Beautifully decorated 100-year-old stone cottage which has been decorated with a mix of traditional features and contemporary style and offers ample space for guests, both inside and out.
Make no mistake, this exceptional 100-year-old stone cottage, located in the Derwent Valley is a haven for families looking to have the ideal dog-friendly break. You and up to three canine companions can look forward to the perfect blend of traditional features and contemporary style when you stay in this tranquil Peak District-bordering setting.
Marvelling the views over the valley, lead the way up the small garden steps with your four-legged friend through the bush-lined front garden to the main entrance. Step into the welcoming hall and you’ll instantly feel right at home. The sitting/dining room comes complete with wooden floors (ideal for muddy paws) and plenty of space for your dog to lie down and keep warm by the cosy wood burner. A stone-flagged kitchen plays host to a unique map-covered feature wall that’s tremendous for plotting out your walks. Moving upstairs, you will find the cottage’s two bedrooms providing guests with copious amounts of comfort. An elegant corner bath with separate shower facility for all guests to share is on the same floor. At the rear of the cottage, you can unwind in the courtyard while your pet runs around to their heart’s content. A summer house sits just outside the back door as well as a further stone walled courtyard, along with a lawned garden/patio sitting area that is carefully secured for keeping little legs perfectly safe.
Exploring the area is a real pleasure, largely thanks to much of the landscape being managed by the National Trust. Walks can be joined right from the back gate, meaning no driving is necessary, should you not want to travel. Less than 7 miles away you can visit Bakewell; home of the famous pudding.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.