This terraced cottage is a little gem, situated on a side street on the edge of Old Glossop.
A wonderful base for exploring the Peak District, the property is just a short stroll from any local amenities you may need.
The cottage is entered directly into the sitting room, which has a lovely open stone wall and a feature fireplace with decorative woodburner-effect stove and leads into the freestanding kitchen, complete with Belfast sink.
Stairs take you upstairs, but take care as they are quite steep.
The double bedroom has a TV and antique furniture and there is also a cosy single bedroom.
There is a bathroom and, to the rear of the cottage, accessed through the kitchen, a pleasant, sunny garden with a lawn and a small patio.
The town of Glossop has a good selection of shops and pubs, the nearest of which are just around the corner from the cottage, with several other pubs within a quarter of a mile.
There is an 18-hole golf course with a pay per play scheme, and the spa town of Buxton which is just a short drive away, offers a lovely day out and the chance to explore its majestic gardens and architecture.
There are so many wonderful things to see and do nearby, making this little holiday home a hidden delight.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Buxton 14 miles.
The bustling, former mill town of Glossop sits in the north west of Derbyshire, surrounded by magnificent scenery in the Peak District. The town has plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a golf course with a pay-per-play scheme. Nearby, Manor Park was once the grounds of Glossop Hall, which belonged to the Dukes of Norfolk. Today it provides a wonderful spot for a picnic in the summer, with bowling greens, a semi-natural woodland, a children’s play area and tennis courts. The town of Glossop is also ideally situated for exploring the nearby Peak District National Park, with many attractions for walkers, cyclists and tourists. These include the peaceful village of Hayfield, less than five miles away and popular with walkers due its close proximity to Kinder Scout. A little further afield, Edale is the start of the Pennine Way and also caters well for tourists with its own collection of pubs, cafes and restaurants. As well as its magnificent scenery, the Peak District has many other attractive places to visit, including Chatsworth House, the spa town of Buxton and its majestic gardens and architecture. Visit the famous Blue John show caves at Castleton, the mining museum at Matlock and the Derwent Valley reservoirs, where The Dambusters practised low-level flying in World War II. 15 miles away, only half an hour by train, is Manchester with all its big city amenities and attractions. Here, you will find the United and City football stadiums, an abundance of high street and boutique shops, theatres, restaurants, a concert hall and a vibrant night life. With so much to see, do and visit in the surrounding area, you are sure of a fun-filled holiday!