- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
24 Customer Reviews
"Overall we really enjoyed our stay and found the cottage a lovely place to be."
The only downsides were the double bedroom light was completely broken despite trying 3 different bulbs in it which made the evenings a faff, and some of the master bedroom (eg bedside table) was quite dusty and the garden quite messy. But overall we really enjoyed our stay and would come back again
"Lovely area for walks."
Comfortable cottage. Single beds not overly comfortable. Very useful little shop nearby. After weekend, no issue on parking.
"We LOVE Jasmine Cottage - this is second time we have stayed there and we hope to visit again soon!"
The feature wallpapers in each room make us smile, we love the zany light fitting in the kitchen. We had been put off by the lack of guaranteed parking but there is a huge free car park just up the road and we can easily get on street parking once the walkers/visitors have left by 6pm on Saturday. Some one had left a couple of saucepans a bit eggy but not a problem to clean them. MORE tea towels would be GREAT - one just isnt enough if you dont us the dishwasher.
"We enjoyed our stay in the cottage."
It was comfortable and well equipped. Parking was sometimes challenging but there is a car park a little way up the road and we left our car there for a couple of days when we didn't need it. A neighbour told us about this and it would have been useful to have the information in the details.
"Fantastic location for peak village life."
In the centre yet peacefully tucked away.
"Being such a busy village the on road parking was sometimes difficult."
The cottage itself was quirky & had all the facilities to make a really carefree easy visit. Bathroom facilities were excellent. The mobile reception was erratic but we believe not peculiar to Jasmine cottage.
"This is the second year in this cottage, it’s decorated beautifully and has all the amenities that you need, the toilets looked a bit grubby this year and a few cobwebs but hey ho, it’s a lovely little place to stay, we will be back."
"The cottage was perfect and the bath was luxurious and just what was required after long walks."
"The cottage was in an excellent location."
Could do with some new casserole dishes and baking trays. Also didn’t seem very clean could do with a good clean all round.
"A lovely comfortable cottage in a perfect location."
We had a great week at Youlgreave and the cottage was perfect for our family of four. Well equipped for us to cook every night (and the pub did a great fish and chip takeaway for our last night's stay!). The cottage is perfectly located for exploring the Peak District and nothing was further than about 30 mins drive away (although many beautiful walks can access directly from Youlgreave itself and one day we simply spent all day paddling in the river in Youlgreave itself). A perfect escape:)
"The holiday was for my son who has learning disability he went with 2 carers."
They said the cottage perfect although no banister was a little daunting!! Everything was in easy distance. Hope to re book next year
"No loo roll available when we arrived - major inconvenience."
Dirty coffee maker, didn’t know whether it was usable/ primed. Either clean it up or take it away so there’s more space. Dishwasher was available (but not advertised) which was useful. Nice village, good location.
"The cottage was fab, got every thing you need from dishwasher to washing machine, had a stuck bathroom window, messaged owner and sorted within 2 days, we love youlgreave and have booked to come again in 2020."
"Thank you for such an amazing week!"
The cottage was well located within Youlgrave, just a few minutes' walk to the shops and local pubs. It is a very spaceous cottage and we loved relaxing by the log fire after a long day of hiking. Kitchen facilities were excellent too as we mostly cooked our own meals. Youlgrave is very central to the best walks in the area, more convenient than Bakewell for our walks overall, and just a 10-15 frequent bus to Bakewell, with the bus stop 30 seconds from the cottage. An excellent week - would recommend highly!!
"We had a great week in Jasmine Cottage."
The house was just right for us and had pretty much everything we needed. The village location is brilliant - quiet but with pubs and shops a few minutes walk away and loads to do within half an hour's drive. The on-road parking was a bit tricky a couple of times but generally OK. Our only real quibbles would be the beds - the single beds are so squeaky, and the double bed quite uncomfortable. I also think it would be helpful to specify which door the key opens (as it's not the one next to the key safe!).
"This is a lovely, well equipped, cottage and we enjoyed very much a comfortable week in Youlgreave."
Parking is on-street - we coped. There are some great walks to be done from the front door - the map and guides provided in the cottage are really helpful. The local post office store is friendly and offers most of what you need. Instructions in the cottage are concise and helpful. Much enjoyed - thank you.
"No instructions left for the central heating."
It was as if they didn't want you to use it.
"The cottage was lovely especially the log burner."
The village was also lovely and we had a great holiday. Parking was a bit of a problem when we arrived as you can not park in front of the cottage. After that we managed to park close by. The only down side was the bed was very uncomfortable.
"Internet was not working and the down stairs toilet wouldn't flush and started to smell which was very off putting when you was trying to eat your dinner in the kitchen which is right next to the toilet."
The owner knew about both of these problems before we arrived and didn't attempt to fix them. I was left no cleaning products so had to go out and purchase some especially to try and stop the smell of the toilet.
"Patio area could have been a little tidier, and shrubs cut down to the height of the wall so you could have more of an outlook."
But this is being really picky the cottage itself was excellent, and we had a great stay.
"Cottage Review Pleasant cottage but it would have been so good to have had some help when most of the house smelt of drains."
We both became ill after a couple of days. No support from the owner or Sykes. Parking/unloading can be tricky if the holiday cottage next door is occupied. Not particularly child-friendly as there isn’t a garden to play in although there are rural views. ------------------------------------------------- Many thanks for your feedback, we have fed your comments back to the owner in order to maintain our property standards. Your views are as valued as your initial booking so that we can keep providing the best UK holiday experience. Your points will also be reviewed to ensure that our property descriptions are accurate and not misleading. If you feel that you'd like to discuss your points further, please don't hesitate to call on the details below. Our lines are open 7 days a week from 9am until 7pm.
"Could they clean all the black mould off of there Windows."
Have taken photos if want to see them?.. And the first photo of the cottage, is not there cottage!!.
"A lovely little cottage, in a great location."
Great to have local information and information on local walks in the cottage. Good pubs close by. Cottage well set up with plenty of space for muddy boots etc. Would recommend this cottage.
"Really enjoyed our stay at Jasmine Cottage."
The welcome book was helpful. The cottage warm and welcoming. Youlgreave is a beautiful village.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Sitting room with woodburner.
- Gas central heating with woodburner
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Roadside parking
- Enclosed rear patio and furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 3 mins, pub 2 mins walk
- Note: There is no handrail on the stairs
- Note: Parking and unloading may be difficult due to parking being roadside.
A detached stone cottage tucked away behind a row of cottages, in the centre of Youlgreave.
This pretty village location is ideal for a small family or couples to feel right at home and explore the countryside surroundings and beyond.
The interior of the property has been decorated to a loving standard with architectural designs that bring a colourful twist to the layout.
You will look forward to returning home after a long day and preparing those appetizing meals in the kitchen, before sitting down with your loved ones to discuss up and coming adventures over dinner.
For a cosy night, why not spend some time in the living area, whether its watching a movie or reading a good book in front of the woodburner, be sure to make the most of the peaceful atmosphere.
Wander up the stairs to arrive at the family bathroom, complete with a shower over for a classic place to get ready ahead of your afternoon.
A good nights sleep is promised in the twin bedroom with colourful bedding and floral prints that bring a warming feel to the room.
The double bedroom is laced with a deep purple tone and views of the valley tie the space together well.
On a sunny day, enjoy the patio area perhaps resting with a refreshing drink or take a stroll to the riverside.
The village of Youlgreave, once the centre of Derbyshire's lead-mining industry, now plays home to three pubs, all serving food, two shops and a delightful medieval church.
The attractive market town of Bakewell is nearby and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Everything you need for a heart-warming stay.
About the location
Bakewell 4 miles.
Surrounded by stunning countryside, the Historic village of Youlgreave winds its way along a narrow limestone shelf, situated between two of the area's loveliest valleys - Lathkill Dale to the north and Bradford Dale to the south. Once the centre of Derbyshire's lead-mining industry, this charming village now plays home to three pubs, all serving Home Cooked food, two shops (one with a Post Office) and a delightful medieval church. The attractive market town of Bakewell is nearby and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a weekly local market. With the whole of the Peak District National Park on the doorstep, many stately homes to visit including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall, Clake Abbey offering a great day out. Alton Towers, Britain's premier theme park, is just a short drive away, this great area has plenty to offer!
This property offers the following short breaks:
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