This contemporary property oozes style and provides the perfect base for a memorable family holiday exploring the Peak District.
Stay in this impressive property that’s set in the rural village of Holme, a tranquil destination that’s almost out of reach. Not only is the area renowned for its attractive landscape and array of walking and cycling routes, but it is also a great destination for getting off the beaten track and discovering the Dark Peak in all of its wild and rugged glory. After you have satisfied your thirst for adventure, all that’s left to do is store your bikes in the handy outhouse and head inside to rummage through your welcome pack.
In a past life this property was a post office, but today it is a contemporary retreat that sleeps seven and has a rustic yet cosy vibe. Wooden floors, exposed stone and beams add to the overall appeal, and all the furniture blends beautifully together with the crackling wood burner. Whether you are rustling up a family feast or kicking back and relaxing on the sofas, you’ll have all the home comforts you need to unwind. As a bonus, the lavish freestanding bath and equally impressive shower room are just the ticket after your explorations.
Holmfirth (3 miles) is a traditional market town surrounded by the rolling countryside of the Holme Valley, a destination eagle-eyed viewers may recognise from ‘Last of the Summer Wine’. You’ll find antique shops, boutiques and tearooms as you stroll through the pretty town, investigating the fascinating heritage through following the Blue Plaque Trail. The Pennine Way is a must for taking in the scenery, but the area is also a haven for cyclists. Nearby Holme Moss formed part of the Tour de France route in 2014 and is an exhilarating route for two wheels 2 miles away.