This 300-year-old stone cottage offers the perfect blend of period charm and contemporary conveniences in an unbeatable village location with a walled courtyard perfect for summer evenings.
Located on the banks of the River Derwent and with the far-reaching views of Curbar Edge less than 2 miles away, the pretty village of Calver truly does represent the best of the beautiful Peak District. Stay in this traditional stone cottage and embrace the beauty of the local area, venturing out on day trips to historic Bakewell and fascinating Eyam or exploring the dramatic landscapes at Froggatt Woods. At the end of each and every day, you can come home and stay in comfort, truly appreciating this family property that happily sleeps eight guests and two dogs.
Steeped in history and yet lovingly updated to host a modern family or group of friends, this property truly does offer the best of both worlds. Unique features including beamed ceilings, a stone flagged fireplace and a classic range cooker have been paired with stylish decor and ever-comfortable furniture. Flock to the lounge to enjoy cosy evenings in, throwing a log or two on the wood burner and planning your next day’s adventure. You’re also welcome to unwind of an evening in the private courtyard, a sunny spot with furniture and a BBQ. When it’s time for bed, you’ll find four inviting bedrooms laid out on the first floor, each offering a lovely spot in which to catch forty winks.
From easy-going walks in Froggatt Woods (2.5 miles) to the more challenging route of Curbar Edge (1.5 miles), this property is in a prime position for keen hikers. Enjoy a relaxing walk along the banks of the River Derwent (0.5 miles) or perhaps an afternoon of fishing, always heading home via the village pub for a swift one. The majestic Chatsworth House (4.5 miles) is a riveting day out for all the family, as is an underground tour of the fascinating Peak Cavern (11 miles).