Alderwasley 2 miles.
This is a wonderful detached barn conversion, one of two holiday properties on the owners’ own working livestock farm, settled in the heart of rural Derbyshire, two miles from Alderwasley.
Beautifully converted, this Derbyshire cottage is the perfect place for couples, friends or families to enjoy one of the most picturesque parts of the Peak District.
With open brickwork and beams plus a lovely woodburner, this Alderwasley cottage brims with traditional farmhouse charm.
There are two lovely bedrooms, one set on the ground floor alongside a wet room, and both convertible on request, with the option to create either twin or super king-size bedrooms.
With a sociable open plan living area, complete with a warming woodburner, this Peak District cottage is a calming place to return to after an eventful day of exploration.
On warm evenings you can settle in the pretty garden, ideal for taking advantage of sunny Peak District evenings.
Alderwasley is an outdoor-enthusiast’s delight, with paths from the doorstep, and the Peak District National Park just a short drive away.
A visit to the quaint market town of Wirksworth rewards visitors with lovely pubs, superb restaurants and many interesting shops and boutiques.
Matlock is nearby, with its many attractions to suit all ages, including the Matlock Farm Park, Gulliver’s Kingdom, and the unique Heights of Abraham from where you enjoy an elevated display of Derbyshire’s green horizon.
A wonderful base for enjoying this rich and varied area.
Note: This cottage sits next to Ref. 30357, together they sleep 10 (8 adults).
About the location
Wirksworth 2 miles; Belper 7 miles.
Alderwasley is a scattered area of farms and a couple of local pubs located in lovely rolling countryside with undisturbed views for miles, on the southern borders of the Peak District National Park. Nearby Wirksworth is a small, charming market town on the edge of the White Peak, and is full of character, with many buildings of architectural interest, including its magnificent parish church. Visitors will enjoy exploring the ancient "jitties" and courtyards, and the National Stone Centre, as well as the delightful surrounding countryside including nearby Carsington Water and the High Peak Trail. Rock climbing and cycling can be enjoyed here at every level, and there is good walking all around. Well Dressing is unique to Derbyshire, and Wirksworth combines this tradition with a lively carnival. The annual Arts festival attracts international performers of every kind. Close to Alderwasley is Belper which is a town with a long and famous history dating back to the 13th Century, when it was then called Beaurepaire (beautiful retreat), a name that still holds true today. Now a spirited and bustling town, attractions include the North Mill, Long Row and the River Gardens. Beautiful Chatsworth House, Shottle Hall and Haddon Hall are within easy reach, as well as Matlock Bath with its spectacular cable car, the newly restored Ecclesbourne Valley Railway and Gulliver's Kingdom. Only 2 miles away, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site in Cromford is not to be missed. A great location for a varied holiday.