A cosy first floor apartment in the centre of the pretty village of Hartington.
Set above a quaint little antiques shop, this apartment is very welcoming, with a contemporary feel and is just perfect for two couples or a small group looking for a retreat or to explore the stunning Derbyshire countryside.
There’s a well-equipped kitchen, and an open plan living/dining area with polished wood floors, beams, comfortable soft leather furnishings and a coal-effect fire, creating a cosy yet modern atmosphere to relax in at the end of a busy day exploring.
Both the comfortable bedrooms have en-suite facilities and one of them has a large access window where you can step out to a completely private balcony to take some air where there are no views other than the beautiful sky.
Hartington is a popular little market town lying on the River Dove.
From this village there are two major cycle and walking routes, the Tissington Trail and the High Peak Trail which meet at nearby Parsley Hay.
Hartington has lots to offer with its popular real ale pubs, quaint tea rooms and old curiosity shops and duck pond.
You can also visit the local cheese shop, selling its own unique Dovedale Cheese.
Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are only short car drives away making this a lovely little retreat whenever you go.
All first floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (can be a 2’6” twin on request) with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double with basin and en-suite shower and WC, with window access to balcony. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with electric coal-effect fire.
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.