- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
7 Customer Reviews
"Had a lovely weekend."
However I would strongly suggest a handrail be installed at the back door. The steps are a little steeper than usual and it is very easy to catch your head on the lintel.
"Had an enjoyable Xmas with the family."
Disappointed no Xmas decorations were up so made a dash to Bakewell and brought some in . Comfy clean and large enough to cater for 8 . Some odours evident as you went in which you would expect on a working farm , however think this was down to the drains as the smell in the bathroom was quite strong at times . Otherwise had a lovely time thank you x
"Great, clean home with wonderful views of the hills and countryside for a trip away with friends."
Easy to find. Bedrooms good size. Perfect kitchen to gather round in and house warms up nicely. The animals on the property were lovely. We were at the property with one or two younger people who weren’t used to having weaker internet but for the rest of us it was nice to disconnect. There is very good signal outside of the house, within the property walls there is wifi but if there are more than 3 people, it will not be strong enough if you plan to work on emails etc from the property. Sykes was also very easy to deal with.
"The location is brilliant and the kitchen fantastically equipped."
The twin beds, especially, were really comfy. But there was quite a few issues with our stay, which would have been more acceptable if the property had been priced lower, but for the money we paid we were disappointed. We did contact the owners a couple of time to help resolve issues, and they responded in a timely fashion, but it didn’t resolve the internet issue: -upstairs toilet incredibly loud with a prelonged flush- meant we didn’t flush it at night so didn’t wake the baby and kids but but the morning with no ventilation and upto 6 uses is stunk! -only 4 toilet rolls provided- we ran out on the last morning. On leaving we mentioned this to a member of staff who quite rudely told us it’s self catered accommodation so there are 4 complimentary rolls. I understand the sentiment, but having stayed at a number of holiday homes, basic amenities like this, at a home of this cost, are a basic expectation. Just put a few extra in a cupboard? - internet doesn’t work. The network “Haddon” that the users said we should use, on response to us contacting them, appears at odd moments fleetingly then disappears. There are 2 other internet options available that appear (MikroTik-6A13CC) which I imagine are the boosters? Have no internet access once you connect. We were unable to use the internet during our stay. - insufficient towels for the whole party. No towels in one of the twin rooms so the children had to share our bath towels. - kitchen table had a table cloth on which got grubby after the first day (we were eating all our meals at the house with 3 children) so we removed it and the table underneath was sticky- we cleaned it several times but couldn’t get it to a acceptable state. It’s a beautiful table but need some TLC to sort the stickiness. -lights all flickered, on the Sunday evening it was so bad in the kitchen we could barely see to cook! Again contacted the owners as concerned it was linked to the rain and there was a fault. They reassured us it wasn’t. If this info had been included, in a welcome pack, for example we would have considered it and interesting quirk! - living room is a little uninviting, some shelves or a few pictures on the wall would really soften it. - piles of dog poo in the grass out the back. Difficult for owners to monitor this during stays but wanted to make you aware. On another note just to make the owners aware during the heavy rainfall on Sunday the walls at the back of the house, upstairs and down became visibly damp and damp to touch.
"We have just returned from a very relaxing week at the Tom Wragg Suite."
It is situated on a hill above Bakewell with a lovely view of the countryside. The place is on a working farm but there was very little disturbance from the farm itself. It was clean and comfortable and ideal for my family including our 3 dogs. The large kitchen was adequately stocked with pots, pans and utensils should you wish to cook (we were happy to eat out in the pubs in Bakewell and the surrounding area). It has a large lounge with a large screen tv. The bedrooms were of a good size, 2 doubles (1 with en-suite shower) and 2 twins) each with comfy beds. The only slight negatives were that we couldn’t use the wi-fi (we could log on to next doors from upstairs so wasn’t a massive issue) and the cistern in the main bathroom was very noisy and as it is next to the 2nd double bedroom it made for an interesting nights sleep. I really like Derbyshire especially the Bakewell area and if you are thinking of visiting with a group of up to eight people, you can’t go wrong with Burton Farm Cottages, Tom Wragg Suite. It is a lovely place in a lovely setting in a lovely area. I highly recommend it. Andy
"We had problems with the en-suite shower, it was difficult to turn on."
The markings around the oven knobs were worn away but we eventually sorted it out. Lack of saucepan lids. There was no information about facilities in the cottage or the surrounding area. It would be a good idea if owners stayed in their properties for at least 24 hours so that they could find out any problems.
"The property is excellent."
Second time we stayed there. All good, great improvements made. All comfortable. Suggestions: If possible, a toilet at the bottom floor where there`s an unused closet would be a great addition to the house. It`s right under the main bathroom upstairs. Plus a few more electric plugs in the master bedroom and kitchen. Everything else perfect. Plenty of scenery to view and parking spaces available. Absolutely lovely. We intend to be back for a third time.
- Four-bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 2 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Sitting room
- External utility/games room
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher
- TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 1 car with additional off-road parking available in shared courtyard
- Shared garden with picnic bench
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 1.5 miles, pub 0.8 miles
- Please note: This property accepts booking with a minimum of 2 nights or more
- Please note that car charging is not permitted at this property but there are car charging facilities in the nearby town for your convenience.
Perched on the working dairy farm of Burton Manor in Bakewell, Derbyshire, is this fantastic four-bedroom cottage, The Tom Wragg Suite.
Enjoying a peaceful location in the corner of the courtyard, and the exceptional surroundings of the Peak District National Park, The Tom Wragg Suite is a superb pet-friendly base for a group or family of eight.
Upon entering the property, there is a handy storage room where you can store your walking gear, coats and boots.
Continue through the well-equipped farmhouse style kitchen/diner, where you can look forward to rustling up tasty dishes for your loved ones, ready to savour at the dining table for eight, or alfresco out in your private garden.
As the evening grows darker, retire to the sitting room which features plush seating for eight guests and a large TV, perfect for enjoying family movie nights over bowls of popcorn!
Climb the stairs up to the first floor, where you can wash away the day with a soak in the bath or freshen up under the overhead shower.
When sleep calls, choose from four well-appointed bedrooms, a double with en-suite bathroom and door out onto a lookout with views over to Chatsworth House, a double, and two twins.
You will also have access to the shared utility/games room, where you can challenge your loved ones to a game of table tennis, or make use of the additional fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Adventure awaits at The Tom Wragg Suite.
Refs. 1107891, 1107892, 1107893, 1107894, and 1107895, together sleeping up to 23 guests.
Burton Manor Farm Cottages
The Burton Manor Farm Cottages consists of six beautifully presented cottages resting on an idyllic, rural working dairy farm set above Bakewell, Derbyshire. This collection offers wonderful pet-friendly accommodation with well-equipped open-plan living spaces, large TVs, off-road parking and well-presented bedrooms to return to at the end of the day, making them a lovely base for couples, families and groups friends. The surroundings enjoy the peaceful vistas of the rolling countryside within the Peak District National Park, offering a wealth of scenic walking and cycling trails to choose from. If you don’t fancy cooking, the nearby Lathkil offers a tasty menu and local ales within a charming 19th-century setting. For a wider selection of amenities, make the short journey to Bakewell, where you can stock up on essentials at the convenience store, or enjoy the attractions of Bakewell Old House Museum, Bakewell Bridge, The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop and the Riverside Gardens. Continue on to visit the esteemed Chatsworth House with lavish interior and expansive gardens featuring a labyrinth and children’s farmyard and adventure playground. Venture further to Matlock, where you will find the attractions of the Pic Tor War Memorial, Hall Leys Park and the Peak Rail. An escape to the Peak District doesn’t get much better than with a stay at The Burton Manor Farm Cottages.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £450.
About the location
Chatsworth 4 miles; Matlock 8 miles; Buxton 12 miles.
An attractive little market town retaining a delightful rural atmosphere and offering a good selection of shops, restaurants, and pubs, as well as local farmers markets. There is an old 17th- century market hall in the town centre and a modern leisure centre with swimming pool nearby. Bakewell is situated within the Peak District National Park and is ideally placed for exploring this beautiful region. Both the rugged Dark Peak and the softer limestone White Peak are within easy reach, and Alton Towers, Britain’s premier theme park, is only a short drive away. There are many stately homes to visit including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, and Hardwick Hall to mention just a few, while the impressive caverns in nearby Castleton and Little John’s burial place in Hathersage are also well worth a visit. Take a trip to Buxton and visit the impressive Edwardian Opera House, designed by Frank Matcham, who also designed the London Palladium.
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Please note: This property accepts booking with a minimum of 2 nights or more
Please note that car charging is not permitted at this property but there are car charging facilities in the nearby town for your convenience.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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