This delightful corner cottage rests within the village of Wensley, a wonderful part of the Peak District National Park.
Full of charm and tradition, you are guaranteed to feel a warm welcome upon arrival.
The diverse selection of bedrooms make this retreat perfect for a family or group of friends looking for a sociable place to return to after a day of adventure.
Enter into the kitchen/diner, complete with a homely touch, and you can enjoy breakfast or dinner amongst the heart-warming layout.
Cosy up in the sitting room before the woodburner, and be impressed by the signature fireplace and overhead exposed beams that bring a real sense of character.
The ground floor is also home to a twin bedroom, neutrally decorated for a classic finish, and accompanied by a bedside table.
Take the stairs to arrive at the king-size bedroom, wonderfully presented with a built-in wardrobe and a dressing table where you can get ready ahead of your afternoon.
The single bedroom has a pull-out bed and is convenient for a child or extra guest to enjoy a peaceful nights sleep away from it all.
A family bathroom boasts an all-white suite and completes the accommodation.
Nestled in the Derbyshire hills just 3 miles from Matlock, with some wonderful walking and stunning views all around, Wensley is the place to be.
Bakewell, Chatsworth and Matlock are all nearby and for keen walkers and cyclists, the village lies within 5 miles of the Tissington and The Limestone Way.
Feel right at home in this well-appointed location.
About the location
Matlock 3 miles; Bakewell 8 miles.
Wensley is a conservation village which is nestled in the Derbyshire hills just 3 miles from Matlock, with some wonderful walking and stunning views all around. Just one mile away is the conservation village of Winster which is situated within the Peak District National Park and is an extremely pretty place with a charming 17th century market house and other imposing 18th century houses on its three main streets. Less imposing, but no less endearing, are the little alleyways or ‘ginnels’ off Main Street, which are well worth exploring. The village is famous for its Morris dancers, Wakes festivities (every July) and its annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race - a fascinating spectacle! Within the village is a well-stocked community store incorporating a Post Office, and two pubs - both serving food and local traditional beer. Bakewell, Chatsworth and Matlock are all nearby and, for keen walkers and cyclists, the village lies within 5 miles of the Tissington and High Peaks walking/cycling trails and The Limestone Way.