This stone mid-terrace cottage rests in the pretty village of Great Longstone, taking a set back position, with lovely gardens to either side.
Bring along family or friends to enjoy a memorable holiday in a well-cared for property, comfortable and inviting all-year-round.
Wander past the plants, shrubs and pretty roses to arrive at the entrance, where you will discover two sitting rooms, the first is covered with a light grey overtone, accompanied by a woodburning stove to warm those cooler nights, whilst the second is centred by an electric fire with front-facing views and a window seat to enjoy it all from.
Follow the stone-flagged floor round to the charm-filled kitchen/diner, which hosts everything you need to feel right at home, with a cloakroom beyond, as well as access out to the cosy patio area.
The first floor is your night time escape, offering three beautiful bedrooms, there is a master suite elevated by a cast iron fireplace, with fitted wardrobes gracing the layout, and soothing furnishings included.
The two other bedrooms also come effortlessly presented, somewhere peaceful to wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
A family bathroom ties this all together, benefiting from a shower over the bath, and a handheld option.
Outside, discover the pretty cottage garden to the front and garden to the rear with patio area, seating and lawned area which rests above with recliners.
The village offers two traditional village pubs, a shop, 18th century stone cottages and a market cross that is situated on the delightful village green.
The Monsal Trail passes through the village and provides eight and a half miles of scenic traffic-free walking and cycling, with the spectacular viaduct at nearby Monsal Head and several tunnels along the route to keep the whole family interested.
The spa town of Buxton with its Opera House is also within driving distance, whilst you can visit the many stately homes including the iconic Chatsworth and Haddon Hall.
A chocolate box cottage in a pretty part of Derbyshire.
About the location
Bakewell 3.3 miles.
The pretty Derbyshire village of Great Longstone is situated in a wonderful location in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Great Longstone is nestled in an enviable position, flanked by Longstone Edge, with Bakewell and Chatsworth House close by. The village offers two traditional village pubs, a shop, 18th century stone cottages and a market cross that is situated on the delightful village green. The Monsal Trail runs through the village and provides eight and a half miles of scenic traffic-free walking and cycling, with the spectacular viaduct at nearby Monsal Head and several tunnels along the route to keep the whole family interested. Just down the road lies the picture postcard village of Ashford-in-the-Water, which boasts a medieval Sheepwash Bridge, once a major crossing point over the River Wye for packhorses delivering mail from Derby. The nearby, renowned market town of Bakewell, which can be accessed via the Monsal Trail, offers a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs, together with frequent local farmers' markets. Take a stroll along the river bank to feed the ducks and geese and see the ‘love locks’ on the foot bridge. The spa town of Buxton with its Opera House is also within driving distance. You could also visit the many stately homes including the iconic Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall, or take a trip to the World Heritage Site of the Richard Arkwright Mills in Cromford, all of which are within easy reach. With the impressive castle and caverns at Castleton close by, you'll be spoilt for choice at this fantastic location.