Turnditch 1 mile.
This charming little cottage near Turnditch adjoins the owner’s home in a wonderful rural location in the hamlet of Cross o'th' Hands, overlooking Derbyshire’s rolling hills.
This Peak District cottage is welcoming and homely and provides a cosy, romantic escape for those wishing to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Derbyshire countryside.
Boasting beautiful views, this Turnditch cottage is full of character, including a galleried en-suite king-size double bedroom, which is accessed directly from the stairs, and a warming, woodburner-style gas stove to settle beside on cosy evenings.
Outside this Derbyshire cottage near Turnditch, there is a very pretty garden which is private and enclosed, with a small patio and lawn complete with gazebo, a perfect place to sit and enjoy a pre-dinner drink and chat about what to explore tomorrow!
The village of Turnditch offers some good food pubs, and is surrounded by a network of walks that lead into the Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales.
Close by are the interesting towns of Belper, Ashbourne, Matlock and Matlock Bath, as well as exciting Alton Towers, making this area ideal for any type of holiday, with walking, climbing, pretty villages and historic houses all waiting to be discovered in this beautiful part of the Peak District.
A lovely, romantic Turnditch cottage for couples to enjoy.
One king-size double bedroom with en-suite corner bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas stove.
About the location
Belper 4 miles; Ashbourne 7 miles.
Turnditch is a delightful hillside village in the heart of Derbyshire overlooking the Ecclesbourne Valley. Conveniently located on the Belper to Ashbourne road, the village has a church, school and three pubs. The adjacent village of Hulland Ward offers a petrol station, shop and Post Office. There are many walks up and down the valley, as well as cycling and watersports at nearby Carsington Water. The attractive, traditional market towns of Belper, Ashbourne and Matlock are within easy reach, as are Alton Towers and the famous and historic houses of Haddon Hall and Chatsworth. Along with fishing on the River Derwent and golf nearby, this is a wonderful part of the Peaks, with plenty to do whatever the time of year.