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Such a pretty cottage steeped in history
Grade II listed cottage which sits on the River Wye
Stunning lounge with cosy wood burner
Sit and relax with this stunning view
Gorgeous bedroom with en-suite
Plenty of places to sit and relax
Fully equipped kitchen with everything you should need
Idyllic garden
Large dining table great for entertaining
Relax in this pretty space
Lovely beams and tasteful decor
Traditional bathroom suite
Enjoy this beautiful garden
Interesting places to sit and explore
Enjoy the wildlife and scenery
Why not bring your fishing gear
1 / 16  Such a pretty cottage steeped in history
2 / 16  Grade II listed cottage which sits on the River Wye
3 / 16  Stunning lounge with cosy wood burner
4 / 16  Sit and relax with this stunning view
5 / 16  Gorgeous bedroom with en-suite
6 / 16  Plenty of places to sit and relax
7 / 16  Fully equipped kitchen with everything you should need
8 / 16  Idyllic garden
9 / 16  Large dining table great for entertaining
10 / 16  Relax in this pretty space
11 / 16  Lovely beams and tasteful decor
12 / 16  Traditional bathroom suite
13 / 16  Enjoy this beautiful garden
14 / 16  Interesting places to sit and explore
15 / 16  Enjoy the wildlife and scenery
16 / 16  Why not bring your fishing gear

Rookery Cottage

Ashford in the Water, Peak District
Visit England rating: 4 stars
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Grade II-listed 17th century cottage with period features throughout
  • Set in stunning secluded gardens with the River Wye running through
  • Enjoy the cosy fire in wonderful surroundings
  • Located in pretty Peak District village with popular pub and local shop
  • Nearby pretty market town of Bakewell
  • Beautiful walks and fishing on your doorstep
Property code: PK879

This Grade II listed cottage has been beautifully decorated with contemporary fixtures and tones to compliment original features and quirks. Set within its own private gardens on the banks of the River Wye.

Ashford in the Water is a pretty and popular Derbyshire village, located in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Sitting on the banks of the River Wye, three bridges cross this free flowing river making it an idyllic waterside setting. The village pub is welcoming and popular among locals, while you will find almost everything you need for your stay in the village shop. Walkers will enjoy setting out on the Monsal Trail, while the riverside cricket ground offers a relaxing spot to enjoy the game.

The cottage is accessed through a porch into the spacious beamed sitting room. With a log burning fire set in a traditional gritstone fireplace, this family room also features a writing desk for those working while they’re away, plus striking stone casement windows. Next door, the spacious kitchen has been beautifully fitted with cream units, granite worktops and clean white splash back tiles. To make your stay extra special, why not request a food hamper when you book? Enjoy your meals in the formal dining room, which has a large table, gritstone fireplace and exposed beam. Or retreat to the conservatory for a relaxing afternoon’s reading.

Upstairs the master bedroom is full of character, with a vaulted beamed ceiling, gritstone fireplace and chaise longue on which to look out over the garden and river, there is an en-suite bathroom with wash basin, toilet and bath which is tastefully decorated in keeping with the cottage . The two other bedrooms have twin single beds, pretty linen and traditional stone windows, while the family bathroom has a separate shower cubicle and bath, wash basin and toilet.

Outside, there is a lovely large patio to sit and enjoy the views of the mature gardens, which run from the cottage down to the water’s edge and is fenced off for the safety of younger visitors.  There is a further large area of pasture beyond and friendly chickens which roam the grounds.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms
  • Fold down single bed available for occasional use
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Internet access
  • Off road parking
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs provided) 
  • 2 travel cots and 2 highchairs available
  • Fishing available by arrangement
  • Electric oven and induction hob
  • Fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
  • TV/DVD/Stereo with CD player and DAB radio
  • BBQ and garden furniture
  • Secure bike storage
  • Central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen and towels included

This property is personally managed by Kate.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Beccy 7th February 2020

Beautiful house, very much like a home from home. Gorgeous scenery, and pub and cafe within walking distance. Bakewell very close too. We all had a wonderful time.

Reviewed by Catherine 27th December 2019

Clean and comfy cottage with lots of homely touches which really made it feel like home rather than just a rental. So quiet the only noise were the ducks gently quacking from time to time. Great bottle of wine left for us to try from the Maysons. Loved that we could walk to two local pubs and a cafe all serving very good food and so welcoming . ReaRead morelly got the village feeling. Definitely go back . Hide

Reviewed by Eri 18th October 2019

A great holiday cottage for upto 6 adults.. Well equipped kitchen with enough crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils, enough dining space and lounge space. Fantastic views with a lovely garden, plenty of parking and an enviable location in a picturesque village. We have holidayed in the area for many years and it was by far the best cottage we haveRead more stayed in. Hide

Reviewed by Matthew 21st June 2019

Fantastic property, beautiful grounds and perfect base to explore the Peak District and beyond.

Reviewed by Stewart 24th May 2019

Excellent cosy cottage, fantastic views of the river and gardens. All round Great holiday was had by all.

Reviewed by Dorothy 17th May 2019

The setting is so relaxing that we did not want to leave. We could have sat listening to the sound of the water from the river and watching the wildlife all week. The kitchen is very well equipped and we enjoyed cooking our evening meals and eating al fresco. The small village provides for immediate necessities and there is a large Aldi just a few Read moreminutes away. There are lots of places to visit in the surrounding area. Highly recommend the property. Owners brilliant at communication. Hide

Reviewed by Tom 10th May 2019

Very well appointed and beautiful location

Reviewed by John 3rd May 2019

The property was full of charm, well equipped, very clean, and in a superb location

Reviewed by Stephen 8th April 2019

The Rookery Cottage is a beautiful cottage in an amazing location. The grounds are well presented and the view of the adjacent river is hard to beat. We loved the fireplace at night in a cosy but large living area and all of the family enjoyed the property

Reviewed by Margaret 29th March 2019

The cottage was in a beautiful location. It was well furnished and equiped and the owners very helpful. A short walk to two village pubs which is always a bonus! Loads to do close by in a beautiful part of the country. I would love to return.

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Such a pretty cottage steeped in history
Grade II listed cottage which sits on the River Wye
Stunning lounge with cosy wood burner
Sit and relax with this stunning view
Gorgeous bedroom with en-suite
Plenty of places to sit and relax
Fully equipped kitchen with everything you should need
Idyllic garden
Large dining table great for entertaining
Relax in this pretty space
Lovely beams and tasteful decor
Show 4 moreTraditional bathroom suite

Location

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