This beautifully converted lodge is the idea bolthole for a couple looking to celebrate any occasion, set in the Peak District and boasting its very own steam room.
Set against a backdrop of rolling hills, this charming lodge is a delightfully cosy den for two guests and a beloved hound. Nestled on the fringes of the Peak District National Park, it is the ideal destination for stick-chasers, hill-scamperers and enthusiastic rabbit-seekers alike. Your cosy haven awaits at the end of a busy day, where you’ll find a thoughtful welcome pack brimming with essentials and an irresistible steam room for a spot of pampering.
Studded within the owner’s grounds, the property is Grade II listed with plenty of original features including timber beams and exposed stone. Every nook contains an extra surprise, be it a contemporary-style kitchen with an array of gadgets, or a superb steam room for soothing your weary bones. Pop open a bottle of wine and rest your paws in the lounge area, or treat Fido to a slap-up supper in the impressive kitchen/diner. A fabulous wet room-style shower room is just the ticket for hosing down the mud from your four-legged friend, and there’s ample space for a snug basket in the bedroom. Once Rover is snoring peacefully, you’ll be able to sink into the comfort of the superb double bed for a restful night’s sleep. Wake up to the sound of bird song and relax with fresh coffee on the patio, anticipating a day filled with adventures.
Discover your surroundings at leisure with your canine companion by your side, marvelling at the tumbling countryside the Peak District is famous for. Matlock is a brilliant base for exploring, starting with a riverside walk along the Derwent. Hall Leys Park offers activities such as tennis and boating and is one of five public parks positioned next to the river. Further afield, Chatsworth House is 9 miles away, where you can stroll through the grounds with Rex.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.