Holiday cottages sleeping 2 to 28 with a hot tub and party barn for large group celebrations near Dovedale
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Lower Damgate Farm, Ilam, Derbyshire, sleeps 2 - 28 in 14 bedrooms.
Come and stay on the farm and feed the Alpacas and Goats at Dovedale Animal Sanctuary with your family and friends in the Peak District National Park. Lower Damgate Farm is a warm and welcoming destination for families and reunions. The Courtyard (Hope's Hideaway, Bremen's Barn & Reuben's Roost) are spacious and full of character with exposed beams, 22 acres of grounds. Winner of Best Farm Holiday Accommodation 2021. Stunning walks straight from the door. Feed the alpacas & goats, collect eggs.
25% of all Bookings at Lower Damgate Farm goes to support Dovedale Animal Sanctuary.
Lower Damgate Farm is situated near Dovedale in the Peak District National Park. Nestled between the Rivers of Dovedale and the Manifold Rivers, the farm has far reaching views and stunning walks straight from the door and is placed in a wonderful setting for you to get together with friends and loved ones. Whether you are staying for a short break, long weekend, longer stay or business group or wedding, you will find the ambience of the farm perfect for any occasion.
We specialise in large groups and family gatherings, birthday celebrations, reunions or we can host your wedding or business workshop. Whatever your occasion you will find the natural setting of the farm a perfect place to relax and enjoy time away together.
Our ethos in life is that ‘nothing is a problem’ and though we are only a small family business we take pride in what we have created over the last 20 years and it gives us great pleasure to be able to share it with you.
Lower Damgate Farm is also home to Dovedale Animal Sanctuary which was founded in 1996 . Over the years the Sanctuary has grown and is now home to many animals with a ménage of alpacas, goats, horses, sheep, geese ducks and chickens. Guests are welcome to visit and meet the animals and often join us at feeding time or go and collect eggs from the hen house for breakfast!