A charming detached stone cottage that is nestled in the heart of the Peak District National Park. A pretty village location with amenities right on the doorstep and delightful walks close by.
Embrace tradition with a stay in this ever-comfortable country cottage. Its farmhouse style, pretty garden and proximity to local village amenities makes it the ideal base for a true rural retreat. Embark on the National Park’s many walking, hiking and cycling routes all around you for adventure-filled days out, and discover the Derbyshire countryside’s array of rugged landscapes and stunning scenery, before heading home to unwind in your very own chocolate-box cottage.
Located on a quiet village road and boasting a pretty stone facade, this property is a delight from the moment you arrive. Step inside to find yourself in the welcoming lounge with a beamed ceiling, comfortable armchairs and both a Smart TV and book collection providing the evening’s entertainment. Notice the floral prints and romantic textures used for soft furnishings throughout the property, a regular reminder of your English countryside location. Upstairs you’ll find two cosy bedrooms, both of which provide far-reaching views of the surrounding fields. Last but not least, an enclosed garden sits at the rear and offers an ideal spot in which to sit and enjoy a moment of peace and quiet.
Ashford on the Water is a pretty village in a prime position for exploring the Peak District far and wide. The village boasts a pub and restaurant (both less than 0.5 miles), along with the River Wye running through for waterside walks. You’ll also find the famous town of Bakewell just 2 miles down a country road, a must-visit location for guests with a sweet tooth. Another ever-popular tourist destination, Chatsworth House, is just 5.5 miles from home and well worth a day out. Naturally, you can also set off on foot and enjoy the many walks the Peak District has to offer.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.