This cottage is perfect for those wanting a stay in the heart of the Peak District National Park The River Wye meanders through the village which offers some excellent walking routes from the doorstep.
Ideally situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Ashford in the Water, this delightful, traditional and welcoming stone cottage has plenty of charming features including exposed wooden beams, a spiral staircase, a light-filled sunroom and a pretty courtyard garden. Perfect for couples and families, this characterful property makes a lovely base for exploring the Peak District National Park. Offering cosy and relaxing accommodation for four, the cottage is perfect for keen walkers and nature lovers discovering the region’s quaint villages and breathtaking countryside.
Entering this sweet and cosy cottage, the spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner provides a wonderfully relaxing main living area. Full of character, the fresh and colourful lounge is perfect for sitting back with a film at the end of a great day. The charming dining area is great for sharing a family meal which you can rustle up in the light and fully equipped kitchen. The ground floor also features a relaxing sunroom, ideal for getting away with a good book. Heading up the spiral staircase, the first floor – which has some restricted head height – features the family bathroom and two comfortable bedrooms: a king-size room overlooking the village green and a charming double. A couple of steps lead up from the sunroom and out into the enclosed courtyard with outdoor furniture making this a pleasant spot for a morning coffee or a glass or two of wine in the evening.
The picturesque village of Ashford in the Water is perfectly placed for exploring the Peak District. The Monsal Trail and the Tissington Trail lead through the area, and the market town of Bakewell (2 miles) has some lovely restaurants, tearooms, shops and pubs. Local attractions and landmarks include Chatsworth House (5.5 miles), Haddon Hall (5 miles) and the Heights of Abraham in Matlock Bath (11.5 miles).