This mid-terrace cottage is located in a courtyard setting alongside a café.
The cottage is in the centre of the Derbyshire town of Bakewell and is just a couple of minutes’ walk from a range of interesting shops, cafes and pubs.
You enter the cottage through a courtyard and step into the open plan living area with a modern kitchen and a comfy seating area.
Head up the spiral staircase to discover the double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room.
Outside the front door is a popular café and just a few steps will bring you to a range of interesting and quirky shops in the town centre.
Bakewell is known as a foodie heaven with the famous Bakewell Pudding available for a special treat.
Enjoy discovering the many cafes, tea rooms and pubs in the town or head out to the nearby towns of Buxton and Matlock to indulge in some retail therapy.
Within short drives are the magnificent Chatsworth Estate and Haddon Hall, providing fascinating insights into a bygone age.
Outdoors enthusiasts will love the area with the many walking and cycling trails of the Peak District National Park providing a range of activities for all abilities.
A lovely cottage in the heart of a delightful town and superb countryside.
One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Chatsworth 4 miles; Matlock 8 miles; Buxton 12 miles.
An attractive little market town retaining a delightful rural atmosphere and offering a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as local farmers’ markets. There is an old 17th Century market hall in the town centre and a modern leisure centre with swimming pool nearby. Bakewell is situated within the Peak District National Park and is ideally placed for exploring this beautiful region. Both the rugged Dark Peak and the softer limestone White Peak are within easy reach, and Alton Towers, Britain’s premier theme park, is only a short drive away. There are many stately homes to visit including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall to mention just a few, while the impressive caverns in nearby Castleton and Little John’s burial place in Hathersage are also well worth a visit.