Bradfield- On the edge of the city in the heart of the countryside
Peat Pits Farm Cottages - your home away from home!
Bradfield is a beautiful area on the northeastern fringes of the Peak District National Park, perfect for walkers and cyclists or those who simply want to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of an unspoilt landscape.
Peat Pits farm Cottages are two delightfully appointed and charming, single storey adjoining properties, set in the grounds of the owner's home just 1.2 miles from the beautiful tranquil village of High Bradfield and yet only 8 miles from the city of Sheffield.
1st May 2016
Lots of excitement for our local birdwatchers this month as our annual visitors to Peat Pits, the Lapwings and Golden Plovers, are joined by a couple of rather rare Dotterels.
26th February 2016
Our spring availability is limited. Book now to avoid disappointment! Remember if you book both Hawk and Curlew together you qualify for a 10% discount on Hawk Cottage.
20th January 2015
Lovely snow day here at Peat Pits Farm. We LOVE it when it snows - it is so pretty!
HAWK COTTAGE IS FINALLY HERE!
Our second cottage, the delightful 'Hawk Cottage' is now available for bookings. The cottage is perfect for a couple wanting a peaceful and romantic break away. Alternatively, why not come and visit with friends or family and book both cottages for a lovely break together. Hawk Cottage qualifies for a 10% discount if booked together with Curlew Cottage for the same dates. Take a look at the photos on the Accommodation page.
NEW NAME FOR COTTAGE 2!
Cottage 2 has got a name! We have renamed Cottage 2 Peat Pits Farm Cottages as 'Curlew Cottage', in honour of our annual visitors the lovely Curlews which, along with Lapwings, nest in the surrounding fields during spring and summer each year.
Peat Pits Farm Cottages are awarded the Peak District EQM!!
Peat Pits Farm Cottages are very proud to have been awarded the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark. The award recognises businesses which supports their local economy, works to reduce their environmental impact, plays an active role in their local community and helps conserve the Peak District National Park. For more information about the EQM visit: http://www.eqm.org.uk/peakdistrict