Hulland Ward 2 miles.
A charming detached barn conversion located on the southern edge of the Peak District National Park, in the picturesque village of Mugginton.
Close to the hamlet of Hulland Ward, this Peak District cottage is just a short drive from the watersports centre of Carsington Water and the town of Ashbourne.
This Peak District cottage offers spacious, contemporary accommodation with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, and provides an ideal retreat for family and friends who wish to spend time together in a peaceful and unspoilt part of the country.
This stylish cottage near Carsington Water has three lovely bedrooms offering flexible sleeping arrangements, a well-equipped kitchen and a comfortable sitting room with woodburning stove.
Outside there is a large patio and gravelled area, perfect for enjoying alfresco dining on a summer's evening, and beyond is use of the owner's field, where you can exercise your dogs or play a game of football.
Situated in the village of Mugginton, which benefits from a lovely church with features dating back as far as the 11th and 12th centuries, this Mugginton cottage is a wonderfully relaxing holiday base.
If you fancy a night off from cooking there is even a fantastic modern pub/restaurant opposite the cottage serving delicious meals or you can have a drink and enjoy the views.
A short distance from this Peak District cottage is the hamlet of Hulland Ward, which is steeped in history and has a pub and shop, plus Kedleston Hall is nearby and well worth a visit, as is the ancient market town of Ashbourne and a little further afield is the charming Derbyshire town of Matlock.
A perfect holiday destination at any time of year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Carsington Water 2.5 mile; Ashbourne 5 miles.
Steeped in history and situated at the southern end of the Peak District lies the lovely hamlet of Hulland Ward, which, nine centuries ago, was the Royal Duffield Forest of Frith. Hulland Ward is made up from a number of smaller hamlets including Hulland Moss, Hulland Upper and Nether Biggin, and is comprised of a scattering of traditional brick built cottages, old farmhouses and barn conversions, 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. The town offers 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, Carsington Water is one of the country's premier watersports centres, offering excellent sailing and a host of other activities including walking, bird watching, cycling and pony rides, whilst Alton Towers is just 45 minutes away!