Doveridge 0.7 miles.
This is an immaculate cosy, semi-detached barn conversion, situated next to the owner’s home, surrounded by beautiful Derbyshire countryside, less than one mile from the pretty village of Doveridge.
Beautifully appointed throughout to provide a wonderful romantic retreat, this Doveridge cottage is an ideal base for exploring this delightful part of the Peak District.
This cottage near Uttoxeter boasts a spacious double bedroom, which opens up directly from the spiral staircase, plus there is also a comfortable living space on the ground floor, and there are opportunities for walks from the doorstep.
Take some time to enjoy the tranquillity of the surrounding area, punctuated only by the occasional brief burst of animal noise.
Look out for a wide range of bird and wildlife including pheasants, owls, wood pigeons, ducks and geese as well a cow and sheep or two; and when it gets dark, marvel at the cosmos as you gaze upwards into the clear night sky.
The pretty village of Doveridge is close by and offers a shop, plus a little further is Uttoxeter with a wider array of amenities.
Just 12 miles away is the market town of Ashbourne with antique and boutique shops, as well as cafes and charming inns.
A pretty Doveridge cottage, perfect at whatever the time of year that you wish to visit.
About the location
Uttoxeter 3 miles; Ashbourne 12 miles.
The pretty little village of Doveridge lies within easy reach of the Peak District National Park. Doveridge, mentioned in the Domesday Book is nestled amongst beautiful countryside, offering great walking and cycling paths and trails. The village has a small shop/Post Office with a coffee shop. St Cuthbert’s Church dates from before the 13th century and boasts a 1000 year old yew tree which is supported on crutches and under which Robin Hood and Maid Marion were rumoured to have wed. Near the church flows the River Dove with its Victorian suspension footbridge. The village is situated just three miles from the bustling Staffordshire town of Uttoxeter with its larger array of amenities and racecourse. The NT Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood is very close by and offers a fascinating insight into days gone by. The market town of Ashbourne is within driving distance with its eccentric street plan, narrow cobbled alleys and quaint coaching inns and is something of a haven for antique hunters, boasting superb shops, as well as a variety of good pubs and restaurants. The Dove and Manifold Valleys are also nearby, and both Carsington Water and Alton Towers are within a 20 minute drive, making this a wonderful location for relaxation and enjoyment all year round.