This historic 400 year old cottage in Eyam, a pretty and quintessential Derbyshire Dales village, set in the Heart of the Peak District National Park, has been thoughtfully refurbished and decorated. It retains most of its original features, whilst also providing a contemporary and comfortable feel.
Located on a quiet village street with neighbouring tearooms and welcoming pubs, this quaint cottage offers an ideal family base in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Ideally sleeping four guests and one dog, this self-catering accommodation promises to provide an undisturbed stay in the delightful Heart of England. Pack up bikes, walking boots and plenty of outerwear to explore the area in full, venturing into the Derbyshire Dales or exploring walks along the banks of the River Derwent.
On arrival, you’re instantly met with a pretty courtyard with a bistro set and flowers, the perfect introduction to this chocolate-box cottage. Step inside and feel instantly at home in the lounge/diner where low ceilings with wooden beams meet traditional and cheerful decor. Whether your visit is met with rain or shine, this property offers an abundance of space in which to unwind together. The lounge is made inviting thanks to the warm glow of the wood burner, a delight to behold after sitting down to a home-cooked meal. Alternatively, in the summer months, the garden to the rear is a lovely space with a lawn, flower beds and a place to sit with a drink.
Along with plenty of walking opportunities close by, this property offers a great position for exploring nearby National Trust locations. The Longshaw Estate is 5 miles away and is a great place to park up and explore the woodlands. Keep a close eye out for wild red deer and much more amongst the greenery. You’ll also find the world-famous Chatsworth House just 6.5 miles from home. Once the filming location for the blockbuster Pride and Prejudice, this grand property boasts exhibitions and tours along with mature gardens and a farmyard for children.