This small cottage is attached to the owners’ property, located in the village of Holloway, close to Matlock and Cromford.
Ideal for a small family or couples, this accommodation offers a comfortable stay and benefits from countryside views that lie right on your doorstep.
Upon entering, you will arrive at a modern kitchen/diner with a country feel, perfect for a home-cooked meal after a day exploring the local area.
Everyone can gather together in the living area for a cosy night in by the fire, or you can even plan a romantic evening for two.
The first floor is home to a double bedroom, featuring views of the hills and fields in the distance.
A single bedroom is perfect for children or extra guests, and contains an additional pull-out bed.
The family bathroom is situated close by, complete with a bath and shower over so you can get ready in the morning hours or unwind after an adventure filled day.
To the outside of the property there is a delightful patio area where you can sit back and enjoy a barbecue in the sun.
Holloway, once home to Florence Nightingale, boasts a village shop/PO, butchers/bakers, coffee shop, nearby pubs in Lea and Crich, and an art gallery, and offers numerous walks and cycle routes including the High Peak Trail, Derwent Valley Heritage Way and Midshires Way.
Magnificent Chatsworth House and Gardens, Haddon Hall and Carsington Water with its many water sports are all within easy reach of Holloway.
There is much to see in and around the area of this wonderful village location.
About the location
Crich 2 miles; Matlock Bath 3 miles; Cromford 3 miles.
The ancient village of Holloway lies just 3 miles from the Spa town of Matlock Bath and the Mill village of Cromford, on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Holloway, once home to Florence Nightingale, has a village shop/P.O., pub in adjacent Lea, butcher/bakers, coffee shop and an art gallery, and offers numerous walks and cycle routes including the High Peak Trail, Derwent Valley Heritage Way and Midshires Way. The nearby village of Crich is full of history, offers a number of shops and pubs and is home to the National Tramway Museum, where trams can be taken up the valley to enjoy some of the most beautiful views in the Derbyshire Dales. Cromford, with its connection to Richard Arkwright and the cotton trade, is well worth a visit and is often referred to as the cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Both Arkwright Mill in Cromford and Masson Mill in Matlock Bath form a key part of the UNESCO Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. Matlock Bath lies in the wooded gorge on the River Derwent and boast numerous attractions including Gulliver's Kingdom, the Peak District Mining Museum and magnificent views can be enjoyed down the gorge from the cable cars of The Heights of Abraham, also offering show caves, water gardens, a nature trail and an Owl Maze. The thriving market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Matlock are all within easy reach of Holloway, as are the magnificent Chatsworth House and Gardens, Haddon Hall and Carsington Water, with its many water sports.