This delightful stone terraced cottage is just a few minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell and has been lovingly restored to provide a fabulous holiday property. The siting room is cosy and inviting and offers a restful place after a busy day. There is a bright, airy kitchen and the advantage of a separate dining room, and the two bedrooms are beautifully furnished and decorated, offering a tranquil haven in which to have a refreshing night's sleep. The luxurious bathroom has a separate shower and a bath perfect for unwinding. There is a small, pretty courtyard with a gas barbecue and furniture, and with all the amenities and attractions close to Bakewell this cottage is an ideal base for a holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with electric stove.
Gas central heating with electric stove. Gas cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine (in bathroom), dishwasher, TV, DVD player, CD player/cassette/radio. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Parking permit provided for one car for roadside residential parking, additional parking (free) 50-100 yards from cottage. Small courtyard with furniture and gas BBQ. Two well-behaved dogs welcome at £10 per pet. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 mins walk.
Bakewell is a charming market town and offers a variety of shops restaurants, pubs and of course the famous â€˜Bakewell Market' mainly held on a Monday and which dates back to at least 1300. At the centre of the town is a 17th Century market hall and the famous public house the Rutland Arms, built in 1804 and said to be the home of the â€˜Bakewell Pudding.' There are some very pleasant walks from the bridge in the centre of Bakewell that go along the river and Bakewell is a perfect place from which to explore the Peak District, with the White and Dark Peaks within easy reach. In nearby Castleton the Blue John caverns are an impressive site to see and the halls of Haddon and Hardwick are both well worth a visit.
The ultimate in "year-round" appeal, the Peak District offers countryside, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery. It touches upon six counties and encloses 555 square miles of open moorland, flowing rivers, and wooded dales.