This delightful detached cottage is located at the heart of the well-preserved village of Ashford-in-the-Water.
This spacious stone cottage is nestled behind similar buildings, tucked away from the street, and has been finished to a high standard in a traditional country style.
Rose Cottage is perfect for a family or a group of friends looking to explore the Peak District National Park.
The traditional country kitchen is found at the rear on the ground floor and has everything you need to prepare and cook food including a Smeg fridge and a range cooker with gas hob, as well as stylish décor such as stone flooring and a butler sink.
Coming off the kitchen is the dining/sitting room which features wood flooring, an open fireplace and a dining table set for four people.
The second reception room is a cosy carpeted snug which also boasts an open fireplace as well as a pull-out sofa bed and a TV to enjoy in the evenings after a rewarding day exploring the Peak District.
The cottage has two double bedrooms which are located on the first floor and boast original period features such as fireplaces and wooden beams.
There is also a dressing room upstairs, as well as an elegant bathroom complete with a bath and a beautiful fixed galvanised shower head.
To the rear of the property is a charming enclosed courtyard, laid to stone and finished with a range of potted plants as well as garden chairs for you to relax with a drink in the evening.
To the front of the property is a bedded garden area which has been cultivated with a variety of vibrant plants and can be viewed from both double bedrooms.
From Rose Cottage it’s a very short walk to the central hub of Ashford-in-the-Water where you’ll find a choice of well-regarded gastro pubs and tea rooms, as well as a village shop.
The town is also home to the Holy Trinity Parish Church.
Most visitors enjoy walking along the River Wye which runs though the village, crossing the famous ‘chocolate-box’ stone bridges.
Ashford-in-the-Water lies at the heart of the Peak District, this means visitors can enjoy stunning walks whichever way they turn when they leave the village.
Peak District activities include hiking, mountaineering, cycling and climbing.
A short drive from Rose Cottage is the delightful town of Bakewell, home of the famous pudding.
Just five miles away is Chatsworth House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and one of Britain’s finest stately homes.
This charming cottage is perfectly located for small groups or families who want to discover the Peak District whilst staying in a beautifully presented, traditional Derbyshire house within one of the region’s most delightful villages.