Holiday lets and self catering accommodation in Fenny Bentley
Situated on the Bentley Brook, the most prominent building in Fenny Bentley is the Old Hall, now called Cherry Orchard Farm, dating from the late 15th century. Also explore around the Church of St Edmund which has a bizarre monument to Thomas and Agnes Beresford who, together with their 21 children are shown totally covered in a shroud. For walkers and cyclists the Tissington Trail and Dovedale are nearby. After all the exploring refuel in one of the welcoming pubs in Fennly Bentley. Also close by is the village of Ashbourne making this a great base for any holiday to the Peak District.
For a place to stay make sure you browse our selection of Fenny Bentley holiday cottages which offer the perfect base to explore Derbyshire and the Peak District from.