworth House, Alton Towers, The Heights of Abraham, Gulliver's Kingdom, Peak Wildlife Park and the market towns of Ashbourne (5 miles), Wirksworth (6 miles), Matlock (12 miles), Bakewell (15 miles), and Buxton (22 miles).