A wonderful property that’s brimming with character throughout, this cottage is ideally positioned for those wanting to experience the vibrancy of city life and the peaceful tranquillity of countryside living.
Positioned on the eastern fringes of the Peak District National Park, this stone barn is perfect for a couple’s getaway and a top destination if you can’t choose between the bright lights of Sheffield and the simple pleasures of countryside living. Discover winding rivers, majestic hills and impressive moors strewn with heather and ancient relics, putting your walking boots to the test. In the evening, don your favourite attire and dine in one of Sheffield’s bistros, or light the wood burner and open a bottle of wine to unwind in style in this intimate cottage.
The cottage is rustic and charming with period beams, wooden floors and an open fireplace with heaps of character. Housing the log burner, this is a focal point of the home and a welcome spot for you to rest your tired legs after navigating the countryside. Mealtimes are a treat, whether you are perched at the breakfast table or at the table in the entrance hall. Rest your head in the upstairs bedroom, a comfortable room with a king-size bed and a generous bathroom. Outside, the garden has a stone-flagged patio, lawn space and garden furniture for basking in the sunshine, and a short walk will bring you to one of two pubs.
If you are seeking a plethora of scenic walks and activities galore in nature’s playground, this idyllic setting is ripe for adventure. Take a day trip to Chatsworth House 7.5 miles away and prepare to be amazed by the majestic yellow-stone building that was the filming location for Pride and Prejudice. Or venture to the Longshaw Estate to explore the parkland 5 miles away. Sheffield (7 miles) has much to offer culture buffs, foodies and thespians alike alongside its rich history of steel and innovation.