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Welcome to Miller's Dale bunk room in the Peak District National Park.

The bunk room is within our 18th century cottage and offers the perfect budget getaway for a night or two. Offering 2 adult sized bunk beds, so 4 beds in total, guests are able to book a single bed or sole occupancy.

Up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome so long as the bunk room is booked for sole occupancy.

The bunk room has it's own shower room, as well as free parking.

We have a great real ale pub just 3 minutes walk away . . . so what's stopping you?

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2 bunk beds in one room.

Each bunk is adult sized, with a comfortable mattress, fitted brushed cotton sheet, duvet cover and pillow with brushed cotton pillowcase. You'll need to bring your own towel for showering as these are not provided.

A privacy curtain means that the room can be separated if required.

Each bed has it's own reading light and individual lockers are available for things you want to keep secure during your visit.

The bunk room has a first aid kit and a smoke detector.

Bunk room facilities

The bunk room has a kettle and tea, coffee and sugar are provided. There is also a fridge to store foodie items you might bring with you. 


Please note there are no cooking facilities but there are a lot of foodstuffs that just require boiling water. Guests often bring instant porridge, soups and instant noodles with them. 

The bunk room has wifi, but as this is an old house with very thick walls and situated in a valley, the signal can be patchy.

We have a selection of board games and books and maps that guests are welcome to use.

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Wash and brush up

The bunk room has its own shower room, with an electric shower, macerator loo and basin. A bath mat and hand towel are provided.

There is underfloor heating and a drying rack to hang up soggy clothing.

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What's available locally?

The bunk room is situated in beautiful Miller's Dale, with easy access to The Monsal Trail, Limestone Way and Chee Dale. 

Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell and Eyam plague village are all a short drive away, but with so many beautiful walks from the house, you may decide to leave the car and explore the area on foot.

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