3 miles to Tideswell, 5 miles to Bakewell, 8 miles to Castleton, 8 miles to Chatsworth.
East View is a stunning, semi-detached cottage located in Wardlow, Derbyshire, situated in the heart of the Peak District.
Entering the property, you walk into a lovely sitting room, which has a lot of character, with exposed beams and a stone fireplace, housing an open fire.
You can relax in front of the fire and enjoy the benefits of the TV with Sky Q with access to many of your favourite programmes.
Or curl up in an armchair and enjoy one of the provided books and discover a lost literary classic.
The open-plan kitchen and dining room, has seating for four people, and is a wonderful social space with oak beams and quarry tiled floor.
The kitchen is equipped with modern units, wooden worktops and modern electrical equipment, where you can prepare your meals.
Upstairs has two bedrooms: one king-size and one twin, ideal for small families.
Each bedroom has lovely modern furniture to house all your personal items, and sweeping countryside views right from your bed!
Wake up to this stunning location every morning.
Wardlow is close to Monsal Head and the Monsal Trail and within driving distance of many neighbouring towns, other tourist attractions and stunning walks/cycle rides within the Peak National Park.
Within 15 minutes drive are Tideswell, Bakewell, Eyam Castleton and its caverns and Chatsworth House.
Venture into the spa town of Buxton to visit many of its wonderful attractions, including Poole's Cavern and nearby Buxton Country Park woodlands with views across Solomon’s Temple.
East View Cottage is the perfect base for walkers/cyclists and as a spot for a relaxing family holiday.
About the location
Tideswell 3 miles; Bakewell 5 miles; Buxton 11 miles; Chatsworth 8 miles
Wardlow is a small farming village in the heart of the Derbyshire White Peaks, ideal as a base for exploring the astounding Peak District National Park. Two miles up the road is Monsal Head one of the most photographed viewpoints in Derbyshire. With stunning views over Monsal Dale sweeping down to the winding river Wye and the famous Headstone viaduct. The viaduct is part of the Monsal Trail, a peaceful route for walkers and cyclists through some of the most spectacular limestone dales in the area (cycle hire available). Within a short driving distance are Eyam, historically famous for it’s role in the Bubonic Plague, Tideswell Dale with a Wildlife Nature Reserve, Bakewell, a small market town on the river Wye, famous for the Bakewell Pudding, tea rooms, country pubs and independent shops and galleries, the spa town of Buxton known as the gateway to the Peak District National Park where there are ornamental gardens, Georgian and Victorian architecture and numerous independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Set at the foot of Buxton Country Park is Poole’s Cavern with its strange and wondrous limestone formations. Other visitor caverns are situated in Castleton which lies between the Dark Peak and limestone White Peak areas, including Blue John cavern and Speedwell cavern with its underground boat ride. Castleton is a major walking centre and has many amenities including a tourist information centre. Eight miles from Wardlow is Chatsworth House a large stately home with a magnificent house, gardens, park and woodland.