Positioned in the historic village of Eyam which was once associated with the plague of 1665. A stone property that offers delightful walking and nearby amenities for families and groups.
A traditional long barn sympathetically converted to retain its original charm. This home has space for six guests to enjoy an adventure-filled break in the heart of the Peak District and Derwent Valley. Spacious, stylish and conveniently located, this is the perfect place to stay with friends or your family.
This reverse level house has two en-suite bedrooms on the ground floor and a master suite upstairs making it great for groups of couples or friends who want their own space. The open-plan kitchen has everything you need to cook for the group, such as two ovens and a handy dishwasher. The charming lounge/dining area has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and large windows letting in lots of light. Outside is a delightful patio area with a table and chairs as well as a BBQ, the ideal spot for al fresco dining and having a drink while you rest your weary legs.
Explorers of all kinds will find something to whet their appetite here. There’s an eclectic mix of walks, cycling trails and rivers to enjoy all around the Derwent Valley. Eyam is overlooked by the scenic Eyam Moor. A fantastic hill for walking, with a historic stone circle and a cairn worth a visit. The views from the top are remarkable and far-reaching. There are several walking and cycling routes that pass through and around Eyam village, made famous during the plague for its voluntary quarantine. A pub, cafe and shop are all within 500 yards of the property, so you can leave the car behind while you head off on foot.