Buxton 8 miles.
A magnificent, detached stone barn conversion situated in unspoilt open countryside, with uninterrupted views across fields and Gradbach Forest, the site of Lud's Church, and the Roaches, in the Peak District National Park.
Lovingly restored and immaculately-presented throughout, the well-equipped kitchen in this spacious Wildboarclough cottage offers a dining area, original exposed beams and an exposed stone wall.
The bright and airy sitting room boasts patio doors overlooking Dane Valley, a woodburner and further exposed stone walls, adding to the property's charm and character, and making for a delightful room to sit in and relax after a day's walking.
Upstairs, this Buxton cottage continues to impress, with a large landing area housing a cot, and 3 steps leading down and up to the king-size bedroom with its exposed oak beams, wall joists and high galleried ceiling, creating a feeling of quality and style.
Located adjacent to the owners' home, this Buxton cottage sits within 20 acres of peaceful pastureland where there are sheep grazing and a public footpath, guests are welcome to wander through this picturesque land and enjoy the stunning surroundings.
The towns of Buxton and Macclesfield are within easy driving distance and both are renowned for their variety of shops and restaurants.
With fantastic walking right from the doorstep to sites such as the Hanging Stone and Three Shires Head, delightful countryside views, and original character, this is the perfect romantic Buxton base for exploring the Peak District.
One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin, bidet and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Tideswell 7 miles; Bakewell 12 miles; Matlock 21 miles.
It was the constant 28 degrees centigrade of the bubbling blue waters of Buxton's eight thermal springs that originally attracted the Romans to the town. However it was during the 18th and 19th centuries, under the patronage of successive Dukes of Devonshire, that the Palladian splendour of the Buxton of today was designed and built - including the magnificent semi-circular Crescent, The Great Stable, Hall Bank, The Square, The Pavilion Gardens and The Opera House. Today visitors continue to enjoy these magnificent buildings and gardens, as well as the Opera House's full programme and annual festivals of music and arts. There is good walking close by with rugged peaks to the north and gentle hills and dales to the south and a number of pretty towns and villages are dotted throughout including Bakewell, Ashford-in-the-Water, Castleton and Edale. The stunning properties of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are within easy driving distance and must be seen while visiting this area. A great base for exploring the Peak District.