Drysdale House enjoys a lush countryside location in the southern Peak District village of Fenny Bentley.
With the stunning Ashbourne and a wealth of outdoor activities available nearby.
Be welcomed into Drysdale House by its well-equipped kitchen, setting you up perfectly for your getaway.
Look forward to spending your downtime in the welcoming living room/diner, this cosy setup provides plenty of cosy seating in front of an electric fire, whilst to the other side of the room sits a large, classy dining table.
The ground floor offers a spacious wet room, ideal for those with limited mobility.
Three bedrooms at the property conveniently contains king-size zip/link beds and all showcase the most picturesque rural views to wake up to each and every day.
Two of the bedrooms rest on the ground floor, whilst a further two come on the upper floor, as does a charming family bathroom.
You can enjoy this fabulous location at first hand, by taking a seat in the soothing garden and simply taking it all in.
Fenny Bentley is a lovely quiet village to base your holiday, it offers a highly-rated pub/restaurant and access to some idyllic valley walks, including the Tissington Trail for some great walking or cycling opportunities.
Nearby you can visit Ashbourne which offers a wide range of quaint pubs, shops and cafés along the cobbled streets.
The thrill-seekers among you can pay a visit to Alton Towers which is also a short drive away.
A conveniently located, pleasant cottage to be enjoyed all-year-round.
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size doubles (zip/link, can be twins on request) 2 x first floor king-size doubles (zip/link, can be twins on request), 1 x ground floor double. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. First floor bathroom with a bath, shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with electric fire.
About the location
Ashbourne 2 miles; Alton Towers 13 miles.
The pretty village of Fenny Bentley lies 2 miles north of Ashbourne. Life in Fenny Bentley revolves, as it has done for years, around the pub and the church. The Church of St Edmund dates back to the 14th century. Some particular features of the church are its 16th century screens and the alabaster Beresford tomb. The heart of the village is surely the Coach & Horses, a welcoming coaching inn with real ales. Just 2 miles away, the traditional market town of Ashbourne, once a fashionable social centre in the 18th Century, boasts an eccentric street plan, quaint cobbled alleyways, old market stalls and welcoming coaching inns. Many fine Georgian buildings remain and host a good selection of restaurants and interesting antique shops. For those who prefer outdoor pursuits, the Dove and Manifold valleys are close by offering excellent walking and cycling opportunities, whilst the thrills and spills of Alton Towers are just a short drive away.