This delightful little barn makes a wonderful holiday retreat for couples or a young family.
Set on the edge of the village of Warslow, right in the heart of the Peak National Park, it's surrounded by beautiful countryside and wonderful views over the Manifold Valley.
Town End Barn has been beautifully restored and furnished - I simply love the floors! The beamed living room is large and light, there's a spiral staircase and even a garden to sit out in the evening. Just right!
Holiday cottages in Derbyshire come usually very well equipped. Bed linen, duvets and towels are included in the rental, as are electricity and central heating. Logs for the wood-burner can be obtained locally - the first basket full is provided.
The cottage has off-road parking for two cars and a cycle store. The garden has a patio, BBQ and secluded seating area for those endless al fresco dinners or simply a relaxing cup of tea.
Inside, the property provides several TVs, video / DVD, microwave, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer. A travel cot and highchair are also available.
Town End Cottage is a non-smoking property.
Renting one of the many holiday cottages in Derbyshire means that you have history right on your doorstep. Stay at the Malt Shovel, and you'll have trouble deciding what to go and see first.
Home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth House is one of England's marvels. The park is a beautiful piece of landscape architecture, ideal for walking (and photographing trees!). The house itself, when open, will leave you speechless. And if you're lucky, you may get to see the fountain, which was built for a visit of a Russion Czar, in working order.
This is a must-see attraction for all lovers of landscape parks and wonderful walks! But Kedleston Hall has more than just a great park and fine walks. It also sports a museum, landscaped gardens and a costumed housekeeper.
This lovely house from the late 1600s makes a great day out for children of all ages. The Museum of Childhood is provides some wonderful interactive fun and maybe also a nostalgic look back for some of us. And as a special treat for all Mr. Darcy fans out there, Sudbury Hall featured in the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
Most holiday cottages in Derbyshire boast superb views and glorious scenery on their doorstep and this is especially so at the Malt Shovel. Excellent walking and cycling on traffic free trails along with a pony trekking centre less than a mile away, and Carsington Lake’s water sports and fishing, all add up to a fine holiday.
Alton Towers, Splash Landings and the Crich Tramway museum are within 15 miles. You can visit The Heights of Abraham, one of the Peak District's oldest and most popular days out, which first opened its gates back in 1780. Or visit Castleton and its caves, admire the Bluejohn stone and reflect for a moment at the graveside of Robin Hood's friend Little John.