Take time to relax here in a peaceful environment. The open-plan living is comfortable and complimented with stone floors and oak beamed ceilings with the gorgeous Peak District countryside all around you.
Retreat to this fabulous, barn-style property for two, set in the tranquil hamlet of Abney and with far-reaching views out across the Peak District. Set approximately 3 miles from Hathersage, with its shops and eateries, it sleeps two guests in one bedroom. This spacious holiday home, which has been converted to suit those with less mobility, also welcomes one happy hound with open paws. Enjoy being right at the heart of the picturesque Peak District, with a myriad of scenic footpaths, cycle rides and trails right on your doorstep. Return home to relax in the enclosed courtyard.
Make your way inside and find yourselves in a bright, open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with a stone floor and feature beams. Gaze out at the panoramic vistas through the large windows; settle down to watch TV or read your holiday novel before wandering over to the kitchen to make a cup of tea or a delicious meal. Find the hob and sink here can be adjusted in height if necessary. Dine together at the table before heading through to the double bedroom, with en-suite wet room. Two extra guests may be accommodated on a sofa bed in the lounge if discussed in advance. On warm days, take a cool drink out into the courtyard to soak up the scenery. Find parking for two cars at the barn.
Head 7 miles from Abney to see follow a 2-mile hike up to striking Bamford Edge, an overhang of gritstone rock with spectacular views. At Ladybower Reservoir below, you can also enjoy a circular 5.5-mile walk around the lake. Castleton, 9 miles away, at the head of the Hope Valley, is also worth a visit. From here make your way over to the famous caverns. Chatsworth House, 11 miles away, has good accessibility for those with reduced mobility.