A spectacular, detached cottage set on the quiet outskirts of Chesterfield in Derbyshire.
Luxurious throughout and providing modern, spacious accommodation, this Chesterfield cottage sits in approximately 2 acres of enclosed grounds, and is perfect for large families or groups of friends wishing to discover the wonders of the Peak District.
Set solely over the ground floor, this Chesterfield cottage is ideal for guests with limited mobility, and oozing with comfort and luxury, it offers five delightful bedrooms, including one king-size with an en-suite, two doubles, one with an en-suite, and two twins, one with an en-suite.
A large kitchen is perfect for preparing delicious home-cooked meals, which can be enjoyed in the family dining room with a bottle of wine as you reminisce the day's adventures.
Curl up in front of the welcoming woodburning stove in the lovely, airy sitting room, the perfect spot to retire to after a day out exploring the Peak District.
French doors lead outside to large, luscious, enclosed gardens with furniture and a children's play area.
With plenty of places for the kids to run around and explore, you can sit back and relax with a glass of wine and soak up the summer sunshine!
Chesterfield is a charming town with its narrow, winding streets and array of shops and restaurants to enjoy.
Marvel at its 14th century "Crooked Spire" church and peruse its popular outdoor market, open four days a week.
Bolsover Castle and Hardwick Hall are an easy drive away, making for wonderful days out, whilst the beautiful Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are waiting to be discovered.
The Peak District plays host to a charming selection of pretty towns and villages, not forgetting the many walks and pretty cycle paths.
This Chesterfield cottage is the perfect base for a truly memorable holiday, all year round!
About the location
Matlock 10 miles; Bakewell 13 miles.
The historic market town of Chesterfield acts as the gateway to the Peak District, and has much to offer visitors. The town is famous for its 14th Century church with "Crooked Spire", twisting curiously from its true centre, while the frequent bustling market days are ideal for exploring the many different specialist shops and stalls which line the old Market Hall and charming Shambles beyond. The town also boasts Queens Park, with its lake, walks and summer bandstand, as well as a museum and theatre. Nearby, the Elizabethan Hardwick Hall is still impressive today, with its 6 grand towers elaborately monogramed with Bess of Hardwick’s initials, overlooking the superb gardens and walled courtyards of the grounds. Also popular is the semi-ruined 17th Century mansion of Bolsover Castle, set high on a wooded hilltop, looking west towards the heights of the Peak District. Chesterfield has a host of other attractions within easy reach, such as Chatsworth and Haddon Hall, the amenities of Matlock and Bakewell, or the opera at Buxton. An interesting base for a varied break.