Borrow our baby and toddler equipment for free

Lighten your load!

Travelling with everything you need for the little ones can weigh you down – not to mention take up valuable space in the car.

At Wheeldon Trees Cottages we want to make your stay with us as relaxing as possible, which is why we have gathered together a number of baby and toddler items you might like to borrow during your visit.

It’s all completely free of charge – just let us know in advance if you would like to use any of the following during your stay:

  • Baby bath
  • Baby monitor
  • Bed guard
  • Bottle steriliser
  • Changing mat
  • Children’s cutlery
  • Hand blender
  • High chair
  • Maclaren Quest Pushchair
  • Night light
  • Plastic plates
  • Plastic cups
  • Stair gate
  • Travel cot
  • Waterproof mattress protector for single bed
  • Infant back carrier (Vaude Jolly)
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Say hello to Sheldon Cottage. A perfect Peak District hideaway with two super-king bedrooms, open-plan living, the highest of thread counts, the fluffiest cloud-like towels and delicious White Company toiletries. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful. I will definitely have to visit x

What a beautiful place. We loved staying here. Everything was of such a high standard x

Used to have a lovely electric recliner chair 👍

Stayed in Sheldon with our friends one of whom is a wheelchair user. Just amazing - fantastic quality and had a fab New Year ❤️

Take your own towels - non absorbing

Cath Wilde 😍

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Exciting day at Wheeldon Trees as we took delivery of the frame for our brand new office. Not sure there is a more perfect spot for an office anywhere in the rest of England? ... See MoreSee Less

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Ooh are we sharing this office space?? 😁x

Can't wait to come and stay again. Are you still offering the 15% discount for returning guests?


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