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A warm welcome awaits you at Carr Bank Cottages, Ollerbrook Farm, Nestled under Grindsbrook Booth and surrounded by stunning countryside, our cottages offer an excellent base for a relaxing holiday in a beautiful and tranquil environment. The cottages are a short distance from Ollerbrook Farm, a working hill farm run by our family and dating back to the 16th Century. The pretty village of Edale is only short walk away, with a range of amenities, and a regular train service to Sheffield and Manchester. The historic Pennine Way starts in the village, and with a network of footpaths from the front door, there is no need to move your car.

We have two self-catering cottages, Jim’s Cottage and Mary’s Cottage. Both sleep 4, although Jim’s Cottage can accommodate an extra person on a day bed in the main bedroom. These two lovely cottages are on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth (Edale village) and handy for the village facilities including the Nag’s Head pub.
The cottages are owner managed, we live on site and are committed to providing our guests with 100% satisfaction. We are a traditional Derbyshire hill farm, with a a beef suckler herd and sheep, and strive hard to ensure our guests have a relaxing stay. The cottages are situated a short distance from the farmyard, and offer a haven of peace and tranquility.
Both Jim and Mary's cottages are cosy grade two listed cottage with exposed beams and log burner which adds to the charm and character of the properties. There are gardens to the front and rear of the cottage with places to sit out and take in the surrounding scenery with ample private parking. A gate from the garden leads to a footbridge over the nearby stream and into Edale village a short distance

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Whilst staying at Ollerbrook, there are many places nearby which you may find interesting and enjoyable to visit.

Castleton is a pretty village just under 5 miles away by car, (or around an hours walk) that is a popular destination for tourists, having something of interest for everyone.  High above the village stands the imposing ruins of Peveril Castle, whilst below ground, Castleton’s four famous show caves each offer something different to the visitor.

Castleton is also renowned for the semi-precious mineral Blue John, which is still mined in small amounts and made locally into jewelle

Chatsworth House, the grand stately home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is one of Derbyshire’s most famous landmarks, and is a 40 minute drive from Edale.  The house has a noted art collection, stunning and extensive gardens, farmyard and children’s adventure playground, and numerous walks throughout the estate.

Haddon Hall has been described as one of the ‘most perfect houses to survive from the Middle Ages’, and is still home to the Manners family.  It has been used extensively in film and TV productions, and lies just south of Bakewell, about 20 miles from Edale.

Bakewell is a small market town close to both Chatsworth and Haddon Hall, and famous for its ‘Bakewell Pudding’.  A Livestock market is held every Monday, just a short walk from the centre over the picturesque River Wye.

Buxton is a spa town about 12 miles from Edale, with many elegant Georgian buildings, Opera House and Pavilion Gardens.

Ladybower Reservoir and the Derwent Dams were built nearly 100 years ago to serve the growing populations of the East Midlands, and today they provide a beautiful landscape to explore.  Cycles can be hired at the visitor centre, which also gives information on the history of the area, including how it was used by the ‘Dambusters’ to practice using the bouncing bomb in World War 2.

 

Additional Information

  • Deposit: £100.00 Flat Fee
  • Check In Time: 15:00
  • Check Out Time: 10:00

Ollerbrook Farm

Jim's Cottage

Sleeps: 4

Jim's Cottage
  Jim’s Cottage, on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth, Edale, is is comfortable holiday cottage, equipped with everything to make your holiday... Read More

 

Jim’s Cottage, on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth, Edale, is is comfortable holiday cottage, equipped with everything to make your holiday comfortable.

Jim’s Cottage has a welcoming feel with kitchen/diner and lounge downstairs.  The stairs lead up to the king size bedroom with views over the garden, and the twin room with it’s pretty furnishings has a lovely view up to Kinder Scout.  The bathroom has a bath with shower over.

Most of the rooms have exposed beams, and the log burner adds charm and character to the cottage.

Outside there are pretty gardens with seating and a barbecue.  A gate from the garden leads to a footbridge over the nearby stream and into the Edale village a short distance away.

Facilities in the cottage include:

All duvets, linen and towel

Central heating and electricity

Free wi-fi throughout

Electric oven, hob and microwave

Fridge/Freezer

Dishwasher

Washing machine and tumble dryer

Ironing facilities

Colour Television with DVD player

Wood burning stove with initial supply of logs

Garden with seating and table

Car parking next to cottages

External lighting

Cycle store

Barbecue

Jim’s Cottage is non-smoking, and regretfully no pets allowed.

Changeover day is Friday; other days by arrangement only

 

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Facilities

  • Cycle Storage
  • Multiple And Group Accommodation On One Site
  • Open Fires / Woodburners

Activities & Experiences

  • Pub Nearby
  • Child & Toddler Friendly Holidays
  • National Park or AONB
  • Romantic Breaks and Holidays
  • Working Farm

Pets

  • Pets Not Accepted

£600 - £700

Per week

Availability

Ollerbrook Farm

Mary's Cottage

Sleeps: 4

Mary's Cottage
Mary’s Cottage lies on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth, Edale.  It is a cosy grade two listed cottage with open plan kitchen, diner and lounge with... Read More

Mary’s Cottage lies on the edge of Grindsbrook Booth, Edale.  It is a cosy grade two listed cottage with open plan kitchen, diner and lounge with exposed beams and log burner which adds to the charm and character of the cottage.

Upstairs in Mary’s Cottage, there is a double room and a twin room and bathroom with bath/shower. All rooms have gorgeous views over the garden and Edale. There are gardens to the front and rear of the cottage with places to sit out and take in the surrounding scenery with ample private parking. 

A garden gate leads over a footbridge in to the village of Edale just a short walk away.

Facilities in Mary’s Cottage include:

All duvets, linen and towels

Central heating and electricity

Wood burning stove with initial supply of logs

Free wi-fi

Electric oven, hob and microwave

Fridge/Freezer

Dishwasher

Washing machine and tumble dryer

Ironing facilities

Colour Television with DVD player

Garden with seating and table

Car parking next to cottage

External lighting

Cycle store

Barbeque

Mary’s Cottage is non-smoking and regretfully no pets allowed.

Changeover day is Friday; others days by arrangement only

Read Less

Facilities

  • Cycle Storage
  • Multiple And Group Accommodation On One Site
  • Open Fires / Woodburners

Activities & Experiences

  • Pub Nearby
  • Child & Toddler Friendly Holidays
  • National Park or AONB
  • Romantic Breaks and Holidays
  • Working Farm

Pets

  • Pets Not Accepted

£600 - £700

Per week

Availability
Directions

Additional Directions Information

Arriving from Sheffield

Directions from Hope (A6187) turn right in Hope by the church for Edale (pub on the corner The Old Hall) Travel along the road for approx 5-6 miles. Country roads.

Some Landmarks to look out for

Go under a railway bridge

Row of terraced houses on your left hand side – Mill Cottages

A few hundred yards after the houses there is a ruinedbarn on the right hand side.

Turn right up the tarmac lane immediately before the ruined barn. As you turn up the lane you will see a sign on the right hand side – OLLERBROOK ACCESS ONLY.

Follow this road that goes over the railway and leads to a group of houses. Turn immediately left into Ollerbrook Farm Yard. There is a post box on your left, just follow the road round to the left.

Arriving from Manchester

Directions from Chapel-en-le-frith:

Turn left when you come off the dual carriageway signposted Edale/Rushup-Edge/Barber Booth, travel 5-6 miles until the road forks.

Take the left fork signposted Edale/Barber Booth

Follow the road into the valley bottom of Edale, passing the car park on your left, over a little hump back bridge and there is a ruined barn on your left.

Turn left immediately after ruined barn.

As you turn up the lane you will see a sign on the right hand side – OLLERBROOK ACCESS ONLY.

Follow this road that goes over the railway and leads to a group of houses. Turn immediately left into Ollerbrook Farm Yard. There is a post box on your left, just follow the road round to the left.

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