A converted barn that enjoys stunning rural views and a cosy yet bright and airy interior. Walking distance from the local pub and access to a trail into the parklands of Chatsworth House.
Originally the village cobbler’s shop, this pretty barn conversion has direct access to the grounds of Chatsworth House. With one double bedroom, this holiday home is the perfect destination for couples seeking a tranquil break with their pet. If you do want to holiday with friends, then the neighbouring property can be booked to accommodate up to four guests in total. Stroll to the dog-friendly village pub or take in views across the Peak District from the challenging ridgeway walk across Curbar Edge.
This delightful stone cottage offers cosy accommodation with traditional features including exposed beams and brickwork. The light and airy living room has a comfortable sofa to cuddle up on after a day exploring the area, while your hound rests at your feet. The dining table is perfect to seat two for a casual supper prepared in the compact but well-equipped kitchen. Upstairs is the pretty double bedroom with en-suite. Enjoy the patio area as your furry friend stretches out in the sunshine.
Your canine companion will feel like top dog as you leave your front door and step straight onto the trail that takes you to Chatsworth House. Take in the lovely scenery on one of the walks from nearby Baslow (2 miles) where you can stroll along the riverbank or stretch those paws as you climb up to Curbar Gap for sensational views across the valley. Make sure you buy one of the famous puddings in Bakewell (5 miles) as you and your canine companion explore the medieval town. Have a ball as you and your furry friends ride the vintage tram at Crich Tram Museum (18 miles), hop off to discover the woodland walk and sculpture trail and enjoy a hearty lunch in the restored public house.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.