Welcome to Peveril House
Located in the centre of Castleton, Peveril house has been the centerpiece of the village since its construction in 1768.
Following a comprehensive restoration of the main house and coach house we are now pleased to open our doors for visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of this historic house and our service.
On site Car parking is provided at the property.
Castleton is a honeypot village set in the Peak District National Park famous for its Blue John caverns and for the stunning surrounding countryside.
It’s a outdoor haven for walkers, hikers and cyclists and for those that would like to enjoy this beautiful open countryside with spectacular scenery.
High above the village sits Peveril Castle, built in 1086 for William of Peverel (a favoured knight of William the conquerer) we are pleased to share the association.
The beauty of Castleton
Castleton is a village in the High Peak district of Derbyshire, England. The village lies within the Peak District at the western end of the Hope Valley on the Peakshole Water, a tributary of the River Noe. The village is situated between the areas known as the Dark Peak (to the north) and the White Peak (to the south).
Castleton village was mentioned as Pechesers in Domesday Book in 1086 where “Arnbiorn and Hundingr held the land of William Peverel’s castle in Castleton”. This land and Peverel’s castle were amongst the manors belonging to William Peverel that also included Bolsover and Glapwell.
The Coach House, Hayloft and Bed & Breakfast
Choose from a variety of sizes and styles.
Pets welcome (£10 per pet per stay) in The Coach House and The Hayloft.