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Lees Farm

Priestcliffe near Bakewell, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 2681)

3.9

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  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
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  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
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86 Customer Reviews

  • "Excellent house and garden situated with magnificent views of the Peak District ."

    The adults, baby and dogs all had a great time !

    Reviewed by LomanSep 2021

  • "We had a great time with the superb isolated location with great views."

    Sykes responded promptly to communication. recent garden furniture was a real bonus. Description does not make clear that 2 bedrooms have skylights not proper windows, this was disappointing for the adult guests in our party. Other than the 2 master bedrooms, the 2 secondary bedrooms (with single beds) have poor ventilation due to the skylights/high velux windows only. One of the double beds was broken, ( the top section was not fixed on.) Clothes airers are still broken - indoors one for over a year according to previous feedback, outdoors too, (even a normal old-fashioned clothes line would be better than nothing.) Carpets smell musty downstairs. We had to bring lights from upstairs into the lounge to be able to read. An outside sun umbrella would be of benefit. Kitchen was well- equipped. Showers are good. Barbecue was small and missing bits - we had to fashion our own grill surface from 2x disposables. Overall we enjoyed our stay and had a great time, in a rural cottage we were not expecting anything fancy, but for the price for a week that we paid we would expect these fairly basic straightforward things to be fixed - and not keep recurring in the comments/feedback.

    Reviewed by NeilJul 2021

  • "Fantastic views, hadn't actually realised how good they would be."

    Really a superb spot, completely isolated from neighbours, perfect place for a relaxing break. Looks like owners are investing in the property, looked like a new air source heating unit and garden furniture added which were great. The living spaces are comfortable and clean. The kitchen is a little old but quite ok. The range cooker was great to prepare food on. Double bedrooms a little tight to fit in a travel cot (we had two toddlers in our party). Downstairs bedroom ideal for older children or single adults. Bedroom with views down into the valley did have a slightly damp smell which is mentioned in other reviews. It is a very old cottage and moisture is a bit inevitable, it wasn't intrusive or really unpleasant. One thing to keep in mind is the farm track, if you have anything lower than an SUV/4x4 you will need to take it very carefully. XC90 was absolutely fine but our party had an Audi A4 which scraped up the hill in parts.

    Reviewed by DanJul 2021

  • "Really good stay and great cottage."

    A couple of small issues were some of the wooden outdoor furniture was unusable as it was broken. 4 chairs we couldn’t use. Also the big wooden table at the front of the property is split down the middle so we couldn’t move it at all when the sun moved slightly. The wifi also didn’t work for the full week of the stay. We tried turning it on and off again a few times but it didn’t work at any point. Apart from that all was great. Thanks

    Reviewed by EdMay 2021

  • "Amazing location, very comfortable."

    Great to have stoves and logs supplied. Cottage very wll appointed!

    Reviewed by KathrynApr 2021

  • "Perfect cottage builtiful location the only drawback was the road leading to the cottage very poor."

    welcome milk and biscuits were a nice touch on arrival. Lovely and remote, fantastic views, wood burners. Have recommended this cottage to all familys and friends and will definitely will come back here.This was a great experience which made our holiday a one to remember. Michael Timson.

    Reviewed by MichaelSep 2020

  • "No thanks"

    Reviewed by BelindaSep 2020

  • "There were a few silly things that marred the property and they are petty."

    Only one dish tablet per day for 9 people, some of the outside chairs were broken as was the clothes airer (which had been mentioned in the visitor book previously). The worse thing for us though was the gardeners turning up as we were loading the car, not good with dogs. Otherwise a beautiful property in a wonderful location.

    Reviewed by MichaelAug 2020

  • "We have just returned from our stay at Lee's farm."

    Overall we had a great stay, the location of the house is 10/10 couldn't be any more perfect. But for the price we paid we where expecting a higher standard in the house. The house was incredibly damp, one of the bedrooms the skirting was literally crumbling off & the smell throughout the whole upstairs was unbearable. The heating was ok. This was very tempermental, with plug in radiators in some rooms. due to raidiators not working. Drainage in all toilets, it needs 2/3 flushes to flush any paper down the toilet. Dishwasher does not work at all, it comes on & trips & turns off after 30 seconds, we tried chaining fuses etc but no luck, it wasn't that urgent for us to call anyone out. The whole upstairs carpets are DISGUSTING! no reflection on the cleaners i think years of stains on them without a proper clean, i understand the house allows dogs but this shouldn't be reflecting of the state of the carpets, we stay 3-4 different places a year with our dogs & have never seen anything quite like it. Things like the guest information is almost non existent. apart from a pack about what the house includes, a book on walks & a book for the appliances. local things to do how far the nearest shop is etc would of been very helpful. The house does have everything you need to stay comfortably & a good supply of logs to keep everything warm. Unfortunately the damp is the main thing that would stop us returning & it does bring down our expectations especially that we had our little baby in one of the rooms i understand this is an old house & damp is an occurrence but i feel it needs some major treatment. The driveway near the house is great , half way down the lane where there are some major homes in the road, any other car apart from a 4x4 which we had would of majorly struggled. how much does some hardcore cost to fill these major holes cost (There are about 10)

    Reviewed by JakeDec 2019

  • "The farmhouse was a wonderful place for a family stay."

    The kitchen was really well equipped, the rangemaster stove was brilliant to cook on and really easy to work out how to use. I have never used one before but soon got to grips with it. Loved the outside table and chairs as we had some lovely weather and were able to enjoy outside eating. Everything in and outside of the house was very good quality (although apart from the barbecue which was really too small for a family so we bought some disposables to use as well). We loved the location at the top of the hill with only cows and sheep, and the occasional rabbit, for neighbours, but only an average of about 30 mins drive from various tourist attractions (show caves, Castleton, Buxton, Bakewell, Matlock Bath). Obviously the drive can be tricky but we felt it was a minor negative compared to all the positives. Check in and out is easy with the key safe, and there was good communication with Margaret from Sykes Cottages when I needed to contact her. All in all we had a wonderful week there and would recommend it to any family.

    Reviewed by MaryAug 2019

  • "Lee's Farm is an absolute gem."

    The photos does not do it justice. There was not a single thing that you would want to add, take away or change. Tescos delivered right to the door! So no need to source a supermarket, which helps with packing and travelling. The instructions to get there were very good and easy to follow. It was the best thought through and executed place we have ever been to. It was pristine. It was maintained to such a high standard. Everything you might need was in the cottage, even household items even little night lights! It was also very well situated for all attractions to see and do in the area. We all had a super time, and coming back to a very cosy, warm cottage, especially after a day in torrential rain, was like coming home!

    Reviewed by AnnAug 2019

  • "Lee’s farm was perfect from the comfortable living rooms with the wood fires, the comfy beds, both bathrooms and the kitchen with all the utensils you could imagine!"

    The surrounding countryside provided amazing views regardless of the weather. The 20 minute walk (if you are fairly fit) to the great pub meant that although you are literally in the middle of nowhere you can get a great feed and drink without having to get in the car! All in all I would definitely recommend Lee’s farm for small or large groups

    Reviewed by KarlJun 2019

  • "Back again in this well positioned and provided for cottage in the centre of the Peak District, well located for the Monsal Trail and surrounding visitor attractions."

    The unmade road to the cottage continues to be frustrating, but once arrived, this is soon forgotten about. There is a good level of provision throughout, except that the lounge area would benefit considerably from additional lighting; and strangely no hair dryer is provided. These niggles aside, this is a nice cottage and well up to use by families, great and small.

    Reviewed by StephenApr 2019

  • "Amazing place but only one thing missing is bbq"

    Reviewed by DariuszApr 2019

  • "The track to the farm house from the road is quite long and very uneven in places but nice reached the views are scenic."

    Reviewed by MarkApr 2019

  • "Much larger than expected."

    Stunning views with direct access into a nature reserve near the Monsal trail.

    Reviewed by EmmaMar 2019

  • "This is the second time we have used Sykes cottages and they do not disappoint."

    Lovely spacious property with lots of character. We were staying with the maximum number of guests but the house didn’t feel crowded.

    Reviewed by JanelleFeb 2019

  • "Description of bedrooms was a bit misleading, it seemed to suggest there was a double bed in most of the rooms which was one of the reasons for our booking as three couples were staying."

    The track leading up to the property was very rough in parts and if you had a low car you would srltruggle to get up it. The location was very good, near to the monsal trail and the house was very large and comfortable for all staying.

    Reviewed by JanetNov 2018

  • "The location was perfect for us."

    In the middle of nowhere, but within 30 mins reach of everything. The Cottage was well equipped and comfortable, and spotlessly clean. So much to do that we are returning next year. A fabulous week.

    Reviewed by AliAug 2018

  • "Very well equipped beautifully remote farmhouse with views to inspire and relax."

    The excitement of the track leading up to the house and the visit from the cow in the garden were enjoyed by all. We were pleased to find the location so well placed to local attractions and yet far enough away to give a real sense of timeout. Brilliant holiday.

    Reviewed by CatherineAug 2018

  • "Loved our stay at Lees cottage, great location up on a hill with awesome views, so peaceful!"

    The half a mile bumpy track is something to consider, all 3 of us managed in and out most days with only one with a little damage to underside (was still drive-able), all part of the charm of staying in beautiful rural location! Our daughter thought it was hilarious and learned the word ‘bumpy’. The big kitchen was well equipped for big meals together, electric oven took a bit of getting used too and high chair needed a good clean on arrival (just little things). The box of jigsaws and games in the utility room was very handy, also the books and dvds in house. Bedlinen was lovely, duvets and pillows were so soft. Our four poster bed was a bit creaky but our 2year old slept happily for ten hours each night in the travel cot....glad we brought our own cot sheet and cellular blanket as not supplied. Perfect proximity to Bakewell and Matlock, lots to do for families (ladybower resevoir, Abraham heights cable car, pooles cavern, blue John cave in Crich, Matlock farm, tram museum...some of the group went in bike rides and long treks) loved the antique shop in Matlock and little boutique clothes shops. Lovely having Fresian cows peering over the garden wall whilst the sun sets...Would definitely stay here again. Glad we took advice from another review booking a Tesco online shop to arrive on the day we arrived as nearest shop for pasta (forgot this on list) was 40 mins round trip, just put Sat Nav in brackets in address. Highly recommend this cosy place!

    Reviewed by JessicaJul 2018

  • "Lees Farm is a dream house right on top of a hill with a 360 degree views."

    Spacious, comfortable and well equipped. Just make sure you drive carefully and slowly up the mile long lane, which is a bit rough, to the cottage. Wonderful place for walks and bike rides.

    Reviewed by ElsebethMay 2018

  • "Lees farm is in a remote location with absolutely stunning views across the Monsal Valley."

    The farmhouse is warm, cosy and well equipped - the underfloor heating in the main living room was wonderful. We stayed in November (during some strong winds) and despite being very exposed the property felt very safe. The drive up to the property was no problem at all in a 4-wheel drive - although it was narrow in places, and a local grocery company (Tesco) were able to deliver to the address without any problem.

    Reviewed by JanetNov 2017

  • "Visited Lees a few times now and will be booking again next year."

    Lovely homely house, feels like home as soon as you walk in.

    Reviewed by SNov 2017

  • "Beautiful, peaceful, remote location."

    Cosy, comfortable cottage. Perfect.

    Reviewed by MichaelAug 2017

  • "We have had a fantastic stay at Lees Farm."

    The cottage was very well equipped and the views from the cottage were stunning. The location was the perfect place to unwind and everyone in our group enjoyed their stay adults, children and dogs.

    Reviewed by RebeccaMay 2017

  • "Location, views, cottage was comfy and cosy"

    Reviewed by AllisonNov 2016

  • "We all enjoyed our stay at lees farm ."

    the cottage was really lovely and the views were fantastic as was the weather the area is really beautiful with thanks mrs Cuthbert

    Reviewed by JanetAug 2016

  • "Lees Farm is in a wonderful location , high on a hill overlooking Miller's Dale."

    The area is a Nature Reserve and we loved the wild flowers and stunning views. Underfloor heating keeps you warm in the lounge and there is an easily lit wood burner in each sitting room. We were there to cycle the Monsal Trail, Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail which we did with great enthusiasm and enjoyment. Walkers can join the Monsal Trail by descending the hill below Lees Farm. A really great holiday!

    Reviewed by RosemaryJul 2016

  • "Lees Farm is a beautiful property, with the most amazing views and a large enclosed garden for our dog."

    Everywhere was clean and we felt at home immediately, very cosy and warm. Will definitely return, a fantastic holiday home.

    Reviewed by TracyApr 2016

  • "The location was perfect for all walks and trails."

    Loved the isolation and the views were amazing from every view around Lees Farm. We were amazed at the size of the grounds which was great for the two dogs with us. Having the two lounges was great because we had a 'teen' lounge and a separate 'adult' area in the evenings. We thought the amount of heat downstairs and constant hot water was very generous and welcomed.

    Reviewed by JoFeb 2016

  • "Lees Farm is a fabulously comfortable house."

    Warm, cosy and welcoming with a lovely atmosphere. Fantastic log burning stoves which we needed as the weather was wild and windy! And there was gorgeous bed linen which we really appreciated. But above all the location the unique selling point of this property with unbeatable views. And although you're in a rural location, it's only a short drive to great pubs, busy market towns and interesting places to visit. And it's total heaven for dogs with lovely walks from the back door.

    Reviewed by JuliaNov 2015

  • "Incredible location, perfect for all types of groups."

    Had walking trails from the front door. The house is gorgeous and well equipped. It was just perfect and we will be returning.

    Reviewed by KatieMar 2015

  • "The cottage was warm and cosy with excellent facilities."

    It was very isolated with howling winds which just added to the atmosphere and relaxation for a weekend in December. Excellent standard all round in wonderful Peak District location.

    Reviewed by FionaDec 2014

  • "Absolutely fantastic location, the views were stunning."

    Very remote and peaceful, exactly what we were looking for.

    Reviewed by StevenDec 2014

  • "From the moment we got within a mile of Lees Farm the views were breathtaking!"

    The property is situated in a beautiful secluded area up high on a hillside. Perfect for getting away from it all. Fantastic large enclosed garden for our golden retriever to run around happily without fear of him running off, of an evening we were regularly visited by the nearby friendly cows. Lees Farm is furnished wonderfully, lovely comfy beds - the best nights sleep in a long time. Sofas perfect for getting cosy in front of one of the two televisions provided and with free view if the weather wasn't permitting we could happily snuggle up in front of the log fire and watch television. The log fires made it perfect within the property, lovely and warm. We will definitely be returning again soon for a longer stay. Perfect for a lovely escape.

    Reviewed by KatrinaDec 2014

  • "We loved everything about Lees Farm, we wanted a getaway where our two dogs would be welcome and this farm was perfect."

    It is a fairytale setting with views that will be forever etched in our minds and hearts. The enclosed very large garden meant our dogs were safe to run and have immense fun. The farm itself is so cosy and we have never felt so relaxed. It truely is the ultimate get away from it all. We cannot wait to return. Marie, Tony, Oscar & Skye :-)

    Reviewed by TonySep 2014

  • "We have stayed in some lovely cottages over the past 35 years and this one is by far the best; we cannot fault it at all."

    The view from the farmhouse is to die for! We have stayed here twice now and we all love it.

    Reviewed by DorindaAug 2014

  • "Great location with fantastic scenery, a welcome every morning and evening from the local bovine community thrilled the children."

    Reviewed by PaulJul 2014

  • "Lees Farm is in a superb location for exploring all areas of the Peak District and the views from the cottage are stunning."

    We all had a fabulous week here walking and cycling in glorious sunshine all week.

    Reviewed by GillJul 2014

  • "Fantastic position of Lees Farm."

    Should have booked two weeks and not just the one!

    Reviewed by RichardJul 2014

  • "Having two sitting rooms both with TV's made it great for those watching the tennis or the football."

    Wifi worked well throughout. The bedrooms were of a good size and very comfortable and 2 bathrooms made mornings much easier.

    Reviewed by AlexisJun 2014

  • "Good quality, clean accommodation in a brilliant, remote location."

    Superb views. Access to adjacent Nature reserve - particularly beautiful at this time of the year. Proximity to lovely walks/cycling on the trails/dales. Central location in the White Peaks area. Good post-booking support from Sykes.

    Reviewed by MikeMay 2014

  • "Lovely location, isolated but within a short distance from Bakewell and surrounding areas."

    Stunning views in all directions!

    Reviewed by MichaelMar 2014

  • "Great location, great cottage."

    Reviewed by TomDec 2013

  • "Cosy accommodation in a beautiful setting."

    We enjoyed a great weekend.

    Reviewed by BryanNov 2013

  • "Beautiful location with stunning views."

    Lovely house, warm, clean and comfortable. Plenty of room for a family of nine. Well equipped kitchen, everything catered for. Caretaker very helpful.

    Reviewed by AnnNov 2013

  • "What can I say about this house, it is gorgeous, everything about it is lovely."

    The views from the house are to die for. I would happily move into the house tomorrow.

    Reviewed by TheresaOct 2013

  • "We were lucky with the weather, and so the location was amazing!"

    The views from the cottage were wonderful, and it was lovely to be able to sit outside for breakfast, when it was warm enough. There was plenty of room for everyone to do their 'own thing', but we could all be together when we wanted to be. Our two families could prepare/cook meals, as well as eat together. Being able to walk from the cottage was a bonus.

    Reviewed by MichelleAug 2013

  • "A lovely place to get away from it all, fantastic scenery and back to nature peace and tranquillity."

    A good base to explore from and some great cycling and walks nearby.

    Reviewed by RosemarieAug 2013

  • "This is a beautifully secluded cottage with the most magnificent views I have ever seen."

    The cottage has a beautiful large garden. Inside, the cottage was very well appointed with a beautiful kitchen with granite surfaces and well stocked on utensils and crockery. It was perfect that we had some walks directly from the cottage, and we could cycle very leisurely to Bakewell for some much deserved Bakewell pudding.

    Reviewed by SarahJul 2013

  • "The isolation of the cottage, amazing views."

    Comfortable cottage with great walks on the doorstep.

    Reviewed by BenjaminJun 2013

  • "This is the second year we have been here and again we were not disappointed."

    Reviewed by WilliamMay 2013

  • "Fantastic views from the house, nice and comfy and spacious."

    Really enjoyable stay.

    Reviewed by OliverMay 2013

  • "The views around the farmhouse were absolutely stunning!"

    The house has plenty of room and character while still having high quality modern conveniences.

    Reviewed by DavidFeb 2013

  • "The house was fantastic and in an amazing location."

    We loved the views! We will definitely be back!!

    Reviewed by TraceyNov 2012

  • "It was a nice place to be."

    The house is very nice and complete. The owner gives you everything to feel that you are home. It is a nice area to be. We have enjoyed our holiday very much.

    Reviewed by FransOct 2012

  • "We enjoyed the remote location and lovely views!"

    Reviewed by JennyOct 2012

  • "Stunning location, fabulous house."

    Extremely relaxing, very comfortable. Couldn't fault anything not even the amount it rained. Will definitely be returning.

    Reviewed by GarethSep 2012

  • "Peace and quiet, beautiful panoramic views from the property."

    We appreciate out of the way locations and this was just up our street.

    Reviewed by KeithAug 2012

  • "Great property in a wonderful location."

    Reviewed by AllisonApr 2012

  • "The cottage was very welcoming, the garden was spacious and there were two sitting rooms so plenty of space for all six of us."

    Reviewed by SusanMar 2012

  • "Initially we thought we were well and truly lost whilst trying to find the secluded location, until the fabulous Lees Farm came into view."

    Driving into the spacious driveway, we were awestruck by the views all round. It took a few speechless moments between us to take it all in. This alone had won us over already, even before we had entered the house. When we did venture inside, we were greeted by a modernised house which still oozed with character and had everything we needed. There were 8 of us who stayed and we never felt short of space once. Once we had our bearings, we then had the wonderful countryside to explore, with the wonderful Anglers Rest a short walk away though the rolling hills of the Peaks. Returning to the cosy house was just as satisfying, especially with the under floor heating on, where we made the most of taking those views in. Overall I can honestly say I would love to revisit and would definitely recommend it to anyone. Excellent!

    Reviewed by NickMar 2012

  • "Lees Farm didn't disappoint, the views were outstanding, especially when we had 2 days of snow."

    Our dog was in doggie heaven, we walked her feet off without ever having to take the car. The farm house was warm and cosy. Brilliant!

    Reviewed by TracyDec 2011

  • "Stunning location looking over the valley and great walks."

    Lees Farm was a property that was easy to feel comfortable in. There was a lovely table that we spent several hours sitting and laughing around.

    Mr AbbottNov 2011

  • "An idyllic remote property in a lovely area."

    Reviewed by JohnNov 2011

  • "We arrived during a shower and pulled up outside the property to cries of 'Ahhh' and 'Ohhh' as the magnificent view appeared before us and a brilliant rainbow rose up out of the valley below."

    A fantastic start to a memorable holiday.

    Reviewed by SusanSep 2011

  • "The property was ideal for a peaceful getaway."

    The whole area is great.

    Mr KryzaAug 2011

  • "The house was very well equipped and comfortable with the most amazing views and fantastic walks."

    Reviewed by SarahJul 2011

  • "We have stayed in many holiday cottages and this was one of the best."

    The overall standard was excellent and the beds were the most comfortable we have slept on for holiday accommodation.We would definitely book this property again as very clean and comfortable.

    Reviewed by MichaelJun 2011

  • "Amazing location, beautiful and peaceful."

    The house was lovely, well equipped and a good size. A gem of a place

    Reviewed by LaylaApr 2011

  • "The location and views from the property were stunning."

    The beds were the most comfortable I've ever slept in! The cottage layout makes it very cosy and perfect for splitting the party between quiet readers and telly/ games room.

    Reviewed by VictoriaDec 2010

  • "This is a very well appointed house in an excellent location with really splendid views."

    We had rain coming down like stair rods and a howling gale, absolutely brilliant! Would go there again at any time of year.

    Reviewed by JohnNov 2010

  • "The accommodation was presented at a much better standard than we expected and we had a really good break."

    Reviewed by JoApr 2010

  • "The location is amazing and the house warm and cosy with plenty of room."

    Perfect for a winter [or summer!] family gathering.

    Reviewed by CliveNov 2009

  • "The location of the property was stunning."

    The standard of cleanliness was fabulous and the linen and towels were really luxurious. The property was warm and cosy and everything you needed was there.

    Reviewed by GeorginaOct 2009

  • "The location of the cottage and the isolation were wonderful."

    Cottage itself was one of the best we've ever stayed in.

    Dr BrownOct 2009

  • "The cottage was great, loved the remote location and the fantastic views."

    The overall standard was excellent and the welcome pack of food and wine was much appreciated.

    Reviewed by IanSep 2009

  • "The isolation in a beautiful cottage, stunning views."

    It was very peaceful. The cottage was to top standard very well stocked with quality bedding, towels and crockery. There was everything you would need for a nice night in after long challenging walks. The location was central to most of the Peak District yet once you left the little hamlet of Priestcliffe you were removed from everything. The whole of the Peak District was like a picture post card, I drove around for a week and did not see anything that was not worthy of a photograph.

    Reviewed by PeterJul 2009

  • "The location and surrounding views and the upstairs of the cottage felt very luxurious with all the lovely crisp white bed linen and plush bathroom."

    Reviewed by RMay 2009

  • "Wonderful location."

    It was well worth the bumpy journey in our opinion! What a lovely view to wake up every morning!

    Reviewed by KellyMay 2009

  • "Location superb, overall property very comfortable, owner very helpful, efficient and friendly."

    We enjoyed our stay and have promised ourselves that we will return.

    Mrs NorrisMay 2009

  • "The welcome basket of goodies was a life saver!"

    The place really is remote so we loved having a few sausages and drinks, not having to worry about the neighbours. The soft furnishings were lovely and pristine white, in fact the whole place looked fresh and was really cosy. This would be a fantastic retreat in the winter!

    Reviewed by ClareApr 2009

  • "The location was perfect with good views and no neighbours!"

    The general standard of the property was good. The decor throughout was lovely and matched with our own tastes well.

    Reviewed by DavidApr 2009

  • "Wonderful stay in perfect surroundings."

    I had an excellent time. The description doesn't do the house justice.

    Reviewed by DonnaFeb 2009

  • "Totally remote!"

    The wine, food and cake that was there for us when we arrived was a lovely surprise. The view was fantastic and the walking in the area great.

    Reviewed by SarahNov 2008

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The property

Priestcliffe 1 mile. A superb, stone-built detached farmhouse on a remote hillside, with wonderful views across the awe-inspiring Monsal Valley, just under a mile from the hamlet of Priestcliffe, in the High Peak.

Lees Farm has been restored to provide outstanding accommodation of character and charm in the most enviable of positions.

The property boasts a spacious sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove, a cosy snug with woodburning stove, and a well-equipped kitchen with range cooker.

Walkers and mountain bikers will be spoilt for choice with many bridleways, a nature reserve and tracks and footpaths through magnificent open moors and countryside.

For those wishing to get away from it all and enjoy the peace and tranquillity, this is the one for you.

Summary

  • Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor family room with adult bunks & single bed, 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single with pull-out stacker bed
  • Ground floor shower room with shower, basin, WC
  • Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower, basin, WC
  • Kitchen with range
  • Utility room
  • Sitting room with dining table & woodburning stove
  • Snug with table & woodburning stove.
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stoves in sitting room & snug
  • Range cooker, electric oven, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer (in utility room), washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV, DVD, radio, stereo/CD player, WiFi
  • Fuel, power & supply for woodburners inc. in rent
  • Bed linen & towels inc. in rent
  • Cot & highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 6 cars
  • Large open grassed area surrounding property, patio with furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome, to be kept downstairs only
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 3 miles, pub 1 mile
  • Note: Property accessed via uneven farm track of approx
  • 0.75 miles; can be tricky to negotiate in parts, low suspension vehicles not recommended.

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About the location

PRIESTCLIFFE

Bakewell 7 miles.

Priestcliffe is a small hamlet of farms and dwellings, sited between Taddington, the River Wye and Monsal Head. This is the scenic heart of the Peak District, with high limestone hills offering fantastic walks. Monsal Head is a famous beauty spot, with a magnificent view down Monsal Dale and up the Wye Valley. The position is at a spot where the Wye, on its passage eastwards to meet the Derwent, encounters a band of harder rock and is forced to make a sharp turn southwards and carve its way through a high ridge of limestone. The view is spectacular, with the river far below, winding through a steep-sided and often rocky valley. The route of the former Midland Railway makes its way along Monsal Dale and was carried by a viaduct over the river and into a tunnel which goes right beneath Monsal Head. This is now part of the Monsal Trail, a popular route with walkers. The attractive market town of Bakewell is just 7 miles away and offers visitors a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as frequent local farmers’ markets. An ideal location for exploring the Peak District National Park.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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