Situated within the grounds of the owners home is this romantic retreat perfect for couples and friends wanting a comfortable and stylish get away and a place in the Peak District to switch of from it all.
Make your next holiday one to remember and book this charming couples’ retreat that’s set just 1 mile from Chapel-en-le-Frith on the cusp of the Peak District National Park. Studded within the owner’s grounds and overlooking mature woodland, your accommodation is the perfect base for following the Pennine Way and the majestic heights of Kinder Scout. Your weary legs will appreciate a good rest in the shared garden of an evening, especially when the BBQ is sizzling, and you have an ice-cold beer in hand.
The property has a rustic stone exterior and several nods to its former life as a barn despite the contemporary decor. Whitewashed stone walls, timber-framed nooks and original-style doors set the scene, and once you’ve hung up your coats and kicked off your boots, there’s plenty of choices of where to sit and enjoy a brew. There’s an open-plan living space complete with a well-stocked kitchen area and a table, and the upstairs bedroom and shower room are a welcome sight when you are ready to retire to bed. Outside, the shared gardens have wildflowers, shrubbery and a stream, and you also have a private bistro table for morning coffee.
Whether you are keen to delve into the show caves at Castleton (5.5 miles) or are looking forward to tackling the exhilarating trails up Kinder Scout (8 miles), there is no better place to explore than the Peak District. The wild and rugged landscape is a must for walkers and cyclists alike, and there’s ample opportunity to refuel with hearty pub lunches. For something a little different, the grand Chatsworth House (16.5 miles) will appeal to historians and the charming market town of Buxton is a treasure trove of shops, eateries and antique galleries 6.5 miles away.