From mountain sides to valley bottoms, discover the best glamping sites in the Peak District.
When we think about glamping in the Peak District it's fair to say we hit peak excitement! If you prefer a little more protection against the changeable elements of these green lands, a glamping holiday in the Peak District might tick your boxes. You can still have the outdoor experience but without all the extra faff, and that's where we at Hipcamp come in. We've been out and about in the Peak District to bring you the best pre-pitched accommodation, from basic bell tents that give the feel of classic camping (with none of the hassle) to ultra-luxurious yurts and cabins where you can rest your tired legs in a soothing hot tub.
Bell tents are very popular, while yurts also serve as luxury getaways (think king-sized beds, hot tubs, and wood-burning stoves). There are plenty of more sturdy year-round structures too, and even in the dead of winter, you'll find cosy places to go glamping in the peaks. Insulated pods are an excellent option in cooler months (some are en-suite so you needn't even walk to the lav), while shepherd's huts are perhaps the most romantic option. Nothing beats warming around a wood-burner and looking out the window to the mountains beyond. Shepherd's huts have a real connection to the countryside, and the Peak District also houses multi-storey treehouses, converted shipping containers, refurbished gypsy caravans, and old railway carriages. With glamping, you can turn up in the hills—without all your kit and clobber—and enjoy a fabulous night outdoors.