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Croft Farm Holiday Cottages - Matlock


    At Croft Farm there are three high quality barn conversions set around a peaceful courtyard which have been tastefully converted to provide superb facilities, yet each retaining character and features of the original buildings.  The three barn conversions," The Farriers "accommodating 5 with its refurbished family bedroom.  "Trail View" sleeping 4 which has a glorious view from its own private patio up to the High Peak Trail and "The Coach House" which is designed just for 2 with its fabulous picture window.

    The hamlet of Pikehall is set in miles of tranquill and glorious countryside and lies in the southern half of the Peak District. It is only a 20 minute drive from the market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell, and Matlock. Its an ideal base to visit Chatsworth House, Dovedale and Carsington Water. . With own our private access to the High Peak Trail you can walk or cycle and leave your car parked up all week. Cycle storage on site too!

    Ideal venue for family gatherings, but also the advantage of having your own privacy. Superb accommodation for individual families too. Each property has a paved patio area to the rear. The Farriers is on a dual level with The Coach House and Trail View all on one level.

    Attractive, spacious self catering accommodation, furnished to high standard. All properties have well equipped dining kitchens and lounges with feature beamed fireplaces . Trail View and The Coach House have real log burners and The Farriers has a new splendid electric log fire .

    * The perfect place to cycle, walk and explore the Peak District

    * Easy car-free access directly onto the High Peak Trail

    * Single couples, families, groups all welcome

    * Outside patios and seating areas

    * On site cycle storage and bike wash area

    Short breaks available

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