Because of the national lockdown announced today, we are required to stay closed.  Somewhere over a rainbow, when the infections are way down low, we will be allowed to re-open and we then look forward to welcoming you to Goosehill Hall Holiday Cottages.  Until then, stay safe.

John and Helen Whitfield  4th January 2021

Goosehill Hall is a renovated listed 17th century small manor house in Castleton.  The old farm buildings in the grounds of the Hall have been renovated to provide quality holiday accommodation.   Surrounded by fields and with views towards Mam Tor, the Great Ridge and Winnats Pass, the cottages have dedicated on-site parking and are only a short walk from the village.  Each cottage sits on one side of the old farmyard - two cottages can each accommodate four people, the other two cottages each accommodate six people.  

Castleton is famous for its caves and its castle.  It also boasts a variety of pubs and coffee shops.  There are a range of outdoor activities nearby; many walks could start on your doorstep.  Further afield, Chatsworth House is one of the many attractions within easy reach.

The Cottages


  • The Barn

  • The Stables

  • The Coach House

  • The Gardener's Cottage

About Goosehill Hall


  • The History of Goosehill Hall

  • The Renovation Project

  • A Sustainable Building


Contact details 


  • Directions to Goosehill Hall

  • Your travel options

  • Email and telephone details

  • Enquiry form

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Photographs (mainly) by Tom Hodgson Ltd.

Goosehill Hall Holiday Cottages, Buxton Road, Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, England.  S33 8WP.   +44 (0)144 623913

Peveril Castle perched on high