This beautiful self-catering cottage sits in the picturesque village of Alstonefield, on the southern edge of England's Peak District National Park
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
This former barn has been tastefully converted into what is now a classic English cottage. The exterior retains all its original charm, while the inside is sleek and modern, whilst still staying true to its heritage. It boasts arresting views of the adjacent Alsop Valley and surrounding countryside, and its location provides unfettered access to one of England's most majestic national parks: The Peak District. Wheatear Cottage sleeps up to four guests and promises to be the perfect escape from the city for small groups, families, or even couples looking for that little bit of extra space.
Meticulously decorated throughout, the cottage celebrates a sleek, modern interior with a warm and neutral colour pallet. The ground floor houses an open-planned, L-shape living area. The sitting area has a plush leather sofa, perfect for relaxing on in front of the wood burning stove on those chillier evenings. The kitchen comes well-equipped with all mod-cons, and there is a dining table and bench seating that comfortably sits four. There are two cosy bedrooms on the first floor: one double and one with two twin beds. The modern bathroom contains a bath and shower overhead. Vaunted ceilings and exposed timber framing form noticeable features in the upstairs space. To the rear of the property the huge garden, shared with the neighbouring two cottages, offers outdoor seating and wonderful views across the undulating Alsop Valley.
The first of the UK's national parks, the Peak District is known for its many stunning moors, valleys, and gorges. The area is a favourite of nature lovers and offers countless walking and cycling trails. The region is dotted with numerous country houses which are open to the public including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Kedleston Hall, and Calke Abbey. There are also several fine eateries to avail of, such as The Devonshire Arms in Hartington, Callow Hall in Ashbourne, and the award-winning George Inn in Alstonefield, just a stone's throw from your door. Should you wish to venture into the city, then Sheffield is an hour's drive north-east. Manchester - one of the UK's largest cities known for its arts, cuisine, shopping, and nightlife - lies less have one and a half hours to the north-west.
East Midlands Airport - 45 mins
Mid-weeks £460 - £610
Weekends £410 - £460
Changeover days are Fridays and/or Mondays
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