Luxury AA 5 Star Red Lion sleeping 6 in 3 en suites.
Or for 2, AA 4 star Honeysuckle with 4 poster en suite.
HONEYSUCKLE COTTAGE £450 to £575 AA 4 STAR
Honeysuckle is a pretty 17th Century cottage nestling down a leafy lane in beautiful rural Derbyshire. With a large private garden it is ideally situated for a peaceful holiday in the countryside .Walks from the door and to the National Trusts Kedleston Hall. Four poster double en suite and twin with bathroom. Honeysuckle Cottage is for two persons. Guest Comment ''The cottage was charming, in the middle of the country side; the interior design was very cosy and perfectly representative of the perfect dream cottage.''
RED LION COTTAGE £600 to £950 AA 5 STAR
Or escape and relax to Red Lion Cottage in the pretty conservation village of Hognaston high up in the hills of Derbyshire. Wonderful walking from the door! Fantastic village pub serving lovely food. This 300 year old stone cottage has been lovingly renovated to a stunning standard.Sleeping 6 in 3 en suite bedrooms.
Guest Comment."We stayed at Red Lion cottage in Hognaston. It was so beautiful! What a peaceful and tastefully decorated place! It was a spacious cottage sleeping 6. The village was flower filled and friendly. The Red lion pub next door was great, warm, welcoming and great food!! We really, really enjoyed our stay here and were very surprised at the no expense spared fittings and fixtures in the house. The house was so well insulated that no sound from anywhere was heard, except the birds if you opened the windows! Wanted to stay and stay!" Catherine, Oliver and Eleanor.
Visit the market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton, the Peak District National Park and the great houses of Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey, Sudbury Hall, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall and Chatsworth House. Walk around Carsington Water, Cycle along the Tissington Trail and Midshires Way and visit the pretty villages of Tissington, Alstonfield and Hartington.
Childrens play area in the village,climbing, swings and slides.
For further details see http://www.parkviewfarm.co.uk