Situated within the grounds of the owners home is this romantic retreat perfect for couples and friends wanting a comfortable and stylish get away and a place in the Peak District to switch of from it all.
Head out on long walks through the Peak District two of your most loyal companions by your side. This attractive holiday home is set on the ground floor of a converted stone barn and welcomes a pair of happy hounds as well as two guests. The one-bedroom property, which is set in a hamlet on the outskirts of Chapel-en-le-Frith, close to the fringes of the national park. Perfect for a couple seeking a romantic retreat, it benefits from shared, leafy gardens.
Step inside and find yourselves in a hall where you can leave jackets, shoes and dog leads, then head on through into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Let your contented canines stretch out while you prepare dinner in the kitchen area. Settle on the comfortable seating with a glass of wine before laying the table and serving up. Pull open the glass doors on warm evenings or choose something to watch on the Smart TV/DVD while the pups recline at your feet. Take your delighted dogs outside for a last turn around the gardens before bidding them good-night and making your way into the king-size bedroom. The large shower room has the same light, modern appeal as the rest of the holiday home. Enjoy breakfast at the table in front of the barn on summer mornings and light the BBQ in the main garden while your chums splash about in the brook nearby. Find space for two cars at the barn.
Stride out from home to discover any number of magnificent footpaths to follow with your happy hounds. Walk 3 miles to Combs Moss for beautiful views out across moorland or head 3.5 miles through the Goyt Valley to Fernilee Reservoir. Your four-legged friends can also accompany you on visits to the famous Peak District caverns at Castleton, 6.5 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.