A stone-built end-terrace cottage located near the centre of Wirksworth, on the edge of the Peak District.
Designed with couples or a small family in mind, this one-of-a-kind retreat is an ideal place to relax, a wonderful blend of enticing features and homely décor to make your stay that much more comfortable.
Wander inside to the contemporary kitchen where you will enjoy preparing those appetising refreshments each day, before settling down in the lovely lounge.
Snuggle up in front of the woodburner, which features a wonderful stone surround, and a view over the street to bring the outside in.
Continue your nights in the traditional 'hidden cave,' a cosy little hideaway with its own hot tub, tucked away behind the kitchen and overlooked by low lighting.
Afterwards, choose from two first floor bedrooms for a peaceful night's sleep, the single bedroom boasts beams, spotlights, and lamps, all creating a quirky ambience, whilst the double room features wooden furnishings, and a Velux window; both benefiting from shared use of the bathroom with its overhead shower.
In the village, visitors can explore the courtyards of the Puzzle Gardens, along with the Heritage Centre and the bordering countryside including Carsington Water, Black Rocks and the High Peak Trail.
Rock climbing and cycling can be experienced here at every level, and there is fantastic walking all around.
Only a short distance away, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site in Cromford is not to be missed.
About the location
Matlock 6 miles.
Wirksworth is a small, charming market town situated just a few miles from Matlock, on the edge of The Peak District. Wirksworth is full of character with many buildings of architectural interest, including its magnificent parish church. Independent shops sit alongside the deli, butchers and bakers with a strong local food ethic. Visitors will enjoy exploring the ancient “jitties” and courtyards of the Puzzle Gardens, along with the Heritage Centre and the delightful surrounding countryside including nearby Carsington Water, Black Rocks and the High Peak Trail. Rock climbing and cycling can be enjoyed here at every level, and there is fantastic walking all around. Well Dressing is unique to Derbyshire, and Wirksworth combines this tradition with a lively carnival in May. There is also an annual Arts festival with an amazing Art & Architecture Trail in September, showcasing contemporary art and international performers of every kind. With an art deco independent cinema and a range of places to eat there is plenty to entertain. The town offers a leisure centre with a climbing wall and a small trainer swimming pool, The Eco Centre, The National Stone Centre and the Mount Cook Adventure Centre. The weekly market and monthly farmers' market provide local produce and crafts. Beautiful Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are within easy reach, as well as Matlock Bath, with its spectacular cable car, the heritage Ecclesbourne Valley Railway and Gulliver's Kingdom. Only two miles away, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site in Cromford is not to be missed. In all, Wirksworth is a great location for a varied holiday.