Your accommodation comprises two king-size double en-suite rooms. There is free WiFi access and flat screen TV in both rooms. We have recently refurbished both rooms to provide extra comfort for your stay. You are welcome, especially in the warmer months, to sit and relax in the large garden overlooking the river valley. See the garden pictures on our site which show the beautiful aspect you’ll enjoy.Guest access
Parking is in the drive with separate access to the Annex.Additional notes
There is tea and coffee facilities included in both rooms and a fridge in one, however, if you require a delicious breakfast in our dining room using the best local ingredients please do not hesitate to ask in advance - £10 per head for cereal, yoghurt, fruit, orange juice, Tea/Coffee and toast followed by a freshly cooked full English Breakfast.Guest interaction
Pet friendly when whole annex is booked
We enjoy chatting with guests but are not intrusive respecting your privacy at all times.Neighborhood overview
Our House is a 12 minute walk through fields along the river Wye to the picturesque village of Ashford in the Water or via a riverside meadow to Bakewell the Peak District capital. There are many Places, Walks and Pubs to enjoy in this unique area so please see below and pictures on our Airbnb site for ideas to wet your appetite;Getting around
PLACES TO VISIT - (see site pictures)
Monsal Trail, - most visited and great for a bike ride or level walk
Chatsworth Farm Shop, - posh food shop
Chatsworth House, - top attraction
Haddon Hall, - top attraction
Monsal Head (well known view point),
Stanage / Curbar edge - stunning views
Stanton Moor Nine Ladies - flat moor circular walk with fantastic 360 views
Arbor Low - stone circle but short walk
Ladybower Damn- beautiful vista set amongst the north derbyshire hills
Buxton Cresent - rainy day venue
Hardwick Hall - National Trust about 20 minutes by car.
Ilam Hall - National trust about 20 minutes by car and near Dovedale
Dove dale - classic Derbyshire walk venue
Mam Tor - probably the most visited hill walk near Castleton
Kinder scout - Derbyshires highest walk near Mam Torr - a large moorland plateau and very popular
WALKS - (see site pictures)
Lathkill Dale - the River Lathkill - this is stunning on a sunny morning seeing the layered trout ponds. Pub to walk to is the Lathkill at Over Haddon
Stanton Moor - generally dry underfoot and 360 views - see the cork stone and the nine ladies stone circle dating back to the druids.Pub to visit is the Childers, Stanton in the Peak or the Druids in Birchover.
Stanage Edge - rocks millstones and incredible views down to Chatsworth and up to Hathersage along the Derwent Valley
Monsal Dale - from our house along the River Wye to Ashford then up the valley to Monsal Head . Pub Pack Horse Little Longstone or The Stables at Monsal Head
Chatsworth Park - many walks here along the river or surrounding hills. Pubs to visit are the Devonshire at Beeley, Devonshire at Pilsley or Devonshire at Baslow
Mam Tor Castletown
EATING - (see site pictures)
Little Longstone - Pack Horse - my favourite with great food and beer. (Book in advance)- reopens in August
Ashford in the Water - Bulls Head - fantastic pub with good food and lovely ambience and outdoor spaces .(book in advance)
Bakewell - Manners - best chef in Bakewell- have the hanging chicken kebab or the duck. (Book in advance)
Stanton-in-the-peak- Childers lots of awards but very simple food and best for Saturday or Sunday lunch stop.
Sheldon - Cock n Pullet - off the beaten track but traditional Derbyshire pub.
Pilsley - Devonshire - great food and beer
Beeley - Devonshire - book the garden room. (Book in advance)
Baslow - Devonshire - another favourite with great food and beer
Bakewell - Castle - next to the Bakewell Bridge
Bakewell - Woodyard - afternoon sun looking over the River and great ambiance.
Bakewell - Wheatsheaf - good nosh
Bakewell- Queens - drinking pub only great on Friday evenings
Ashford in the Water - Ashford Arms - large and very popular
Carver - The Bridge
Middleton by Youlgreave - The Moon
Bretton - Barrel Inn Highest in Derbyshire with stunning views and good food. (Book in advance)r
Public Transport runs from the top of the road and goes to Buxton and Matlock.