A 300 year old property nestled in the village of Baslow which boasts its own Michel Star restaurant. A peaceful courtyard setting, this cottage is within easy reach of city culture, superb walks and pretty market towns.
A rural stone cottage that enjoys a delightful location in the pretty village of Baslow. Guests will be spoilt for choice with the array of outdoor activities right on the doorstep. Enjoy gentle walks through the picturesque parklands of Chatsworth House, or along the river banks of the River Derwent. For something a little more challenging head up to the Curbar Edge and Dark Peak for rewarding views over the countryside. A short drive takes guests to the pretty market towns of Bakewell and Buxton, or if a spot of culture is needed the cities of Sheffield and Chesterfield are within a 30 minute drive of the cottage. For those who don’t fancy cooking and who are seeking a touch of luxury, Baslow’s very own Michelin Star restaurant awaits.
A sunny conservatory provides an inviting entrance to the cottage and leads through to a charming kitchen-dining room complete with all the essentials that guests require during their stay. At the front of the cottage there is a comfy lounge with a cosy feel and welcoming open fire. A 32 inch Smart television with Netflix, DVDs and books provide the perfect entertainment for a night in.
Stairs lead up to two bedrooms, one of which has a king size bed and captivating views across the village. The second bedroom contains a double bed, and there is a bathroom with a shower-over, hand basin and toilet also on this floor. Outside there is an enclosed sheltered patio area for relaxing outside that can be accessed via French doors from the lounge.