Perfect for families and groups of friends is this stone-built detached property. It’s a great base when visiting the national park, with many village amenities within easy walking distance and picturesque walks on the doorstep.
Celebrate a special occasion with family or friends in this bright property in the pretty village of Crich. Its enclosed gardens make it perfect for children and pets, while adults will enjoy a soak in its fabulous hot tub.
The heart of this two-storey, detached stone property is its open-plan living space, where the welcoming lounge has an L-shaped sofa and Smart TV, plus a large dining table with bench seating. Around the corner the attractive kitchen offers everything you’ll need for preparing hearty suppers, while a utility area houses the fridge/freezer, dishwasher and laundry facilities. Also on the ground floor is a single bedroom (with a Smart TV) and a useful separate WC. Heading upstairs, there is a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room plus three further bedrooms – a double, a twin and a single – which share an attractive family bathroom. Access the lawned garden through the double doors by the dining table and enjoy al fresco meals as well as the bubbles of the luxurious hot tub.
You’ll find pubs, independent stores and places to eat in Crich, which is home to a great family day out in the form of the Crich Tramway Village, a tram museum within a recreated period scene. Viewers of the TV series ‘Peak Practice’ will also remember Crich as the setting for the fictional village of Cardale. Pull on your walking boots and stride out on the many walks from the village, including the locals’ favourite which circles to Wakebridge, Cromford Canal, Lea Bridge and Holloway before returning home. Within easy reach you’ll find plenty more to see and do for all ages, including Gulliver’s Kingdom (6 miles), the Heights of Abraham (6 miles), Bakewell (15 miles) and Chatsworth (15 miles).