Ideal for a relaxing getaway to the tranquil Peak District National Park, this charming cottage is one of two holiday properties on Middle Farm in the Peak District.
Located in a rural hamlet, the cottages are reached by a quiet country lane, and are a popular base for walkers, cyclists and fishing trips.
Maigold Cottage has a large, homely, living room with cosy sofas, a piano, TV and DVD player and traditional beamed ceilings. There is also a log burning stove, with an initial supply of fuel provided.
The spacious kitchen is well equipped with a range of appliances including an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and a dining table.
There are 2 bedrooms at this cottage: a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. There is also a bathroom and a separate shower room.
The double bedroom boasts an external door leading to the patio area.
Maigold Cottage is surrounded by stunning countryside, and offers a sun trap patio with outdoor furniture and a barbecue - ideal for dining al fresco in the summer months!
Onsite parking and WiFi access are available. Strictly no smoking. Pets cannot be accommodated.
Guests have use of shared launderette facilities, and all linen and towels are provided. A cot and high chair are available for young families.
Short breaks are available - please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
The surrounding countryside has a number of popular walking and cycling routes, right from the doorstep. Also just a 10 minute drive away are the bustling towns of Buxton and Bakewell, which make for great day trips. Visit the Buxton Opera House, Pavilion Gardens, Goyt Valley and The Buxton Brewery - there's something for everyone!
For outdoor enthusiasts, nearby activities include horse riding, caving, rock climbing, fishing, mountain biking, gliding, swimming and golf.
M1 from the North / South: Leave the M1 at junction 29. Take the A619 towards Chesterfield. At the end of the dual carriageway take the 2nd exit on the island following signs for Bakewell on the A619. After approximately 15 miles, you will enter Bakewell. From Bakewell follow the A6 in a northwesterly direction towards Buxton. After two miles you bypass Ashford in the Water on your right, the road follows the course of the river for about another two miles and then starts to climb its way uphill through a wooded dale.
Just about a ¼ mile before a section of dual carriageway begins you will see the signpost for Brushfield on you right. Take this single-track road up the hillside and negotiate the rising hairpin bend. After ¼ mile you come to a Y junction. Bear left at this point, drive between the grit-stone gateposts and turn immediately right. The Cottages are on your left.
M6 from the South / South: Leave the M6 at junction 19. Take the A537 to Macclesfield via Knutsford. Continue on the A537(Cat & Fiddle Road) & A54 to Buxton.
From Buxton follow the A6 in a southeasterly direction for about 5 miles. A section of dual carriageway bypasses the village of Taddington on your right. The turn off for Brushfield is signposted on the left about ¼ mile after the end of the dual carriageway section. Take this single-track road up the hillside and negotiate the rising hairpin bend. After ¼ mile you come to a Y junction. Bear left at this point, drive between the grit-stone gateposts and turn immediately right. The Cottages are on your left.