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Pretty row of historic mill cottages
Historic mill cottages
Welcome to the cottage garden
Safe and secure bike sheds available in the garden
Comfortable lounge with original beams
An inviting room
Enjoy a lazy breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen
Traditional furniture for a good nights sleep
Charming bedroom with pretty fabrics
Don't forget your bubble bath
Lovely enclosed garden
Sit back and relax
Lovely lawned garden
Stone cottage with a warm welcome
Views from the heart of Cromford
1 / 15  Pretty row of historic mill cottages
2 / 15  Historic mill cottages
3 / 15  Welcome to the cottage garden
4 / 15  Safe and secure bike sheds available in the garden
5 / 15  Comfortable lounge with original beams
6 / 15  An inviting room
7 / 15  Enjoy a lazy breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen
8 / 15  Traditional furniture for a good nights sleep
9 / 15  Charming bedroom with pretty fabrics
10 / 15  Don't forget your bubble bath
11 / 15  Lovely enclosed garden
12 / 15  Sit back and relax
13 / 15  Lovely lawned garden
14 / 15  Stone cottage with a warm welcome
15 / 15  Views from the heart of Cromford

Arkwrights Cottage

Cromford, Peak District
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 3
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Historic cottage built by Sir Richard Arkwright in the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site
  • Situated in the popular village of Cromford with an array of shops and eateries to explore
  • Enjoy a relaxing amble along the Cromford Canal
  • Lovely garden providing a relaxing space to enjoy the sunshine
  • Visit nearby Matlock Bath, a wonderful day out at the Heights of Abraham or Gulliver's Kingdom
  • The famous Matlock Bath Illuminations are on in September and October every year
Property code: 60109

This cottage is in an ideal location for those who want to explore nearby local shops, public houses and cafes and leave the car at home. Excellent transport links with Cromford Railway station nearby.

This popular village has a fine selection of shops and pubs and a couple of miles away, Matlock Bath has a huge selection of cafes and ice cream parlours and is also the starting point for the cable car that takes you to the Heights of Abraham. Each Saturday there is a parade of the boats at the illuminations and fireworks throughout the Autumn. The old mill town of Matlock has a superb range of craft shops, independent stores and bars, whilst Chatsworth Estate is just ten miles away. Outdoor enthusiasts are well catered for with the wondrous Peak District National Park with a wealth of must visit tourist spots. Take a walk up to Black Rocks and enjoy a picnic alongside the beautiful views.

Stepping through into the cottage the cosy lounge welcomes you with open arms, there are comfy sofas to collapse on after a tough day hiking the hills, with a TV to curl up in front of and a wood burner effect electric fire. Leading through to the kitchen/diner which lends itself to a lazy breakfast, and the space provides for all your culinary needs if you choose not to dine out in the nearby eateries. The kitchen area is equipped with a gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and microwave. Climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find a double bedroom and there is a bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC. Going up to the second floor, accessed via steep stairs, you will find a twin bedroom located in the converted attic space.

The outside offers an enclosed garden slightly away from the property, located a few steps away from the back door. Take the garden steps up to find the seating area to relax and enjoy a cold drink in the sunshine, overlooking the surrounding gardens and wildlife and at the end of the garden there is secure bike storage. There is road-side parking subject to availability.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and microwave
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Road-side parking subject to availability
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Pub and shop within walking distance
  • Bike storage available at the end of the garden
  • TV in the lounge

This property is personally managed by Kate.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.5
Overall equipment
4
Overall comfort
4
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Steffi 22nd November 2019

A lovely and comfortable cottage. Everything you need is included. Nice garden and fireplace as well as nice decor. It felt very homely and cosy. It was our puppy's first holiday and he enjoyed it, so its a great place if you have dogs too. Very clean as well. The area surrounding it is beautiful too. Would recommend.

Reviewed by Frances 6th November 2019

Comfy and we'll equipped. Dogs settled in immediately. Great location and a few minutes away from pubs, restaurants and shops. Bus and trains nearby too.

Reviewed by Katherine 19th October 2019

A great little cottage in an amazing location with a fascinating history. There was so much to explore and learn, a fabulous family holiday!

Reviewed by Pamela 28th September 2019

Clean, warm and cosy, luxurious towels. A lot of steps and steep staircases! Excellently positioned for eating out, industrial heritage, walking, travelling by bus.

Reviewed by John 16th September 2019

Great size cottage for 2 people and 3 dogs, clean with all the necessary things you would need, including some essentials like milk (nice touch, thanks!). Excellent location in a quiet street just a small walk from the village center, approx. 3 minutes walk away. There is a Pub at the end of the street and also other pubs and restaurants in the cenRead moreter, The Boat Inn, Greyhound or Tavern were all worth a visit for food or just drinks. We will be going back again and recommend!! Hide

Reviewed by Chloe 8th September 2019

The house makers a nice base for a walking holiday, with lots of footpaths and things to do nearby. Parking is on street but we always found a space.

Reviewed by Joanne 5th July 2019

Perfect liitle quaint cottage in perfect location. Everything you could possibly need and was an ideal place to relax and unwind. We spent lovely mornings enjoying breakfast in the well equipped garden and watching a few sunsets with a nice glass of chilled wine. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming especially The Bell Inn on the Corner. Karen thRead moree owner was very inviting and nothing was too much trouble for her. I cannot emphasise what a lovely tranquil place this is. Hide

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Pretty row of historic mill cottages
Historic mill cottages
Welcome to the cottage garden
Safe and secure bike sheds available in the garden
Comfortable lounge with original beams
An inviting room
Enjoy a lazy breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen
Traditional furniture for a good nights sleep
Charming bedroom with pretty fabrics
Don't forget your bubble bath
Lovely enclosed garden
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Location

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