This characterful barn conversion is placed in a quiet location next to the owners farmhouse.
Set up as a studio arrangement this retreat is perfect for couples wishing to enjoy a romantic break, away from the busyness of everyday life.
The open plan formation is filled with contemporary features, yet brought to life by high ceiling beams that tie the space together perfectly.
In the morning or after a long afternoon you will be able to conveniently prepare those home cooked meals/snacks, before resting at the dining table, and simply relaxing in the comfort of it all.
A shower room is a classic addition to the layout, ideal for getting ready ahead of your adventures.
In the evening time, a double bedroom is a peaceful place to unwind, carrying a glimpse of charm and accessorized with oak furnishings.
There is a very homely feel to the cottage and you can make the most of the open space, day in, day out.
Outside of the cottage is just as appealing, with a front garden bringing a heart warming touch and Wormhill being a peaceful, rural hamlet which features a pretty little green and its own well.
There is much to see in and around the area.
Located just off the Monsal trail and in the Peak National Park, this retreat is convenient for both Buxton and Tideswell.
Offering a delightful getaway all year round.
About the location
Buxton 4 miles; Tideswell 4 miles; Bakewell 10 miles.
Wormhill is a peaceful, rural hamlet, situated just a few miles from the very heart of the Peak District. The hamlet features a pretty little green and houses its own well, which is “dressed” every summer as part of the wonderful Derbyshire traditional Wells Dressing demonstration. Wormhill is situated close to the Monsal Trail at Millers Dale and the area boasts spectacular views of the twin viaducts that once carried powerful steam locomotives from London to Manchester, as part of the Midlands Line. The old line now forms an eight and a half mile walking and cycling trail that meanders along the hills above the River Wye. Nearby, Tideswell stands in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Famous for its fine church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, known as "The Cathedral of the Peak", Tideswell is also noted for its Well Dressing and carnival wakes boasting many fine country inns, a chemist, a butchers and a bakers, all part of the community led initiative, Taste Tideswell, and much more. The area offers excellent walking, with rugged peaks to the north, gentle hills and dales to the south and Miller’s Dale nearby. Mam Tor and Castleton are only a few miles away and the popular market towns of Buxton and Bakewell are an easy drive away, waiting to be explored.