A charming stone property built in 1769 with spectacular views and a delightful lawn garden for relaxing. Just a short drive to many pretty market towns and a selection of walking and cycle routes.
The stone cottage offers the ideal accommodation for those seeking to explore some truly breathtaking landscapes of the Peak District National Park and the contrasting topography of the Dark and White Peaks. For guests who like to cycle, bikes can be hired locally for traversing the disused railway lines, whilst walkers can take advantage of the nearby Lathkill Dale and Tissington Trail which runs down to the cobbled streets of Ashbourne. A short drive away lies the pretty market town of Bakewell, complete with all the local amenities for guests.
The delightful stone cottage, built in 1769 lies at the edge of the village and the local pub, The Bulls Head, is just 100 yards away. Set in the centre of the Peak District, the property makes the most of the stunning scenery from the secluded rear patio and lawn garden-perfect for a BBQ. Downstairs, the fully equipped kitchen provides everything guests need for entertaining, and the beamed ceiling lounge-dining area with its log burning stove and stone fireplace is the ultimate spot for a cosy evening in front of the fire. The lounge also has a double sofa bed for occasional use when required.
The bedroom can be found upstairs located at the front of the cottage, with a cast iron double bed being the central feature of the room. The property has a spacious bathroom with bath, and shower-over, toilet and hand basin.
Outside there is a beautiful enclosed garden which makes a lovely spot to sit out in the sun, there is open countryside to the back of the garden.
The property provides great village style accommodation for those seeking a cosy getaway amidst the outstanding natural beauty of the Peak District National Park.