Peak Retreat is an ideal venue for a small family get-together or for a group of friends. Some may wish to be active in the Peak District and some just to relax and enjoy each other's company. Here you can do both! The house has hosted several small hen parties, Grandma's 80th birthday, mountain bikers, lots of walking parties, well-dressing enthusiasts, school class reunions, nature lovers, weekend visitors to Chatsworth, Buxton Festival and even a group of university students who wished to study in serene surroundings.
The open kitchen diner has a large table that seats 9 comfortably which makes it a convivial space for relaxed dining between family and friends. The kitchen is equipped for large number catering and the dishwasher helps with the clearing up! There are lots of choices for eating and drinking in Hayfield village and you don't have to drive anywhere so the car can stay behind.
Kitchen dining room
Weekend stays are very popular. You can arrive Friday pm which means the whole weekend ahead then leave Monday morning and, (distance permitting) drive straight into work. Some leave Sunday night. Short breaks in Hayfield can recharge batteries. Weekend prices at Peak Retreat compare favourably to those of a hotel and are good for families with children.
Short break prices are charged at 70% of the full week cost and can be taken Friday to Monday (3 nights) or Monday - Friday (4 nights). Weekends are very popular but for some who work shifts and perhaps get time off during the week Peak Retreat is an ideal choice. Business workers coming to the area may like to bring their family along with them, especially in school holiday time. Peak Retreat is an inexpensive option compared to a hotel. The family can relax and enjoy Hayfield village and the glorious Peak District whilst you are on business but they can welcome you back when you finish.
Peak Retreat is also a suitable venue for small study groups where the peace and quiet will relax the mind.