An enchanting property nestled amidst the natural beauty of the Peak District National Park. The Irishman’s is a wonderful place from which to enjoy the many attractions of this beautiful area.
With countryside walks on the doorstep and a lovely garden to stretch out in, this detached stone cottage is ideal for couples wishing to share their holiday with a faithful canine companion. One of four properties in the location, this one-bedroom cottage is the perfect base for exploring the unspoilt countryside, visiting ancient castles and underground mines or discovering the quaint villages within a short drive.
This delightful cottage retains a wealth of original features that give it a charming, cosy feel. Your hound will love curling up in front of the lounge’s wood burner with a choice of colourful rugs to stretch out on. The open-plan living space means they are never far from your side as you prepare a meal in the well-equipped kitchen or share breakfast at the table for two. The lovely double bedroom has an en-suite shower room perfect for freshening up after a long walk. Relax outside with an al fresco supper on your patio or take a walk to say goodnight to the alpacas in the paddock.
Step out of your front door to access the public footpaths leading to glorious countryside walks. Sniff out your favourite trails through the Hope Valley and hike the 3-mile route to the summit of Mam Tor for spectacular views across the White Peak. Explore the ancient ruins of Peveril Castle on the edge of Castleton and search for the foundations of the original walls inside the courtyard. Discover the incredible geological sights at Treak Cliff Cavern where your four-legged friend is welcome too. View all major Dark Peak summits from the top of Eccle’s Pike, a 1.5 mile walk from the centre of Chapel-en-le-Frith (3 miles) where you can take in the 360-degree panorama.