A really lovely conversion of a stone semi-detached outbuilding in the heart of Bradwell in the Hope Valley situated next to the owner’s home.
The barn was once used as a coach house and an interesting exterior feature is the restored brass fuel pump.
As the cottage is in the centre of the village, just across from the village green and park, it’s equally suitable for a group of friends or a small family.
On the first floor the twin and double bedrooms are comfortably and tastefully furnished.
The bathroom is equipped with a p-shaped bath and an over-bath shower.
The ground floor features a well-appointed kitchen diner equipped with a dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge with small freezer compartment, microwave and gas hob with electric fan oven.
The cosy sitting room with its traditional decor and convenience of a living-flame gas stove, is the perfect place to relax.
The property has gas central heating in all rooms.
A small area outside the front door with a bistro set is a great place to take in the evening air and people watch to the backing soundtrack of the babbling brook.
If the kids still have gas in their tanks, there’s a play area within sight just across the way.
From the cottage itself there are impressive views of Bradwell Edge and a host of interesting walks around the local area.
Bradwell village offers the convenience of three pubs which all serve appetising food, as well as an award-winning restaurant.
For your self-catering needs there is a local supermarket, Post Office, bakery, fish and chip shop and the famous Bradwell ice-cream shop!
Slightly further afield you can potter around the historic market town of Bakewell, or the spa town of Buxton, renowned for its spring water, opera house and arts, jazz and opera festivals.
It is easy to spend a whole day at Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, with many historic properties nearby.
Whatever time of year you jump on board, this cottage is just the ticket.
About the location
Castleton 3 miles; Tideswell 4 miles; Buxton 11 miles; Bakewell 12 miles.
Bradwell is a pretty village in the Hope Valley, in a prime position in the Peak District National Park. Tideswell, with its renowned Tideswell church, known as the ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ is just four miles from Bradwell. The picturesque village of Castleton is three miles away, home to fascinating caves, including the Blue John Cavern, and is overlooked by the crumbling Mam Tor or 'Shivering Mountain'. The dramatic scenery of Winnats Pass and Edale in the Edale Valley, famous as the start of the Pennine Way, is nearby. Hathersage is just four miles away and has excellent cafes and an open-air, heated swimming pool. Slightly further afield you can potter around the historic market town of Bakewell, or the Spa town of Buxton, renowned for its spring water, opera house and arts, jazz and opera festivals. It is easy to spend a whole day at Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, whilst there are many historic properties nearby. Pull on your boots and enjoy the spectacular scenery, or explore a web of cycling trails, with bike hire available on the Monsal Trail, the Tissington Trail and at the Derwent Reservoir. Bradwell has shops, pubs and places to eat and makes an excellent base for enjoying this beautiful area.
Note: Children aged 5 years or over only.