A romantic, warm, welcoming hideaway in the lovingly restored, quiet, self-contained Tudor wing of our historic farmhouse - hymn writer Charles Wesley also relaxed here! Original oak beams and furniture, huge inglenook fireplace, mullioned windows and oodles of character. Birdsong and butterflies in the tranquil flower filled garden, gentle or strenuous walks over our spectacular hills, a roaring log fire to laze by and friendly pubs down our quiet country lane.
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Type Self Catering
£280 - £480 per week
"One of Derbyshire's best kept secrets" - TripAdvisor. A romantic hideaway in a tranquil location with fabulous valley views, a log fire, a super-comfortable bed and walks from the door.
What a find! An absolute gem of a place; couldn't stop saying 'Wow'. Glorious house with a staggering history; you step into another time and the world is left outside. Slept amazingly well- the bed is superb. Perfect setting to enjoy such fab walks from the door; really appreciated the garden with a view to die for; loved relaxing in front of the fire at night. Lovely house, lovely place, lovely people!
Our visitors book describes the Old House better than we can - do come and see for yourself! We also have friendly shops a mile down our quiet country lane and excellent pubs within 2 miles. Short breaks are available all year, everything is included in the price and WiFi is free.
Additional Directions Information
Car arrival: From A6 or A623 take B6062 to Chinley. At Victorian apartment building on the sharp bend leave B6062; at War Memorial go left up Stubbins Lane. After half a mile take left fork onto farm road (marked 'No through Road') go half a mile, over cattle grid and into farmyard