Enjoy your own space in Derbyshire
Ever wanted to enjoy the space of a whole YHA hostel and have the place to yourself and your loved ones? Now you can book our Derbyshire properties exclusively, just for your group.
Get ready to make memories that will last a lifetime and experience a getaway exploring the rolling hills and quaint towns and villages with family and friends. Some of our properties allow you to holiday with your four-legged companion too. Discover our unique properties to hire in Derbyshire. We’re sure you’ll have a holiday to remember.
YHA properties to hire in Derbyshire
YHA Castleton - Mews
Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 8WB
- Sleeps up to 28 guests
- 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
- Assistance dogs only
Eyam, Derbyshire, S32 5QP
- Sleeps up to 60 guests
- 14 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
Hathersage, Derbyshire, S32 1EH
- Sleeps up to 41 guests
- 9 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
YHA National Forest
Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE12 6BD
- Sleeps up to 74 guests
- 23 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms
- Assistance dogs only
Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8SS
- Sleeps up to 67 guests
- 15 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
Near Bakewell, DE45 1UR
- Sleeps up to 42 guests
- 9 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
Why book with YHA Exclusive Hire?
Get away together
Bring your family and friends with properties for a range of group sizes
Enjoy your own space
With sole use of the property, you can come and go as you please
Young person discount
Bringing anyone under 26 years old? You'll get 5% off
Suitable for events
Perfect for birthday celebrations, anniversaries or annual trips
Best price guaranteed
Book direct for the lowest and fairest price
Cater to all tastes
Self-catering kitchen with utensils, crockery and cutlery
Things to do in Derbyshire
Discover the picturesque countryside of Derbyshire
Home to the Peak District National Park, as well as lots of pretty market towns and heaps of landmarks, Derbyshire is a county that has plenty to uncover.
Whether you want to explore the scenic countryside, wander round the quaint towns and villages, visit grand houses and gardens, tuck into fish ‘n’ chips, or experience the fun-filled family attractions, we’re sure you will have a memorable time.
There's something for all thrill seekers and families at Alton Towers, with tons of terrific (and terrifying!) rides and amazing live shows. Plus, there's CBeebies Land for the little ones.
The most important prehistoric site of the East Midlands, Arbor Low is a Neolithic henge monument atmospherically set amid high moorland. Some say that this is the finest Stone Age 'henge'
Organised by Run For All for the first time in 2018, the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon – formerly known as the Ramathon - proved to be a welcome addition to Run For All’s events calendar, attrac
Ashbourne has remained largely unchanged since the 18th century, with it's Medieval street pattern and historic buildings.
Take a trip to Bakewell and discover this charming Derbyshire Dales town. You'll find great shopping, plenty of spaces to relax and the famous Bakewell Pudding confection.
The tour starts with a short flight of steps before visitors can appreciate the awe-inspiring majesty of the natural caverns. Then as you go deeper the history of Blue John, or bleu-jaune,
Visit Britain’s newest reservoir and explore the trails through spectacular scenery. It offers a lovely day out for all the family with a children's play area, visitor centre, watersport centre
The stately home and 1000 acre park of the Duke of Devonshire.
A unique mix of indoor and outdoor experiences to keep the family entertained. Don't miss the Enchanted Forest Play area. Enjoy the great outdoors with all the family at Conkers.
A lovingly restored period village that is also home to the National Tramway Museum and its world renowned archives. Travel on one of the many working trams. Visit when there is a special
YHA Eyam is an ideal location for enjoying one of the many circular cycling routes around the lovely Peak District.
The nearby Tissington Trail winds its way gently through beautiful White Peak countryside. Take the opportunity to visit historic Tissington village with its stately home, duck-pond and tearooms.
Fly as free as a bird with paragliders and hang-gliders at Derbyshire Flying Centre in Tideswell. Visit the website
This remarkable medieval house is surrounded by Elizabethan gardens and set in the rolling countryside of the Peak District.
Surprisingly, this large outdoor public swimming pool is located in the small Derbyshire village of Hathersage.
Rising from the valley floor, the cable cars give you stunning views of the Derwent Valley and surrounding Peak District.
Kedleston Hall was designed to be different. Take a trip back to the 1760s to chart the creation of a unique house and park.
Take an off-road route down to the River Dove, there's lots of rough and ready tracks for you to enjoy.
Ideally located on the edge of the White Peak (limestone) and Dark Peak (grit-stone), there's lots of different mountain biking terrains to discover.
Travel to Carsington Water for their gently undulating eight mile off-road trail around the reservoir, or take on one of the 'Dark Peak' routes for a full day of challenging mountain biking.
The National Brewery Centre delves into the history of the legendary Bass family and the role they had in the development of brewing.
A dramatic site crammed with ancient tropical reefs, rocks and minerals, centuries of industrial history and abundant wildlife. Visit the Stone Centre website
Try horse riding, pony trekking or Trail riding through stunning Peak District scenery.
One of the best show caves around, don't miss this spectacular cavern. Take a journey below ground and discover vast limestone caverns with crystal stalactites and stalagmites. There are l
Visit an underground wonderland in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Don't miss the fossils! Visit the website
YHA Castleton Losehill Hall is in a great location where the limestone dales and grit-stone moors meet.
One of the most popular circular walks will take you down the valley into Milldale where you can visit the characterful shop/café.
There is a huge variety of walks starting from the hostel doorstep.
A circular route taking in stunning Lathkill Dale can be tailored to your walking level.
Perfect for first timers who want to get out and experience life on the water. Instructor-led lessons are available for kayaking and canoeing, so why not dive in and have a go?
The River Derwent at Matlock hosts a grade 2 rapids course, with 35 permanent slalom gates in place and floodlights for darker evenings. Contact Matlock Canoe Club for details.