Some Selected Accommodation Listings .....
Youlgrave Overdale Cottage Self-catering Holiday Cottage accommodation
Overdale Cottage is a beautiful 200 year old former lead miner's cottage in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Set in a stunning location tucked away down a cobbled footpath on the side of Bradford Dale in the picturesque village of Youlgrave.A superb and very spacious one bedroom cottage, it is full of character with exposed beams and stonework, original gritstone fireplace with woodburning stove and full gas central heating.There is a spacious and comfortable beamed sitting room with exposed limestone walls, original gritstone fireplace and woodburning stove. There is a comfortable suite, flat screen TV with Freesat digital TV. Complimentary WiFi access.To the rear of the sitting room is the dining area with cast iron radiator and feature spiral staircase which leads to the bedroom and separate bathroom which has a full suite with shower over the bath.Gritstone steps lead from the sitting room to the superb beamed kitchen with exposed limestone wall. Here you will find everything you need for your stay, plenty of crockery and cutlery, pots and pans, oven and hob, fridge with 4-star freezer compartment, microwave, washing machine and combination gas boiler which gives full central heating and constant hot water.You will also find a few basic essentials such as a little tea and coffee, pint of fresh milk, dishcloth, tea towel, kitchen roll, washing up liquid and condiments. The view from the kitchen window makes washing up a pleasure!A stable door opens up to a small courtyard area with steps leading up to the gravelled garden and roof terrace which has incredible views over the dale.There is a patio table and chairs and also a garden bench where you can sit and while away the hours with a glass of wine or cup of tea and when the weather is warm and the and the sun is shining it is the perfect place to be.
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.
Hope Twitchill Farm Cottages Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
Twitchill Farm Cottages
Twitchill Farm , Bowdens Lane, , Hope Hope Valley
Postcode: S33 6ZE
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Two charming self-catering cottages with spectacular views overlooking Derbyshire Hope Valley and surroundings.
Ash, Birch cottages are tastefully converted, stone-built cottages nestling around Twitchill Farm, an 18th century farmhouse which is now the home of Sarah Atkin.
Ash and Birch Cottages are charming three-storey cottages which each sleep up to 8 people. They each have four separate bedrooms; one twin room and one room with spacious bunk beds, plus two double rooms, ideal for adults or children. Both share a large lawned garden, ideal for barbecues and lawn parties.
The cottages all have fully equipped kitchens and are tasefully decorated and furnished throughout. They share a Utility Room which offers a tumble drier, washing machine, additional freezer space.
The farm has a heated indoor swimming pool We are sorry that dogs and other pets are not permitted at the cottages.
Prices (per week)Reductions for less than 8 people
Ash and Birch Cottages: from 450 to 1050
Darley Moor, Matlock The Old Farmhouse Farm-based Holiday Cottage accommodation
Set in the Derbyshire Dales on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Woodside Farm, Nr Matlock, was once a dairy farm is now run as a smallholding, standing in five acres with free-range chickens and sheep graze in the surrounding fields. The farm and holiday cottage occupy a super rural position with fantastic views over the Derwent Valley and surrounding countryside. We are ideally situated for exploring the Peak District and the areas many attractions, with Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell and of course Matlock and Matlock Bath close by.
The farmhouse sleeps 4-5 people and the accommodation is as follows:
Lounge: Log burning stove,sofa bed and chairs, freeview colour television, video and DVD/CD player.Kitchen /Dining room: Table and chairs, oak beams, electric cooker and hob, refridgerator, microwave and washing machine.Shower Room: With wash basin and toilet.Drying room :With tumble dryer.Entrance hall: For storage of bikes etc.
Bedroom 1: One double bed with cot or Z-bed if required.Bedroom 2: Two single beds.Wash room: Wash basin and toilet.
Linen: Each of the beds are fitted with quilts and pillows. All bed linen is included plus towels and tea towels.Electricity:Included in the tariff.Cot and high chair: Provided on request.Outside: A small walled garden to the front and to the back a lawned area, patio table & chairs and portable barbecue are provided + new childrens play area with climbing frame. Washing line and pegs provided.Parking: For two cars directly outside the cottage.
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
Bradley Holly Meadow Farm Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation
Holly Meadow Farm
Holly Meadow Farm , Pinfold Lane , Bradley Ashbourne
Postcode: DE6 1PN
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Tel: 01335 370261
Mobile: 07970 922856
Huge skies, far reaching views, peaceful countryside, abundant wildlife, homemade comforts, leisurely breakfasts, genuine welcome, quality time. You have reached the end of the tarmac!Holly Meadow Farm is a 260 acre working farm set in rural Derbyshire Dales a short distance from Ashbourne, Dove Dale and the Peak District National Park. For lovers of stately homes, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Kedleston Hall and other National Trust properties are within easy reach by car.Our spacious B&B double rooms have far reaching views and en-suite facilities. Period furniture, polished wooden floors and snug rugs, thick fluffy towels, digital TV, radio alarm, hairdryer, comprehensive beverage tray with homemade biscuits, room refrigerator and wi-fi are provided for your comfort. Ironing facilities are available.You will be served a delicious award winning farmhouse breakfast, freshly prepared on the Aga from top quality home grown and locally sourced produce. The breakfast includes seasonal fruit compotes, yoghurt and cereals, traditional full English accompanied by Derbyshire oatcakes and homemade preserves. You can choose a lighter option if you wish.We have created gentle walks of different lengths around the farm. If you want to stretch your legs a little further, you can leave your car here and explore the network of paths in the region. The Tissington and High Peak trails are close by too. If needed, we can dry out your boots and outdoor clothing! We can store your bicycles too.Dogs are welcome STRICTLY BY PRIOR PERMISSION.We look forward to welcoming you and do our utmost to ensure that your stay at Holly Meadow Farm is an enjoyable one. You do not need to take our word for it, come and check it out. Many have done and keep on coming back.