- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Sky TV
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
10 Customer Reviews
"Very well eqipped and very comfortable, well located."
Thank you for your lovely feedback Property Owner
"Loved all the extras eg dishwasher tablets, washing powder and so on."
It is a lovely cottage & we had a wonderful stay, thank you. The only comment about comfort was it was a little hot at night (I think the duvets were perhaps a little thick) and there were one or two cobwebs in areas but these were minor. Thank you
We’re very glad that you had a good stay. Thank you for your feedback which is always useful. Summer duvets will be available in the future Property Owner
"An exceptional holiday cottage."
Well equiped , clean, near pubs etc. We'll certainly go there again!!
We’re very glad that you enjoyed your stay at the cottage and look forward to welcoming you back sometime. Judith and Julian Property Owner
"The duvets were too heavy/hot for the season but apart from that the cottage was fine"
Many thanks for your feedback. Property Owner
"We had a lovely stay at Trickett Gate Cottage."
The house was comfortable and well equipped. We enjoyed breakfast outside in the garden next to the stream with the occasional duck visitor. Castleton has lots to do and lovely walks from the door. You are also well placed for other attractions in the Peak District. The only thing I would mention is that the parking is tight for 2 cars, so you need to be a confident driver to navigate it. That said, off road parking is a huge benefit, as it is very few and far between in properties here given the age of Castleton. I would definitely book again, and really didn't want to leave. Also, look out for the fossils in the wall near the drain pipe at the front of the property!
Many thanks for your feedback, we’re very happy you had a lovely time and look forward to welcoming you again in the future. Property Owner
"Probably need extra warning about how hot the radiator in bathroom can get."
We’re very glad you enjoyed the cottage. Thanks for the feedback, we will attend to this. Property Owner
"Great experience both arriving and staying at the cottage."
My family from Denmark really enjoyed their stay and the surroundings.
Many thanks for your lovely review. We’re really pleased that you had a good time. Property Owner
"A lovely cottage and we appreciated all the books!"
Thank you for your lovely comment. We’re glad you enjoyed the books. Property Owner
"Lovely environment and cosy home from home."
We did some climbing on Gods own rock at Burbage, walking over Kinder Scout and took in Chatsworth and a Bakewell pudding and great memories made here. Henry, Emi, Emma, Olivia and Annabelle
"Lovely weekend, we did the Edale Skyline on Saturday."
Good food at the Italian and Cheshire Cat. We thought the village and pubs were great. This is a superb cottage, ideal for a break, would recommend to anybody. Simon, Duncan, Bob, Greg, Russ
- Three bedrooms: 1 x spacious double, 1 x double, 1 x single
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Utility/boot room
- Sitting room with gas ‘wood burner effect’ stove
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge with freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher
- TV with Sky Glass, Smart speakers, WiFi, wide selection of books, local maps and guides
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot available
- Parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed rear garden with lawn, patio, and furniture
- Secure bike storage available
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and Peakshole Water 0.1 miles, pub 0.2 miles
- Note: There are steps in the garden
- Note: There is a stream behind the garden; please ensure children are supervised at all times
- Note: Check-in from 4pm, check-out by 10am
Resting in the peaceful village of Castleton, Derbyshire is Trickett Gate Cottage, a characterful, three-bedroom dwelling, delightfully combining its medieval history with contemporary amenities.
Enjoying a prime position in the Peak District National Park, enveloped by beauty spots, whilst resting a stone’s throw away from shops, eateries, and a wide range of picturesque walks from the doorstep, the cottage offers the ideal base for a family getaway or an active break, inviting five guests.
Private parking for two cars on the property is very welcome after a long journey or when returning from a trip out.
Unpack at your leisure before heading to the rear of the property, accessing via the kitchen/diner, fully-equipped to meet your self-catering needs.
Rustle up homecooked meals and dine in this space, or if you'd prefer an alfresco affair, eat in the enclosed garden, enjoying views of Peakshole Water flowing past the end of the garden.
Whether you have been for a gentle stroll to the pub, walking, cycling or pursuing one of the many easily accessible outdoor activities kick off your boots or store your bike in the utility room and return indoors to relax and unwind in the sitting room.
Adorned with beamed ceilings and exposed stonework this room boasts an intriguing medieval staircase.
A gas fired ‘wood burner effect’ stove adds warmth to the atmosphere with entertainment provided by the Sky Glass TV and smart speaker with Amazon music.
Rest your eyes in one of the three bedrooms, including a spacious double, a double with a desk, ideal for remote workers, and a single, all serviced by a shower room.
Awaken to explore your surroundings; stroll around this picturesque village brimming with history with the imposing Peveril Castle and the underground guided tours offered by the Peak and Speedwell Caverns just minutes away.
Winnats Pass, Cave Dale and Mam Tor provide spectacular walking and cycling opportunities accessible from your doorstep or venture just a few miles further to ascend Kinder Scout from Edale or stroll around the peaceful Ladybower reservoir and marvel at the bravery of the Dambuster Squadron that trained there.
Recommended to pack your walking boots for. Head to Buxton to discover Poole's Cavern, a two-million-year-old natural limestone cave, trek up to Solomon’s Temple or enjoy a play at Buxton’s famous Opera House.
Round off your trip with a tour of Bakewell, crossing over Bakewell Bridge and perhaps sampling an original Bakewell pudding before discovering the magnificent Haddon Hall, following the Monsal Trail, ideal for walking or cycling across the national park or heading for the fascinating ‘plague village’ of Eyam.
Experience a peaceful getaway at Trickett Gate Cottage.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.
About the location
CASTLETON, PEAK DISTRICT
Hope 1.5 miles; Buxton 10 miles; Bakewell 13 miles.
The outstandingly beautiful Peak District village of Castleton is situated at the top of the Hope Valley, on the doorstep of some great walking country. Steeped in fascinating history, the village boasts the Norman Peverill Castle Keep which is in a commanding position keeping an eye on the village and the National Park. The village is a draw to walkers and all manner of outdoor enthusiasts wanting to follow the paths, conquer the Winnats Pass or have a go at caving. Castleton is world-famous for its visitor caves and the beautiful semi precious stone Blue John which is only found and mined here. Castleton has a fabulous array of interesting little gift shops, pubs, tea rooms and an excellent Visitor Centre with its small museum explaining life in the Hope Valley, plus the Christmas lights and festive activities are very popular with visitors during December. Nearby are the pretty villages of Edale, the start of the Pennine Way, Hope and Hathersage with its seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Enjoy a day out at Alton Towers or visit the impressive Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall. Also within easy reach are Buxton, Matlock Bath and Carsington Water, while further afield are the market towns of Ashbourne and Leek.
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