Cottage near Cressbrook, Buxton

Peak District. Sleeps up to 6

Stay in a location where Cressbrook Dale joins the River Wye and Millers Dale becomes Monsal Dale. This puts the property at the very heart of some of the most classic Derbyshire dales scenery. The Dale sits between Buxton and Bakewell and this beautiful part of the Peak District National Park is a walkers and cyclists paradise with a number of stunning walks straight from the door. There are numerous cycle routes including the Tissington Trail High Peak Trail and Monsal Trail. Historical highlights in the area include Chatsworth House Haddon Hall Eyam Hall Peveril Castle and Bolsover Castle all worth a visit. Stepping into the welcoming barn lands you in the kitchen/diner which offers a serene country theme with cream units and oak effect worktops. There is everything you need for a home from home such as electric oven and hob fridge freezer dishwasher microwave and washing machine there is also a tumble dryer in the garage. Take time and enjoy a lazy breakfast at the kitchen table planning the day s activities ahead. The nearby lounge is a wonderful place to relax sink into the sofas and put your feet up by the wood burner and watch the TV or open the double doors to the garden and let the fresh air flood in. There is a further snug with sofa and handy separate WC nearby. Upstairs on the first floor the property offers a beautiful master bedroom with king-size bed complimented with exposed crook beams and en-suite shower room and WC. There is a further king-size bedroom and a twin bedroom which provides relaxing spaces for a restful night s sleep. The bathroom presents a bath separate shower and WC. The garden is fully enclosed and boasts lovely views of the nearby dale there is a table and chairs and BBQ to really make the most of the summer months by spending time with good company and relaxing. There is off-road parking for two cars.

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Weekly prices from £610

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