This outstanding semi-detached barn conversion is located in the pretty Derbyshire village of Hollington near Ashbourne.
Luxurious throughout and providing spacious, sumptuous accommodation, this Hollington cottage is just ideal for that romantic getaway in this pretty part of Derbyshire.
With open plan living throughout, there is a superbly equipped kitchen and cosy seating area complete with 3D HD TV, and also on the ground floor is a twin bedroom with original beams and en-suite facilities.
Upstairs is a romantic super king-sized bed, and a bathroom with luxurious deep tub to soak in after a day of exploration in this beautiful area.
Outside, this Hollington cottage there is a pretty gravelled garden with furniture, which overlooks the owner’s field and pet sheep, from where you can enjoy either a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
Hollington has a traditional pub, and the area provides numerous walks, cycling, fishing and golf opportunities throughout some of the most scenic countryside in the Peak District.
With the market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Matlock all within easy reach, this Hollington cottage is the perfect romantic retreat for that touch of luxury.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Refs. 1928 and 2287, together they sleep 14.
Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Ashbourne 6 miles.
Steeped in history and situated at the southern end of the Peak District, the lovely village of Hollington, mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, provides home to a scattering of traditional brick built cottages, old farmhouses and barn conversions, whilst being surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside and offering a number of country pubs renowned locally for excellent service and fine cuisine. Nearby Ashbourne is the perfect example of an English market town, boasting an eccentric street plan, narrow, cobbled alleys, old market stalls and many fine coaching inns. In its heyday, during the 18th century, the town was a fashionable social centre and many fine Georgian buildings remain from this period. Today the town still has much to offer with a good selection of restaurants, whilst being regarded as something of a haven for antique hunters - but don't expect a bargain! For those who prefer outdoor pursuits, the Dove and Manifold Valleys are close by offering good walking and cycling, whilst Alton Towers is just 25 minutes away!