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Smalldale

Bradwell near Castleton, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 765)

4.7

Excellent

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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120 Customer Reviews

  • "Really clean and well fitted out with everything you will need."

    Excellant location for Castleton and all of the Hope Valley area. If you like walking you could do no better then stay here.

    Reviewed by DavidSep 2021

  • "We had a lovely week staying in this cottage which has all mod cons in a very pretty stone cottage."

    Spotlessly clean. It has a lovely small enclosed garden that gets the sun throughout the afternoon / evening. Brilliant location for doing all the great walks / mountain biking in the area. We can recommend the following local restaurants & cafes that we used: Curry Cabin (Indian) and Cafe Adventure in Hope, 1530 Italian in Castleton and The Bakehouse cafe/sandwich shop in Bradwell is excellent too. Local co-op has everything you could need in a week's stay. Complimentary wine and choice of coffees much appreciated, thanks.

    Reviewed by PaulJul 2021

  • "We loved our week at smalldale."

    It was the perfect quiet location, in a very honest village with excellent coop, to explore everything the Peak District had to offer. It didn’t take long for us to relax and we were blessed with amazing weather. We did the castleton, Mam tor, great ridge circular, weasling at stanage edge, edale- kinder scout ridge and waterfall scamble, swam and picnicked at chatsworth house, visited bakewell for their finest dessert, walked the magnificent derwent ridge with views of lady bower, and explored the beautiful Monsal trail near millersdale with another cold water dip. The key safe made for a painless and independent arrival. The house itself is quirky with bathroom downstairs but it was very clean and comfortable with everything we could possibly have needed. Fresh white fluffy towels, great power shower and bath, large living room with an array of books and dvds and excellent WiFi, hallway for coats and shoes, outside table for sunny breakfasts, well appointed kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, soaps, tea towels, kitchen roll and a fancy pod coffee machine with milk frother. The stairs were very steep to the 2 small but lovely clean and warm bedrooms - unfortunately curtains were cream and let early morning light stream in - luckily we managed to use our thin swim towels to block out light and get a good night sleep. The folding kitchen table was not ideal and not comfortable to sit at but we were lucky with the weather so sat outside. The kitchen itself was fine by cupboards dated. There weren’t quite enough spoons and the dip in the sofa was not comfortable. That said, we will most definitely return as it was absolutely perfect for our needs and a wonderful spot. Thank you for having us.

    Reviewed by KateMay 2021

  • "Great cottage which is well located for walking in the Peak District."

    Remember to take your slippers and take care on the steep steps up to the bedroom. The Samuel Fox is great for food and the Curry Cabin in Hope delivers.

    Reviewed by SimonOct 2020

  • "Enjoyed the cottage."

    All was as advertised - comfortable, warm and 'deceptively spacious'. The only downside was that TV reception was inconsistent and we had to use iPads. Wifi was good though.

    Reviewed by AlanFeb 2020

  • "Absolutely perfect."

    This cottage is brilliant for a quick break (we stayed for four days) or a month (what we plan to do next time we come to this cottage). The cottage was so warm and cozy, even when it was chilly, rainy and miserable outside! So often, cottage owners leave cheap dish soap, used sponges and cheap toilet paper - that was certainly not the case here :) Everything was five star, including the delicious bottle of wine and bag of coffee left for us. The only thing we would suggest to visitors is to bring slippers as the bathroom's gorgeous tile gets quite cold in the morning! Thanks for a great stay!

    Reviewed by StevenJan 2020

  • "The house has good sized rooms, and is fairly comfortable."

    The external doors and all windows had recently been renewed with good quality double glazed units, and they are extremely good. At the point of booking there were only 7 photos for this property, but we see there are 24 photos now. We had wondered in which room the main table was (to eat at). The new photos confirm the table is in the kitchen. This table has 4 places, but is folded configured for 2 places on arrival due to the space available. When opened out it was OK for the three of us, but a bit tight to get in and out of due to the size of the opening flaps. Stairs and steps. The listing says the main stairs are steep. They are! Although reasonably fit, we took great care using the stairs, and were OK. The steps from the kitchen to the bathroom finish with a tiny step into the bathroom. It certainly hurts to stub your toe on this one - you will only do it once. The Wi-fi was absolutely brilliant, and when atmospheric conditions stopped the TV reception from working for 2 days, the internet was easily able to cope. However, mobile phone reception is too weak inside the cottage, requiring a short walk to the village green to get reception. There is a place to park your car outside, but the lavender bushes in the front bed stick out into this space, and force you to park too near the roadway for comfort. Some large vehicles do use this road, including horses. An alternative may be to ask at the nearby Inn to be allowed to park in their car park.

    Reviewed by HowardMay 2019

  • "Clean and tidy cottage with good toilet facilities, close to Bowling Green Pub which served good food."

    Cottage was convenient for visiting Castleton, Hope, Edale. Nice walks nearby.

    Reviewed by StephenNov 2018

  • "It was a pity that the front door couldn't be used as this made it a little harder for my son and daughter in law to come and go with the push chair."

    But this was a small thing, to be rectified soon, and overall, they were very pleased.

    Reviewed by AnnAug 2018

  • "Very nice little cottage, well appointed and comfortable - great location in Peaks and with good facilities in the village, including nearby pub."

    Reviewed by PhilipMay 2018

  • "This was our third holiday with Syke's three year's running and we cannot emphasize enough how easy it is to book a get away with Syke's Cottage's."

    I would highly recommend anyone wishing to get away for a few day's to use this company. The cottage we have used for the past three year's has been situated in a great location, spotlessly clean and the facility's are all in with the price. Great value for money. So all i can say finally is give Syke's Cottage's a go and I don't think anyone would be dissapointed. 10 out 10. So go on.............give it a go.

    Reviewed by WayneNov 2017

  • "These days for this cost WiFi should be available because of poor phone reception and even possibly Sky ."

    Reviewed by AnthonyJun 2017

  • "Very comfortable, clean and well equipped."

    Also a stone's throw from a lovely pub.

    Reviewed by GerardApr 2017

  • "Welcoming homely feel, perfect for a break away with family has everything you could possibly need"

    Reviewed by AlisonDec 2016

  • "Absolute joy to use Sykes cottages again."

    The information to get to the premises is accurate, beautiful location, everything we need was in walking distance (shop's and especially the pub). The cottage itself is very clean and well maintained and i would like to give a special mention to Julie Brown who look's after the property. We have been to this location 2 year's on the trot and we hope to return for many more visit's. Thank You Syke's Cottage's.

    Reviewed by WayneOct 2016

  • "Lovely cottage and pub was closer than we thought!"

    Reviewed by RichardOct 2016

  • "The cottage was ideally located for walking and nearby attractions."

    It is very well furnished and comfortable. We liked the fact that it was very quiet and peaceful, at the same time close to essential amenities, allowing us to enjoy the beautiful countryside and get away from the urban madness.

    Reviewed by PriyaJul 2016

  • "We enjoyed the comfortable and quiet location."

    The cottage is perfect and would re-book next time.

    Reviewed by AngelaJul 2016

  • "A clean and comfy cottage in a quiet location that is close to the pub, shops and lots of places of interest to visit."

    Reviewed by JaneMay 2016

  • "The cottage was very clean, comfortable, well equipped, warm and quiet."

    Located in the centre of Smalldale, it was interesting to walk around and chat to locals. Shops, pubs and eateries were nearby. The key holder was very approachable and helpful.

    Reviewed by Judith HApr 2016

  • "The cottage is always spotlessly clean and comfortable and it is in a lovely area."

    It is great for local shops, pubs, walks and visitor attractions and The locals are always friendly too.

    Reviewed by Barbara SallyApr 2016

  • "Excellent walking from the door."

    Quiet property in peaceful village with good amenities. Well serviced cottage, warm and cosy, with plenty of space.

    Reviewed by PeterOct 2015

  • "The cottage was spotless when we arrived."

    There was plenty of information regarding who to get in touch with in case of problems and also places to visit. It was in a good position for visiting places of interest in the Peak District.

    Reviewed by ChristineJun 2015

  • "Smalldale is always a pleasure to visit."

    The lady who looks after the property should be commended for the cleanliness of the property. The people of Bradwell are always pleasant and have time for a chat, as do the local shopkeepers. The property is in a great village location - you are never very far from anywhere.

    Reviewed by S BJun 2015

  • "The location of the property was great and our host was helpful."

    We liked the the warmth of the cottage, the local pub, which served superb food, the friendliness of the locals, the scenery, and the local walks.

    Reviewed by KarenOct 2014

  • "The cottage was spacious and comfortable"

    Reviewed by PeterSep 2014

  • "The cottage was very warm and comfortable and had everything we could have wished for."

    It was spotlessly clean and in the most fabulous area, with lots to do all around.

    Reviewed by DeniseSep 2014

  • "Excellent communication with the key holder."

    Cottage is always spotlessly clean, love the area, the friendly locals and it had excellent walks from the cottage door.

    Reviewed by SbJun 2014

  • "Perfect location for exploring the Peak District."

    Reviewed by DavidMay 2014

  • "Beautifully maintained and equipped cottage - warm and cosy with the open fire in the sitting room as a bonus."

    Bradwell is a great village because it has shops, pubs and buses, but does not rely on tourism alone so it feels like a real village. Everyone says hello which makes you feel welcome. We have stayed in this cottage before, and love the choice of walks straight from the door.

    Reviewed by JulietFeb 2014

  • "The property is always very well maintained and very clean."

    The property contact is always very helpful. It is close to all village amenities and a good bus service if you don't want to drive.

    Reviewed by S BDec 2013

  • "The cottage was in a lovely location with many walks from the front door."

    It was very cosy, with everything you could wish for to make a relaxing stay. Convenient bus service to surrounding villages. Perfect for re-charging the batteries.

    Reviewed by HelenNov 2013

  • "Very well-equipped cottage with everything you could need for a really relaxing holiday."

    Cottage is in a great position with plenty of walks from the door, and a range of pubs in the village serving good food when you are hungry from the walking!

    Reviewed by JulietOct 2013

  • "Lovely, quiet location."

    High standard of cleanliness and furnishings.

    Reviewed by LindaOct 2013

  • "The overall quality of the accommodation was first class and the welcoming touches - coffee & a bottle of wine etc - much appreciated."

    Reviewed by SheilaOct 2013

  • "All home comforts were there, and all rooms were spotlessly clean and nicely presented."

    Easy access to some of the finest parts of Peak District without being too touristy. We all had a lovely time.

    Reviewed by JaneAug 2013

  • "The cottage was very comfortable and clean."

    The area was splendid with lots to do. Village amenities were very local and the pub around the corner was excellent.

    Reviewed by IsabelJul 2013

  • "A charming, well maintained property, with all home comforts."

    Reviewed by CaroleJun 2013

  • "The welcome pack was a lovely idea - coffee and wine."

    The property was very clean and tidy and very comfortable. Close to all amenities. Locals are always friendly. Excellent meal in the Bowling Green pub.

    Reviewed by S BMay 2013

  • "Lovely cosy cottage with enough space to spread out."

    Had great walks and came home to warm cottage at the end of the day. Well presented cottage, with thoughtful additions of books, CDs and DVDs which have been considered as being of interest to guests.

    Reviewed by JulietApr 2013

  • "Excellent cottage."

    Great location, perfect mix of traditional and modern.

    Reviewed by JohnDec 2012

  • "A warm, comfortable cottage in a good location for walks in the surrounding area."

    Reviewed by CeliaOct 2012

  • "We loved the location of the cottage, it was very central to all the places we visited."

    The area is very beautiful with lots to see, so we will definitely come back again.

    Reviewed by TrudiOct 2012

  • "Cottage was in an excellent location; with a good pub only yards away."

    Lots to do and see in the surrounding area with really useful leaflets left by the owners.

    Reviewed by ShonaSep 2012

  • "Very good location, in the heart of the Peak District, with good local amenities."

    Very well appointed property, kitchen and bathroom in particular.

    Reviewed by AlanAug 2012

  • "We had a lovely time at the cottage which was very clean and comfortable."

    We loved Bradwell which we found to be very friendly and welcoming including the pub 3 doors down. We were ideally placed for some beautiful walks and would certainly recommend the cottage and area to others.

    Reviewed by JudithAug 2012

  • "A good setting next to a good pub with food."

    Near to Bakewell and many walks. Hardwick Hall a must. We have booked for next year, our third visit.

    Reviewed by LeslieMay 2012

  • "The position of the Accomodation next to a quiet yet busy Pub (with food both at lunch time and in the evening) was handy as it saved driving around 10-15 miles to other villages when we used it."

    The accomodation itself was as per the brochure and suited us very well. The location of the property was good for walking in the locale.

    Reviewed by DuncanMay 2012

  • "Bradwell is the prettiest and most authentic of the Hope Valley villages."

    Locals are also very friendly. This cottage is practical and comfortable.

    Reviewed by RachelApr 2012

  • "Nice clean comfortable cottage with an excellent location for walking, travelling and sightseeing around Derbyshire."

    Located within walking distance of several public houses that also served meals.

    Reviewed by HeatherMar 2012

  • "Lovely cottage in a great location."

    Very comfortable and all mod cons available.

    Reviewed by RebeccaFeb 2012

  • "The cottage was warm and cosy when we arrived after a long cold drive."

    The quality of the cottage was superb and we had an excellent holiday. Lots of walking in the cold, then back to the warm house with a real fire. So many places to visit and things to see in the area - we will be back.

    Reviewed by JulietFeb 2012

  • "The cottage itself was cosy and warm."

    A well equipped kitchen meant we could cook up big hearty winter breakfasts as well as prepare all the local goods we picked up on our adventures in the evening. Thanks again to the owner for the bottle of wine and coffee!! A great base to explore the peaks! We did a good days hike in Edale followed by a day exploring Eyam, Chatsworth House, Bakewell and Matlock Baths. The Bowling Green Pub around the corner was very friendly and welcoming.

    Reviewed by AndrewJan 2012

  • "The location of the cottage is excellent!"

    Beautiful places were within a few miles drive.

    Reviewed by MauricioJan 2012

  • "The location and set-up of the property."

    Its proximity to the excellent pub, the Bowling Green. The parking right outside. The warm and cosy nature of the place, and the arrangements for us to collect the keys etc. We would love to rent Smalldale again.

    Reviewed by TimothyNov 2011

  • "The cottage was very quiet, clean and comfortable."

    It is in a good situation for walking and visiting places of interest. Local bakery is excellent for rolls and beautiful ham.

    Reviewed by JenniferApr 2011

  • "Great weather, fabulous scenery, interesting places to visit and a lovely, cosy cottage to return to each evening."

    It was a real bonus not to have take lots of bedding, towels, etc with us and to find the cottage really lived up to the description given and had absolutely everything we needed.

    Reviewed by ShirleyApr 2011

  • "Great base for the things we wanted to do."

    Great views out of the window. We had marvelous weather so did lots of walking and even pony trekking. All on the doorstep.

    Reviewed by DebApr 2011

  • "A good quality cottage in an excellent location."

    Reviewed by TrevorMar 2011

  • "Cosy cottage with good facilities."

    Lots to do in the immediate area.

    Reviewed by LornaMar 2011

  • "Such a lovely, welcoming and cosy cottage for our break in the Peak District - really well equipped and a great location too!"

    Reviewed by LouiseMar 2011

  • "A wonderful cottage in a great location."

    Really felt like a home from home, cosy and comfortable. We especially liked the bedroom and the great selection of DVDs!

    Reviewed by LisaMar 2011

  • "It was just as described, if not better."

    Location was perfect for us to visit family in nearby Sheffield. The cottage was spacious, very comfortable, superbly well equipped and exceptionally clean which was appreciated. We'd recommend it to anyone. Thank you to the cleaner and the owners.

    Reviewed by ElizabethOct 2010

  • "Cottage was in a prime location, something for everybody."

    Very warm on your return to the cottage when the weather was rather chilly.

    Reviewed by LynnSep 2010

  • "The cottage was very clean and everything worked!"

    It was very comfortable and in a great location for walking and driving.

    Reviewed by ChristopherJun 2010

  • "Beautiful location, lovely little cottage that had everything you might need."

    Reviewed by JudithApr 2010

  • "Warm and cosy cottage."

    Owners are welcoming.

    Reviewed by JullieApr 2010

  • "Great base to explore the area."

    'Bowling Green Pub' serves good food, locals very friendly.

    Reviewed by StuartApr 2010

  • "This is our third visit and we would certainly come again."

    Generally a very cosy cottage, ideal for the winter.

    Reviewed by PeterDec 2009

  • "Lovely little cottage, good local facilities."

    Close to local places, Castleton etc.

    Reviewed by JayeNov 2009

  • "Cottage was perfect - extremely clean, and everything we needed."

    Fantastic bedrooms and bathroom made it feel very luxurious!

    Reviewed by MatthewNov 2009

  • "Comfortable, clean, warm home, lots of good books to read."

    An excellent location for us.

    Reviewed by Sue & IanAug 2009

  • "Very cosy cottage."

    The Bowling Green pub was very friendly and the food was great. There was a play area for children near by and lots of walks to do. The village of Bakewell is well worth a visit.

    Reviewed by MandyJul 2009

  • "Very nice area for walking."

    Pub next door!!

    Mr & Mrs StevensJul 2009

  • "Lovely house and very comfortable."

    Reviewed by CraigMay 2009

  • "The lounge was a lovely size, the furniture was comfy and lots of games /dvd's etc."

    When the sun shone the garden was a sun trap. Lovely village of Castleton nearby with caves and lead mine.

    Reviewed by Annette & AnthonyApr 2009

  • "We found the cottage to be of a very high standard, certainly one of the best we have visited."

    It was extremely clean, warm and comfortable. The kitchen was very well equipped and the bathroom excellent. There were good shops within walking distance and a pub virtually next door. Also, the owners left a welcoming note, bottle of wine and coffee which was much appreciated. A very good base for walking in the area.

    Reviewed by JoApr 2009

  • "We loved this cottage."

    On arrival a lovely welcome tray was supplied. The cottage was very clean, warm and welcoming. An excellent choice and we intend to book again.

    Reviewed by AlisonApr 2009

  • "Well appointed cottage in a very good area for walking."

    Reviewed by JulianMar 2009

  • "This was a comfortable warm and well equipped cottage."

    Ideal as a base for walking in the Peak District.

    Reviewed by VictorFeb 2009

  • "We felt very at home in the cottage."

    The welcome pack left by the owners was a particularly nice touch.

    Mrs MatlockDec 2008

  • "Everything was absolutely 100%!"

    Reviewed by MichaelSep 2008

  • "It was central for exploring the Peak District."

    Reviewed by RichardSep 2008

  • "We thoroughly enjoyed our break in Smalldale."

    The property is close to some very nice walks especially Castleton, Cavedale, Mamtor and Castleton. The property itself is very comfortable and suited us ideally.

    Reviewed by PeterSep 2008

  • "A great holiday, cottage central to lots of places of interest with beautiful walks and countryside."

    The cottage itself made the holiday enjoyable, facilities were in excess of what we have come to expect in holiday cottages. Some nice touches, a credit to the tourist/holiday industry. Many Thanks.

    Reviewed by DavidAug 2007

  • "The assistance provided by both Sykes and the owners was first class."

    The owners provide some nice little touches on arrival (wine, greeting card, contact details etc) such things make all the difference. When a minor fault occurred, the owner dealt with it superbly. An excellent experience.

    Reviewed by RobinApr 2007

  • "The cottage is in an excellent position for walking and site seeing."

    Handy for a pub that makes meals. The cottage is nice and cosy for a relaxing evening after a hectic day.

    Mrs ScofieldApr 2007

  • "Cottage was in the ideal position to explore the Peak District area."

    Lovely. The local pub is 1 minutes walk! Excellent food and friendly staff.

    Reviewed by RMar 2007

  • "Really well equipped cottage, lovely and warm."

    Reviewed by CarolFeb 2007

  • "Very relaxing feel to the property."

    Thoroughly enjoyed our break, wish we had been able to stay longer. We will definitely consider for future holiday breaks and recommend the cottage to our friends and family.

    Mr TilleyFeb 2007

  • "We had a very good weekend at the cottage."

    Nice, clean and comfortable. The area was very nice, plenty of good walks. Would recommend using Sykes Cottages to anyone.

    Reviewed by MalcolmFeb 2007

  • "Our second stay at this lovely cottage, very clean and tidy, highly recommended, we will visit again."

    Reviewed by LindaJan 2007

  • "Ideal base for exploring the Peak District."

    Village amenities were very good. Overall a very nice cottage in an ideal location.

    Reviewed by CarolynOct 2006

  • "We are very happy with the way your organisation helped us with hiring the cottages."

    ..and we like to receive your brochure. Thank you very much.

    Reviewed by IngeJun 2006

  • "A lovely cottage in a good location."

    Comfortable beds and a well-equipped kitchen. Real fire was marvellous.

    Reviewed by Tim & JanetFeb 2006

  • "A lovely area with a very clean, comfortable cottage to come back to at the end of the day."

    Reviewed by BarrySep 2005

  • "A beautiful area, a nice cottage, a good pub, and very convenient."

    Reviewed by LibbyApr 2005

  • "A beautiful area."

    The Bowling green pub was excellent, with good food too.

    Reviewed by JeanFeb 2005

  • "It was a very relaxing place to be in, we enjoyed it very much."

    Reviewed by PeterJan 2005

  • "A good walking and hiking area."

    The cottage was very warm and comfortable, with a good pub within 1 minute's walk.

    Reviewed by SteveOct 2004

  • "Lovely long walks."

    A good pub next door. A nice hot shower too, appreciated after a long walk.

    Reviewed by DAug 2004

  • "A comfortable family cottage in beautiful surroundings."

    Bradwell is a good base for touring the Peak District.

    Reviewed by JAug 2004

  • "The facilities in the house were first class."

    Having a dishwasher, washer and tumble dryer at our disposal was a luxury and made life easier for us. James, our 3 year old, loved the playground and paddling pool at Bakewell so much that we had to go back several times. It was very clean and safe so we had no qualms about letting him go in the pool. Also, it was free!

    Mrs MortonJul 2004

  • "The cottage was very clean and homely."

    Reviewed by RhonaJul 2004

  • "Proximity to great walks."

    30 secs from very friendly pub. Warm well appointed cottage.

    Reviewed by RobertMar 2004

  • "A very warm andcomfortable cottage to come back to each evening."

    Reviewed by PamelaFeb 2004

  • "Lovely position, warm,comfortable cottage with many amenities."

    Reviewed by LesleyNov 2003

  • "Lovely village with good walks."

    Nice extras, with videos & books in house. Relaxing break, enjoyed our visit to the Peak District.

    Reviewed by Howard and JulieOct 2003

  • "Beautifully warm house with an open fire in lovely surroundings, with good pubs."

    Reviewed by PeterOct 2003

  • "Well situated for exploring the Peak District."

    The piano provided endless hours of entertainment.

    Reviewed by MichelleSep 2003

  • "Location of the cottage was very good - convenient for all facilities (pub/shop etc) and for Peak District attractions."

    Reviewed by IanAug 2003

  • "The close vicinity to Derbyshire in general, the location of the cottage within the village and the good weather ."

    Reviewed by GerdaJul 2003

  • "The house was lovely to come back to after a day out exploring the wonderful countryside and all the attractions of Derbyshire."

    Ms NealeMay 2003

  • "The location was excellent - further afield and the village of Bradwell."

    Local people friendly and there are convenient amenities.

    Reviewed by HelenApr 2003

  • "Excellent range of appliances."

    New Bath Hotel serves excellent value meals. Lovely base for exploring a delightful area. Would go back.

    Mr & Mrs DaviesApr 2003

  • "It was well placed for the High Peak District and the pub next door was useful."

    Reviewed by JohnMar 2003

  • "Near to many beautiful small villages, each with a good pub."

    Mr BetteridgeMar 2003

  • "House is a lovely place."

    Local pub - great food! Beautiful places - Edale, Grinsbrook (the most beautiful place on earth). Pennine Way/Mam Tor a Must! Excellent walking for families.

    Mr & Mrs WakelyFeb 2003

  • "Walks in the area."

    Reviewed by JennyNov 2002

  • "The cottage was ideally located for the Peak district and the city of Sheffield."

    The location was also quiet and very handy for the Pub (The Bowling Green) which served good food.

    Reviewed by StevenOct 2002

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The property

A charming, stone-built cottage situated at the end of a small terrace, on the edge of the attractive village of Bradwell.

This delightful, 200-year old property stands in a quiet, hillside position and enjoys fine views towards Bradwell Edge, yet is within 5 minutes' walk of all of the village amenities.

The superb accommodation has been furnished and decorated to a very high standard and there is a delightful private garden at the rear with lawn and patio area.

A cosy base for exploring the Peak District National Park at any time of the year.

Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin with views to Bradwell Edge
  • Ground floor bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Fitted kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room with open fire
  • Entrance hall and lobby.
  • Gas central heating with open fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, radio/cassette/CD, library of DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot available
  • Parking in front of cottage for 1 car with free car parking within 30 yards
  • Pretty rear garden with patio, garden furniture and BBQ
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shops 5 mins, pub 2 mins walk. Note: The property have steep steps inside, when you go to first floor to the bedrooms.Note this property cannot accept worker bookings.

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About the location

BRADWELL

Castleton 3 miles; Tideswell 4 miles; Buxton 11 miles; Bakewell 12 miles.

Bradwell is a pretty village in the Hope Valley, in a prime position in the Peak District National Park. Tideswell, with its renowned Tideswell church, known as the ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ is just four miles from Bradwell. The picturesque village of Castleton is three miles away, home to fascinating caves, including the Blue John Cavern, and is overlooked by the crumbling Mam Tor or 'Shivering Mountain'. The dramatic scenery of Winnats Pass and Edale in the Edale Valley, famous as the start of the Pennine Way, is nearby. Hathersage is just four miles away and has excellent cafes and an open-air, heated swimming pool. Slightly further afield you can potter around the historic market town of Bakewell, or the Spa town of Buxton, renowned for its spring water, opera house and arts, jazz and opera festivals. It is easy to spend a whole day at Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, whilst there are many historic properties nearby. Pull on your boots and enjoy the spectacular scenery, or explore a web of cycling trails, with bike hire available on the Monsal Trail, the Tissington Trail and at the Derwent Reservoir. Bradwell has shops, pubs and places to eat and makes an excellent base for enjoying this beautiful area.

Region Information

The property has steep steps inside, when you go to first floor to the bedrooms.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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