This family friendly cottage is perfect for those wanting a base in a popular picturesque village with pubs, miles of public footpaths and Bakewell and Chatsworth just a short drive away.
Whether you are after a family-friendly retreat or somewhere for you and your friends to relax after a day of outdoor pursuits, this cottage couldn’t be more ideal. Located in the village of Great Longstone close to the jaw-dropping scenery of Millers Dale, this cottage is packed with home comforts right down to the crackling wood burner. The Peak District National Park is on your doorstep, so bring your bikes and walking boots and prepare to tackle some seriously impressive trails through the unique landscape.
Tastefully styled with a contemporary edge, the property sleeps six and is expertly tailored to relaxing. Comfortable sofas in the lounge, a chic kitchen/diner with an array of equipment and three attractive bedrooms provide your living, dining and sleeping spaces, and there is a bathroom to wash off the mud after a busy day exploring. As a bonus, one of the bedrooms on the second floor features an en-suite shower room. The courtyard may act as a walkway for guests in the neighbouring properties, but it doesn’t stop this from being a delightful spot to sip your wine on sunny evenings. There’s handy bike storage too, a must for adventures on two wheels.
Market towns, quintessential villages and miles of countryside, you name it, the Peak District National Park has it all. Browse the streets of Bakewell 3.5 miles away and sample a slice of the famous pudding, stroll along the banks of the Wye and take in the mellow vibe of the traditional stone properties. Chatsworth House with its grand frontage makes for an interesting afternoon where you can tread in the footsteps of royalty as you investigate the house, garden and farmyard 5 miles away. History-seekers will also enjoy mysterious Eyam 6.5 miles away, a plague village that carries a gruesome reputation that dates back to the 1600s.