Warm and welcoming converted barn with original features, enjoying a rural hillside location. Situated on the north west edge of Peak District, within a mile of the main amenities at Whaley Bridge.
Whaley Bridge, or the Gateway to the Goyt Valley, is an attractive small town located on the edge of the Peak District National Park. At the head of the Peak Forest Canal, the area boasts pretty walks and cycle paths along the water towards Bridgemount and Buxworth. There is also an array of pubs, restaurants and cafes to choose from so you can stock up for your stay.
A gallery hall welcomes you into the property, from which a flight of stairs leads you to the first floor. To your right is the inviting sitting room, featuring wooden floors, exposed beams and stonework, warm tones and a large picture window taking in the beautiful view. Also on this floor are two of the bedrooms, one with an impressive four poster double bed and interesting exposed stone wall, the other with twin beds. These rooms share a shower room with colourful mosaic tiles.
Downstairs you will find the spacious kitchen, which features a farmhouse style dresser, large dining table, tiled floor and all the essentials you should need for your stay. The kitchen also benefits from a door leading outside, while the separate dining room next door is perfect for evening meals. Two further bedrooms, one with a king size bed and the other with twin beds, plus a second bathroom, complete this floor.
Outside, the shared patio area enjoys sunshine for most of the day and has a secure pretty ornamental pond – the perfect spot to enjoy an al fresco drink. If you're travelling in a large group, why not book both cottages to accommodate 16 people in total?
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.