If you’re an active couple or a single traveller looking for a comfy place to rest and recharge before heading out for your next adventure in the Peak District National Park, this place is ideal.
Set on the outskirts of a traditional village in the heart of the Peak District National Park, surrounded by fields and with a country pub a short walk away,The location is idyllic. Part of a collection of renovated farm buildings, the suite is situated at the end of the old farmhouse and accessed via a set of stone external stairs and has its own entrance. It’s perfect if all you need is a comfy base where you can relax after discovering everything the Peak District offers to the max. There’s even a handy kitchenette where you can rustle up a delicious picnic and flask of coffee to take on your next day out whether that might be a walk across open moorland, rock-climbing, or visiting Bakewell for a slice of the town’s famous tart.
Stone steps lead up to the private entrance of this suite which is compact and cosy, but has everything you’ll need to be very comfortable and self-sufficient. There’s a small kitchenette with a fridge with a freezer box, sink, microwave, toaster and kettle where you can fix breakfast, snacks and packed lunches with ease.
You can take the weight off your feet on one of the cushioned chairs at the table for two whilst you enjoy some good food and a drink or two as you plan the next day’s activities.
When it’s time for sleep, there’s a comfortable king-size bed with a deep mattress and soft cotton sheets to snuggle up in from where you can watch a programme on the 37” TV. There’s also a modern en-suite shower room with underfloor heating.
You’ll also have access to a sitting-out area in the courtyard area of the farm, which is a few steps from the suite. This area is shared with another cottage.
The owners live on the site and are available to answer any questions you may have. However, there is a lockbox with a key to allow for a self-check-in. There are other holiday properties on the site and the sitting-out area in the courtyard is a shared area. There is ample parking.
If you'd like to offset the carbon emissions from your trip get in touch and we can arrange this for a small fee.
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The location is semi-rural and once you’re settled in, there isn’t any need for a car if all you’re after is a relaxing stay with fine Peak District country walks from the door. The local village is about a 5-10-minute stroll away and is very pretty and peaceful with limestone houses, a duck pond and a pub that serves good local ales and food.
The nearest shops are approximately 3 miles away in Eyam. If you want more choice of places to eat and drink, there are plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs in neighbouring villages and towns. Bakewell is just a 10-minute drive away and here foodies should check out the fine dining options at Fischer Baslow Hall, while history buffs should head to Chatsworth House. The spa town of Buxton is also a short drive, of about 20 minutes, and is a lovely place to explore.
If you’re looking for more action, activities including abseiling, rock-climbing, guided walks and cycling can be pre-arranged by the property owners. Please ask our Guest Services team for details.
A car is advised for travelling to this property. There is a local bus service that operates from the pub in the village which is a 5-10-minute walk away.
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