West Cawlow Barn

Hulme End near Hartington, Peak District (Ref. 632)

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Cottage features

  • Off road parking
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
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  • Pets


The property

The larger of two superb holiday homes situated in a pleasant position on the edge of the pretty village of Hulme End. The adjoining properties have both been created from the quality conversion of an old stone-built Grade II listed barn. Both properties offer extremely spacious accommodation and have been furnished and equipped to a very high standard. Care has been taken to retain the original character and charm of these lovely old buildings and features include beams, granary steps and mullioned and 'pitching hole' windows. The owners live in a nearby farmhouse and personally welcome visitors. An excellent base for exploring the Peaks at any time of the year. Please note: West Cawlow Barn adjoins East Cawlow Barn Ref. 633 and together they can accommodate up to 11 people.


Three bedrooms: 1 x family with double and single, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Three piece bathroom with shower over bath. Extra three piece bathroom on ground floor with shower over bath. Superb well equipped fitted kitchen with dining area. Delightful and spacious beamed sitting room with gas fire. Ample storage for mountain bikes etc.


  • Electric night storage heaters with electric panel heaters and gas fire in sitting room
  • Gas cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV, DVD, stereo etc
  • All fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair available
  • Ample off road parking
  • Large garden with swings for children, garden furniture and BBQ
  • Fishing by arrangement
  • Sorry, no pets
  • Non smokers preferred
  • Shop and pub 5 mins walk
  • Note: This owner collects a refundable £50 Good Housekeeping bond
  • Note: Short breaks at this property can only start on a Friday.

Note: Short breaks at this property can only start on a Friday.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Off-season
  • Last minute

Guest Reviews


    • “Great place to stay to visit the area”
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    • “My parents rented the barn for their Golden Wedding anniversary. They stayed all week and we stayed for 2 nights at the end of the week. The barn is just outside the village of Hulme End and is a great place to stay. Often when you stay in places that sleep 5 or 6, it can be a bit of a squash and as much as I love my parents, I'm a bit too old to sit on their knee! However all the rooms here were lovely and spacious so it was a great place to stay for a few days. The living room is lovely and light, with a TV and DVD player, the kitchen is very roomy with a nice big table, the 3 bedrooms are all of a decent size and the 2 full bathrooms (both with bath and shower) is a great touch when you have several people staying together. The decor may be a little dated, but perfectly acceptable and it is immaculately clean. Would have no hesitation in recommending this to anybody who was looking for a rental in the area.”

    HJenkins71, London, United Kingdom, September 2015

    • “A great holiday”
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    • “Fab place beautiful barn excellent holiday hosts really friendly beautiful walks all around us facilities in the barn were excellent we had a lovely holiday and i would recommened a stay here to anybody”

    A FlipKey Verified Reviewer, Doncaster, September 2011

    • “Hulme End”
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    • “We were made very welcome and the house and location were excellent, well equipped warm and comfortable. The weather was perfect too which was a bonus. Everything we had hoped for as a short holiday location.”

    A FlipKey Verified Reviewer, Ware Hertfordshire, June 2010

    • “Not luxury by today's standards but decent value.”
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    • “Overall standard was a level above basic (by today's self catering standards) however a very nice location and close to a popular walk. The house was clean and warm and had plenty of heating - gas, on-demand and storage - though some bedding felt a bit thin for November and no extra blankets on offer. Some instructions for gas appliances would have been good to save time, for those of us not used to them on a regular basis. Kitchenware was minimal and some essentials eg tea/coffee, loo roll were short - only costs a few extra pounds to provide ample of these. Furnishings a bit dated circa 1980s, could do with interior upgrade and re-invention as a really traditional-feeling farmhouse! Security deposit method a bit cumbersome. Should be noted that there is no wi-fi OR mobile reception (Vodafone at least) here - trip to the top of the hill needed for mobile calls! Excellent value for what we paid for six people though.”

    Kenny F, Fortrose, United Kingdom, December 2014

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    • “Everything in the Barn was first rate, with plenty of space for five adults. It couldn't have been cleaner and there was a very warm welcome from the owner as we arrived. The local pub had excellent food and the village was situated in a good position to tour around the Peak District.”

    Mr Anthoney, Stafford, September 2015

    • “West Cawlow Barn is excellently situated within the southern part of the White Peak. If you like walking and hiking, there are two superb walks starting right in front of the house. But the best is yet to come; our hosts were exceptionally friendly and helpful and really took care of us! We had a wonderful time and given the chance we would surely will return.”

    Mrs Schick, Stuttgart, August 2015

    • “West Cawlow Barn is beautifully comfortable and delightfully clean. It is perfectly located at the top of the Manifold Trail and makes a fantastic base from which to explore many parts of the White Peak area. Our three children had the freedom of the garden and experienced a brilliant outdoors holiday while having the comforts of a warm barn, comfortable sofa's and TV/DVD facilities at the end of a long tiring day. The owners are friendly and welcoming. A huge thank you.”

    Ms Walsh, Lichfield, April 2015

    • “The barn is in a great position with fantastic views. The owner was very friendly and welcoming and we had everything we needed in the property.”

    Miss Laycock, Poole, March 2015

    • “A lovely property, very clean and well equipped. The owner was very friendly and helpful and the property is in a good location for sightseeing.”

    Mrs Howells, Bridgend, March 2015

    • “Great space and amazing views! The people who own the Barn were lovely and on hand and access to walks and towns, perfect. Stunning.”

    Mr Lindop, Hull, December 2014

    • “West Cawlow Barn was in an excellent condition and it was really comfortable. Plenty of everything you needed and the owners were very welcoming. We would recommend to anybody wanting to stay in the area.”

    Mrs Brigstock, London, August 2014

    • “The property was immaculate and had absolutely everything we needed. The owners of the property were really friendly and made us feel welcome. The location was brilliant and enabled us to go for lots of long walks.”

    Mrs Hunt, Sleaford, April 2014

    • “Everything was to hand, excellent accommodation and very friendly owners. We were able to come and go from the barn as it suited us and we all felt very relaxed. Even the local pub was close by.”

    Mrs Beswick, Rugby, December 2013

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About the location


Hartington 2 miles; Buxton 10 miles.

The small pretty village of Hulme End is situated in the picturesque Manifold Valley within The Peak District National Park. The village has a shop and pub which serves good food. The popular Manifold Trail is on the doorstep and nearby are the Tissington Trail, Dovedale and the well known village of Hartington which offers a wider selection of amenities and shops. The whole area is a paradise for walking, cycling and horse riding. Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are both within a 20 minute drive and Alton Towers, the Churnet Valley Railway and the Staffordshire potteries are within easy reach.

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