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Rose Cottage

Chinley, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 941697)

4.9

(43 ratings)

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Broadband / WiFi
  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile

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42 Customer Reviews

  • "A really lovely cottage with everything we needed."

    It was so good to have the outside table and chairs, great at the end of a long day to sit with a cup of tea or stronger and just relax. Everywhere was very clean, the bed was very comfy and there was plenty of storage space The cottage is in such an ideal place for both walking from Edale and visiting Manchester - we will be back for a city and country week!

    Reviewed by LorraineJun 2022

  • "Rose cottage was just perfect!"

    we felt at home there straight away, the location was great, just the job for getting around the peak district !

    Reviewed by PhilipApr 2022

  • "We loved staying at Rose Cottage."

    It was cosy and perfect for what we wanted. The extra details made it feel like a home from home. The location was fantastic for what we needed and we would stay there again.

    Reviewed by JuliaFeb 2022

  • "Had a lovely stay."

    Very helpful host. Very warm and cosy. Comfy bed, generous towels, great shower too! And lovely and clean with good equipment. Nothing overlooked. Small but pretty outside space with views over the hills behind. Everything worked well with nearly everything you'd need - we did miss being able to make fresh coffee! Would definitely stay again. For the area, we love the long walks from here, but particularly enjoyed the short ones: along the canal basin towards Whaley, or up through the nature reserve not far from the cottage.And Chinley is fab - it has a general shop, tea shops, chippy, butchers, good pub with food. Would recommend the Green lane social for food and great pies from the Post Office!! And you can get everywhere by train 5 minutes away - particularly recommend Hathersage for Pool café and David Mellor shop and café.

    Reviewed by DavidFeb 2022

  • "Fabulous holiday in a beautiful area."

    Rose Cottage is exceptionally comfortable and clean, we loved it. Lots of walking and some good places to eat nearby, although some are closed on Monday and Tuesday. Chapel-en-le Frith is only 2 to 3 miles away, there is a bus stop outside the cottage and the bus goes there and on to Buxton every couple of hours. We would recommend the Old Hall for meals, a 10 minute walk away, and The Beehive in Combs, a few miles away. The fish and chip shop in Chinley is good but only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and the fruit and veg that the butcher sells looked delicious. All in all a great holiday with no complaints.

    Reviewed by CynthiaSep 2021

  • "Had a lovely holiday would definitely go back fews were lovely small garden perfect"

    Reviewed by KarenSep 2021

  • "Very comfortable and well presented cottage, spotless and with everything you need."

    Near to some lovely cycling such as the road across from the cottage leads down to a cycle trail which in turn leads on to the canal and you can cycle for miles there. Chinley has some little places to eat such as the Green Lane Social which was very nice, it has a tea room but we didnt see it open which was a shame, it has a butchers and chippy and there are 2 other pubs/restaurants the Papermill and Old Hall which were really nice and just a short walk from the cottage. There is bike storage which is lockable, its a bit tight but we managed to fit our two adult ebikes in there which was brilliant. Owner very helpful and supportive with a couple of queries.

    Reviewed by CoralSep 2021

  • "Comfortable sofas downstairs."

    Enjoyed the patio at rear on the couple of days it was sunny in the evening. Suggestion: double glazing on the window by the road to keep the traffic noise out at night.

    Reviewed by LewinMay 2021

  • "Everything you need for a relaxed holiday."

    . Ideally situated with easy access to all major attractions and areas of interest from Manchester , Sheffield or chesterfield all within a 45 minute journey . Chatsworth , Lyme park , Quarry Bank , Hardwick hall and Bolsover Castle great places to visit. So many great walks Kinder scout , Castletown and Edale and Great Mills and Monsal trail with in 15minutes drive. Great second handbook shops at Buxton, Cromford and Holmfirth a must . For those who enjoyed Last of Summer Wine highly recommend SIDS cafe and the summer wine experience under Nora Batteys house in Holmfirrth . This is our third trip back to the Peaks and always something new to see and wonderful memories to keep.

    Reviewed by DavidMay 2021

  • "Chinley is a great area for the outdoor enthusiast, lots on the doorstep so no need to get the car out."

    The village is very well equipped with shops and eateries. The Old Hall and the chippy well worth a visit to give yourself treat and most of the locals were chatty and very friendly, which is always greatly received . The patio area is very nice when the weather is good and the cottage very warm and welcoming.

    Reviewed by JanetApr 2021

  • "Perfect for our break under surreal conditions ."

    ..watching the Covid-19 pandemic unfold in front of our eyes. But it was the week before total lock-down so we were able to get out into the Peaks and revisit old haunts and re-aquatint ourselves with the area again. It was close enough to civilisation to get supplies and grab enough food for the week as the shelves were being stripped bare in the supermarkets. Great location once we had found our way around. The cottage was comfortable and well equipped with excellent wi-fi which was a must under the crazy conditions. The log fire was the perfect accompaniment for a bottle of red If there was one bugbear it was the mattress on the bed, a tad to hard for my lady who struggled with her sleep .....but I guess we are all different so some would find it ok. We will be back to visit Rose Cottage again to finish exploring the area and check out the local pubs without fear of the dreaded C19.

    Reviewed by DaveMar 2020

  • "We were very unhappy to have been charged a further fee because we changed our date by one day."

    We checked and found the date was free also we had cleared with the owners that they were perfectly happy so we couldn’t see why Sykes cottages could not also be happy to give customer service .

    Reviewed by MichaelFeb 2020

  • "Everything was clean and tidy and well set up."

    The only thing I would suggest is that there could be info about bin collection so to keep bins empty. It was very cosy cottage and would definitely recommend a stay there.

    Reviewed by JulieNov 2019

  • "We loved our stay at Rose cottage."

    Fixtures and fittings all to a high standard. Walking distance to good pubs. Ideal location to explore the Peak Dustrict from and a lovely cottage to come home to each evening. Would definitely stay again.

    Reviewed by BrianAug 2019

  • "The cottage was warm clean and well equipped and exceeded all our expectations."

    It was well located for visiting the local area as well as located close to local shops and attractions. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this cottage to friends and family.

    Reviewed by PeterJul 2019

  • "Rose cottage was an ideal base for exploring the high peaks as well as relaxing in the garden enjoying the wonderful views."

    Everything we needed was catered for. Highly recommend it.

    Reviewed by KimJul 2019

  • "Extremely pleased with this property for facilities, location etc."

    Problem with heating resolved very quickly by owner. One comment would be that access to the parking area could be made wider. Site is on a fast bend and whether backing in or out of the parking area more access room would be good. Other than that it was great.

    Reviewed by RichardJun 2019

  • "Very smart well equipped cottage."

    Located in a large village with good shops and pubs. Good base to see the High Peak area. We hope to return one day.

    Reviewed by RichardJun 2019

  • "Nice welcome of Bakewell Tarts!"

    Everything as clean as you could wish for despite the number of lettings in the last year. Logs and coal provided for the burner (it was a bit cold in the Peak that week!). We will book again for sure.

    Reviewed by JeremyMay 2019

  • "Everything was as or better than imagined."

    The cottage is perfectly placed for walking in the Peak District, the rail station nearby makes it good if you would like to go into Manchester.Very happy with our stay.

    Reviewed by PhilipMay 2019

  • "Lovely cottage, well equipped and everything thought of."

    Really enjoyed our stay

    Reviewed by HelenApr 2019

  • "Fantastic location Manchester on the train and walk up Mam Tor ..."

    Fantastic location Manchester on the train and walk up Mam Tor Cottage is very comfortable and clean Will come back again

    Reviewed by MikeMar 2019

  • "Had a great time, very comfy beds, comfy furniture/sofas etc, all good."

    warm and no noise from train line nearby, only time you can hear them is outside and then it is quiet. Good WiFi, Off road parking no problem for one but honestly a little tight for 2 cars, although we managed. Nice outside space with a view. There are 5 places to get a beer/drink on foot, although the easiest to walk to is Chinley Bar & Lounge (formally and still the Conservative Club) this is a friendly and comfortable place to have a few drinks in. Would stay again.

    Mar 2019

  • "This cottage was really cozy and relaxed during a difficult family bereavement ."

    Really close to the train station, lovely pubs (the paper mill inn was lovely). Would recommend anyone to stay here: Owner is also really really lovely.

    Reviewed by SamMar 2019

  • "Very good cottage, a cut above the average."

    It was a nice touch to leave mince pies and bakewell tarts out for us on arrival and it was even decorated for Christmas! It had the usual thing of rooms looking bigger on the photos than they are, but they were still easily spacious enough. A decent pub and restaurant within walking distance at Whitehough as well.

    Reviewed by JulienneDec 2018

  • "Loved this cottage."

    Perfect!

    Reviewed by VanessaNov 2018

  • "We enjoyed our stay at Rose Cottage, while visiting family in the area."

    Had a lovely log fire on the Saturday which we all enjoyed, plenty of wood and kindle supplied that was good. Cutlery was for 4 people only (no spares) so when family came for dinner on the Saturday they had to bring extra, so please add more cutlery even for 4 people, don't want to keep washing up. Other than that lovely cottage

    Owner response; Thanks for your feedback, I'm thrilled that you had a great stay and could catch up with family. Cutlery and crockery for the advertised capacity of 4 people is checked and replenished as needed, but I’m happy to consider providing extra for guest convenience if required. I pride myself on high standards of cleanliness and comfort, so I'm always happy to consider suggestions to make a stay more enjoyable-I’m so pleased that you found the log fire enjoyable. Property Owner

    Reviewed by KateNov 2018

  • "The cottage exceeded all expectations."

    It was very well equipped and located for walking. The cottage was immaculate and lovely and warm. Kath is a great host, leaving milk and Bakewell tarts as a lovely touch. We will definitely be back as was brilliant value for money! xx

    Reviewed by DonnaNov 2018

  • "Very impressed with this property."

    ...it was very clean and had everything we needed to enable us to have a relaxing break. I would have no hesitation in recommending Rose Cottage.

    Reviewed by SueOct 2018

  • "A lovely warm cosy cottage."

    One minor drawback - the parking. One really needs to reverse into the property parking area and be wary when turning right leaving the property - cars seem to zoom along the road quite quickly!

    Reviewed by FelicitySep 2018

  • "Nice cottage parking a bit awkward"

    Reviewed by AndrewAug 2018

  • "What a nice cottage."

    Very clean and a warm welcome with flowers, milk and tarts. We've enjoyed our stay. Great walks, lots to do in the neighbourhood. We even took the train (in walking distance from the cottage) to Manchester to visit the sights. It was high season, so very busy everywhere we went. Bakewell on a Sunny Sunday afternoon is not a good idea! We've enjoyed sitting outside and the Wifi was very good (important when you have a teenager). We can warmly recommend this cottage!

    Reviewed by JackAug 2018

  • "Very clean cottage and the bedding was so luxurious ."

    very close to the road so quite noisy at night but we did have the windows open as it was a really hot week .

    Reviewed by GloriaJul 2018

  • "Rose Cottage was a charming, well stocked holiday cottage that had the feel of a home."

    There were thoughtful touches such as a carton of milk, washing up liquid, loo roll and all the basics you need but often forget. It was also immaculate. As well as 4 delicious Bakewell tarts left for us to sample! It was a delightful little house.

    Reviewed by KateJul 2018

  • "Beautiful cottage with everything provided that you could need whilst away."

    The added bonus of off street parking for the car. We were able to chill out on the raised patio, especially as the weather was amazing. There were some lovely walks in the area, including poping to the village for the paper in the morning. There is a Morrison’s and an Aldi in chapel en Frith and a Tesco’s in Whaley bridge. All a ten minute drive away. Although we walked along the canal to the Tesco’s on one morning. We tried the chippy and the Cafe Bombay whilst there, both of which we enjoyed. A short drive to Lyme park and Buxton and the blue John stone caves. We were visiting relatives so was also a nice base for us. Very enjoyable 2 weeks stay.

    Reviewed by KateJun 2018

  • "Rose Cottage is simply beautiful and decorated to a high standard."

    Very comfortable to return to after a day of sightseeing. The Chinley pub does not do food and the Cafe Bombay was superb.We have been to numerous cottages in the last 24 years and Rose Cottage is up there with some of the best we have seen and was very good value for money. The owner could easily charge at least £100 more going from our past experience. Would definitely recommend this cottage.

    Reviewed by SarahMay 2018

  • "Sometimes a cottage just has the feel of being a rental property - but with this cottage the owners have done an outstanding job in ensuring it has a warm, welcoming feel which makes an immediate impact in being able to relax and start to enjoy a holiday."

    The décor and fittings are excellent - there is a real personality about the place. Comfortable beds ensured a great night's sleep, very welcome after a day ramping up and down the hills of the Peak District! Being able to park off-road is a huge benefit also. Many thanks to Kathy and Vinny for ensuring we had one of our best UK holidays

    Reviewed by JeremyMay 2018

  • "Really had a good time cottage and one village pub and chip shop very good."

    Good walking area super time hade by all.

    Reviewed by AlanMar 2018

  • "A lovely cosy cottage with all necessary facilities."

    Friendly and helpful owners. Parking for 2 cars. Great location for days out in the Peak District. Good pub within half a mile. Good Indian restaurant within a mile. Excellent chippy within walking distance, shame it only opens Thurs to Sat. We would certainly return.

    Reviewed by CarolFeb 2018

  • "Excellent cottage with every possible thing required"

    Reviewed by AdamFeb 2018

  • "The cottage is lovely, cosy and very clean."

    Unfortunately there is not much TV reception in this area so there is not much choice of TV channels - not the fault of the cottage obviously, but it would be nice to have either access to smart TV, dvd/cd player maybe. The location is great and we walked to Chinley station and didn't need to use the car which was a real bonus. We look forward to visiting again.

    Reviewed by RosFeb 2018

  • "Rose Cottage was a beautiful base for our stay in the Peak District."

    The Cottage was comfortable and clean with all our needs provided for. Close to a lovely pub The Old Hall Inn. Would thoroughly recommend the cottage.

    Reviewed by DavidJul 2017

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Utility (external to the kitchen, may be suitable for bike storage)
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room.
  • Central heating with multi-fuel stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV with Freeview, WIFI
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Patio area with furniture to rear
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub 8 mins walk.

The property

Rose Cottage is a beautiful, traditional stone cottage in the Derbyshire village of Chinley.

Located in a delightful rural location with incredible countryside views, this cottage is the ideal stay for a family stay whether that be a weekend break, midweek break or a full weeks stay.

As you walk through the backdoor entrance, you...

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About the location

CHINLEY

Chapel-en-le-Frith 3 miles; New Mills 6 miles; Buxton 8 miles; Bakewell 17 miles.

Chinley is a lovely little village nestled in a wonderful rural setting, on the western edge of the Peak District National Park. Popular with walkers, who are attracted by Chinley’s close proximity to Kinder Scout, visitors are well-catered for with the village’s selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants. Serious walkers will wish to head east from the village, across the green foothills to the russet expanse of Kinder’s moorland plateau for a starting step onto the Pennine Way or Snake Pass. Families and those looking for gentler roaming can venture west along the beautiful Sett Valley Trail towards New Mills with the Torrs Riverside Park, a peaceful place for recreation and relaxation. Within just a short drive are the delightful High Peak villages of Chapel-en-le-Frith, boasting a cobbled marketplace and historic old stocks, and Whaley Bridge, with its canal basin and a good range of local amenities. Just a little further is Castleton, with its famous caverns and Norman Castle, as well as the popular spa town of Buxton, with its fabulous Opera House and Victorian architecture and park. The wonderful market towns of Ashbourne and Bakewell are also a must visit! Discover Derbyshire’s fine history with a visit to Lyme Park, Chatsworth House or Haddon Hall. Chinley truly is a wonderful base for discovering the wonders of Derbyshire and the Peak District!

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