A rural Eden situated on the edge of the pretty Hope Valley, guests staying at this cottage will enjoy a wealth of outdoor fun and exploration, including exploring caves and walking the challenging Pennine Way.
Ideally positioned for making the most of the great outdoors and the spectacular landscape of the Dark Peak, the cottage is a delightful property with the nearby villages of Hathersage and Hope offering local amenities, including Hope railway station which makes this cottage easily accessible by both rail and road. Guests can explore the Blue John Mines, caves or simply take a stroll through the village and enjoy the goings on of village life.
Entering the cottage, guests will find themselves in a cosy hallway that leads into an open-plan lounge and kitchen-diner that contains all the essentials. For those who want to dine out, the Samuel Fox restaurant is just 300 yards from the property. Relax in the lounge and unwind with a DVD after a day spent outdoors in the rugged landscape of the Dark Peak. The bedroom contains a double bed and an en-suite shower room with a toilet and hand basin that perfectly completes this charming cosy cottage.
The charming open space is bright and airy from the double doors that lead out onto a south facing seating area which enjoys all day sunshine and charming views across the stable yard. A BBQ and outdoor furniture make this a great spot for al fresco dining on a warm evening.
The property is nestled amidst the owner’s grounds giving it privacy and security, with off road parking located adjacent to the property.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.