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Ashbourne 7 miles; Bakewell 13 miles.
Parwich is a lovely old village surrounded by verdant green countryside, boasting a delightful country pub set on the village green, a church, a village hall, a playground and many pretty cottages. With an air of peace and tranquillity, Parwich dates from Saxon times, although at nearby Roystone Grange the remains of a Roman farm have been discovered. The nearby Manifold River cuts a course through superb scenery and is a delight for both walkers and cyclists, with the 'Manifold Trail' following the route of the old Leek to Manifold Light Railway. Nearby are the pretty village of Ilam, the award winning village of Alstonefield and Brassington, while golf, horse riding, cycling and sailing are all available within 7 miles. Enjoy a day out at Alton Towers or visit the impressive Chatsworth House and Kedleston and Sudbury Halls, all under 10 miles. Also within easy reach are Matlock Bath, Carsington Water and Alton Towers, while further afield are the market towns of Ashbourne and Leek.
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Parwich 2 miles. A pair of lovely barn conversions with views over the beautiful surrounding Peak District countryside, next to the owners’ farmhouse, 2 miles from the pretty village of Parwich and 9 miles from Ashbourne. Both Parwich cottages offer warm and welcoming hideaways, with beams and lovely views to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Peak District. In fine weather, dine alfresco or stop and say hello to the owners’ pet donkeys! The old village of Parwich is just a short distance from these Peak District cottages and has some beautiful old buildings and a super village pub. Enjoy cycling or walking on the nearby Tissington Trail, or a sightseeing tour of the Peak District National Park to include the market towns of Buxton or Ashbourne, Chatsworth House and nearby Dovedale. Alternatively test your nerve at thrilling Alton Towers! These Parwich cottages make an ideal base to get away from it all and enjoy a country break.
This lovely semi-detached barn conversion, attached to the owners’ farmhouse is situated 2 miles from the pretty village of Parwich and 9 miles from Ashbourne. Full of charm and boasting views over the surrounding countryside, this Peak District cottage offers a well-equipped kitchen with dining area, a cosy sitting room with an electric woodburner-effect stove, two comfortable bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside this Parwich cottage is off road parking for two cars, and a patio area, where you can enjoy a cold drink whilst admiring the wonderful views, or you may wish to make friends with the owners’ donkeys! This Parwich cottage is an ideal base to get away from it all and enjoy a country break in the stunning Peak District National Park. Note: This cottage is next to Ref 19144, together they sleep 8.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin & WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting area with electric woodburner-effect stove.
Electric storage heating with electric stove in sitting room. Electric cooker & hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, stereo, WiFi. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage available. Patio area with furniture & fantastic countryside views. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop & pub 2 miles.
Open until 9.30pm
Previous visitors' comments about Bluebird Cottage:
Easy to find, off the main road and very peaceful.
Mr Morley, London, February 2013
A good location. Cottage was clean and well equipped. Owners very welcoming.
Ms Wilinska, Stockport, February 2013
Everything about this cottage was to a very high standard and to be commended for all the criteria listed above. We would not hesitate in recommending this cottage as one of the best in Derbyshire.
Mrs Moores, Ripley, November 2012
Very cosy and well equipped accommodation in beautiful setting.
Mrs Doherty, Folkestone, October 2012