This delightful, cosy terraced cottage is set on the edge of the village of Hayfield in Derbyshire, close to the Peak District National Park.
Welcoming throughout, this Hayfield cottage is a perfect retreat for couples or small families looking to explore this beautiful area of the Peak District.
Boasting beautiful countryside views from the rear and views of the village and the hills beyond from the front, this Derbyshire cottage offers a well-equipped kitchen and a delightful sitting room to relax in at the end of a day’s walking.
Upstairs and completing the accommodation are two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
The pretty garden at your cottage in Hayfield comes complete with outdoor furniture, so enjoy the peace and quiet with a morning cup of tea.
There are plenty of walks from the doorstep of this Derbyshire cottage including, Lantern Pike and Kinder Scout, and after exploring the area on foot head into Hayfield village and enjoy a drink in one of old traditional pubs.
The start of the Pennine Way and the Peak District National Park are within reach, and touring opportunities to nearby Buxton, Castleton and Bakewell are all just a short drive away, whilst Chatsworth House and Gardens are not to be missed.
A lovely Hayfield cottage that provides an ideal base, all year round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Chapel-en-le-Frith 4 miles; Glossop 5 miles; Buxton 8 miles.
The delightful High Peak village of Hayfield is situated in a wonderful rural setting on the north western edge of the Peak National Park. It’s a peaceful little village, popular with walkers who are attracted by its close proximity to Kinder Scout. Serious walkers head east out of the village, up and over the green foothills to the russet expanse of the Kinder Plateau, Pennine Way and Snake Path, whilst families (and those who enjoy more gentle rambles) head west along the beautiful Sett Valley Trail towards New Mills. Edale – an alternative start of the Pennine Way - is only a few miles away. The village caters well for tourists with pubs, cafes and restaurants. Other local attractions include the Goyt Valley, Castleton – with its famous caverns - and the popular spa town of Buxton.