A cosy, quirky 17th/19th century cottage with simple charm. Small, stone, single storey one bed dwelling that used to be the village shop. Log burner in the spacious lounge. A kitchen with everything you need and it's own secret garden with views of Riber castle which can be seen whilst sitting in the rustic garden room. Ideally located for exploring the Peak District National park and the beautiful Derbyshire Dales. Matlock 2.5 miles away with pubs, supermarket,restaurants, shops etc.
The cottage will be at your complete disposal, From the photos you can see there is a spacious lounge, a compact and quirky full working kitchen with all the utensils you require, if the weather is bad you could build a log fire and bake a cake! A spacious double bedroom with ensuite bathroom with a large walk in shower. Included in the price is bedding, linen and towels, tea, coffee, milk and sugar. There is a log burner but you need to bring your own logs. Parking is on the road outside the cottage or just down the hill in the village Square. Number 3 used to be the old village shop built in the 19th Century but some parts date back to the 17th Century! The outside space includes a small garden with a rustic garden room where you can enjoy a glass of wine while enjoying the distant view of Riber Castle or could lock up your bikes. A gate that opens onto to the footpath that takes you down to Wensley Dale, a very beautiful area with rare breed sheep wandering around and wild flowers everywhere. From here you could walk into Snitterton or climb Oaker Hill the views are stunning!
Tilgang for gjester
The whole cottage is available to guests including the secret garden. Access to the property is via a key safe, located at the back door (the front door is sealed) We Provide the code before your arrival.
Interaksjon med Gjester
Personally I will be working away but my co-host isn't too far away in case you need anything although everything should be in place upon your arrival.
Andre ting å merke seg
On Shrove Tuesday there are Pancake Races in the nearby village of Winster when the road through is closed. Winster is also has the nearest shop, a community run shop selling logs, firelighters, beer, wine, food, cigarettes and is also a Post Office.