This historic cottage has been thoughtfully refurbished and decorated to reflect its interesting history, while also providing a contemporary and comfortable feel. Within walking distance of local shops and tea rooms.
If you’re looking to spend some quality time with your family and four-legged friend, consider this delightful cottage in the heart of the Peak District. Think long, satisfying walks in the Derbyshire hills followed by snug evenings in by the wood burner. This 400-year-old stone house is ideal for a family or small group of friends, plus one canine companion.
The inside of the house boasts exposed beams, flagstone flooring and whitewashed walls in a traditional cottage style. You’ll have everything you need to cook up a feast in the refurbished kitchen. Outside, there’s a pretty garden lined with flower beds where you can enjoy a glass of wine while your happy hound lies in the shade. When it’s time to go and count sheep (or dream about chasing them), head upstairs to the comfortable bedrooms where in the morning, you’ll be greeted by lovely views over the surrounding countryside or the garden. The house is centrally heated so you’ll all feel warm and toasty even on winter days.
Eyam has a village shop and a tea room where you can enjoy a cuppa while you absorb some of the atmosphere of this quintessential Derbyshire Dales location. Wander down to Eyam’s 17th-century pub, which will welcome your four-pawed companion, for a pint of something tasty. There are lots of walking opportunities nearby, with routes up to Eyam Edge offering exceptional views as well as plenty of interesting sniffing opportunities. For some culture, head to the country house at Chatsworth, 6.5 miles away, where dogs are welcome to join in the outdoor fun but aren’t permitted in the house itself.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.