Five Wells Barn

Five Wells Barn now available- Booking and availability at the foot of this page

Almost 1400ft (427M) above sea level, perfectly situated for magnificent views and the most incredible skies.

Beautiful accommodation which includes all bed linen and towels along with luxurious underfloor heating in the living area as well as a logburner.  Wifi is also available.  The cottage is equidistant from the towns of Buxton and Bakewell (6 miles).  Ideal for the farm experience.Our lambing season is usually from the 14th March to mid April each year-so,book then if you want to have a truly genuine experience.

Following recent feedback from our visitors,we have now updated the TV to a 38 inch version with Smart facilities.

Cycling, riding and walking.  Adjacent to the Pennine Bridleway and Limestone Way.

Five Wells Farm is a very special place having panoramic views over the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. It lies high above the village of Chelmorton to the west and the historic village of Taddington to the east, with the Pennine Bridleway and the Limestone Way running along the perimeters of the farm.

The Hambleton family welcome you to their smallholding alongside a fully working dairy farm, allowing countryside lovers of all kinds to enjoy the beautiful Peak District. Come and see the countryside alive. If you are lucky enough to visit in March,you will see and feel what lambing sheep is really all about! It will be your very own lambing live experience.

See below the comments of one of our recent visitors and check out the latest fantastic blog we received at:

“Myself and my partner decided last minute to head to the Peaks for a week. We phoned Caroline and Mark (the owners) and they were able to accommodate us right at the last minute. The accommodation was spotless with a high spec throughout (the power shower was a particular favourite). The highlight was most definitely the glorious views over the Peak countryside. This coupled with the quiet and entertainment of having the farm’s sheep come right up to the floor to ceiling living room window (better than watching tele!).