A warm welcome awaits you at Ollerbrook Farm Cottages and Bunkhouse.

Nestled under Grindsbrook Booth and surrounded by stunning countryside, our cottages offer an excellent base for a relaxing holiday in a beautiful and tranquil environment.

The cottages are a short distance from Ollerbrook Farm, a working hill farm run by our family and dating back to the 16th Century.  The pretty village of Edale is only short walk away, with a range of amenities: two pubs serving food, a general store and two village cafes. The railway station has regular trains to Sheffield and Manchester.

The historic Pennine Way starts in the village, and with a network of footpaths from the front door, there is no need to move your car.

We have two self-catering cottages, Jim’s Cottage and Mary’s Cottage.  Both sleep 4, although Jim’s Cottage can accommodate an extra person on a day bed in the main bedroom.  These two lovely cottages are on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth (Edale village) and handy for the village facilities including Nag’s head.

The Cottages offer spacious, well appointed accommodation for couples and families.  The cottages are owner managed, we live on site and are committed to providing our guests with 100% satisfaction.

In addition we have two self-catering bunk barns beautifully converted from traditional stone farm buildings.  The Stables Bunkhouse can sleep up to 16, whilst Nab View can sleep a maximum of 18.

Duke of Edinburgh groups welcome

The Barns make ideal bases for Duke of Edinburgh groups involved in expeditions in the Edale and Hope Valleys.  There are separate facilities for mixed parties. Duke of Edinburgh groups can also,  by arrangement, camp at Ollerbrook Farm. 

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