- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Games Room
A lovely, 300-year old, Grade II listed cottage, situated just off the main square in the historic village of Eyam, 5 miles from Bakewell. Modernised to offer superb, well-equipped and comfortable accommodation, the property offers four bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities, a spacious sitting room with warming real fire and a patio garden with views over the village. A short walk from the village store and pub, the Miner's Arms, the property is also ideally based for touring the surrounding area. The picturesque market town of Bakewell is just 5 miles away, offering a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, while good walking is available in the Peak District National Park. With Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall also within easy reach, this is an ideal base for a relaxing break, at any time of year.
Four bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin, WC, 1 x twin with additional truckle bed (limited space when truckle bed in use), 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin, WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with real fire. Note: Property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - contact office for information.
Gas central heating with real fire in sitting room. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV, DVD, stereo, DVDs/CDs/books/games. Gas & electricity inc. in rent. Fuel for fire available to purchase locally. Bed linen inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Small patio garden with furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome at £10 per week. Sorry, no smoking. Shops & pub 2 mins walk. Note: £100 refundable Good Housekeeping bond.
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About the location
Bakewell 5 miles; Tideswell 5 miles.
Eyam is one of the best-preserved villages in the Peak District National Park, nestled at the foot of Sir William Hill, 800ft above sea level and is surrounded by the most glorious countryside. Historically the village is known as the famous 'plague village', as it went into voluntary quarantine when the plague was imported from London in 1665 and thus prevented the spread of the disease. There are many fine old houses in Eyam, and parts of the village have been kept as they looked several centuries ago, such as Eyam Hall (National Trust), a beautiful 17th century manor house with delightful gardens, craft shops and tea rooms. Above the village lies Eyam Moor, a fine area for walking, with fantastic views across the Derwent Valley, with its many Bronze Age remains and monuments. Visit Bakewell (5 miles) a picturesque market town which holds a livestock market every Monday and the home of the world famous Bakewell Pudding. Explore the mysterious caverns of Castleton, the elegant spa town of Buxton or enjoy the many stately homes on offer including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall, to mention a few. With Alton Towers, Britain's premier theme park, only a short drive away, this is an ideal base for all the family.