A lovely stone-built cottage set on the owners farm in the pretty village of Crich, it is perfect for groups of friends, couples or families looking to enjoy the outdoors and explore this beautiful part of Derbyshire.
Consider a stay in Crich, approximately 5 miles from the edge of the spectacular Peak District and 6 miles from Matlock. This inviting, stone barn conversion, set on a farm, sleeps six guests, who are welcome to bring two happy hounds along with them for the break. Venture out on long hill and valley walks or enjoy the far-reaching views from the holiday home. Bubble in the hot tub in the evening or light the wood burner for cosy nights in.
Enter this impressive, three-storey holiday home, which offers more than a touch of luxury. Wander into the kitchen and tear yourself away from the views long enough to prepare dinner for everyone. Lay the table in the generous lounge/diner, then call them to sit down together. After dinner, light the wood burner and choose a film to watch on the Smart TV. You will also find a WC on the ground floor, while the family bathroom is on the first floor, together with two of the bedrooms. These include a twin and a super-king-size, with zip-and-link beds that can be arranged as twins in advance. The third bedroom is also king-size and is up on the second floor, where it has an en-suite shower room and takes in panoramic views. Relax out in the sunny garden as often as possible, soak in the hot tub and have dinner out here on occasion. Find parking for three cars at the property.
Crich is known for its National Tramway Museum, where you can pay a penny to ride on an old-fashioned tram. You can also explore the grounds, enjoy a recreated village scene and follow a sculpture trail. Head into Matlock to go shopping or dine out. Drive 14 miles into the Peak District to while away the afternoon in Bakewell.