This central village cottage is perfect for couples and small families wanting to stay in a Grade II-listed traditional Peak District cottage. There is a popular pub and a variety of shops a short walk away.
A charming, converted pub ideally located in the heart of Bradwell, this rural hideaway is perfect for adventurous families or groups of friends exploring the Peak District with their four-legged pals in tow. Venture into the limestone caves of Blue John Cavern and soak in the impressive stalagmite and stalactite formations, then warm up in the ambient glow of the crackling wood burner with a pre-dinner tipple.
This two-storey property boasts an inviting country interior with beamed ceilings, bright open-plan social spaces, and warm wooden features throughout. Store your coats in the hallway then ascend the staircase to the first-floor lounge/kitchen/diner. Prepare some drinks then flop down onto the comfortable seats and rest up wear feet in front of the fire while the resident chef cooks up a storm in the shaker kitchen. Crack open a bottle of wine then gather around the wooden dining table to feast and plan out the up-and-coming adventures. Retire to the airy bedrooms consisting of a ground-floor twin and a first-floor double with peaceful views over the village. Embrace the afternoon sun in your private section of the lawned garden where you can perch with a cold al fresco drink and nibbles.
Adventure-seekers can trek along the trails to the gritstone outcrop of Back Tor for a blustery summit photo, accessible from Bradwell Memorial Hall, 200 metres. Explore the outstanding Hope Valley and pass through the spectacular Winnats Pass, 4 miles, then visit nearby Bakewell to soak in the town’s rich heritage and refuel with a traditional Bakewell tart, 10 miles.