Fabulous Holiday Cottages and Bunkhouses

Ollerbrook Farm is home to two beautiful holiday cottages and two fabulous bunkhouses, in the heart of the Edale Valley, with excellent access to Kinder Scout, Edale, Mam Tor and Castleton, and right at the start of the Pennine Way! The cottages are adjoined, each sleeping 4 people, making them ideal for couples and families wishing to travel together. The bunkhouses each sleep 14 and 18 guests in comfortable beds, and can either be reserved individually (for groups of 6 more) or booked as a whole – perfect for groups of friends and larger walking or cycling groups, all of whom will absolutely love this idyllic walking and cycling location!

Situated on a working farm in Grindsbrook Booth on the edge of the village of Edale, the grade two listed cottages at Ollerbrook Farm are full of character and charm, with lots of original and welcoming features, including timber beams and wood burning stoves. Likewise, the 18th Century converted barns retain original features, and have been superbly renovated to create comfortable, spacious and affordable bunkhouse accommodation. Ollerbrook Farm’s secluded location offers peace and tranquility, with breathtaking views towards Kinder and Edale, yet they’re just a stone’s throw to Edale itself with two fabulous village pubs, two delightful cafés and a handy village shop.

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Ollerbrook Farm Cottages – Jim’s and Mary’s

Jim’s Cottage and Mary’s Cottage at Ollerbrook Farm are wonderful bases in which to explore this beautiful area, with windows all around to take in the glorious views of the garden and surrounding hills. Each of the cottages sleep 4 people and are next door to each other, so they’re ideal for families wishing to travel together but with their own bit of space.

On the ground floor in each cottage you’ll find an open plan kitchen diner, with all essential appliances, including oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, making for a real home-from-home stay! There is also a cosy lounge with a television with DVD player and inviting wood-burning stoves; just perfect for snuggling down to relax after a day exploring the surrounding hills.

Upstairs in each cottage you’ll find a double bedroom and a twin room, all of which have a lovely country feel, with picture windows framing those amazing views. On the first floor there is also a family bathroom with bath and over shower.

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Outside there’s a pretty garden with lovely seating and a BBQ, which is a must on a sunny evening to take in the ambiance of the peaceful surroundings! For the cyclists, there is also handy bike storage, and for the walkers there is a convenient footpath right from the garden gate which leads directly to Edale where you have a network of stunning footpaths right at your feet, just waiting for you to explore!

WiFi is also available, however, due to the remote location, the quality cannot always be guaranteed. These are pet free properties.

Ollebrook Farm Bunkhouses – The Stables and Nabs View

There are two fabulous bunkhouses at Ollerbrook Farm, where beds can be booked in groups of 6, or sole occupancy the whole bunkhouse.

  • Stables Bunkhouse – Sleeps 14 people, in three rooms each sleeping 4 and one room sleeping 2, all of which are on the first floor, together with three clean, hot showers.
  • Nabs View Bunkhouse – Sleeps 18 people, in three ground floor rooms each sleeping 6, with five modern, hot showers.
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Both the bunkhouses at Ollerbrook Farm provide warm, simple accommodation with all essentials. The affordable prices mean that they’re great for larger groups of walkers or cyclists, or smaller groups of 6 simply looking for a cosy bed for the night, or even for campers who have been rained off and are looking for somewhere dry to stay! With full central heating, you’re sure to be warm and cosy here, and have somewhere to dry your coats and boots.

Each of the Ollerbrook Farm Bunkhouses has excellent kitchen facilities to suit larger groups, including double ovens, fridge/freezers, microwaves, toasters, kettles, together with essential pots, pans and crockery. There is also plenty of dining space to seat everyone, perfect for gathering for a hearty breakfast before heading out or for enjoying a meal together at the end of the day. Please note, the living space at The Stables is on the ground floor, whilst at Nabs View the living space is on the first floor, simply to make the most of that view!

Each bed has a comfortable mattress, fitted sheets, pillows and pillowcases, so all you need to bring is your sleeping bag or duvet and you’ll be sure of a warm, cosy night’s sleep. There are three separate showers at Stables Bunkhouse and five at Nabs View. Just remember to bring your towel! There are separate facilities at both bunkhouses, so each are suitable for mixed parties.

Outside there is plenty of bike storage and fabulous seating areas with views over the surrounding countryside. There are also BBQs, perfect for relaxing on a sunny day and ideal for Duke of Edinburgh groups who need to rustle up their own food outdoors. Camping can also be arranged for Duke of Edinburgh groups on request.

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The accommodation on offer at Ollerbrook Farm is great and the location is simply excellent! Whether you’re a keen hiker, a passionate biker, or just looking for a base to enjoy the stunning Edale Valley at your leisure, then Ollerbrook Farm is perfect!

Located in Grindsbrook Booth on the very edge of Edale, it’s the perfect base to explore the hills, valleys, moors, pretty villages, and bustling towns that the Peak District National Park has to offer and is even at the starting point of the famous long distance footpath to Scotland, the Pennine Way. Both the cottages and bunkhouses are just a five-minute stroll into the popular village of Edale where you’ll find two fabulous country pubs serving food, two lovely tea rooms, and a handy village shop, not to mention footpaths galore, making Edale so popular with walkers!

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The 7.5-mile circular route from Edale to Mam Tor is a little challenging but offers spectacular views along the way. Or you can enjoy parts of the Pennine Way right from its starting point in Edale, over towards the picturesque landmark of Jacob’s Ladder, and on to the magnificent Kinder Scout, the highest point in the Peak District, with the most breathtaking views!

The nearby village of Castleton is a pleasant walk away and offers a great selection of pubs and cafes, as well as wonderful show caves which are all open to the public. Whereas, the historic towns of Bakewell and Buxton are just a short drive away, ideal for those rainy days when you’d sooner spend the day browsing the shops, enjoying a pint, or a comforting slice of cake.

Winnats Pass is breathtaking – in more ways than one! This steep, winding road runs through a stunning limestone gorge between Hope and Castleton and is one of the most famous cycling routes in the Peak District National Park. Just a short drive or cycle from Ollerbrook Farm, Winnats Pass is also a popular route for walkers and photographers.

Quite simply, the cottages and bunkhouses at Ollerbrook Farm are just perfect for couples and groups wishing to enjoy everything that this stunning area of the Edale Valley has to offer, and at affordable prices too!

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Contact Ollerbrook Farm

For more information, or to book the cottage or bunkhouses, contact Ollerbrook Farm who will be delighted to help.