A stunning conversion of an old hay barn which used to house the fire-fighting pump for Tissington Hall, this restored one bedroom cottage is situated in the beautiful chocolate-box village of Tissington, in the Peak District National Park.
Situated opposite the pretty village pond, this lovely cottage provides first-class accommodation, making it an ideal place for a couple looking for a romantic retreat!
The spacious master bedroom has an en-suite featuring a luxurious roll-top bath and is lovingly decorated with beautiful furniture and pretty soft furnishings.
Prepare a delicious meal in the well-equipped designer kitchen and enjoy a romantic meal together, whilst enjoying uninterrupted views of the duck pond and pretty village beyond through the full length kitchen windows.
With a beamed ceiling, the stylish lounge is a perfect place to relax in, making this splendid property seamlessly combine old world charm with a contemporary feel.
Tissington Village is a real step back in time with its pretty manicured village greens, a lovely tea room, traditional village shops and Tissington Hall.
Just 200 yards away from your cottage is the Tissington Trail, which is a traffic-free trail ideal for horse riders, cyclists, naturalists and walkers and is surrounded by magnificent countryside.
With a wealth of market towns, historic houses and stunning scenery all within easy reach, this is the perfect retreat to enjoy any time of the year.
About the location
Bradbourne 2.6 miles; Ashbourne 5 miles; Chatsworth House 17.6 miles
Tissington is a beautiful little village in the Peak District National Park. Famous for its well dressings, Tissington invites you to come along and soak up the atmosphere of this well-managed estate village with its duck pond, quaint cottages, church, tea rooms and impressive old hall. It's a very pretty village and a perfect place from which to enjoy the many sights of the Peak District. A fabulous area for outdoor pursuits, the Tissington Trail cycle path is located close by, little over a mile to the east of the village. Dovedale, one of England's photographed beauty spots with its iconic stepping stones, is close by and must not be missed! There are many varied walks, climbing opportunities and cycle routes in the area, and this is also an ideal base for days out at Alton Towers, impressive Chatsworth House, or enjoying the watersports at Carsington Water. The nearby market town of Ashbourne, once a fashionable social centre of the 18th century, boasts an eccentric street plan, with charming cobbled alleyways littered with old market stalls and welcoming coaching inns. Many fine Georgian buildings remain, hosting a good selection of restaurants, wine bars and interesting antique shops.