Step into history with a stay at this luxurious Grade II listed eighteenth-century workers’ cottage built under Sir Richard Arkwright and set in history-rich Cromford. Cromford itself is host to several cosy pubs and restaurants (0.3 miles), as well as a world-famous book shop, art gallery and local amenities. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage of Cromford Mills less than half a mile away, where you can find some unique and independent shops, enjoy a wonderful walk by the canal, and visit the Mill itself that’s brimming with history and great shops. Matlock Bath is also less than half a mile away, where you can enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, arcades and ice cream parlours, an aquarium and more. Black Rocks (0.6 miles) is a stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and can be accessed via foot or by car and boasts a lovely scenic walking trail. The property boasts stylish touches, comfortable country luxuries and spacious rooms.
Enter this characterful terraced cottage into the living area via three stone steps. The living area is a beautiful and cosy room, boasting carefully selected artwork and pottery. There is plenty of room to sit comfortably and enjoy the warmth of the roaring wood burner in the evening with the selection of books on offer or your favourite programme on the Smart TV. After preparing a meal in the spacious, well-equipped kitchen, guests can sit around the dining table and catch up on the day’s adventure. The ground floor is completed by a separate WC. Upstairs, there are two generous bedrooms which are beautifully put together with luxurious bed linen, lots of space and gorgeous touches. The first bedroom features a king-sized bed and the second, a super king-sized bed that can be made up as twin room with 2’6” singles on request to provide flexible seating options. Guest can refresh themselves in the large family bathroom on this floor.
Outside is a tiered garden designed by the owner (an artist who also trained as a garden designer at Kew), complete with fire pit, outside seating area, and of course, incredible views of Derbyshire. A hot spot in the summer and a cosy retreat in the winter, the garden gives you a year-round appreciation of being in this wonderful part of the world.