This beautifully presented barn has been wonderfully converted to provide exceptional holiday accommodation for families and couples to explore the Peak District.
The northern reaches of the Peak District National Park are known as the Dark Peak, and it is easy to see why when you tread the miles of heather-strewn moorland and deep wooded valleys. For walkers and cyclists, this attractive property is the ideal base for your stay as it is perfectly tailored to families and friendship groups. Start your morning with a hearty breakfast and discover the plethora of trails leading from your doorstep, taking scenic strolls around Langsett Reservoir or setting off on two wheels to tackle Holme Moss.
Set across a single level, the property is stylish and contemporary with everything you need to relax and unwind. There are three bedrooms sleeping five guests, and there’s no need to worry about muddy boots after your adventures as the entrance/utility area has a handy nook for storage and a washing machine. Spend quality time together in the open-plan living space, rustling up meals in the kitchen, playing board games at the table, and sitting down for a film night in the lounge. Outside, there’s a patio and garden furniture for sipping drinks in the sunshine.
Whether you are tempted by challenging hill climbs or would enjoy following the cycle routes used in the 2014 Tour de France, this exciting destination has something to suit you. For those who would like to try something different, why not join the Longdendale Trail from an accessible starting point 7.5 miles away, navigating the 7-mile route that stretches all the way across to Hadfield. Legend has it that the path is haunted, and it certainly has a unique atmosphere when you consider it was once one of the main routes for freight trains hauling goods.