- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
13 Customer Reviews
"Great roomy house."
Very cosy on the cold nights. Brilliant base for visiting relatives and nearby towns in the Peaks. Good local dog walks too. Only thing that would have been handy was a ladle in the utensil drawer
"Field house is a very nice place to stay with family , very spacious and well equipped and massive garden front and back , you cant ask for anything more , recommend to everyone."
"It is a really nice place to stay."
Slightly old-fashioned in terms of some of the furniture but this adds rather than takes away. Pub over the road had live music on the Saturday but you could not really hear it inside the house. Great also for access to motorways etc and good dog walking territory!
"Field House was a massive beautiful home."
Very comfy and well maintained. Quiet although its on a main road. We felt very much at home on our break. Would highly recommend it for anyone's stays.
"Loved our stay at Field House."
Really comfortable stay with everything we could've asked for.
"Lovely house which has everything you need for a fantastic break."
Really comfy beds. Beautiful cozy lounge. Fantastic garden with patio seating area and Summer house. Highly recommended
"The best holiday property I’ve ever been privileged enough to stay at."
Gorgeous building and beautiful gardens, The bedrooms were spacious and with two sitting rooms with tv, we all got to watch our favourite programs. The only fault I could mention is the garden was not closed in, thankfully this was not an issue as our dog is quite old and did not wander. Location was good with easy driving to Bakewell, Matlock and Chesterfield etc. Property manager was so very helpful, covered all aspects for our arrival. Would most definitely recommend this property.
"We had a nice comfortable stay in the house."
Owner had provided everything to enable you to cook family meals . The place is furnished and equipped with usefull items. Good location near to many tourist sites, dales and lovely towns . Beautiful part of the country. Unfortunately garden not dog friendly, as it has easy access out to main road. So unable to relax in garden with dog off lead.
"A very comfortable house with beautiful gardens."
Excellent location with good facilities close by and easy access to many places of interest. We look forward to returning soon.
"We had a great stay thank you - its a lovely house and you can tell it was once a much loved home - beautiful gardens."
I will admit that changing beds on my holidays isnt ideal but you dealt with the situation as best you could, thank you - just a shame my teenagers didn't change their own beds!!! And thank you for the £50 gesture it's much appreciated. Thanks Jo
"Lovely stay house was really comfortable."
Only downside was garden wasn’t secure however, we were aware of this when we booked. Our daughter loved the children’s snug with the books and games. Had everything we needed. Would book again.
"The property was the largest we have ever stayed in."
We really enjoyed the space particularly as it rained for two whole days. Having two sitting rooms was great with two boys with iPads. It was so well equipped that I cooked for us every night. Have only positive things to say about it.
"Beautiful garden, but not secure or any way of making the space secure for small people or dogs, so dog had to be on lead at all times."
Very well placed for Derby dales and National Trust properties. When we used the front and back patio stones were very slippy with winter weathering, so we were mindful of that when it rained. Comfy beds and living room space.
- Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Gas central heating
- Gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine, fridge/freezer, 2 x TVs, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Ample off-road parking
- Front garden with lawn
- Back garden with patio, lawn, summerhouse, bike storage, and furniture
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 0.5 miles, pub 0.1 mile
- Note: There are stone steps in the front garden, please take care
- Only children over five years of age at this property due to the style of the bannisters
Field House in Swanwick, Derbyshire is a remarkable, detached holiday home in attractive surroundings.
The ideal dwelling for a family or group of six, the property not only enjoys access to beautiful spacious gardens, but offers plenty of off-road parking.
After taking in the delightful, 1930s style abode, make your way inside and store your belongings in the handy porch.
The property offers two lovely sitting areas with Smart TVs for you to lounge in after an action-packed day, the largest being a charming sitting room and the other being an intimate snug that is ideal for those seeking a quieter retreat in the evenings.
When you want to rustle up some homecooked meals, venture to the fabulous kitchen to find a good selection of appliances, including a handy gas hob, an electric oven and microwave.
The dining room is a characterful space overlooking the gardens and makes for a pleasant spot for and your loved ones to tuck into a nourishing meal whilst catching up on the day's happenings.
Nearby is the conservatory/utility, where you can find a washing machine and a large fridge freezer, plenty of chilling space for your food and drink!
The property is served by a cloakroom on the ground floor, and a first-floor shower room that offers you a spacious, walk-in cubicle with electric shower.
After a refreshing rinse, move across the first floor to find three thoughtfully laid-out bedrooms, including a king size, a double and a twin.
Make the most of the sun in the warmer months and stretch your legs on the spacious lawns, before retreating to the summer house for a light lunch.
Swanwick is home to a well-stocked convenience store, along with the popular Gate Inn pub, which you only need to cross the street to get to!
Travel a short distance to Butterley, where locomotive fans will be delighted to find The Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust Museum, along with enjoying access to the marvellous Midland Railway and the quirky Golden Valley Light Railway; after enjoying a round trip of this part of Derbyshire's countryside on either engine, why not embark on a quaint stroll around the Butterley Reservoir?
Be sure to make the most of your location and drive a short distance to Matlock, a picturesque town on the edge of the Peak District National Park, where the delights of the Peak Rail, The Heights of Abraham and The Great Masson Cavern can be discovered.
The Peak District Mining Museum in Matlock Bath and the popular Crich Tramway Museum are also close to hand.
Cromford is also nearby and is home to the National Stone Centre, as well as the High Peak Trail that brings you to the famed Black Rocks landmark, the High Peak Junction, Lea Wood and the Derwentside nature reserve.
There is so much more to discover from Field House, with the Peak District National Park offering plenty of attractions and sights in its picture-postcard settlements, including Bakewell and Baslow, whilst the bustling locations of Derby, Chesterfield, Sheffield and Nottingham can also be easily reached.
Treat yourself and your family to a fabulous stay at Field House.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £350.
About the location
Matlock 8 miles.
Swanwick is a small hamlet in the parish of Alfreton, situated just a few miles from the main motorway links and on the very edge of the Derbyshire Dales. With good access to delightful countryside, excellent walking trails and the market town of Alfreton, which, as legend suggests, was named after Alfred the Great, the area is popular with visitors and provides a good base for exploring the Peak District. The popular town of Matlock, set in the beautiful wooded gorge of the River Derwent, has been attracting visitors to the area since the spa was developed in the late 17th Century. Locally there are a host of excellent restaurants and traditional old pubs as well as a host of attractions including Gulliver’s Kingdom and the Peak District Mining Museum. Families can enjoy wonderful days out to the magnificent Chatsworth House, the cable car ride at the Heights of Abraham, Carsington Lake and the lively market town of Bakewell.
Note. Only children over five years of age at this property due to the style of the bannisters
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute