Spend your days exploring parklands, moorlands and peaks and your evenings relaxing beside the wood burner or mingling with the locals in the nearby pub; thanks to its enviable location, this character cottage has it all. You will find the 18th-century property deep within the Peak District National Park, a haven for walkers and adrenaline addicts, in the popular Baslow village. Whether it’s a family escape you seek or an adventure-packed trip with mates, stop searching - it’s here.
Thoughtfully renovated with a contemporary-meets-country style, the cottage is welcoming and homely throughout. Relax under the oak beams, which along with its stone flagged floors and original gritstone open fire, add to the charm. Wake up to far-reaching countryside and garden views before taking your breakfast alfresco on one of the patios within the mature cottage-style garden. Spread over three floors, there is space to unwind and enjoy, so let the kids run free while you make the most of the chance to put your feet up - trust us, after a day or two on the peaks, you will crave it!
You will be spoilt for choice with a range of cafes, pubs and restaurants within a short walk from your doorstep, but it’s the proximity to the Park that makes Baslow such a draw. From the village, walk 2.5 miles to the parklands of Chatsworth House and explore the 1,000-acre grounds and gardens. For the more adventurous, grab a harness - here you are amongst some of the most challenging and popular rock-climbing routes in Europe, and Baslow is home to its own crag, away from the crowds at the busy cliffs further north.