A 200-year-old stone cottage located on the edge of the pretty village of Castleton. Full of character with exposed beams and splendid views across the valley, it's also great for keen walkers.
For those eager to explore the Heart of England’s scenery on foot or two wheels, this property offers an unrivalled base in which to call your own. Located in the picturesque village of Castleton, discover walks around the Mam Tor, venture to the town’s Peveril Castle or perhaps enjoy a ramble along the 46-mile Limestone Way route before heading to your home from home. Offering a romantic spot for two to unwind together or perhaps a base for three on a hiking retreat, this delectable semi-detached property assures cosy nights in and an undisturbed night for resting and recharging.
Take in the peace and quiet when approaching this cottage, tucked away at the edge of the village and surrounded by vibrant greenery. Venture into the lounge where exposed stone walls and low ceilings with wooden beams add a cosy farmhouse feel to the place. Cushy sofas and a wood burner-effect gas fire make for an excellent evening in; feel free to curl up with a good book or switch on the TV. When it’s time for bed, you’ll find two bedrooms up a flight of steep cottage stairs. Completing the property is a delectable garden boasting far-reaching views.
Feel free to leave your car at home when staying in Castleton, stepping out from your very doorstep to find a multitude of walking routes and outdoor adventures. Climb the hill to discover the medieval ruins of Peveril Castle and take in panoramic views of the scenery, including a view of the fascinating Mam Tor (2.5 miles). Rich in mining history, this area features plenty of caves to explore. Experience a thrilling day out at Peak Cavern (0.5 miles), embracing an underwater boat trip or booking an unforgettable musical event in the natural amphitheatre.