Stunning character cottage with a unique sense of style with the imaginative use of colour and quirky furnishings providing an opulent rural Peak District escape you won’t forget in a hurry.
This stunning stone-built cottage, situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park, sleeps four and warmly welcomes one dog. Enjoy a rural retreat in luxury with walkies galore and a boutique-style home-from-home to return to. Leave no leg unstretched and no smell unsniffed on the long-distance path of the Limestone Way (11 miles) before settling down for a cosy night in by the wood burner with a glass of wine.
Relax in the opulent lounge, with a content canine sleeping at your feet and enjoy a movie or a good book. Head into the immaculately decorated kitchen and rustle up a tasty meal to enjoy around the dining table. With exposed stonework, beams, fur throws and candelabras, this room exudes luxury and is the perfect place to socialise and plan tomorrow’s adventures. Retreat upstairs to the master bedroom to be welcomed by a sumptuous four-poster bed with a slipper bath in the room for ultimate relaxation and romance. Enjoy a morning coffee and breakfast outside at the bistro table whilst a sleepy hound basks in the sunshine on the patio.
Explore the 105 acres of stunning dog-friendly gardens, miles of footpaths, extravagant water features and magnificent views at Chatsworth House (11 miles). Climb Mam Tor (13 miles), meaning ‘Mother Hill’, a 517-metre-high hill that offers stunning panoramic vistas across the park and limestone ridge. Race around Buxton Country Park (6.5 miles) and let Fido sniff around Grinlow Woods before walking to the summit to find Solomon’s Temple, and pause for a well-deserved breather and enjoy some spectacular views across the High Peak.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.