A picturesque cottage nestled in a charming Peak District village, the cottage offers a great base for exploring the nearby Monsal Dale by bike or foot, or fishing in the Monsal Reservoir.
Enjoying an idyllic village location, the cottage is a picture-postcard stone property that dates back some 400 years. For those yearning to explore the history of some of England’s finest country houses, Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are just a short drive away. Meander through the shops and cafes of the pretty market town of Bakewell or simply head up into the Monsal Dale and enjoy the outstanding scenery on foot.
The property embraces open-plan living with a delightful kitchen-diner, lounge area. The kitchen is equipped with all the necessities that guests require during their stay. The cosy cottage lounge has a welcoming log burning stove set into a gritstone fireplace which makes a charming central feature of the room. The intimate lounge provides a wonderful space for resting those aching legs and watching TV after a day spent exploring the Dales.
The original staircase leads upstairs to the bedroom which is located at the front of the property. Containing a double bed, the bedroom has a quaint cottage feel and a bathroom adjacent which consists of a walk-in shower, hand basin and toilet.
The village tea room and pub are a great way to spend the afternoon mingling with the locals.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.