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Piggery Place

Hartington, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 996655)



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  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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21 Customer Reviews

  • "Fabulous stay this week."

    Host Sue was lovely and welcoming. Property was perfect, clean, great location and a home from home. The little extras like washing up liquid, cloths, hand wash etc were brilliant. A great location to visit lots of places including Alton towers, Bakewell, Buxton, outlet shopping, and beautiful walks but also enable you to come back and relax. Seeing some calf’s born in the farm was the icing on the cake. Visited with my 13 & 14 year old who can be hard to please but definitely gave this place a thumbs up. Highly recommended!

    Reviewed by EmmaOct 2021

  • "Wonderful two weeks break."

    Was shown around the dairy farm and was introduced to a new born calf. Thanks to the farmers wife for her kindness. The cottage warm,spotlessly clean and ideal for disabled people.

    Reviewed by JeanOct 2021

  • "Lovely quiet location."

    Wish the weather was better though!

    Reviewed by JonathanSep 2021

  • "My husband has severe mobility problems."

    He uses a walking frame and struggles to balance and stand. Piggery Place was well kitted out for him and certainly suited his needs. We were very pleased to see the hand rails and the shower chair in the wet room. The arm chairs in the lounge, we’re not too low and had arms which helped him when he stood up. The furniture was sturdy so that he could lean on it when necessary, to pull himself upright. Our cottage was very well equipped, nice and warm and there was plenty of hot water. The cottage is very close to the High Peak Trail and Long Dale is a stunning, little-known valley, perfect for walking. There is cycle hire and mobility scooter hire at Parsley Hay. We enjoyed our visits to Hartington, Ashbourne and Youlgrave. It was fascinating being on a working dairy farm and the cottage is situated opposite the ‘nursery’. So I enjoyed seeing the calves and watching them being fed. Sue is extremely helpful and is happy to answer any questions about the locality or the farm.

    Reviewed by HelenAug 2021

  • "Very good place to stay and see surrounding area."

    Amazing scenery. Sue was very welcoming and always on hand if we needed help. Place very accessible for our 18 year old in a wheelchair. Both our daughters and ourselves thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. Highly recommend

    Reviewed by BrianAug 2021

  • "Fantastic cottage on a lovely family dairy farm."

    Reviewed by JenniferJul 2021

  • "Warmly welcomed by Mrs Flowers who took time out of her busy schedule to explain a briefly how they work on the farm."

    The cottage, Piggery Place, was very comfortable, clean, well equipped and had a very homely feel. I have limited mobility and everything was designed to accommodate wheelchair users. Piggery Place faces the maternity barn with the nursery next door and we were fortunate enough to see 3 day old twin calves. It was a lovely relaxing time and we hope to go there again. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by AnnJul 2021

  • "The accommodation was rather gloomy and needs updating."

    When sitting outside, the noise from the farms fans and the road made it difficult to relax outside. The fans did not go off until 11.30 pm so it was hard to get an early night. The property could benefit from secondary double glazing to alleviate external noise, particularly from the main road.

    Reviewed by AnthonyJun 2021

  • "Being a wheelchair user it is nice to have a ramped entrance with no shale or ..."

    Being a wheelchair user it is nice to have a ramped entrance with no shale or cobles comfortable seating and an adapted bathroom

    Reviewed by JacquelineSep 2020

  • "Lovely country accommodation- place was spotlessly clean and the disabled facilities were really good."

    We had a great weekend

    Reviewed by SandraJul 2020

  • "Lovely place, when we turned up the heating was not working but within 2hrs a new pump had been fitted."

    Lovely and warm all week. Sue went out of her way to get things sorted ASAP. A really lovely host. Little noise from road, but not bad. We would love to go back, talking about it all ready.

    Reviewed by JohnFeb 2020

  • "A comfortable well adapted cottage no access problems for a wheelchair."

    Everything you may need is provided and the cottage was very homely and warm. Fully recommend this cottage.

    Reviewed by MartynNov 2019

  • "Very comfortable holiday home."

    Fully fitted with everything we needed. It was a good size and owners were very friendly. We would come again. Very happy with it.

    Reviewed by Craig and LindaOct 2019

  • "Very suitable for a person with limited mobility."

    Sue is very nice and knowable. The farm tour was a bonus.

    Reviewed by JeremyAug 2019

  • "Excellent location, cottage lovely, farm amazing"

    Reviewed by RachelAug 2019

  • "We had a nice stay at the farm, where it is lovely to see the beautiful farm with his cows and a very warm kindly farmkeepster Sue and het family."

    In a beautiful surrounding of Peak District is this the place to be for a beautiful Holiday!

    Reviewed by HansJul 2019

  • "Cottage itself was comfy, WiFi worked etc."

    Bed was very comfy. Kitchen well equipped, although there was a washer but no dryer and nowhere to dry clothes either. Our main gripe with this cottage however was lack of peace and quiet. The mooing cows were no problem for us, but one side of the cottage is on a noisy main road and on the other side is right by farm buildings with noisy extractor fans running 24 hrs a day, which prevented us opening windows and using the outdoor seating space. An old fridge freezer had been dumped outside near the front door. There was no introductory folder, in particular info for operating/switching off the heating system. Hartington is lovely but some miles from the cottage, in our view it is inappropriate to assign its attributes for this cottage. However the cottage is very well situated indeed for access to the cycle trails and also general driving to Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton are all not that far away.

    Reviewed by WendyJul 2019

  • "It was a surprise to find that the cottage was located in a farmyard."

    The view from one of the windows is of a steel barn door. There is no mobile phone signal which could be important to a disbled person.

    Reviewed by FrederickJun 2019

  • "As I am a wheelchair user it was great to find a property that is accessible and ..."

    As I am a wheelchair user it was great to find a property that is accessible and has furniture that is the right type and height also grab rails in the bathroom

    Reviewed by JacquelineMay 2019

  • "A very nice cottage indeed and very well placed for exploring the area."

    We were made welcome. There is one issue that may be to do with the way Sykes lists pet-free properties, or it may be to do with how the owner has portrayed it: it appears on your web-site as pet-free, but in fact, as this is a property suitable for the disabled, it actually allows assistance dogs. While this did not affect us, it could well be a major problem for any visitor with severe allergies who is expecting to be visiting a pet-free property when in fact it may not be.

    Reviewed by ChrisApr 2019

  • "A pleasent stay cosey warm could update the settee etc other wise it was just ..."

    A pleasent stay cosey warm could update the settee etc other wise it was just great the owners were very friendly please make the cottage easier tio find do not use the post code i would not hsitate to return caro and paul

    Reviewed by CarolJan 2019

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Old House Farm Cottages

A delightful group of cottages located in the hamlet of Newhaven, by the village of Hartington, in the Dove Valley of the Peak District National Park, an excellent base to begin your adventures throughout the season. Offering somewhere comfortable to return to, each retreat has been thoughtfully put together, so you can enjoy dining in style, and cosying up in front of the TV after an adventure-filled day. Woodburner-effect fires provide warmth on those cooler nights, with charming furnishings to set the scene. The bedrooms are each attuned to the feel of the cottage, your little place to enjoy some peace and quiet upon returning home. The hamlet of Newhaven, which is right on the doorstep, offers the Carriages Bar and Restaurant, serving a selection of local Real Ales and locally sourced wines, as well as a relaxing atmosphere. Try something from their tasty menu or just stop by for a refreshing drink. Steeped in history, this little hamlet is home to many old inns and farmhouses from different periods, and there are some beautiful walks varying in strength to suit all capabilities. A lovely village at the northern end of Dovedale, the village is set in some of the very best walking country including the high peak trails, suitable for off road cycling and walkers. Hartington's past wealth and importance is reflected in the impressive stone cottages and houses around the village square and many ancient routes and trackways still meet in the village. One of the most notable buildings in the village is Hartington Hall, now the local YHA. Dating back to 1611, the manor house still retains much of its original charm and is one of the most popular youth hostels in the Peak District, with a restaurant open to the public serving locally sourced produce. This village is surrounded by wonderful scenery with a network of footpaths radiating from it. To the south is romantic Beresford Dale, leading to Wovescote Dale and the famous Dovedale or venture north, in the Upper Dove valley on quieter paths to Pilsbury Castle and Crowdecote. All you need for a memorable getaway.

The property

This lovely barn conversion rests on the owner's farm in the hamlet of Newhaven, near the village of Hartington; home to old curiosity shops, traditional pubs and a splendid market square.

Suited for couples or a small family, Piggery Place is a delightful cottage to return to, comprising a comfortable open-plan living area, divided between a lounge, well-equipped kitchen, and a dining area for four people.

Sit back with your favourite DVD on play, enjoying the warmth of the woodburning stove.

A collection of bedrooms rest beyond, so you can snuggle up after a long day, either in the double or twin room, each carrying a home away from home feel, with wardrobes, and a neutral overtone.

A wet room completes the interior, providing adapted facilities for those less mobile guests.

Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 996810, together they can sleep up to six people.


  • All ground floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Wet room with shower, basin and WC
  • (disabled-friendly facilities). Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with gas fire.
  • Oil central heating with gas fire
  • Accessible property with wet room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freesat, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Cot available
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Small garden area with bench
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub 5 mins walk
  • Note: Situated on owner's farm.

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About the location


Bakewell 10 miles; Buxton 10 miles.

Hartington, situated in the Dove Valley in the Peak District National Park, was an important market centre in the Middle Ages, having been granted a market charter in 1203. Today the ever-popular village boasts lovely tea rooms, a cheese shop, old curiosity shops, traditional pubs and a splendid market square where the stone-carved village pump, once an important source of water for the villagers, still stands on the green. The local bars stock local ales brewed at the Leatherbritches Brewery in Fenny Bentley and Whim Ales in Hartington itself. The former Hartington railway station, about a mile and half from the village itself, is now a picnic area and the converted track is known as the Tissington Trail, popular with both walkers and cyclists. Hartington is also a good starting point for walking along Beresford Dale, a beautiful place with its curiously formed cliffs and rocks. Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are both within a 20 minute drive, and Alton Towers is within easy reach.

Region Information

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