Prepare a meal in the beautiful kitchen
Sit back and relax
Stone cottage nestled in the heart of Eyam
A pretty entrance welcomes you in
Relax by the wood burner with a good book
Take in the village views
Pretty bedroom fabrics
En-suite shower room
Neutral tones to decorate the room
It's the little touches
Bright and airy bathroom
Spoil yourself
Sunny outdoor patio
1 / 13  Prepare a meal in the beautiful kitchen
2 / 13  Sit back and relax
3 / 13  Stone cottage nestled in the heart of Eyam
4 / 13  A pretty entrance welcomes you in
5 / 13  Relax by the wood burner with a good book
6 / 13  Take in the village views
7 / 13  Pretty bedroom fabrics
8 / 13  En-suite shower room
9 / 13  Neutral tones to decorate the room
10 / 13  It's the little touches
11 / 13  Bright and airy bathroom
12 / 13  Spoil yourself
13 / 13  Sunny outdoor patio

West View

Eyam, Peak District
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Beautiful country cottage with bags of character and charm
  • National Trust Eyam Hall and craft site are located within the village
  • The cottage boasts two wood burners in the kitchen and lounge for an ultimate cosy feel
  • Sympathetic neutral tones and fabrics decorate the property with a country feel
  • Fantastic walking routes up to Eyam Edge enjoying spectacular views
  • Many amenities on the doorstep such as pub, tea rooms and shop
Property code: 56118

Lovely country cottage situated in the heart of the pretty village of Eyam, with a good selection of shops and eateries available on the doorstep.

Eyam is a pretty and quintessential Derbyshire Dales village with plenty of history to discover. The property benefits from the village’s amenities, which include a village shop, Post Office and traditional pub. Chatsworth and Haddon Hall country houses lie within a 25-minute drive. For those looking to stretch their legs, the nearby Monsal Trail offers cycling and walking trails along the disused railway tracks. If you head north from the property, you’ll find the picturesque mining village of Castleton, the beginning of the popular Pennine Way and the many attractions of the Hope Valley beyond.

The cottage character welcomes you with its quirky low doorframe, remember to mind your head. The beautiful country cottage kitchen/diner is decorated with subtle tones to make you feel right at home, there is even a wood burner by the dining table, the perfect excuse to spend hours chatting over a wonderful dinner. When you want to put your feet up, head through into the lounge with comfy sofas, TV/DVD and books and games, with another wonderful wood burner to relax in front of. Leading upstairs the beautiful master bedroom offers a king-size bed, decorated with pretty fabrics and plenty of space, not forgetting the charming views over the village, and en-suite shower room. The second bedroom offers traditional style twin beds with the bathroom located next door with shower over bath and WC.

Outside, the cottage has a front garden and a sunny patio for outdoor seating to the side of the entrance.  Please note there is shared access to the neighbouring cottage via the driveway.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 king-size and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom and 1 en-suite shower room
  • Electric oven and gas hob, compact fridge/freezer
  • Washer/dryer 
  • Dishwasher
  • 2 wood-burners (all logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Off road parking for 1 car, plenty of roadside parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no pets
  • Pub and shop within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Garden furniture

This property is personally managed by Anthony.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Gail 10th October 2019

A comfortable and well equipped cottage full of character in a lovely village. The museum is worth a visit and the village is an interesting place to wander around. We had a lovely welcome and good food in both the Eyam Tearoom and Miners Arm (both visited twice). Loads to do in the area, Bakewell is a charming town and the Chatsworth estate is a mRead moreust, especially the farmshop but also the villages of Edensor and Beeley. Hide

Reviewed by Cecil 14th September 2019

the stairs in this property take a bit of getting used to and would not suit everyone, bear this in mind if you have mobility problems. nice size for a family of 4 with older children

Reviewed by Silva 24th August 2019

Lovely property in a great setting with beautiful views down Eyam high street. Great location to access local walks, tea shops, pub, village shop, craft stores & Eyam brewery. Parking space useful as restricted parking on main road. Property quiet & cosy with nice furnishings & well equipped kitchen. Would recommend!

Reviewed by Daniel 17th August 2019

A really lovely cottage in as good a location as one could hope for. Eyam is a lovely village and is close to everything in the Peaks. A really comfortable sitting room and spacious kitchen. Watch your head on the door on the way in but in all other respects, a perfect little cottage for a small family. We loved it.

Reviewed by Robert 3rd August 2019

Apart from the above comment it was lovely cottage. The history of Eyam is excellently portrayed around the village.

Reviewed by Annegret 20th July 2019

Lovely cosy house, central in Eyam with two team rooms only few yards away. Very quiet. From Eyam its a 30 min drive max to any interesting place in the Peak/ Hope Valley.

Reviewed by Aniket 22nd June 2019

We've stayed in many cottages across the UK and this was by far one of the best we've experienced. It was well equipped, easy to find and in a perfect location for easy local walks from the doorstep. The cottage was very clean which was great for our young children and nothing hazardous so we didn't have to keep any eye on them as we prepared dinneRead morer in a very well equipped kitchen. The rooms were cosey and overall the cottage felt calm to stay in. Hide

Reviewed by Kate 8th June 2019

We have never visited the Peak District before and was recommended Eyam. The location was perfect, very central and the cottage was superb. Nicely fitted out with great facilities for all eventualities. I cant e-commerce it highly enough!

Reviewed by Jackie 19th May 2019

Very nice, very comfortable, well furnished but with rather difficult stairs.

Reviewed by Louise 2nd May 2019

A lovely comfortable cottage which gives great access to all areas of the Peak District. Nicely furnished throughout and comfortable beds. Highly recommended. The stairs are quite steep so elderly people may have difficulty.

Reviewed by Jan 23rd February 2019

Comfortable , quiet, well equipped cottage located close to the centre of the village.

Reviewed by Lyn 29th December 2018

Lovely little cottage. The ceilings are quite low in some rooms so if youre tall it is a problem.

Reviewed by Susan 22nd December 2018

Lovely clean well equipped cottage. Situated in centre of village. Lots of walks and easy to drive to local villages and other attractions. Would recommend for family with 2 children. Second bedroom small but very comfortable.

Reviewed by Martin 27th October 2018

Well equipped, cosy and comfortable cottage close to the throbbing heart of Eyam.

Reviewed by Camilla 20th October 2018

We spent a delightful week in Eyam. The cottage was immaculately clean and had everything you needed. The local pub and tea rooms were excellent and there were many places to eat nearby, some also in walking distance.

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Prepare a meal in the beautiful kitchen
Sit back and relax
Stone cottage nestled in the heart of Eyam
A pretty entrance welcomes you in
Relax by the wood burner with a good book
Take in the village views
Pretty bedroom fabrics
En-suite shower room
Neutral tones to decorate the room
It's the little touches
Bright and airy bathroom
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