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Buxworth Cote Bank Farm Cottages Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
A self-catering cottage in a tranquil setting in the Peak District hills with stunning views just a mile from Chinley village.
Unwind by your log fire, recharge your batteries, enjoy country life at its relaxing best at Cote Bank Farm - a perfect base for walking, cycling, birdwatching and an easy drive from Bakewell, Buxton and Castleton; Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Lyme Park and so much more.
The Old House sleeps two. It was built around 1560 and gave shelter to the famous hymn writer, Charles Wesley. If you are a couple looking for a warm, comfortable hideaway in beautiful and tranquil surroundings, this is the cottage for you!
The Old House has:
An excellently equipped modern kitchen with dining area
A modern bathroom with a shower over the bath
A spacious bedroom with comfortable super-kingsize bed with electric heating underblanket for extra comfort on chilly nights
Non- allergenic duvet and pillows and 400 threadcount bedlinen
A sitting room with log burner, comfortable seating and period furniture
TV & DVD, CD player
Wonderful views of unspoilt farmland, peacefully grazing sheep and glorious hills from the front mullion windows
An outside shared laundry with a washing machine and tumble dryer
A secure locked outside room for cycles
An upstairs games room with table tennis
Safe parking a few yards from your cottage entrance
A small, sunny paved area outside the private entrance - perfect for sitting out with a morning cup of tea while you plan your day
Well-behaved dogs are welcome - at a charge of £10 per dog per week.
Buxton Wellwood Lodge Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
Sleeping 12-14 people, Wellwood Lodge is a lovely large self-catering holiday cottage in the historic and cultural spa town of Buxton in Derbyshire's Peak District.
Newly redecorated for 2016, and now enhanced by a fabulous 4 poster room with en suite it is the perfect accommodation and location for family and friends get togethers, walkers and sightseeers of all ages. Walk or drive into the varied landscape of the beautiful Peak District National Park, where rugged moors and pretty dales offer an abundance of activities from rambling, hiking, cycling, climbing, caving and fishing.
Wellwood Lodge offers you the opportunity to explore beautiful countryside accessible on foot from the door - a scenic wetlands eco area and woodland are just around the corner, while for a longer hike, you can access heather moorland by traversing the many picturesque footpaths.
Buxton's vibrant centre with specialist shops, parks, theatres and restaurants is a short walk from the house.
Wellwood Lodge offers you:
Self-catering comfort for 12/14 persons (+ 2 under 3s)
Up to 2 well behaved dogs welcome prior to arrangement
6 spacious comfortable bedrooms
4 bath/shower rooms
Huge lounge - great for entertaining
Recently refitted fully equipped kitchen
Dining room with table for 12 plus
Victorian style conservatory
Pretty garden and front terrace
Off road parking for 4 cars
Wifi internet included throughout the house
A superb location with far reaching views - countryside walks and hikes from the doorstep and Buxton town centre just a short walk away
AND SO MUCH MORE!
All inclusive prices:
3 night weekends from 900 and weeks from 1300
Special 3 or 4 night midweek breaks all year round from 900 - 1000 depending on season.
Alstonefield Dovedale Cottages Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
Discover our idyllic, Gold Award winning pretty country Church Farm Cottage and our fabulous 5 star Gold Award winning luxurious Ancestral Barn situated on our Organic Farm in Dovedale within the Peak District National Park. These lovingly restored cottages are situated in a truly unique position at the top of Hall Dale in Stanshope and therefore are ideally positioned for the Dovedale and Manifold Valleys. If you are looking for first class accommodation, surrounded by peaceful, stunning countryside then Church Farm is the place for you to get away from the demands of modern living!
Church Farm Cottage originally formed part of our main farmhouse which is Grade II listed, dating from around the 16th century and was featured in the "Period Living and Traditional Home" magazine. It is full of character with many original features of interest. As you enter the main hall there is a stone flagged floor and beamed ceiling. To the left is a fitted kitchen/dining room, also with a beamed ceiling, a gritstone fireplace, window seat and a quarry-tiled floor. Off the hall is the second bathroom with a shower cubicle, hand basin and toilet. The L-shaped lounge has a full-beamed ceiling and sandstone fireplace, inset with an old black range for those cosy open fires. You will find many needlework pictures done by the owner, and hand worked embroidery.There are polished floorboards throughout, covered with richly coloured rugs, which add considerably to the charm and tradition. The main bedroom includes a king-size canopy bed and wonderful open views across the surrounding countryside. The second bedroom has two good-sized 3'6" single beds. Both bedrooms are decorated to a high standard. The main bathroom consists of a bath, hand basin and toilet. The cottage has a secure private cottage garden.
Our ancestral barn infuses charm and character with beamed ceilings and panelled walls. This luxury barn is filled with antiques, has polished floors and richly coloured rugs. The lounge has a glorious open range fireplace and antique furniture. Three bedrooms (one accessible for the elderly or mobile disabled downstairs) feature splendid king-size canopy beds that are the very essence of comfort and luxury. All bedrooms have luxury en-suite bathrooms, two with showers, and the master bedroom has a roll top bath. Go on treat yourselves, just walk, talk, relax, and soak up the peace of our delightful countryside and return to laze around a roaring fire.
We provide duvets, linen and towels. The cottage and barn both have oil-fired central heating and electricity included. There is a cooker, fridge, freezer, a washer/dryer, microwave, colour TV, free wifi, cots and high chair, garden furniture, external lighting, private gardens and parking. We accept pets by arrangement.
Darley Dale Chesterfield House Bed and Breakfast accommodation
Chesterfield House , Chesterfield Road , Two Dales Matlock
Postcode: DE4 2EY
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Tel: 01629 732999
Mobile: 07973 460435
Vil and Claudia Karklins look forward to welcoming you into their home and will endeavour to make your stay at Chesterfield House as comfortable as possible.
Our rooms have been thoughtfully renovated to a high standard to create as much comfort as possible, including a small fridge and wine glasses should you wish to 'bring a bottle' to relax and enjoy a glass of wine in your room.
Two Dales is perfectly situated for exploring the outstanding countryside of Derbyshire and visiting some of the famous houses and gardens in the area. These include Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.
There are many good restaurants and pubs some within walking distance or a short drive away from Chesterfield House. Many of which we do have listed.
We are within easy reach of Bakewell [famous for its puddings] and the Spa towns of Buxton and Matlock. You may even like to enjoy an evening at the Buxton Opera House.
There is variety for everyone. A family day out could include a trip to the steam railway which is a short walk from Two Dales. Gulliver's Kingdom,
Heights of Abraham and Crich Tramway Museum are all a short drive away. We are half an hours drive from the M1 and Derby , Nottingham and Sheffield are all within a reasonable distance.
Derbyshire is a haven for walkers so anyone intending to bring their hiking boots will certainly not be disappointed. There are hundreds of miles of amazing countryside to be explored and enjoyed and we have several books on planned routes, which we are more than happy to lend to our guests.
After a good nights sleep, you will be served a continental or hearty full English breakfast to set you up for the day. We also offer a lighter breakfast if preferred. We do try to cater for all special dietary requirements. [notice of these would be appreciated upon booking]. All our produce is locally sourced. We usually serve breakfast between 8.00 and 9.30a.m. however we try to be flexible to our guests arrangements and timetables.
Whether you are in the area on business. Fly fishing at Chatsworth, on a walking holiday, a family trip or a wedding weekend. Or, just wanting a few days away from the 'hustle and bustle' of life. Vil and Claudia look forward to seeing you.
Congreave Congreave Farm B&B Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation
Allow us to provide you with peace and quiet with stunning views from our beautiful 18th Century farmhouse which stands in tranquil surroundings. Relax and unwind - your comfort and enjoyment are our main priority.
Enjoy a relaxing bath or shower in soft spring water - this comes directly from an underground lake on Stanton Moor. Wonderful cool water to drink direct from the tap! Quality beds in large oak-beamed bedrooms await you. A homely welcome assured.
Share with us the delights and beauty of the Peak District National Park, the pleasures of which are stiIl a joy to us even though we have lived here all our lives. Attractions in the area abound.
Visit Chatsworth House & park (3 Miles); Haddon Hall, the location of the recently filmed 'Jane Eyre'; Eyam 'Plague Village'; Bakewell, home of the delicious pudding. See the working flour mill on the river Wye at Cauldwell's Mill, and visit the newly opened 'Peak Village, a shopping complex which also houses the children's attraction 'Wind in the Willows', both in Rowsley. Travel from there on the steam railway to Matlock with Peak Rail and visit Gulliver's Kingdom and the Heights of Abraham in Matlock Bath.
Occasional hikers and seasoned ramblers alike will enjoy the many countryside walks; the rugged terrain of Kinder Scout; the gentler walks of Lathkill & Dovedale.
Whatever you do, your day starts in a comfortable large en-suite bedroom. Make use of the tea/coffee making facilities, take a bath or shower. Then enjoy a hearty, freshly cooked breakfast including locally made oatcakes fried with crispy bacon etc. We look forward to hearing from you.
Bed and Breakfast from £40 to £65 per person per night (double room for two people £80, single occupancy £65). Our comfortable, large, en-suite rooms have TV and tea/coffee making facilitie and free WiFi access.
Hope Underleigh House Bed and Breakfast accommodation
Underleigh , Lose Hill Lane, Off Edale Road , Hope Hope Valley
Postcode: S33 6AF
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Underleigh House is a superb 19th C home offering award winning, high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of magnificent walking country. Nestling under Lose Hill and overlooking the Noe valley towards Win Hill, allÂ five charming en suite bedrooms share beautiful views of these National Park features and/or the lovely colourful garden. Two bedrooms are suites with their own lounge areas. After a good night's rest, our delicious breakfasts start the day in style and feature local and home-made specialities. We offer packed lunches for the walkers and at the end of the day, guests can relax in the large, welcoming lounge. ln summer, a drink on the terrace might appeal whilst enjoying the afternoon and the evening sun. Underleigh House is within easy reach of the area's many attractions including the stately manor houses of Chatsworth, Haddon, Lyme and Hardwick, not forgetting notable towns and villages such as Bakewell (famous for its 'pudding'), the spa town of Buxton, Eyam (the 'Plague Village'), Hathersage (associated with 'Little John' and 'Jane Eyre'), and Castleton (with its caverns, castle and 'Blue John' stone). As winner of East MidlandsÂ Enjoy Excellence Gold Award in 2006 and 2009, also Silver winner at the National Excellence Awards in 2010, we take great pleasure in helping our guests enjoy their visit and aim to provide a warm welcome and genuine hospitality throughout your stay with us at Underleigh House.Â