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Hazelmere Cottage

Creswell, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 1021053)

4.8

Excellent

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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13 Customer Reviews

  • "Yes we had a great time the cottage was perfect for our stay had everything we needed and was in a good location for getting too and from surrounding areas, would definitely stay again."

    Lovely touch with the Easter lollies for kids

    Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback and I'm so pleased your family had great time. Property Owner

    Reviewed by BarryApr 2022

  • "On the whole we had a great stay in Hazelmere Cottage."

    Everything we need was provided. The beds were very comfortable, the property was clean and very presented. Unfortunately the stairs were very steep which was a challenge as we are both over 70, but on the whole we managed. We didn't get any use out of the dining room as the days that we stayed in were cold and there was no way of getting any heating. The heating only comes on at night. There is a gas fire in the front room but this then restricts us to sitting in this room only. Otherwise everything was fine. I would certainly stay here again but only in summer time.

    Thank you for your positive feedback. Apologies if the temperature at the cottage was too low for your comfort before 4pm, I would have been happy to adjust it for you. I hope you will visit again. Kind regards Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by GraceMar 2022

  • "Never having used a key safe before it took me three attempts to get it undone."

    Otherwise everything was fine. Easy to get to. Easy to manage.

    Thank you for taking the time to give the cottage a 100% feedback score, it is much appreciated. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by AlanFeb 2022

  • "Perfect stay at Hazelmere Cottage everything provided you could possibly need."

    Very clean throughout beautiful decor so comfortable. Perfect outdoor space for my dog who also enjoyed his stay and treats left for him. Will certainly be booking again. Thankyou

    Dear Mary, Thank you for your lovely comments, I am so pleased you and your dog had a comfortable stay. I look forward to you booking again. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by MaryJan 2022

  • "The cottage has been beautifully modernised and has everything you would need."

    The small outside table and chairs were fine for 2 people. Creswell village is ok but there is only I pub/restaurant which doesn't serve meals after 7.30pm, but the spar supermarket is very good. Enjoyed our stay very much

    Thank you for lovely comments, I'm very please you found my cottage comfortable and you enjoyed your stay. While Creswell is a only a small village there are many attractions within a short drive. The Spar and chip shop can be recommended:) Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by IanSep 2021

  • "Great little place to explore the Peak District."

    House has a small frontage but was large inside. Good facilities. Good quality

    Thank you for your positive feedback. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by RichardSep 2021

  • "Lovely holiday with our tween and teen."

    Just over an hour to the Peak District, did archery and air rifle at the tournament ground in Blythe, pony trekking at Derbyshire pony trekking 10 mins away, Bolsover castle, you could walk to Creswell crags but book early if you want to go in the caves as it was fully booked when we came. Cottage had everything we needed although a bigger saucepan might have been handy. Be careful with the kettle as the steam is very close to your hand - we used the oven glove. Kids woke at 6.39 most mornings as they could hear neighbours through the wall. We woke to lovely bright sunshine every morning (bring a mask if you like it dark). We snuggled under a blanket in the evenings and wished we’d brought slippers although it clearly says we could have put the heating on if we’d wanted to - it didn’t warrant that but there was a chill. Bring or buy dish washer tablets but everything else provided. Was a 10-15 min walk to the local co op and fish and chips shop. Didn’t meet the owner but didn’t need to. We had a lovely week in the cottage. Kind housekeeper found our daughter’s mask under the pillow and owner arranged for it to be posted back to us- really appreciated.

    Thank you for staying at my cottage and I am pleased you received your daughter's mask. I am glad you found some of the walks and attractions in the local area. A large saucepan is a new addition to the kitchen :) Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by LizzieAug 2021

  • "A really lovely cottage with great communication from the owner."

    Well equipped and in a great area for walks with or without the car. Would definitely recommend to people. All felt very secure and clean.

    Thank you for your lovely comments. There are so many places to visit as the cottage is on the border of three counties. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by SamMay 2021

  • "We had a marvellous weekend in this cottage - a very good size for a family of four (providing the children don’t mind sharing a relatively small bedroom) The bathroom was massive!"

    And the complimentary toiletries were a nice touch, as well as the biscuits in the well-equipped kitchen. Although we did find we missed a wooden spoon or similar for stirring our soup and baked beans. (I’m probably just being a bit picky!) The beds were comfortable and the whole place got nice and toasty in the evening - and the fire in the lounge helped make it all feel super-snug. The kids were amazed at how comfy the sofas were! Many thanks to our hosts at making us feel welcome. We would certainly think about coming again.

    Thank you for your lovely comments, I am very pleased the whole family had a comfortable stay. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by AlexOct 2020

  • "This cottage was beautifully decorated and was deceptively large on the inside."

    There was everything we needed and although the garden is shared we enjoyed a drink in the sun as we returned each day and had the garden to ourselves each day. It’s in a lovely area and there are lots of beautiful walks nearby. Will definitely come back.

    Thank you for your lovely comments. Being on the border of three counties offers plenty of exploration. I hope you will visit again. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by JillSep 2020

  • "The cottage is beautifully appointed and very comfortable."

    Amazingly spacious but with a homely feel. Very well equipped and spotlessly clean. Lots of little touches which made us feel at home straight away. Would highly recommend this for a relaxing break.

    Thank you for your lovely comments, I am so pleased you enjoyed your stay. Tara Property Owner

    Reviewed by SueSep 2020

  • "Lovely accommodation - easy to find and everything inside was just what we needed."

    Reviewed by HudsonAug 2020

  • "This cottage was incredible."

    Rather like a Tardis - bigger on the inside than the outside. There was just so much space and having the spacious downstairs toilet next to the backdoor worked brilliantly. Although the lawn is shared it was pleasant to sit out on the paved area after our day out on the Saturday of our weekend away. We didn't see the neighbours. The parking area at the front of the property was plenty big enough for my citroen C3 Picasso. The property has a good level of entertainment with the smart TV in the lounge as well as TVs in the dining room and the double bedroom. The upstairs bathroom is massive. The only slight issue seemed to be that the taps were not securely attached to the sinks. I would definitely stay at this cottage again if I was looking for somewhere in this area. Once there is less restriction because of the pandemic it would be nice to explore the area again with a longer stay.

    Thank you for your lovely comments, I am pleased you enjoyed your stay at my spacious cottage. Property Owner

    Reviewed by JenniferJul 2020

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with roll-top bath, hand-held shower, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner with sofa bed and TV
  • Sitting room with gas flame fire
  • Gas central heating with gas fire
  • Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, Smart TV, WiFi and a selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for one car
  • Shared garden with lawn and courtyard with seating
  • Private brick outhouse for bike storage
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.8 miles, pub 1 mile.

The property

Settled in the Derbyshire village of Creswell, home to Creswell Crags and surrounded by rural countryside, on the edge of the Welbeck Eestate, this mid-terrace red brick dwelling offers a delightful escape.

Hazelmere Cottage was once a miner's cottage, now showcasing attractive accommodation for a family of four.

Step inside after taking in the pretty exterior and parking on the off-road parking space, and discover the front sitting room, where a homely setup of two sofas, a gas fire set within a traditional fireplace, and a Smart TV all rest, providing somewhere to relax after a busy, exciting day.

Grab one of the board games from this room and take it into the kitchen/diner, gather around the quaint cottage-style table and grey painted chairs, and enjoy hours of family fun.

A sofa bed and a TV can be found in the dining space too, offering a flexible sleeping arrangement, or just somewhere to settle with a good book for a peaceful moment.

Continue into the beautiful kitchen when everyone's feeling hungry, and be met with bright white cupboards, light wood worktops and pretty blue tiling, home to some quality appliances, including a fridge/freezer, induction hob, electric oven and a washing machine.

From here, while dinner cooks, take a drink and some nibbles out to the enclosed garden; the lawn space is shared with the other properties either side, but with the benefit of a patio with seating just for your use, it's a perfect setting to enjoy on a summer's evening.

At the end of the day, travel up the steep stairs to the first floor and be welcomed into one of the two bedrooms, either the spacious double bedroom, or the excellent twin, both enjoying crisp white bed linen, with cheerful yellow accents throughout the decor, and feature wallpaper, creating a delightful environment to rest in.

Take an hour aside to enjoy a soak in the luxurious roll-top bath in the bathroom, where there's also a walk-in shower too, and afterwards dry off with a toasty towel from the heated rail.

Walk into the village of Creswell for any supplies, with a small selection of local shops to choose from, or dine out for the evening at one of the lovely and welcoming pubs in the area.

Visit the amazing attraction of Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre, where you can marvel at prehistoric tools and art, amongst interesting exhibitions, all set within a limestone gorge and caves, it makes a fabulous day out and just a stone's throw from Hazelmere Cottage.

Also close by is the wonderful Clumber Park, a National Trust park which includes luscious woodland, a picturesque lake and lovely gardens, offering a perfect space for some leisurely walks in the outdoors, all set over 3,800 acres of parkland.

For cycling enthusiasts there is also the Robin Hood Cycle Path to enjoy.

Jump in the car and venture towards the Peaks, starting with a fantastic day of exploring the county town of Matlock, where quaint streets and many attractions await, such as the amazing Heights of Abraham, where a cable car travelling over the Derwent Valley, providing stunning views of the surrounding landscape, while reaching the hilltop park where you can have guided tours down the Great Masson Cavern.

Take a trip to Hardwick Hall or Bolsover Castle for a great day out.

For something different you can always use the leisure centre called The Arc with a gym and swimming pool in Clowne.

A trip to the bustling city of Sheffield is a must, where the stunning Sheffield Cathedral will amaze you with the 15th century tower and wood ceilings, learn about the local history at the Weston Park Museum or the Kelham Island Museum, and take a stroll around the Sheffield Botanical Gardens after a spot of lunch in one of the many fabulous independent eateries.

Enjoy a holiday to remember with your loved ones at Hazelmere Cottage.

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About the location

CRESWELL

Worksop 5.8 miles; Sheffield 15.5 niles; Matlock 20.5 miles.

Resting in the county of Derbyshire, this delightful former mining village enjoys a great position for reaching the wonders of the Peaks, as well as being close by to some beautiful attractions such as the National Trust's Clumber Park. The village itself is home to a selection of shops for groceries and essentials, as well as several takeaways and some welcoming and friendly pubs. When staying in the village or near the area, you must visit the Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre, set within a limestone gorge and caves, this archaeological museum presents an interesting day out, home to prehistoric tools and art. Take long walks around the nearby Clumber Park, with beautiful woodland and a scenic lake to explore, while two golf courses offer keen golfers somewhere to enjoy perfecting their swing, at College Pines Golf Club and Worksop Golf Club. The lively city of Sheffield is under 20 miles away, and boasts a range of attractions, from excellent shopping and eateries, to music and theatre venues, as well as unique attractions including the Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Weston Park Museum and Kelham Island Museum, and not forgetting the incredible Sheffield Cathedral, with an intricate wood-ceiling and 15th century tower. The Peak District beckons you from the west, begin your discovery in the iconic market town of Bakewell, known for being the namesake of the delicious sweet treat, you can explore the charming streets and surrounding area, including the magnificent stately home of Chatsworth House, set on extensive grounds alongside the River Derwent. Discover a fabulous base for getting to know Derbyshire in Creswell.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas