Lovingly restored to the highest of standards in 2021, this delightful cottage is located in a sleepy rural village with the popular Tideswell just 1.5 miles down the road, home to many amenities to enjoy.
Lavish and impressive with glorious rolling countryside as your playground, this stone property reveals a fabulous setting for a romantic break for two. Plan an itinerary that fills your day with adventures from start to finish, embracing the heights of Mam Tour and Kinder Scout, trying out wild swimming at a serene beauty spot and taking to the water by kayak somewhere a little more rugged. For gentle amblers, there are many villages to potter around to enjoy local hospitality and top-notch fare.
Climb the steps from the courtyard garden and retreat inside, discovering a fabulous ground-floor bedroom with a decadent king-size bed and an adjacent shower room with a rainfall-style shower. Upstairs, the magnificent lounge/kitchen/diner has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and quirky storage, made all the more special by the elegant decor and thoughtful furnishing. Rustle up a delicious meal in the kitchen and feast together before curling up on the sofas with a nightcap in hand. Light the wood burner on the chilliest of nights and watch the flames flickering invitingly, creating a soothing ambience for relaxing.
You’ll be situated just 1.5 miles from bustling Tideswell, a small yet busy village with a popular pub and a thriving calendar of events. Walking and cycling opportunities are in abundance, or why not plan a day trip to iconic destinations such as the regal Chatsworth House, 12 miles away, which eagle-eyed film buffs may recognise as the filming location for Pride and Prejudice. Bakewell, 9 miles away, is well worth a visit too even if it is just to sample a generous slice of the well-known pudding.