Cheshire Mews

Cheshire Mews

Cheshire Mews comprises four beautiful holiday units in the picturesque village of Castleton, right in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. 

These stone-built properties have been renovated to a high standard, offering perfect holiday accommodation in this stunning location.


Cheshire Mews Accommodation

Cheshire Mews

Each Cheshire Mews unit sleeps 2 people.  The rooms are spacious, containing a comfortable double bed, an en-suite shower room and WC, a TV, desk, and tea/coffee facilities.  All have great views to the surrounding hills. 

Each unit has its own private and secure off-road parking space. 

At Cheshire Mews you have the flexibility to book on a room-only basis, allowing you to sample breakfast at one of the many independent cafés and restaurants in Castleton, or on a Bed & Breakfast basis, with meals taken at the lovely Cheshire Cheese Inn just over the road. 

Sorry, but there are no cooking facilities in the holiday units. 

Children and pets may be accommodated in Cheshire Mews by arrangement – please contact us for more details. 


Cheshire Mews Location

Castleton is a lively, popular Peak District village … and deservedly so.  There’s so much to do here that you might choose never to venture further afield!  The quaint village centre is full of independent shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs, clustered along twisting lanes and around an ancient market square. 

Peveril Castle Cheshire Mews

Overlooking the village to one side are the dramatic hills of Mam Tor, the Great Ridge and Lose Hill.  There are wonderful walks around the area, offering some of the very best views in the whole Peak District, if not the country.  To the other side, the romantic ruins of Peveril Castle tower up against the skyline.  This ancient castle, built in 1176, is one of England’s earliest Norman fortresses. 

And if stunning scenery, a pretty village centre and an ancient ruined castle aren’t enough, Castleton has no less than four spectacular show caverns to explore!  Some of these are home to the rare mineral Blue John, which is unique to this part of the Peak District.  Many of the shops in Castleton sell jewellery crafted from the beautiful blue and yellow or white stone.

If you do decide to explore the wider area, you’ll find yourself within easy reach of the elegant spa town of Buxton, with its graceful Georgian architecture and renowned opera house.  In the other direction, it’s only a short drive to the historic market town of Bakewell, and the grand country estates of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.