A lovely detached stone cottage resting in an elevated position within the village of Winster, only five miles away from Matlock.
Perfect for couples or a small family, this retreat offers a warm and comfortable stay whatever the occasion may be.
From the porch you will arrive at a sitting room, home to a comfortable sofa and a woodburner, where you can socialise together in the warm ambience.
The light and airy feel of this room also makes a relaxing place to rest throughout the day.
The nearby kitchen is well equipped and boasts a dining table, ideal for enjoying a home-cooked meal next to the woodburner-effect fire with your loved ones.
A well-presented double bedroom lies on the next floor and after a long afternoon, you will look forward to reading a book here, before drifting into a peaceful night's sleep.
The twin bedroom is equally as promising, neutrally designed and complimented by pastel coloured accessories.
When it comes to getting ready ahead of your day, a family bathroom boasts both a bath and a shower, where you can relax in the morning or evening.
When the weather is pleasant, wander outside to a small lawned area containing a patio at the front of the cottage with wonderful views over the village to the hills beyond.
Enjoy a refreshing drink and plan your adventures for the week ahead.
The village of Winster is famous for its Morris dancers, the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race, Wakes festivities in June, and the Secret Gardens of Winster event in July.
Out of season, walking enthusiasts can tour The Limestone Way which runs along the edge of the village, whilst The Tissington and High Peaks walking and cycling trails, are certainly worth a visit.
Explore the whole of the Peak District from this wonderful location.
About the location
Bakewell 6 miles; Matlock 4.5 miles.
The conservation village of Winster is situated within the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park and is an extremely pretty place, with a charming 17th century market house at its centre, and other imposing 17th and 18th century houses, many three storeys high. The three main streets - Main Street, East Bank and West Bank are interconnected by alleyways known as ‘ginnels’, which are well worth exploring. The village of Winster is famous for its Morris dancers, the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race, Wakes festivities in June, and the Secret Gardens of Winster event in July. Within the village there is a well-stocked, community-owned general store incorporating a Post Office. There are two pubs, both serving food and traditional beer. Bakewell, Matlock, Chatsworth House, and the Peak Rail Steam Railway are all nearby and, for keen walkers and cyclists, The Limestone Way runs along the edge of the village. The Tissington and High Peaks walking and cycling trails, with bike hire available, both lie less than 5 miles from the village, a wonderful base for exploring the Peak District.