This is one of two spacious and bright apartments at this location in the rural Hope Valley region of the Peak District, perfect for couples looking for peace and quiet and spectacular scenery.
The pretty Derbyshire village of Hope is the meeting place for the River Noe and Peakshole Water. It boasts an intriguing selection of cafes, pubs, a greengrocers, deli, farmers butchers and gallery. The Cheshire Cheese Inn is within walking distance of the property and serves homemade meals, light bites and a local Sunday roast. Popular Castleton is just a stone’s throw away and often hosts village events and celebrations.
A shared entrance hall guides you up a single flight of stairs and into the open plan apartment. On your right, the kitchen has been fitted with cream units and colourful splash back tiles – this is a sociable open space that’s ideal for entertaining. A dining table with room for four diners sits in the window just beyond the kitchen, with two large sofas and a coffee table in the other section of the room. The bedroom area behind has a pull down double bed set into a cosy alcove with a pretty rural view through the French windows beyond. This is a bright room thanks to the double aspect windows and French windows leading out to the patio area through a brick arch. The spacious bathroom has a bath and separate shower cubicle, tiled floor and exposed beam.
The private patio area is the perfect place to enjoy a BBQ as the sun sets, and is bordered by a low stone wall making the most of the spectacular view beyond.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.