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3 Pheasant Lane

(Ref. 952074)

Bolsterstone near Stocksbridge, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales Show on map

4.5

Sykes rating

  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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74 Customer Reviews

  • "This holiday property is nothing short of INCREDIBLE!"

    ! We had the most amazing week away. The property is beautiful, clean and the beds were so comfy… like sleeping on a bed of clouds! The hot tub and sauna were both lovely additions! As were the pizza oven and the BBQ (Albeit the pizza oven does need a good clean and bbq was the only thing that I think does need replacing as there were holes in the bottom of it so hot coals were falling through bottom onto the floor!) but other than that it was all absolutely great!!!! Kieran was AMAZING and responded swiftly to any queries etc, and met us on the first day to show us how everything worked! It was lovely to have someone at the end of the phone for anything you needed :-) the welcome pack full of goodies and Prosecco chilling on the fridge upon our arrival we’re really special touches that went a long way! we loved it so much that we have arrived home and booked straight away again for next year :-) We cannot wait to come back :-)

    Reviewed by Beth4.7Jun 2024

  • "Pheasant Lodge is set in a beautiful woodland, it's a luxury property and the master bedroom is huge!"

    The kitchen is very well equipped. Kieron met us and showed us around the property and how to operate the sauna and hot tub. We also used the pizza oven and BBQ, plenty of outdoor seating, a lovely garden and very private & safe with it being the last property at the end of the lane. We were celebrating the 60th wedding anniversary of my parents who are both in their 80's, they found the ground floor bedroom and bathroom easily accessible. Also staying were my daughter and her husband along with my granddaughter of almost 15 months, she was so excited and spent so much time outside. There were 4 generations at the property and it suited us all, I stayed in the shepherd's hut, it was a very comfortable bed, hot water always available and I loved it. The walks to both reservoirs are truly stunning, we saw lots of wildlife and so peaceful. Fox Valley retail park is only 10 mins drive away and has every shop you could need and a beautiful Italian restaurant where the food was delicious. We also had pre-booked Sunday lunch at McGilverays' Wortley Arms, (as recommended by Kieron) the food was excellent, the owners went above and beyond to look after 12 of us (my sisters, niece and partner joined us). We want to thank Kieron for his great hospitality and was easily contactable if we had any requests or issues. I would highly recommend staying here, we all had such a lovely time. Thank you so much

    Reviewed by Judith5.0May 2024

  • "This was such a beautiful stay!"

    We really enjoyed our time here! Only 2 areas of improvement: 1) the toilet in the log cabin seemed to get really full quickly. 2) set of instructions for the sauna would have been helpful Besides these 2 minor improvements we had a lovely lovely weekend. Thank you very much! The host was also soo accommodating when I asked questions, he went above and beyond and even supplied us with pizza making recipes.

    Reviewed by Robyn4.7May 2024

  • "Lovely location close to walks in wood and around reservoirs, a comfortable modern cottage and quirky shepherds hut."

    Added bonus is a welcome hot tub and sauna.

    Reviewed by Shethah4.4Mar 2024

  • "Super property, clean, comfortable and in a great location"

    Reviewed by Stuart5.0Mar 2024

  • "Beautiful place to stay in the Peak District."

    Lovely walks from the door, as well as a drive away. The kitchen was very well equipped and the hut tub was a wonderful addition. Loved our time

    Reviewed by Viv5.0Feb 2024

  • "Gorgeous cottage, 6 adults and a small dog stayed for 3 nights."

    Comfy and clean with everything you could possibly need for a relaxing break. Amazing views. 100% recommend, we will be back.

    Reviewed by Nicola5.0Feb 2024

  • "Lovely location and nice place - no dishwasher tablets or extra bin bags, or washing up sponges provided, and one of the oven pans was pretty grim."

    Very small social space for 8 people, so it perhaps isn't suitable for that, and also small tub for 8. But was fine, and overall only minor issues during a fun and easy weekend :)

    Reviewed by Richard3.4Jan 2024

  • "Cant fault the welcome or the property."

    Fabulous cottage in lovely setting. Might have been helpful to have been provided with some smaller sticks to light the wood fired pizza oven. We found it a bit tricky!

    Reviewed by Teresa5.0Dec 2023

  • "The property was clean and beautifully laid out."

    The views were amazing and we had a lovely time walking round the local reservoirs. We stayed as a group and there was able space especially with the cabin. The underfloor heating kept the property warm and having the jacuzzi in the garden was a special added extra. Would definitely recommend. Very relaxing break. Xx

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Nov 2023

  • "Lovely cottage in a great location close to some great walks."

    Reviewed by Carole5.0Nov 2023

  • "Beautiful cottage, lovely views and walks."

    Enjoyed the sauna and hot tub. The cottage was warm and the beds where comfortable. It was like home from home. Would recommend, would go again xx

    Reviewed by Claire5.0Nov 2023

  • "We really enjoyed our stay at Pheasant Lane - there were 8 of us so we used all rooms and the shepherd’s hut - there was one issue in the hut with a leak but this was sorted really quickly."

    The location is remote which was exactly what we wanted - it is very hilly when you leave the property so be aware if you are planning on walking from here - but the views are sensational. The house would benefit from more than just 8 plates and more place mats for the table as there were not enough when we sat at the table but other than that the facilities were great - would definitely return if staying that way.

    Reviewed by Catharine4.7Oct 2023

  • "One word for cottage absolutely"

    Reviewed by Michael5.0Sep 2023

  • "Excellent property."

    Met on arrival by the property manager Kieren who showed us around and explained how to use the facilities on site. Visited periodically to check the chemical levels in the hot tub. Clean and tidy on arrival, beach towels in abundance for use with the sauna and hot tub. Exceptionally well equipped kitchen with all the mod cons, just missing a balloon whisk. Pillows on the beds could do with replacing and the sofa's had really seen better days. Everything else throughout the cottage was to an exceptionally high standard. Location was perfect for us, piece and quiet, yet some amazing walks and local amenities close by. I would definitely stay here again. We couldn't have asked for

    Reviewed by Anne-marie4.4Sep 2023

  • "Amazing week, well deffo be back."

    Reviewed by Matthew5.0Jul 2023

  • "Fantastic holiday."

    Beautiful views, great walks nearby. The home itself was lovely, really comfy beds which can be hard to find sometimes and all towels and shower gel provided. The hamper is also a really nice touch. Kieron, the manager was also super helpful as nothing we requested was too much trouble. He was also very understanding following some breakages due to my clumsy family. Usually after a week away we are ready to go home as we are homing pigeons but we really didn't want to leave this one.

    Reviewed by Cara5.0Jun 2023

  • "Myself and my friends had an amazing say!"

    Great help from Kieron who showed us around upon arrival and provided us with a lovely welcome basket. The house and its facilities were lovely and the area is gorgeous. We will definitely be visiting again!

    Reviewed by Charli5.0Jun 2023

  • "The cottage is well equipped, clean and is all we expected."

    The owner is around and very helpful. There are two very pleasant walks nearby around the reservoirs but it is a fairly steep road back to the cottage if you are walking. The main disappointment was the fact that the garden is not enclosed for our 2 dogs. Luckily they were well behaved and respected the barrier we made for them with the garden furniture. The weather was disappointing but we made good use of the hot tub though didn’t have time for the sauna. I would advise that the spiral stairs to the mezzanine are steep and not suitable for an older person. The main bedroom with the en-suite would benefit from the toilet being boxed in rather than open but that is just my preference. I stayed in the Shepards hut but showered in the main house as the bathroom is quite compact. I am just over 5ft and had to climb onto the bed so again may not be suitable for an older person. A kettle would have been a bonus in the hut so a cuppa could have been made if required. The beds were very comfortable and we all slept well in this peaceful rural location

    Reviewed by Janine4.7May 2023

  • "The property was lovely and perfect for the occasion."

    The welcome package was great and Kieran was very welcoming and helpful. My only complaint was that we were only left 4 towels that had to be shared by 8 people. Sykes however have still returned the damage deposit 2 weeks later and have not replied to my message regarding this. We left the accomodation immaculately, antibacterial all used surfaces, all pots cleaned and put away, bed linen stripped, indoors hoovered and outdoors swept.

    Reviewed by Andrew3.8May 2023

  • "The person who met us at the property sorry I don’t know his name was really helpful."

    He took his time to show us the property and also replaced some items such as a cot sheet and pizza spatula to ensure they were up to standard. He was very personable

    Reviewed by Adele5.0Apr 2023

  • "Beautiful. well cared for and spotlessly clean property."

    Very comfy beds and very well equipped .A Tele in main bedroom would be nice. Keiron the manager was lovely and very helpful .all in all a great stay in a great location

    Reviewed by Gill5.0Apr 2023

  • "Absolutely loved our stay."

    Kids loved sleeping upstairs and going in the hot tub. Lovely walks around the 2 nearby reservoirs. We will come back again on our yearly pilgrimage to the Peak districts.

    Reviewed by Simon5.0Feb 2023

  • "We had a most enjoyable weekend."

    The welcome box full of goodies and a bottle of wine in the fridge was such a lovely, kind gesture. The cottage was beautiful and very cosy. Great facilities and surroundings. The sauna didn’t get very hot, but we enjoyed relaxing in the hot tub. Just one little issue, there was no hand rail or slip mat in the shower and my elderly dad who is disabled slipped when having a shower and there wasn’t anything for him to grab hold of. Apart from that, we still all enjoyed ourselves. Thank you

    Reviewed by Samantha4.4Feb 2023

  • "Beautiful house, so peaceful, best nights sleep I’ve had in years."

    loved the hot tub, we couldn’t use the shepherds hut as the bedding was very damp where it touches the wooden wall of the hut (luckily 2 of our guests couldn’t make it so it wasn’t an issue however we could of had problems if we had a full house)

    Reviewed by Sarah4.4Dec 2022

  • "Had a lovely time with friends over the weekend."

    Wet weather walk followed by a dip in the hot tub and a spell in the sauna before tea.

    Reviewed by Dan5.0Oct 2022

  • "The door to the shower room in the shepherds hut would not close or open at all due to the catch not having any guide to suppress and when located was too tight a fit."

    The catch to the main double doors to the hut was not aligned to the striker plate hence they would not shut properly. The hot tub cover needs a bit of tlc.

    Reviewed by Marion4.4Oct 2022

  • "A wonderful place to stay, beautiful walks right on your doorstep, accommodation is lovely and in a great location."

    Would highly recommend to others

    Reviewed by Jacquie5.0Sep 2022

  • "3 pheasant Lane was an amazing little cottage."

    The en suite bathroom was brilliant for my disabled auntie, she absolutely loved it. The kitchen is very well equipped with what you would need for a week away. The pizza oven outside was loved by the children. They were amazed at the pizza oven and now want one. The cottage itself looked clean and tidy when we got there, as soon as we pulled the hoover out however big clumps of dust was coming out as well. The Shepherds hut was lovely, doors were a bit of a pain as they kept getting stuck, took a lot of strength to open the door to the toilet. The bed is a bit shorter than I personally am used to however it wasn't a problem. It was comfortable and once I got used to it, I got a decent night's sleep. The hot tub was all prepared and ready for us when we got there, everyone loved the hot tub and sauna. The outside hosepipe is full of holes and sprays out everywhere as a result so washing down the patio in the garden is hard work. Lyndsey was very helpful and happy to point us in the right direction of the shopping centres and the pubs and other places we asked about. Always answered any queries we had and was very polite and helpful.

    Reviewed by Michael4.1Aug 2022

  • "Disappointed we couldn't use the sauna due to gaps in the wood and grass growing in so didn't retain heat properly."

    Cleanliness in cottage was spot on. Toilet in gypsy cabin not emptied prior to arrival which meant it overflowed after day 1, not very pleasant and bad smell. Beds very comfy and showers in cottage lovely! Overall outside area scruffy and dangerous outdoor seating which a couple broke whilst we were there, whole thing needs replacing and tidying up. Plenty of parking. Secluded spot so quiet and peaceful.

    Reviewed by Rachel2.8Jul 2022

  • "Loved the peaceful location."

    Sofa's & bucket chairs uncomfortable & not enough room for 8 to all sit together. Well equipment kitchen, hot tub was really nice, garden table/chairs seen better days & garden needs a lot of TLC. Decorated really nice. Would stay again, but with less people.

    Reviewed by Deborah3.8Jun 2022

  • "Lovely cottage and well equipped."

    Hot tub and sauna were a great hit (there were 7 of us and a dog). Lyndsey is very helpful and nothing was too much trouble. There was a very nice quality welcome pack with tea coffee and biscuits and a bottle of bubbly in the fridge. We’ve stayed in many cottages and this was the best welcome pack. Just one comment, the sauna could do with a little tlc as there were a few gaps here and there and around the door so you had to be on the top bench to get the effect. (Hence using more electricity) Loved the area, nice and quiet and lots of nice walks from the property.

    Reviewed by Elizabeth4.4Jun 2022

  • "Absolutely fantastic time."

    Beautiful place, excellent facilities, wonderful place with stunning walks and scenery. We had good weather too. Lyndsay is a lovely lady. Very helpful, welcoming and easy to chat with. Only downside was the holiday ended.

    Reviewed by Angie5.0Apr 2022

  • "We thoroughly enjoyed a few restful and relaxing days at Pheasant Lodge."

    A lovely comfortable cottage with good facilities and beautiful countryside on the doorstep. Great to share with friends and family. Lyndsay was very friendly and helpful.

    Reviewed by Hayley4.7Apr 2022

  • "Needs a thorough clean, some items can't have been done for months (mould coming ..."

    Needs a thorough clean, some items can't have been done for months (mould coming out of shower head and slime in dishwasher filter)

    Reviewed by Tania3.4Mar 2022

  • "Lovely house felt much like home, really private and welcomed with Prosecco and some biscuits"

    Reviewed by K5.0Dec 2021

  • "We loved this cottage with its hot tub and Sauna."

    So peaceful and quiet. Lovely walks to the Reservoir. We will definitely book again.

    Reviewed by Debra5.0Nov 2021

  • "All was ok, Lyndsay the Lady looking after the property was vey helpful"

    Reviewed by Roger4.7Oct 2021

  • "I think the photographs especially from outside could so with updating - the hot tub is no longer wood fired which is great and it is covered ."

    The adults sleeping in the shepherds hut and mezzanine room did find a week without a wardrobe or place to put their clothes a bit of a challenge. For me personally a mirror above the dresser where the sockets are located in the main bedroom would be a good addition . We had a lovely time and enjoyed exploring the countryside around the property .

    Reviewed by Maureen4.1Aug 2021

  • "Great hot tub, listing is incorrect as electric powered so much better."

    Reviewed by Steve4.4Aug 2021

  • "Disappointed that the pictures online did not necessarily represent how it look now and therefore considered it over priced."

    Clearly taken when new. Two outside buildings aged and grass areas not grass. Some of the kitchen utensils needed updating. Welcome pack cake was out of date. No change of bedding after first week of a two week stay. However, Caretaker was very friendly and helpful. Great spot for walking from.

    Reviewed by Helen3.1Jul 2021

  • "The location is lovely, peaceful with lovely views."

    Lyndsey the lady on site was lovely, she was very welcoming and not at all intrusive considering she lived next door! The house was nicely maintained, with plenty of room. The welcome pack was a nice touch, thank you The garden is not enclosed which is not great when you have a four legged friend to look after & chase about, but the site is large and fortunately when he wandered we found him! I stayed in what we called the Hobbit House - the bed was marvellous, never slept so well, however there is no storage for personal belongings, no mirror, the loo is a port a loo which is not great in high temperatures and the bathroom door refused to stay shut! That said, there was only the lack of storage which caused a serious issue. The mezzanine floor bedroom had the same issue, no storage for personal belongings. I acquired a clothes horse from the main house to hang my clothes on......... The 2 main bedrooms were lovely, full size coat hangers would be good though! The sofa's although new are not big enough for sitting watching TV on an evening, they are small which means you are sitting on top of each other, not great in high temperatures. Loads of parking for a number of cars, although the road to and from the house is not great, we had high cars which was good, as low cars would bottom out in the many deep holes along the road. The jacuzzi and sauna were there and clean & ready for use, but we never used them due to the lovely weather we had, we just sat out and enjoyed the view. A lovely location for a quiet holiday, lots of birds and squirrels to watch and enjoy.

    Reviewed by Beverley3.8Jun 2021

  • "The host was lovely and took time out to introduce herself and show us around the property, answering any queries we had."

    The property was as per the pictures, and there were small extras that made it. The only constructive feedback I would have is that Pheasant Lane itself has so many large holes in it, it makes it a very bumpy journey to the house. We came in an audi and definitely left with scrapes where the bumper had hit the floor.

    Reviewed by Abigail5.0May 2021

  • "We stayed for 7 nights to celebrate my husbands 40th birthday, we were absolutely thrilled with our cottage, the beds are so comfy I never wanted to leave, the showers are incredible and the hot tub just topped it off."

    The views are beautiful, and the shepherds hut was lovely and warm. We will find any excuse to come back!

    Reviewed by Sarah4.4Apr 2021

  • "The cleanliness was poor (for example we found socks from someone else and chewing guns's package under one of the bed and loose screws inside of one of the dresser) and unfortunately it was not an enclosed garden."

    Concerned that I was asked to put the travel cot away (inside of the wardrobe) without being cleaned. Also we did not like to not being informed that some workers would be inside of our property boundaries, literally outside one of the bedroom windows. We understand that they might require access but not being informed when are dogs and babies around is not acceptable. On a positive note, the house was big, well decorated (and furnished) and very comfortable; and the property's manager was very nice.

    Reviewed by Rui3.4Apr 2021

  • "Absolutely stunning and in such a quiet and remote part of the country."

    Beats concrete Liverpool any day. Wild life was unbelievable. Owner, Lyndsay, was extremely helpful and caring. At the end of the phone if we needed her. Thank you so much x

    Reviewed by Claire5.0Sep 2020

  • "The advertisement for this cottage needs updating."

    The outside is the cottage and the surrounding area looked really drab. The garden was completely overgrown and full of weeds, no excuse for this after a long Summer of lockdown. There was a bra left in one of the bedside drawers. Crumbs in the kitchen cupboard. The washing machine wasn’t always available as the manager next door also used it (even though there were two), we had to get the maintenance guy out as half the kitchen ceiling bulbs had blown. The house alarm was going off every few hours, a fuse kept blowing in the cottage and all of the lights would go off, this happened 5 times. The living room arrangement was awful, there were 6 single seats and one double seat, they were so uncomfortable and not the sofas that were pictured in the advert. Our elderly parents in particular were really uncomfortable, they had a low back on them so you couldn’t even fully lean back and relax. We were so disappointed as we were looking forward to settling in for the night on the sofa with a film after long day with our newborn baby. The bath plug in the main room didn’t work properly and all of the water drained out of it so didn’t bother having another one. We paid a lot of money for this holiday and were not at all happy with the constant problems and disappointments.

    Reviewed by Laura2.5Sep 2020

  • "I just had a wondering holiday with mine and my sisters family at Pheasants Lane ."

    We had a week of rest and celebration. What a lovely and peaceful place . Absolutely stunning views to enjoy while we were sitting and relaxing in jacuzzi. Everything was so well so thought , kitchen had everything you needed and more . You could see that owner paid attention to every detail. All plates , cups and cutlery was very high quality, and it made so special and looked nice o the table for my birthday celebration. Lindsay a manager who lives next door couldn’t do more for us, very helpful and friendly. We had a few bbq and again everything we needed was there for us provided. Wood -fired pizza oven was very popular with us . And the biggest hit for all of us was a jacuzzi tub , adults and children enjoyed it very much ! Oh not to forget to mention you can walk to Peak District park right from your back gate !

    Reviewed by Loreta5.0Aug 2020

  • "The cottage is in such a lovely private place amongst the woods, ideal for walkers, cyclists(the resevoir is just down the lane) ."

    All you can hear are the lambs and the pheasants- its so peaceful. Theres a sauna and a hot tub and an outside fire to sit around playing games ( but take insect repellant because obviously the flies bite you- being in the middle of the woods).The shepherdess hut is the best place to sleep for peace and quiet if you are a big family. The mezzanine has two beds/ but obviously no door- so no peace unless you all go to bed at the same time. A lovely place to stay in the beautiful countryside. -and the owners are very friendly and helpful.lots of outdoor seating at the front and back-- sunshine everywhere.

    Reviewed by M4.7Jul 2020

  • "The manager Lyndsay greeted us upon arrival and explained how to work everything ."

    Lyndsay is so professional and customer focused in her role - she makes you feel very welcome .There was a sumptuous hamper waiting for us to tuck into and everywhere was spotless . We had a wonderful weekend . Would recommend to everyone . This was a return visit , as we loved our first visit so much . Thank you

    Reviewed by Janice5.0Jan 2020

  • "Lyndsay the manager of the property was brilliant and instantly on hand to help with any questions."

    The property was lovely and clean and we could not have asked for a better Christmas

    Reviewed by Craig5.0Dec 2019

  • "I booked the cottage as it said it slept 8 as there was 7 of us, 2 beds where outside in a gypsy caravan with very slippery steps and as it was windy and raining was very noisy."

    The first floor bedroom (single beds for children) had no door with a spiral staircase out of the lounge so had to be careful of the noise level and lighting. There was only seating in the lounge for 5, 2 x 2 seater sofas and an arm chair so we couldn't all relax. The table would only fit 6 there was 8 chairs but one had to squeeze on the end. Wifi was very poor had to use our data. There was a poor selection of glasses we popped out and bought some additional ones. The outdoor area was messy. Ideal for 4 people not 7 very disappointed.

    Reviewed by Fiona1.6Dec 2019

  • "Perfect holiday retreat for our family anniversary getaway!"

    We loved every minute of our break! Our host was brilliant, she gave us everything we needed. The hot tub was used every night plus the pizza oven was a amazing feature. Highly recommend this holiday location.

    Reviewed by Annie5.0Aug 2019

  • "Fantastic scenery on the doorstep and yet close to useful amenities."

    Reviewed by Karen5.0Aug 2019

  • "Great modern property in a great location."

    Lovely Shepard’s hut with the property gave us flexibility for more bed space. Very warm welcome from Lyndsay the property manager. High quality bedding and towels, everything you needed was available. The only let down for us was the poor WiFi strength. Highly recommended and would gladly return.

    Reviewed by Lynne4.7Jul 2019

  • "Lyndsay the property manager was so warm and friendly, nothing was too much trouble."

    She sorted a couple of problems immediately and a lovely touch of getting our daughter some balloons as we arrived on her 4th birthday

    Reviewed by Amanda4.7Jun 2019

  • "We had great instructions on how to find the property from Lyndsay who manages the property."

    The cottage is down a small lane and Lynsday lives next door so any problems can be solved quickly. The property is well maintained, very well equipped, clean and modern with plenty of room for our party of 4 adults and 2 children and dogs. The hot tub has been upgraded to electric so we brought logs with us which were not needed - check details on description - and was a big hit with everyone after walking and biking. Great facility on site with sauna and the opportunity to sleep in the shepherds hut if you wanted a quiet night ! High quality beds and linen but the pub was a long walk up a hill ! Even so we had an online shop delivered and enjoyed the relaxation and local area with stunning scenery and walks round the reservoir. Thanks would highly recommend.

    Reviewed by Rosemary5.0May 2019

  • "We really enjoyed our stay at the cottage, the facilities are great and made for a brilliant weekend."

    The beds were comfortable and everything was spotless when we arrived. Overall a great place to stay as a large family or group of friends!

    Reviewed by Celina5.0May 2019

  • "Lovely cottage in a lovely setting"

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Apr 2019

  • "Had a fabulous weekend with our family at the cottage."

    lynsey the hostess was so helpful .. the cottage was gorgeous. clean and was in a lovely area. the welcome pack was a real nice touch. would deffo stay here again.

    Reviewed by Alan5.0Mar 2019

  • "Had a fantastic weekend at 3 Pheasant Lane beautiful cottage with wonderful facilities."

    The welcome pack was great as was the manager Lyndsay who lives next door. My son really enjoyed staying in the shepherds hut and Lyndsay very kindly sent his chain and ring by signed delivery for free after he left them behind in the hut. Nothing was too much trouble for her. The master suite is lovely, beds were really comfortable. Hot tub and sauna were the icing on the cake. We would love to return in summer and make use of the pizza oven, thanks for having us.

    Reviewed by Shelley4.7Feb 2019

  • "Had a really great time for my husbands 50th with our children and their partners , not forgetting the dogs!"

    The Cottage was amazing , Lyndsey who owes it, was really nice and very helpful,even provided a welcome pack with tea coffee sugar wine biscuits cake etc. Lots of extras were provided ie toilet rolls, washing-up liquid & cloths etc.The hot tub and sauna were great.Unfortunately we weren't able to use the bbq or pizza oven due to it being winter but will definitely return in the summer if the cottage is available.

    Reviewed by Karen5.0Dec 2018

  • "Family of 7 adults, a toddler and a baby, celebrating a special birthday."

    Had a lovely weekend. It’s a pretty cottage in wonderful surroundings. We were lucky with the weather and barely had the under floor heating on, even though it was Nov. Bring logs for the fire if it’s cold though, the log burner would make it very cosy. Nice place for a long ramble then back for hot chocolate! Kitchen is well equipped, master bedroom huge. The bed in the new Shepherds Hut is comfortable but we were not keen on the shower/toilet arrangement in the hut. Think there should be a curtain at the window as the hut is close to a huge bright outside light that’s on all night. There’s a bit of a condensation problem in there, at this time of year but we couldn’t open the window. It wasn’t wired in yet but there’s a TV in the hut too. New hot tub is really great. We loved it and used it a lot. Lyndsay was extremely pleasant and helpful both before and during our stay, and the welcome pack was very comprehensive. It sleeps 8 as advertised, but be aware the ceiling is very low in parts of the mezzanine twin room, and the upstairs area particularly the upstairs en suite toilet is a real squeeze - not sure it’s ideal for most adults but was fine for my mum who is tiny. Better for children than adults, but not toddlers unless you bring a baby gate. It’s very open and the stairs are tricky. Just my opinion but the lounge/communal areas are really not big enough if 8 adult people do come. The table does not seat 8 comfortably and there are only 5 seats in the lounge as advertised. Ok in the Summer when you’d sit outside, but in my opinion theres not really enough space for 8 people for any length of time at this time of year. WiFi isn’t great. Didn’t really bother us but worth mentioning if you do need it. Local shopping centre is fairly close and thanks to Lyndsay we found out about the Christmas Lights switch on, and the Coca Cola Christmas lorry. Thank you!

    Reviewed by Gill3.8Nov 2018

  • "We recently had one of the best UK."

    Holidays here at 3 Pheasant Lane. From the beginning of our booking we knew that we had found somewhere amazing. It started with the brilliant contact established with the on site manager Lyndsay . She ensured that she delivered the best possible stay for us all . We loved everything and we were especially lucky to be the first guests to enjoy the brand new hot tub. The beds were so comfortable that my son and his wife went home and purchased the same one . We all thoroughly relaxed and unwound. The cottage is adjacent to woods and a ten minute walk to a peaceful reservoir. The only noise you hear is the bubbles from the hot tub and the pheasants. It is idyllic,well positioned,beautifully set up and superbly stocked with everything you need (apart from your own food and drink !). Just a short drive away is a great selection of shops to replenish your provisions . Having stayed in Centre parks and Forrest holidays for nearly 20 years , 3 Pheasant lane blows them our of the water . We are so grateful to Lyndsy, her dedication to her position shows in every aspect -there is even a beautiful welcome hamper waiting for you. We would shout from the rooftops how lovely it is there . If you are after a lovely ,relaxing, peaceful time - you will get it !. We would highly recommend this cottage, and the owner is committed to providing the best experience possible,by investing in a full plan of refurbishment works during the quieter rental months. Thank you again Sykes and lyndsy for our fabulous time .

    Reviewed by Janice5.0Sep 2018

  • "Overall good cottage, hot tub was nice once warmed up but took a lot longer than 4 hours to get up to temperature, so only used it a couple of times."

    The pizza oven was a nice edition and thoroughly enjoyed using that. Couldnt enjoy a nice bath in the main bedroom as the plugs didnt seem to work but there was a shower aswell so just used that. There was a nice welcome hamper on the table when we arrived so that was a nice touch. The setting of the cottage was pretty and quiet but be prepared to drive to places as there are no shops in the area, there is one pub in the area, however but up a few steep hills. Realy recomend The pheasant inn in outibridge 4 miles away for food, went there twice and was lovely!

    Reviewed by Kaylee3.4Sep 2018

  • "Basically the holiday was fabulous and the woman that we dealt with couldn't have been more helpful."

    But there were a few things that were not great - none of the internal doors had locks on (which for a toilet is not great) and the beds on the mezzanine floor were not great. You could only stand up in the middle of the room and there was nowhere to hang clothes.

    Reviewed by Roz3.4Aug 2018

  • "Lovely cottage in a quiet setting."

    There are a couple if bits that would improve the property such as fixing the doors so they shut easier without banging. But very well equipped, excellent location for walks but not recommended for less able as steep walks either way from the cottage as on a hill. Hot tub could do with updating as takes a while to heat and a lot of logs but lovely once up to tempetature. All in all a fab holiday for a large family, 6 of us all adults.

    Reviewed by Julie4.4Aug 2018

  • "The property was very nice."

    Lindsey next door was very helpful and pleasant. We had a very nice family holiday and would not hesitate in booking again.

    Reviewed by Valerie5.0Mar 2018

  • "We were a family of 8 on holiday for my 60th birthday and we could not have chosen a better place."

    Phesant Lane was perfect in every way. From our first meeting with Lyndsay the manager to the end. Lyndsay even called with a box of beautiful cakes for the family to celebrate. The cottage is at the end of a very quiet lane but only 5 minutes from shops. The cottage is immaculate and toasty warm. My daughter and son in law slept in the shepherds hut and loved it. And the hot tub was amazing we used it for 3 days of our stay. Yes it takes a long time to get started but well worth the effort once it’s hot it doesn’t take as long the next day. We were in until all hours boiling away with our drinks the kids said there only complaint was the waitress wasn’t very quick bringing the drinks out ha ha. Highly recommend this cottage and we will be back. Special thanks to Lyndsay

    Reviewed by Lynn5.0Mar 2018

  • "The place was lovely, the owner was lovely also and very helpful (we forgot flour to cook our pizza's and she brought us around some flour so we could use the pizza oven) we even managed to get the hot tub working."

    .. (only improvement would be that maybe in the winter she could start the hot tub going before check in.. as we couldn't use the hot tub the first night as it was too cold/ didnt have time to get up-to temp as its wood fired) fantastic place, very well stocked too.

    Reviewed by Catherine4.7Feb 2018

  • "Lovely cottage Needs abit of TLC with general cleanliness but other than that it was beautiful."

    Reviewed by Gemma4.2Feb 2018

  • "A group of girlfriends stayed here beginning of February, the cottage itself was perfect, the photos do not do it justice."

    . lyndsey the owner was so very helpful, they even got the Scandinavian hot tub started before our arrival so that it would be ready... lovely welcome pack as well... would definitely book again and take my family... thank you very much.

    Reviewed by Tina5.0Feb 2018

  • "The cottage was great and we loved every minute of it and would book it again."

    Where it is situated makes you feel like you are miles away from everywhere when in reality you're not. It was very peaceful and allowed us to have the privacy that we wanted. The only slight issues were that everytime we used the oven or toaster the smoke alarm went off constantly. I also called the caretaker the day we was supposed to get there and was told that we only got 1 bag of logs free and to light the hut tub you would need 3 minimum to get it to the correct temperature. 1 bag of logs for 3 days at the cottage and to use the hot tub is definitely not enough and I think it needs to be made clear on the website that you have to bring your own. Luckily we had enough funds to purchase more but we had to go get these ourselves from Home Bargains at Fox Valley but for anyone who thinks that the logs are included pelase be aware that they are not. However we didnt let this dampen our weekend away and can say we thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely go again!

    Reviewed by Lynsey4.4Nov 2017

  • "A beautiful cottage in a gorgeous location."

    The owners were so helpful of we needed anything and really friendly. We will definitely be booking again.

    Reviewed by Sarah4.6Jul 2017

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Summary

  • Mostly ground floor
  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x first floor mezzanine twin with en-suite basin and WC
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area and sitting area (seats 5)
  • Shepherd's Hut: All ground floor: 1 x double bedroom
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchenette with tea/coffee making facilities.
  • Gas underfloor central heating and electric heating in Shepherd's Hut
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack included for the log fire
  • Additional fuel available to purchase from owner
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Bike storage
  • Terrace with electric jacuzzi & sauna wood-fired pizza oven and furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Note: First floor accessed via a spiral staircase, care to be taken
  • Note: There are three steps to access the Shepherd's Hut
  • Please note: There is no EV charging permitted at this property
  • Please note: There is a £25 charge supplement per dog.

The property

This stunning detached stone-built cottage is situated amongst 37 acres of woodland on the outskirts of the small village of Bolsterstone near Stocksbridge, on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

Beautifully decorated and furnished throughout to create a wonderful warm and welcoming environment, this lovely cottage is perfect for families or friends looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, yet it is only two miles away from the vibrant town of Stocksbridge.

Converted to a high standard, the accommodation is set mostly over the ground floor and comprises an open plan living area with a beautiful well-equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar, dining area and comfortable sitting area.

The ground floor also includes two bedrooms; a king-size double which benefits from a spacious en-suite bathroom with a feature roll-top bath, and a second double, as well as a modern shower room.

A quirky spiral staircase leads to a lovely twin mezzanine bedroom which has the added benefit of having an en-suite basin and WC.

This property does have a beautiful Shepherd's Hut in its garden that can be used in conjunction with the cottage to accommodate two extra guests in a full-size double bed, plus it has its own shower room, toilet and tea/coffee making facilities for that early morning cuppa.

Outside the cottage there is a large terrace with beautiful countryside views and a fantastic electric jacuzzi & sauna just perfect for relaxing in after a busy day out and about.

It also has the benefit of use of your own private wood-fired pizza oven and charcoal barbecue.

The small village of Bolsterstone, is just a 10-15 minute walk away and benefits from a local pub should you fancy a night off from cooking, and nearby Stocksbridge also has a number of shops and pubs.

From this beautiful cottage you can access the Peak District National Park for long rambles across breathtaking open countryside, sample some of the country's grandest stately homes by visiting Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, or you may wish to indulge in some retail therapy at the nearby Fox Valley shopping centre or Meadowhall Retail Park in Sheffield with its 230 shops and 50 places to eat and drink.

A fantastic holiday home, surrounded by stunning local landscape and breathtaking views, and due to its fabulous amenities and location can be enjoyed all year round.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £300.

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About the location

BOLSTERSTONE / EWDEN VILLAGE

Stocksbridge 1.5 miles; Sheffield 9 miles; Holmfirth 13 miles.

The village of Bolsterstone stands between the Stocksbridge and Ewden Valley, on the border of the Peak District National Park and is one of the last remaining hill villages in the Sheffield area. The village boasts a 170 year old country pub, the Castle Inn, and is also home to the Bolsterstone Male Voice Choir which was formed in 1934 and is still going strong today. Ewden was recent host to the Tour de Yorkshire boasting its climb Cote de Ewden. Just 1.5 miles away is the busy little town of Stocksbridge which holds a variety of eateries and shops, together with many bridleways and footpaths for visitors to discover. Nearby, the Broomhead and Langsett dams make for interesting afternoon rambles, whilst the ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ country of Holmfirth is within easy reach. There is easy access to the Peak District for longer walks, mountain biking and all the attractions of Hathersage, Edale and the impressive Ladybower Dam, whilst the proximity to the M1 means Sheffield, Leeds, York and the rest of Yorkshire’s beautiful scenery are easily accessible.

Please be aware that Sunday Arrival days will not be accepted
Please note: There is no EV charging permitted at this property.